July 1998 by Chuck Walsh In a scene that could have taken place 150 years earlier, a canal boat travels the Morris Canal at Waterloo Village in this July 1998 photo. This section of the canal is one of the few remaining watered sections of the once hundred-mile long route. Note the mule pulling the boat from the canal`s towpat
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[SEPTA Market–Frankford Line station]
Three SEPTA surface routes serve Girard station, most notably Route 15, the historic Girard Avenue Trolley. Bus routes 5 and 25 also connect with Girard station, although the latter can be found three blocks to the east. ...
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- United States financier (born in France) who helped finance the War of 1812 (1750-1831)
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A., Swiss-born U.S. Surgeon, 1841-1914. ... See: Girard's reagent. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Girard (jirärd') , city (1990 pop. 11,304), Trumbull co., NE Ohio, adjacent to Youngstown, on the Mahoning River; settled c.1800, inc. 1891. Its ironworks date from 1866. Chief manufactures include plastic and metal products and chemicals.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: ji-rahr′ Definitions: 1. Alfred C., Swiss-born U.S. surgeon, 1841-1914. See: Girard reagent
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[SEPTA Market-Frankford Line station]
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[SEPTA Broad Street Line station]
Girard station is the 10th busiest station on the Broad Street Subway line, with 7,500 passengers a day. ...
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