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  1. Camel's Hump - Wikipedia

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    May 18, 2020 · Highest point; Elevation: 4,083 ft (1,244 m) Prominence: 1,860 ft (570 m) Listing: New England 4,000-footers New England Fifty Finest #46: Coordinates

  2. Taconic Mountains - Wikipedia

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    1 day ago · Other notable summits include Grass Mountain 3,109 feet (948 m), a New England Fifty Finest list mountain; and Mount Aeolus 3,230 feet (980 m), the location of several defunct limestone quarries and the site of Aeolus Cave an important bat hibernaculum. Designated hiking trails are located on Mount Equinox, Dorset Mountain, and Mount Aeolus, and several other peaks within the region.

  3. Finast - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · Finast was based in Somerville, Massachusetts. When the chain was purchased by Pick-N-Pay Supermarkets of Ohio in 1978, headquarters for the New England region were moved to the Windsor Locks, Connecticut distribution center while corporate headquarters were moved to Maple Heights, Ohio.

  4. History of New England - Wikipedia

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    May 11, 2020 · The Founding of New England (1921) online edition; Revolutionary New England, 1691–1776 (1923); New England in the Republic, 1776–1850 (1926) Andrews, Charles M. The Fathers of New England: A Chronicle of the Puritan Commonwealths (1919), short survey.

  5. Mount Washington (New Hampshire) - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · Mount Washington has been the subject of several famous paintings, part of a New England school of art known as White Mountain art. Inspired by the Hudson River School of landscape painting , a number of artists during the Victorian era ventured into the White Mountains in search of natural subjects. [61]

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  7. Mount Katahdin - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · Mount Katahdin (/ k ə ˈ t ɑː d ɪ n / kə-TAH-din) is the highest mountain in the U.S. state of Maine at 5,267 feet (1,605 m). Named Katahdin by the Penobscot Native Americans , which means "The Greatest Mountain", [3] it is located within Northeast Piscataquis , Piscataquis County , and is the centerpiece of Baxter State Park .

    • 5,267 ft (1,605 m)  NAVD 88
    • USGS Mount Katahdin
  8. List of United States governors - Simple English Wikipedia ...

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    Party control of Governors' offices after December 10, 2019. Democrat Governor Republican Governor. The following is a list of the current governors of the states and territories of the United States. As of 2020 there are 26 Republicans and 24 Democrats holding the office of governor in the states. There are 4 Democrats and 1 Republican (one is ...

  9. The Finest Hours (2016 film) - Wikipedia

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    6 days ago · The Finest Hours grossed $27.6 million in North America and $24.5 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $52.1 million. The film was released in North America on January 29, 2016, alongside Kung Fu Panda 3, Fifty Shades of Black, and Jane Got a Gun. The film was projected to gross $10–13 million from 3,143 theaters in its ...

    • Jim Whitaker, Dorothy Aufiero
    • January 25, 2016 (TCL Chinese Theatre), January 29, 2016 (United States)
  10. ニューイングランド - Wikipedia

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    May 08, 2020 · ニューイングランド(New England)は、アメリカ合衆国北東部の6州(北から南へメイン州、ニューハンプシャー州、バーモント州、マサチューセッツ州、ロードアイランド州、コネチカット州)を合わせた地方である。

  11. The Finest Hours (1964 film) - Wikipedia

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    May 17, 2020 · The Finest Hours (1964 film) The Finest Hours. (1964 film) For the dramatization of daring rescue attempts off New England in 1952, see The Finest Hours (2016 film). The Finest Hours is a 1964 British documentary film about Winston Churchill, directed by Peter Baylis.

    • Peter Baylis
    • 29 September 1964 (United Kingdom), 10 November 1964 (United States)
    • Le Vien International
    • Jack Levin