Sandy Hill

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Paterson, New Jersey - Neighborhoods
... Road -South Paterson -Lakeview -Near Eastside -Manor Section -Eastside Park Historic District -Sandy Hill -People's Park -Riverside -Downtown --The Central Business District --The Old Dublin District --Little Italy -Wri ... Sandy Hill is a neighborhood in the Eastside located roughly west of Madison Avenue, north of 21st Avenue, south of Park Avenue and east of Straight Street ... The Sandy Hill section of Paterson is located in the city's 5th Ward ...
William Washington - Post American Revolution
... On April 21, 1782, Washington married Jane Elliott of Sandy Hill, South Carolina ... the war, the married couple settled near Charleston, South Carolina, on Sandy Hill plantation—originally owned by Jane Elliott—with ownership of other ... He was buried at Live Oak, a plantation near Sandy Hill ...
Sandy Hill Minor Hockey Association
... The Sandy Hill Minor Hockey Association (SHMHA) is an important part of the Sandy Hill community and surrounding neighbourhoods ... It is the home association for all players whose official residence is within the areas of Sandy Hill, New Edinburgh, Lindenlea, Rockcliffe Park, Lower Town, or Old Ottawa East/Brantwood ...
Graduate Students' Association (University Of Ottawa) - Facilities
... The University's main campus lies within the neighbourhood of Sandy Hill ... The main campus is bordered to the north by the ByWard Market district, to the east by Sandy Hill's residential area and to the southwest and west by Nicholas Street, which runs adjacent to ... While Lees Campus is not adjacent to Sandy Hill, it is displayed as part of the main campus on school maps ...

Famous quotes containing the words hill and/or sandy:

    For now the moon with friendless light carouses
    On hill and housetop, street and marketplace,
    Men will plunge, mile after mile of men,
    To crush this lucent madness of the face....
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    Here is no water but only rock
    Rock and no water and the sandy road
    The road winding above among the mountains
    Which are mountains of rock without water
    If there were water we should stop and drink
    Amongst the rock one cannot stop or think
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)