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  • An industrial port city in northwestern Indiana, on Lake Michigan, southeast of Chicago in Illinois; pop. 83,048

  • The Hammond Station is a commuter rail station in Hammond, Indiana that serves the South Shore Line north to Millennium Station and east to East Chicago, Gary, Michigan City, and South Bend, Indiana.

  • The English surname, or family name, Hammond is derived from one of several personal names, most frequently *the Norman Hamo/Hamon, a shortened form of one of several names beginning with haim, meaning "home" *the Old Norse Hamundr, composed of Ha (high) + Mund (protection)

  • Hammond is the largest city in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 20,037 at the 2009 census. It is home to Southeastern Louisiana University. The city was the home base for production of the first season of the NBC television series In the Heat of the Night.

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Hammond Organ Complete

Hammond Organ Complete

The secret to creating funky sizzles and classic Hammond sounds is mastering the combined use of the drawbars, expression pedal, and the Leslie speaker speed switch. Sound intimidating? It doesn't have to be! This hands-on guide takes you step-by-step through the techniques of playing the drawbar organ, one skill at a time. You'll learn to: play gospel, R&B, jazz, blues, funk and rock; achieve fantastic special effects; understand all the parts of the organ and how to use them; and much more. The accompanying CD includes 21 exercises, plus performance demos of 8 songs, with minus-organ versions so you can jam along! "A fantastic introduction to all aspects of playing the B3 organ. Definitely worth checking out." - John Medeski

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Hammond Transit System bus

Hammond Transit System bus

Hammond Transit System was created in 1977 to replace a streetcar successor bus system that went out of business several years earlier. It was run by Hammond city government. But, like all Indiana bus systems (and just about every public transit system in United States) it ran into financial trouble. After the service cuts failed to stem the decline, the mayor of Hammond decided to turn the system over to the recently formed Northwest Indiana Regional Bus Authority. The RBA assumed control in January 1, 2010. This marked the first time any Indiana bus system was voluntarily turned over to a regional transportation authority. It also marked the first time RBA actually had control of any buses - until the beginning of 2010, the closest it got was the express routes it co-ran with Gary's bus system.

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#1-Catalina Rubio, Veronica Alamo, Libby Patterson, Christina Rubio, Elizabeth Kim, Sarabeth Bukowski, Claire Chewning, and Sophia Hammond of Roanoke City (L-R)

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The Power and the Glory: A Novel (Historical Nautical Fiction)

This third novel in William C. Hammond's nautical fiction series is set in the late 1790s during the Quasi-War with France and offers readers a thrilling look at the new American Navy during the Age of Fighting Sail. Following in the wake of his previous novels, A Matter of Honor and For Love of Country, it features the adventures of the seafaring Cutler family of Hingham, Massachusetts, and an ever-expanding cast of characters some real, some fictional that includes Lt. Richard Cutler along with Capt. Thomas Truxtun, Capt. Silas Talbot, and other naval heroes personifying the best of American honor and courage as they confront French pirates off the coast of Nantucket and heavily armed French frigates in the Caribbean.

Hammond packs his book with electrifying sea battles and daring challenges to French colonial rule in Haiti and the West Indies. He also offers fascinating glimpses into everyday life of the era, from the bedroom of the Cutler clapboard home in Hingham, to the family's sugar cane plantation in Barbados, to Adm. Sir Hyde Parker's flagship in Jamaica. And at the center of all the excitement, passion and intrigue are two of the finest frigates ever constructed, USS Constellation and her sister ship, USS Constitution. Lauded for his careful research, attention to detail, and thorough knowledge of the ways of the sea, Hammond brings history alive while telling a rollicking good tale.

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