Definitions for "George Mitchell"
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George Mitchell, (27 February, 1917-August, 2002) was a Scottish musician, best known for having devised the long-running Black and White Minstrel Show.
George Mitchell (1 April 1867 - 4 July 1937) served as Prime Minister of Southern Rhodesia from July to September 1933. Born in the United Kingdom, he emigrated to South Africa in 1889, and moved to Matabeleland six years later to work as the manager of the Bank of Africa branch in Bulawayo. In 1901 he left the bank to become General Manager of the Rhodesia Exploration and Development Company, which sought to build up property.