Avondale

[Birmingham] Avondale was a company town built around the Avondale Mills east of Birmingham, Alabama in Jefferson County. The town was incorporated on March 18, 1887. The city was annexed into Birmingham and is now divided into three separate neighborhoods, North Avondale, East Avondale and South Avondale. The first residents of the area we...
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Avondale

[Columbus, Georgia] Avondale is a neighborhood in south-central Columbus, Georgia located adjacent to and southeast of the Central Business District in Downtown. It has been a part of the federally recognized Columbus Historic Riverfront Industrial District since 1978. In recent years, the area has experienced an influx of residents and new...
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Avondale

[Westminster, Maryland] Avondale is a historic home located at Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland. It is a Georgian style, {frac|2|1|2}-story brick house, measuring approximately 45 feet long by {frac|18|1|2} feet deep, built about 1796. The house has a two-story wing measuring approximately 49 feet long by 13 feet deep. It features a Pa...
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Avondale

Avondale is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Avondale

city, Maricopa county, central Arizona, U.S. Originally a station of the Southern Pacific Railroad some 20 miles (30 km) west of Phoenix, Avondale is ...
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