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(from the article `Shreve, Henry Miller`) ...the first steamboat to ascend the Mississippi and Ohio to Louisville, Ky. Shreve, however, saw the need for an entirely new design for river ...
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Booker Taliaferro Washington noun United States educator who was born a slave but became educated and founded a college at Tuskegee in Alabama (1856-1915)
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George Washington noun 1st President of the United States; commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolution (1732-1799)
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(UK) Town in Tyne and Wear, northeast England, 8 km/5 mi southeast of Newcastle upon Tyne, on the River Wear, designated a new town in 1964; population (2001) 55,450. Industries include electronics, car assembly, and the manufacture of textiles, chemicals, and electrical goods. Beamish...
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(USA) State in northwestern USA, bordered to the east by Idaho, to the south by Oregon, to the north by British Columbia, Canada, and to the west by the Pacific Ocean; area 172,348 sq km/66,544 sq mi; population (2000) 5,8...
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[1837] Washington was a revenue cutter that served in the United States Revenue Cutter Service and in the United States Navy. She discovered, boarded and captured Amistad after the slaves onboard had seized control of that schooner in an 1839 mutiny. ==Service history== Washington was the second cutter of that name to serve the Navy, and wa...
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[CTA Blue Line station] ==History== Washington opened on February 25, 1951, as part of the new Milwaukee-Dearborn subway, the second of a planned series of subways to be constructed in Chicago. The station was entirely renovated from 1982 to 1984. As constructed, the station had two stairways to a lower level pedestrian transfer tunnel to t...
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[CTA Red Line station] Chicago, Illinois 60602 ==Station layout== ==History== ===Structure=== The platform at Washington/State is part of a long continuous platform beneath State Street which runs from the Jackson station to the Lake station, spanning nearly seven blocks, making it the United States` longest continuous passenger platform. T...
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[LACMTA station] The photo was taken maybe three years ago by Matt Hunt, the father of one of the kids at a junior tournament. It appeared on the English Chess Federation website. ...
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[Los Angeles Metro station] Washington is a station on the Los Angeles County Metro Blue Line. It has an island platform in the center median of Long Beach Avenue near the intersection of Washington Boulevard in the city of Los Angeles, California. At this station, the Blue Line changes from the roughly northwest-to-southeast direction down...
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[Louisiana] Overview of the Delaunay Tessellation Field Estimator (DTFE) reconstruction procedure. Given a point distribution (top left), one has to construct its corresponding Delaunay tessellation (top right), estimate the density at the position of the sampling points by taking the inverse of the area of their surrounding contiguous Voro...
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[name] Washington /ˈwɒʃɪŋtən/ is a male given name and a surname. It most frequently refers to George Washington (1732–1799), the first President of the United States of America. ==Origin and dissemination== The name itself is a name of origin and refers to place names in England, such as Washington, Tyne and Wear, from which the an...
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[state] Washington ən is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States located north of Oregon, west of Idaho, and south of the Canadian province of British Columbia on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Named after George Washington, the first President of the United States, the state was made out of the western part of the Wa...
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[steamboat 1851] Washington was one of the first steamboats to operate in the states of California and Oregon. == Operations in California == Washington operated in California on the Sacramento River. The vessel was purchased in California in 1851 by pioneer steamboat captain Alexander Sinclair Murray (26 November 1927 – 26 November 1914)...
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city and capital of the United States of America. The city is coextensive with the District of Columbia and is located at the head of navigation of ... [67 related articles]
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city, seat (1781) of Washington county, southwestern Pennsylvania, U.S. It lies 28 miles (45 km) southwest of Pittsburgh.
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city, seat (1805) of Wilkes county, northeastern Georgia, U.S., roughly halfway between Athens and Augusta. First settled by the Stephen Heard family ...
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city, seat of Beaufort county, eastern North Carolina, U.S., along the Pamlico-Tar estuary just east of Greenville. Founded by Colonel James Bonner ...
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constituent state of the United States of America. Lying at the northwest corner of the 48 coterminous states, it is bounded by the Canadian province ... [13 related articles]
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county, central Vermont, U.S. It comprises a piedmont region in the east that rises up into the Green Mountains in the west. The Winooski River rises ...
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county, eastern Maine, U.S., bordered to the east by New Brunswick, Can. (the Chiputneticook Lakes, the St. Croix River, and Passamaquoddy Bay ...
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county, eastern New York state, U.S. It is bordered by Lake George to the northwest, Vermont to the northeast and east (Lake Champlain and the ...
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county, northern Maryland, U.S., bounded by Pennsylvania to the north and the Potomac River (which constitutes the border with Virginia and West ...
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county, southwestern Pennsylvania, U.S., bordered by West Virginia to the west, Enlow Fork and Tenmile Creek to the south, and the Monongahela River ...
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county, southwestern Rhode Island, U.S. It is bordered by Connecticut to the west, Narragansett Bay to the east, and Block Island Sound to the south ...
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