Ripon

The city was originally known as Inhrypum and was founded by Saint Wilfrid during the time of Angle kingdom Northumbria, a period during which it enjoyed prominence in terms of religious importance in Great Britain. It was for a period under Viking control, although the city later suffered under the Normans. After a brief period of building projec...
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Ripon

[town] ], Rosendale, Waupun, Oakfield and [[Lamartine, Wisconsin|Seven-Mile-Creek [now Lamartine]]]). He was re-elected in 1848 for the second Assembly, which would meet from January 10 - April 2, 1849; but had by this time switched his allegiance to the newly organized Free Soil Party. He was succeeded in 1850 by Whig Bertine Pinkney. In 18...
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Ripon

cathedral city, Harrogate borough, administrative county of North Yorkshire, historic county of Yorkshire, England. It lies in the upper valley of ...
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Ripon

City and market centre in North Yorkshire, northern England, on the River Ure; population (2001) 15,950. Agricultural produce is traded here. Features include a cathedral (1154–1520), and nearby are the 12th-century ruins of Fountains Abbey, among the finest monastic ruins in Europe
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Ripon

city, Fond du Lac county, east-central Wisconsin, U.S. It lies 20 miles (30 km) west of Fond du Lac and 80 miles (130 km) northwest of Milwaukee. In ...
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