Jamestown

[Erie Railroad station] The Jamestown Erie Railroad station, also known as the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad Station, is a historic train station located at Jamestown in Chautauqua County, New York. It was constructed in 1931-1932, for the Erie Railroad, as a replacement for a much older station. It passed on to successor Erie Lackawanna in 1960...
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Jamestown

[n] - a former village on the James River in Virginia north of Norfolk
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Jamestown

First permanent British settlement in North America, established by Captain John Smith in 1607. It was capital of Virginia from 1624-99. In...
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Jamestown

(from the article `United States`) ...was rural during the colonial period and for the first years of independence, cities were crucial elements in the settlement system from the ...
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Jamestown

city, Chautauqua county, southwestern New York, U.S. It lies at the south end of Chautauqua Lake, 70 miles (113 km) southwest of Buffalo. It was ...
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Jamestown

city, seat (1874) of Stutsman county, southeast-central North Dakota, U.S. It lies at the confluence of the James River and Pipestem Creek, halfway ...
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Jamestown

[Parliament of Ireland constituency] Jamestown was a constituency represented in the Irish House of Commons until 1800. It took its name from Jamestown, County Leitrim. ==History== In the Patriot Parliament of 1689 summoned by King James II, Jamestown was represented with two members. ==Members of Parliament, 1622–1801== ===1689–1801===...
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Jamestown

Jamestown, town, port, and capital (1998 pop. 864) of Saint Helena, in the S Atlantic. Once a busy coaling station on the East India route, it lost its importance after the opening of the Suez Canal, although it still supplies water to passing vessels.
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Jamestown

[ship] The Jamestown was a large sailing ship which was abandoned and ran aground near the Icelandic village of Hafnir on 26 June 1881. ==History== The keel was laid in Richmond, Maine. She was registered there in 1880 after having been first floated the year before. ==Abandonment== The Jamestown left Maine on the 10th of November, 1880, bo...
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