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Homestead Country Club

Homestead Country Club

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History and Demographics for Prairie Village, Kansas:
Kansas was originally home to three Indian tribes; the Kansas, Pawnee, and Osage. The people of these tribes hunted buffalo and raised corn, beans, and squash.
In 1541, Spanish explorers lead by Francisco Coronado passed thr

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Barlow Street School

Barlow Street School

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St. Albans, Vermont
St. Albans the town and St. Albans the city are both located in northwestern Vermont in Franklin County. St. Albans, the town, is a small community of about 6,500 residents. The town completely surround the city of St. Albans, which is incorporated separately

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Harold Parker State Forest

Harold Parker State Forest

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Andover, Massachusetts
Andover is located in Essex County, Massachusetts. It was incorporated in 1646. Today, it has a population of about 31,000 residents.
Harold Parker State Forest
The Harold Parker State Forest is 20 miles north of Boston. It is 3,000 acres of forest. Ther

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Chase Home for Children

Chase Home for Children

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Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Portsmouth is a community of about 22,000 residents located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
Portsmouth functions as an historic seaport and popular summer destination.
Chase Home for Children Information:
The Chase Home for Children was founded

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Western Sugar Company | Western Sugar Cooperative

Western Sugar Company | Western Sugar Cooperative

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History:Lovell was named after Henry Lovell, a cattle rancher. It is a seemingly typical, small town of a little over 2,200 residents. About half of the population in Lovell attends the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, with a smaller percentage of residents attending

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Hot Springs Public Health

Hot Springs Public Health

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We visited this location in the middle of the night in April 2009.Thermopolis was founded in 1897. It’s name is of Greek derivation and is indicative of it’s hot springs. The name “Thermopolis” is thus related to the name of the Greek pass known as “Thermopylae” where Leo

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American Fork Canyon

American Fork Canyon

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American Fork, Utah
American Fork is located in Utah County, Utah at the foot of Mount Timpanogos in the Wasatch Range north of Utah Lake. The population of American Fork is approximately 25,000 residents.
American Fork Canyon Information:
There is a biking trail at Tibble For

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Vance Birthplace State Historic Site

Vance Birthplace State Historic Site

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Asheville, North Carolina
Vance Birthplace State Historic Site:
This location features the pioneer homestead of Zebulon Baird Vance. Little log buildings are tucked into the Reems Creek Valley near Weaversville, North Carolina. It’s located five miles from the Blue Ridge Parkwa

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Heart Mountain Relocation Center

Heart Mountain Relocation Center

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History:On December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was bombed. A little less than one year later on August 12, 1942, Japanese Americans were forced illegally to relocated from their homes on the West Coast to the Heart Mountain Relocation Center by the Federal Government. Tarpaper barrac

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Mears Junction

Mears Junction

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History:Mears Junction was named for either Otto Mears, who once had a toll road along this route, or it is named for Dave Mears who traveled with Lt.Marshall across the pass in 1873. There was once a water tank that provided service to the railroad at Mears Junction. The Mears J

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St. Benedict’s Monastery

St. Benedict’s Monastery

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Location:Located at 1012 Monastery Road near Denver, ColoradoHistory:St. Benedict’s is a small monastery where 15-18 monks live in Snowmass Colorado. It’s traditions are 900 years old, but the monastery itself is not that old.Haunting:People have reported seeing apparitions of mo

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Major Graham Mansion

Major Graham Mansion

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Max Meadows, Virginia
Max Meadows is located in Wythe County, Virginia in the southwestern part of the state. It is a small community of only about 500 residents.
Major Graham Mansion Information:
The Major Graham Mansion is 11,000 square feet.
Before the mansion was built, J

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Turkey Foot Creek Bridge | Precht Bridge

Turkey Foot Creek Bridge | Precht Bridge

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Shunk, Ohio
Shunk is an unincorporated community in Henry County, Ohio. It is in the northwestern quadrant of the state.
Turkey Foot Creek Bridge | Precht Bridge Information:
Turkey Foot Creek Bridge, also known as Precht Bridge is a six panel through pony truss bridge that, a

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Wind River Indian Reservation

Wind River Indian Reservation

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History:The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes. Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe is buried at Chief Wa

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The Andrew Jackson Hotel

The Andrew Jackson Hotel

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New Orleans, Louisiana

The Andrew Jackson Hotel History:

The Andrew Jackson Hotel is located in the heart of the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The Andrew Jackson Hotel is so named because it is located at the site of the courthouse wherein Major General Andre

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The Akron Civic Theatre

The Akron Civic Theatre

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Akron, Ohio
Akron is the fifth largest city in Ohio with about 200,000 residents and the county seat of Summit County. It is located in the Great Lakes region about 39 miles south of Lake Erie along the Little Cuyahoga River.
Akron was originally settled in 1825 as a strategic

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Mansion Nursing Home

Mansion Nursing Home

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Central Falls, Rhode Island
Central Falls is located in Providence County, Rhode Island. It is home to approximately 20,000 residents.
Mansion Nursing Home Information:
The Mansion Nursing Home is a 62 bed long term care facility located in Central Falls, Rhode Island.
Ghosts

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Vermont College

Vermont College

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Montpelier, Vermont
Montpelier is the capital of Vermont. It is located in Washington County. Montpelier is the smallest state capital in the United States with a population of only about 8,000 residents.
College Hall Chapel at Vermont College Information:
College Hall is loca

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Retreat Cemetery and Retreat Tower

Retreat Cemetery and Retreat Tower

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Brattleboro, Vermont
Brattleboro, originally spelled “Brattleborough” is located in Windham County, Vermont in the southeastern corner of the state near the New Hampshire/Vermont state line. Brattleboro is home to approximately 12,000 residents.
Brattleboro is the o

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