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  • 1817. In 1849 it was made the state capital, remaining so until 1862, when Shreveport became the Confederate state capital. In 1864 the Unionists made New
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  • Colorado, Wyoming and Eastern railroads; 58 miles N. W. of Cheyenne, the State capital. It is the trade center for a large stock-raising and mining section;
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  • 1898239Collier's New Encyclopedia — Guthrie GUTHRIE (guth′ri), a city, until 1911 State capital of Oklahoma, and county-seat of Logan co.; on the Cottonwood river and
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  • wheelbarrows, knit goods, carriages and wagons. It was settled in 1847, and at the same time made state capital, and became a city in 1859. Population 31,229.
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  • county-seat of Albany County, Wyo., 50 miles northwest of Cheyenne, the State capital; on the Big Laramie River, and on the Union Pacific Railroad (Map: Wyoming
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  • Seaboard Air Line railroads; 106 miles W. by N. W. of Columbia, the State capital. It is in a rich, cotton-growing region; is noted for its fine climate
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  • of The American: I have often wondered why the State flag of Tennessee is not displayed from the Capital, especially when the General Assembly is in session
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  • (R. C.), many churches and McIntire Home for Children. Zanesville was settled in 1799, and was the state capital from 1810 to 1812. Population 28,026.
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  • (Oregon) SALEM, a city and the county seat of Marion co., Oregon, capital of the state, beautifully situated on the E. bank of the Willamette river, and
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  • Montpelier MONTPELIER, a city, county-seat of Washington co., and capital of the State of Vermont, on the Winooski river, and on the Wells River, the Central
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  • the state capital. The state legislature met here in 1851, 1852 and 1853. In 1871 Vallejo ranked third in population among the cities of the state, and
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  • (1914) — Columbus Columbus, the capital of Ohio, is situated on the Scioto River, a little south of the center of the state.  It is a city of broad streets
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  • Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroads; 34 miles W. of Springfield, the State capital. The city, which is popularly known as the "Athens of the West," is
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  • Chesapeake Bay. It was first settled in 1649 as Providence; it became the state capital in 1694; and in 1708 the town was renamed in honor of Queen Anne. In
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  • (1914) — Harrisburg Har'risburg the capital of Pennsylvania, was founded in 1785, and became the state capital in 1812. It is situated in the midst of
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  • chief articles of manufacture and trade. The population was 2538 in 1880. Settled in 1834, incorporated in 1853, Salem became the State capital in 1860.
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  • city and the county-seat of Licking County, Ohio, 33 miles east of the State capital, Columbus; at the junction of the forks of the Licking River, and on
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) — Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga., the capital of the state and county seat of Fulton County, through which county the Chattahoochee
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  • and Villa Nova. The residence of the bishop is Florianopolis, the capital of the state, situated on the western shore of Santa Catharina Island, with a
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  • Mexican Territory of Lower California (art. I). Phoenix is to be the state capital, subject to change by election on or after 31 Dec., 1925 (art. XX).
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