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Lyman Stewart (July 22, 1840 – September 28, 1923) was a U.S. businessman and co-founder of Union Oil, which eventually became Unocal. Stewart was also  ...

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Lyman Stewart had for a number of years envisioned a literary project utilizing mass distribution to help stem the tide of modernism. Having successfully ...

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By 1920, Lyman Stewart ruled over twin empires of oil and religion. The company he founded in 1884, Union Oil of California, had grown from seven dry wells ...

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An analysis of Lyman Stewart, California oilman and patron of early American ... BY 1920, Lyman Stewart ruled over twin empires of oil and religion. The.

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Prior to starting the Hardison and Stewart Oil Company, the entity that later became Union Oil, Stewart engaged in several unsuccessful business ventures in the ...

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Conceived at a time when evangelical Christians were faced with Darwin's theory of human origins and other challenges to the Bible's authority, Lyman Stewart, ...

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From 1910 to 1916 they were distributed free of charge, primarily to churches in the United States, due to a grant from Milton and Lyman Stewart of Union Oil ...

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Background. Stewart, William Lyman was born in 1868 in Titusville, Pennsylvania , United States. Son of Lyman and Sarah Adelaide (Burrows) Stewart.

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Mary Stewart's husband, Milton, and his brother Lyman Stewart became caught up in the 1850's search for Black Gold. Their early ventures in the East led them ...