Fulton

(from the article `Fulton, Robert`) ...the English blockade the same year, he insisted that a mobile floating gun platform be built—the world`s first steam warship—to protect New York ... ...the early 1800s, suitable for operation on inland and coastal water-ways. The earliest steam warship was the Demologos of the U.S. Navy (...
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Fulton

[Amtrak station] This is an unstaffed station; there is no agent and no assistance. The station is listed as a flag stop in Amtrak`s systemwide timetable. ==Route details== The tracks used were once part of the Illinois Central Railroad system, and are now owned by the CN. ...
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Fulton

city, seat (1825) of Callaway county, central Missouri, U.S. It lies 26 miles (42 km) northeast of Jefferson City. Laid out in 1825 and named Volney, ... [1 related articles]
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Fulton

county, east-central New York state, U.S. The northern half of the county lies in the Adirondack Mountains, is occupied by Adirondack Park, and ...
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Fulton

county, southern Pennsylvania, U.S., bordered to the east by Tuscarora Mountain, to the south by Maryland, and to the west by the Rays and Town ...
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Fulton

Fulton, city (1990 pop. 10,033), seat of Callaway co., central Mo., in an agricultural and farm area; inc. 1859. It has printing plants and factories that make food products, textiles, and industrial equipment. Firebricks from nearby clay beds are also produced. During the Civil War the county seced...
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Fulton

[n] - American inventor who designed the first commercially successful steamboat and the first steam warship (1765-1815)
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