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RMJRing Missionarischer Jugendbewegungen (German: Ring Missionary Youth Movements; est. 1974)
RMJRichard Mentor Johnson (ninth Vice President of the United States)
RMJRocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics (Tempe, AZ)
RMJRadio des Meilleurs Jours (French radio station)
RMJRéseau Mennaisien Jeunes (French: Mennaisien Youth Network)
RMJR. Marshall Jones, Inc. (est. 1992; West Palm Beach, FL)
RMJRailway and Modellers Junction (UK)
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Home to Choctaw Academy, the first Indian school run (more or less) by the US government, and to Richard Mentor Johnson, the famous Indian fighter and Vice President, Great Crossings was a well-named meeting point of nations and races, laws and customs, dreams and nightmares.
Cashin's account of Richard Mentor Johnson's misadventures and predations were especially fascinating.
Written in support of Kentuckian senator Richard Mentor Johnson, the purported slayer of Tecumseh, the piece was published and revived on the stage for the Election of 1836 in which Johnson served as Martin Van Buren's running mate.