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Greensboro Volume II Neighborhoods

Gayle Hicks Fripp - History - 1998 - 128 pages
With 230 more intriguing scenes from Greensboro's past, Greensboro Volume II: Neighborhoods highlights the changing architecture of area homes, churches, and schools, and ...
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Kevin Reid - History - 2014 - 96 pages
Greensboro has reinvented itself in recent decades. By the time of its 1958 sesquicentennial, Greensboro was North Carolina’s second-largest city and the world’s largest ...
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Lynn Salsi - History - 2007 - 95 pages
Before the Civil War, diverse groups brought their skills to the wild back country and formed the first population of Greensboro amid forests and farmland. The rapid growth of ...
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Bonnie-Lynn Nadzeika - History - 2012 - 127 pages
The seat of Morris County, Morristown began as a small rural settlement centered around a common green. The small village soon earned its place in American history when George ...
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Don Rittner - History - 2007 - 95 pages
Founded by the Dutch Vanderheyden family in 1787, Troy is one of the most historic cities in the United States. It holds claim to being the birthplace of America's Industrial ...
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Ryan Wieber - History - 2008 - 96 pages
Otsego has a rich and storied past as one of the earliest settlements in southwest Michigan. Founded in 1831, its character has been shaped by a history filled with agriculture ...
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Rainier Valley

History - 2012 - 127 pages
Where could one find "Garlic Gulch," a stadium named Sick, an urban fireworks factory on a hill, a Japanese American botanical garden, and the largest stand of old-growth ...
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