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|November 13th 2019 11:39AM|
The NYS historical marker formerly found here said: Grave of St. Clair Pollock, kiled by fall over cliff, 1797. Plot deeded by uncle, George Pollock, ...
|November 13th 2019 3:01AM|
... musicians, horses, wagons, and a smaller canvas tent,â thelink extra North Carolina Highway Historical Marker System claims of the endeavor.
|November 13th 2019 2:28AM|
As noted on a state historical marker, the town derived its name from a thriving early salt industry. The first salt wells were drilled there in 1813, and the ...
|November 13th 2019 12:10AM|
... in a plain way, to set before them the duties and privileges of man,â Barnum wrote in his autobiography, according to the historical marker program.
|November 13th 2019 12:07AM|
... musicians, horses, wagons, and a small canvas tent,â thelink added North Carolina Highway Historical Marker Program says of the endeavor.