Glencoe

[Glencoe, Maryland] Glencoe is a historic home and resort complex located at Glencoe, Baltimore County, Maryland. It consists if a complex of Italianate-influenced domestic buildings and structures, clustered around a square, two-story frame dwelling. The house features a broad porch, which wraps around two sides with an iron-railed deck at...
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Glencoe

[Metra station] Like the Braeside Train Station, Glencoe is in close proximity to the Cook County Forest Preserves` Turnbull Woods, William N. Erickson Preserve, and the Chicago Botanic Garden. Unlike Braeside, Glencoe was built in a partial Romanesque-style for the Chicago and North Western Railway by architect Charles Sumner Frost in 1891...
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Glencoe

glen (valley) south of Fort William in the Highland council area of western Scotland. From a relatively low watershed and pass to Glen Etive at an ...
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Glencoe

Glencoe (glen'kō) , residential village (1990 pop. 8,499), Cook co., NE Ill., on Lake Michigan; inc. 1869. Glencoe is among the several scenic North Shore suburbs N of Chicago. It has light manufacturing.
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Glencoe

Glencoe (glenkō') , valley of the Coe River, Highland, W Scotland. It was the scene of the massacre of the Macdonald clan (Feb., 1692) by the Campbells, under the direction of John Campbell, 1st earl of Breadalbane, and John Dalrymple, 1st earl of Stair.
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Glencoe

Valley in the Highland unitary authority, Scotland, extending 16 km/10 mi east from Rannoch Moor to Loch Leven. The mountains rise steeply on either side to over 1,000 m/3,300 ft, and the River Coe flows through the valley. Thirty-eight members of the Macdonald clan were massacred in Glen...
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