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  • 4614 − Bering Land Bridge National Monument Proclamation 4615 − Cape Krusenstern National Monument Proclamation 4616 − Denali National Monument Proclamation
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  • of Capitol Reef National Monument in 1938 (Proclamation No. 2246, 50 Stat. 1856). The monument holds many arches and natural bridges, including the 130-foot-high
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  • work) 1899 external link Nature's Calendar (1900) external link A national monument to Laura Secord, 1901 (short work) external link Wild Life of Orchard
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  • modified use so as to protect the natural environment of the area designated as the Rainbow Bridge National Monument. So stated, the issue is a classic
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 80 June 1912  (1912)  The National Parks from the Scientific and Educational Side By Laurence F. Schmeckebier 1542674Popular
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  • 6. Roads and bridges and ferries thereon within the Province, other than - (a) national highways ; (b) bridges and ferries on national highways. 7. Social
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  • suspension-bridge, which has a span of 1010 ft., and a steel bridge, and from the island across the back river channel there are two bridges to the Ohio
    314 bytes (808 words) - 21:18, 16 November 2015
  • that there are hereby set apart and reserved as the Bering Land Bridge National Monument all lands, including submerged lands, and waters owned or controlled
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  • impounded in Lake Powell from spreading into any part of Rainbow Bridge National Monument. The plaintiffs are Friends of the Earth, a nonprofit membership
    39 KB (6,582 words) - 13:56, 12 May 2013
  • Confederate Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument. This elevation also commands a good view of the James and its islands and bridges. In Chimborazo Park (20 acres)
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  • preservation of natural landscape. France has its "Société pour la protection des paysages;" Germany talks of “Natur-Denkmäler," or natural monuments, and classes
    597 bytes (8,784 words) - 13:10, 20 February 2013
  • 1802, and ridiculed as illogical. In 1790 Nares assisted in completing Bridges' ‘History of Northamptonshire.’ In 1798, in conjunction with W. Tooke and
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  • Confederate Soldiers monument surrounded by the graves of 2000 Confederate soldiers, and a little to the north of the city is a National Cemetery in which
    350 bytes (1,655 words) - 22:40, 8 October 2015
  •  (1883)  The Great Bridge and its Lessons By Abram Stevens Hewitt 639093Popular Science Monthly Volume 23 July 1883 — The Great Bridge and its Lessons
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  • Androscoggin river, opposite Auburn, with which it is connected by four steel bridges, and about 36 m. N.E. of Portland. Pop. (1900) 23,761, of whom 9316 were
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  • Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 19 Flaxman, John by Sidney Colvin 624264Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 19
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  • Naron Nashville Nation, Carrie National Guard (See Militia.) National Military Home Natoma Natural Bridge Natural Gas Natural History Society (See Academy
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  • Proclamation 7293 (category National Park Week)
    our national parks the story of our continent, from the Grand Canyon's geologic formations to the ancient bones resting at Dinosaur National Monument. The
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  • Inverary. Forty stone bridges were also built by Wade's ‘highwaymen,’ as he facetiously termed his working soldiers. Of these bridges, the most worthy of
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  • town. The two banks of the Danube are united by six bridges, including two fine suspension bridges; the first of them, generally known as the Ketten-Brücke
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