Ashtabula

[ferry] The Ashtabula was a ferry that traveled between Ashtabula, Ohio, on the south shore of Lake Erie, to Port Burwell, Ontario, on the north shore. She was built in 1906, at the Great Lakes Engineering Works, in St. Clair, Michigan. She sank in 1958, after colliding with the Ben Moreell. ...
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Ashtabula

[Pendleton, South Carolina] Ashtabula is a plantation house at 2725 Old Greenville Highway near Pendleton in Anderson County, South Carolina, USA. It has been also known as the Gibbes-Broyles-Latta-Pelzer House or some combination of one or more of these names. It was named in the National Register of Historic Places as a Historic District ...
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Ashtabula

[spider] Ashtabula is a genus of jumping spiders. ...
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Ashtabula

Ashtabula (ăsh"tubyOO'lu) , city (1990 pop. 21,633), Ashtabula co., NE Ohio, on Lake Erie at the mouth of the Ashtabula River; settled c.1801 by New Englanders, inc. as a village 1831, as a city 1891. It is a port of entry on the St. Lawrence Seaway, handling iron ore and coal. Ashtabu...
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Ashtabula

city, Ashtabula county, northeastern Ohio, U.S. It lies along Lake Erie, at the mouth of the Ashtabula River, about 54 miles (87 km) northeast of ...
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