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Homan (1884)

Homan (pronounced ) was an illegal Belarusian newspaper published from 1884 in Belarusian and Russian languages. It was printed in Minsk on a hectograph and promoted the idea of autonomy of Belarus.


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Homan (CTA Green Line station)

Homan was a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's Green Line. The station was located at Homan Avenue and Lake Street in the East Garfield Park neighborhood of Chicago. Homan was situated east of Pulaski and west of Kedzie. Homan opened in March 1894 and closed on January 9, 1994, when the entire Green Line closed for a renovation and rehabilitation project. The station did not reopen with the rest of the Green Line on May 12, 1996.

Homan (surname)

Homan is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Bálint Hóman (1885–1951), Hungarian politician
  • Conrad Homan (1840–1922), Union Army soldier during the American Civil War
  • Cornelius Homan
  • Dennis Homan
  • Ed Homan
  • Gertrude Thanhouser, née Homan
  • Jared Homan (1983), American basketball player
  • Johannes Linthorst Homan
  • Korie Homan (1986), Dutch tennis player
  • Rachel Homan (1989), Canadian curler
  • Ralph Homan, American politician and businessman
  • Ross Homan
  • William Homan