Shenandoah

[Amtrak train] The Shenandoah was a daily passenger train operated by Amtrak between Washington, D.C. and Cincinnati, Ohio. The Shenandoah shared the former Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) route with the Blue Ridge, which ran as far west as Martinsburg, West Virginia.{rp|315} The Shenandoah began operating on October 31, 1976. Connecting service to ...
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Shenandoah

Hillside Stream, river in the valley of Virginia.
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Shenandoah

(from the article `Hunsaker, Jerome C.`) ...tunnel. From 1916 to 1923 he was in charge of aircraft design for the U.S. Navy. In the spring of 1919, his NC4 seaplane made the first ...
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Shenandoah

[magazine] Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee Review is a major literary magazine published by Washington and Lee University. == History == Originally a student-run quarterly, Shenandoah has evolved into a triannual literary journal edited by author R. T. Smith. Shenandoah was founded in 1949 by a group of Washington and Lee University facu...
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Shenandoah

[Miami] Shenandoah is one of the first Neighborhoods in the City of Miami. It was established in 1919 by developers from Virginia, and hence the name. The modern borders of the neighborhood are Coral Way to the south, Calle Ocho to the north, SW 12th Ave to the east and SW 27th Ave to the west. Shenandoah is home to a large number of reviva...
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Shenandoah

[B&O train] The Shenandoah was an American named passenger train of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O), one of four daily B&O trains operating between New York City and Grand Central Station in Chicago, Illinois, via Washington, D.C. and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania during the 1930s–1950s. Other B&O trains of that period on the route were ...
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Shenandoah

Shenandoah, river: see Shenandoah valley.
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Shenandoah

Shenandoah, warship: see Confederate cruisers.
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Shenandoah

Shenandoah is a western starring James Stewart and Doug McLure in a story about a man who tries to keep his family out of the American Civil War, until his son-in-law joins the Confederate army. Shenandoah was directed by Andrew V McLaglen in 1965.
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Shenandoah

[schooner] The Shenandoah is a {convert|108|ft|m|0|sing=on} square topsail schooner that is operating as a cruise ship in the waters of Vineyard Haven Harbor, Martha`s Vineyard, Massachusetts. The Shenandoah is the only vessel of her size and rig, without an engine, operating within the United States of America. == History == Its design is ...
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Shenandoah

[beard] A Shenandoah is a style of facial hair or beard. The hair is grown full and long over the jaw and chin, meeting with the sideburns but lacking a moustache. Other names for this style are chin curtain, Donegal, Lincoln and spade beard. ...
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Shenandoah

[musical] Shenandoah is a musical that was written in 1974 with music by Gary Geld, lyrics by Peter Udell, and a book by Udell, Philip Rose and James Lee Barrett, based on Barrett`s original screenplay for the 1965 film Shenandoah. ==Productions== The musical first opened at the Goodspeed Opera House in 1974 and then transferred to Broadway...
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Shenandoah

Shenandoah is a word of Iroquoian origin, derived from the word `deer`. Shenandoah may also refer to the following: ==Places== ===United States=== ===New Zealand=== ==Transportation== ==Arts and media== ==People== ==Institutions== ==Other== ...
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