Chelsea

With Bow, one of the earliest porcelain factories in Britain, founded mid to late 1740s. Chelsea was the only 18thC English factory producing exclusively for the luxury porcelain market. Minor offshoots, including the so-called 'Girl in a Swing' workshop, an elusive establishment named after its most famous figure subject, obscure the early years o …...

Chelsea

[Delaware City, Delaware] Chelsea is a historic home located near Delaware City, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built in 1848, and is a three-story, three-bay square brick block with a low, almost flat, hipped roof surmounted by a widow`s walk. It is in a regional variation of the Italianate / Greek Revival style. It has a low one-stor...
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Chelsea

[magazine] Chelsea was a small American, twice-a-year literary magazine based in New York City. The influential journal, edited for many years by Sonia Raiziss, published poetry, prose, book reviews and translations with an emphasis on translations, art, and cross-cultural exchange. ==History== In 1958, The magazine was co-founded by Ursule...
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Chelsea

[MBTA station] Chelsea is a passenger rail station on the MBTA Commuter Rail Newburyport/Rockport Line, located near Bellingham Square slightly north of downtown Chelsea, Massachusetts. It is one of the more lightly-used stops on the line, with 179 daily boardings by a 2013 count; most residents commuting to downtown Boston use bus routes i...
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Chelsea

[name] Chelsea was first a place name of Old English origin, and the most common theory of its meaning is chalk landing place, Cealc-hyð = `chalk wharf`. The Synod of Chelsea at Chelchith in 787 is often identified with Chelsea, London; but the first firm record is of a manor at Chelsea just before the Norman conquest. Today this original ...
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Chelsea

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Chelsea

[West Point, Virginia] Chelsea is a historic home located near West Point, King William County, Virginia. It was built in 1709, and consists of a two-story, brick main block with a hipped roof and 1 1/2-story, gambrel roofed rear ell. In 1781, shortly before the Battle of Yorktown, Lafayette`s army camped at Chelsea, and the Marquis de Lafa...
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Chelsea

Chelsea is an English name for girls. The meaning is `harbour` The name Chelsea is most commonly given to Scottish girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Chalyse, Chalise, Shelisa See also: Chesleigh, Nelsey
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Chelsea

Chelsea, city (1990 pop. 28,710), Suffolk co., E Mass., an industrial suburb of Boston; settled 1624, inc. as a town 1739, as a city 1857. It has made printed goods, rubber, plastics, electrical machinery, shoes, and paint. Oil storage tanks line Chelsea Creek and the Mystic River. At the battle of ...
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Chelsea

Chelsea, England: see Kensington and Chelsea.
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Chelsea

city, Suffolk county, eastern Massachusetts, U.S. A northeastern suburb of Boston, it lies on the estuary of the Mystic River and is joined to ...
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chelsea

With Bow, one of the earliest porcelain factories in Britain, founded mid to late 1740s. Chelsea was the only 18thC English factory producing exclusively for the luxury porcelain market. Minor offshoots, including the so-called 'Girl in a Swing' workshop, an elusive establishment named after its most famous figure subject, obscure the early years ....
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