Black Brook - Towns


  • Black Brook, New York, in Clinton County
  • Black Brook, Wisconsin, in Polk County

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Kitamuro District, Mie - Timeline
... Kitamuro District was organized into one town and 9 villages April 1, 1889 (1 town, 9 villages) Town of Owase(尾鷲町)・Village of Kuki(九鬼村)(currently part of the City of. 1899 February 2  Hikimoto was elevated to town status (引本町).(2 towns, 10 villages) February 21  Nagashima was elevated to town status (長島町).(3 towns, 9 villages) November 3, 1928  Aiga was. 5 towns, 6 villages) 1954 June 20 The town of Owase and the villages of Kuki and Sugari, and the villages of Kitawauchi(北輪内村) and Minamiwauchi ...
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Beekman, New York - History
... The town had also been occupied by the Wappinger Indians, before the first European settlers arrived around 1710. 1788 was the initial period of establishing towns and counties in the newly independent state of New York, but parts were removed subsequently to form other towns ... Beekman contributed part of its territory to the newer Towns of La Grange (1821) and Union Vale (1827) ...
Upper Hunter Shire - Towns
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Famous quotes containing the word towns:

    What youth or maiden conspires with the wild luxuriant beauty of Nature? She flourishes most alone, far from the towns where they reside.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Here reign the simplicity and purity of a primitive age, and a health and hope far remote from towns and cities.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Let those talk of poverty and hard times who will in the towns and cities; cannot the emigrant who can pay his fare to New York or Boston pay five dollars more to get here ... and be as rich as he pleases, where land virtually costs nothing, and houses only the labor of building, and he may begin life as Adam did? If he will still remember the distinction of poor and rich, let him bespeak him a narrower house forthwith.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)