The cities below served either as the meeting place for colonial American congresses or as official capitals of the United States under the United States Constitution.The United States did not have a permanent capital under the Articles of Confederation; the cities listed below under the Congress of the Confederation are those where the Congress met.
French Azilum (Google Maps). From www.frenchazilum.com: At a point about ten miles below Towanda, Pennsylvania, between Wysox and Wyalusing, the Susquehanna River arches into a great horseshoe bend, half encircling a terrace of land that slopes backward into the western hills. This fertile...
10 Most Beautiful Small Towns in Nevada The state of Nevada has numerous small towns and big cities besides Las Vegas, yet Las Vegas is one of the only places that people consider to go when they think about visiting this state.
The Chinook Indian Nation consists of five Chinook speaking tribes who live near the mouth of the Columbia. The Clatsop live on the south shore of the Great River. The Lower Chinook live on the north shore at the river’s mouth. The Willapa Chinook live on the bay to the north. Assisted by the tide,Continue Reading A Lower Columbia Chinook Historical Timeline
3) New York, New York. This isn’t just a big city for adults, but a wonderland for kids. From winter ice-skating in Central Park to eating $1 pizza slices on 7 th Ave to the free Staten Island Ferry, there are plenty of low-cost attractions even in one of America’s more expensive cities.
Mar 19, 2015 · Distance: 25 miles Location: Along Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio Rivers Many of the central neighborhoods of Pittsburgh are connected by the Three Rivers Heritage Trail, a system of riverside paths reclaimed and restored over more than two decades by Friends of the Riverfront; it now enables you to fluidly travel throughout the city and access its three rivers.
note 1: despite having both eastern and western coastlines (Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean respectively), there are no natural harbors on the west coast note 2: Guatemala is one of the countries along the Ring of Fire, a belt of active volcanoes and earthquake epicenters bordering the Pacific Ocean; up to 90% of the world's earthquakes and some 75% of the world's volcanoes occur within the ...
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(1878) 5,200 Memphis residents died due to yellow fever epidemic (1894) Shiloh National Military Park created (1897) Tennessee Centennial Exposition held in Nashville to celebrate state's 100th birthday; 1900s (1900) Locomotive engineer, Casey Jones, died in train crash (1916) Chattanooga mechanic, Ernest Holmes, invented tow truck
Pennsylvania knows how to attract vacationing families, and Nockamixon State Park is no exception. This huge wilderness area boasts a 1,450-acre lake and a huge swimming pool complex with two slides. It’s close enough to Philly to make a day of it and far enough away to be an awesome extended vacation.