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  2. Warren Wilson College - Wikipedia

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    Warren Wilson College (WWC) is a private liberal arts college in Swannanoa, North Carolina.It is known for its curriculum that combines academics, work, and service as every student must complete a requisite course of study, work an on-campus job, and perform community service.

  3. 2020 United States presidential election in Arizona - Wikipedia

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    On September 9, 2019, the Arizona Republican Party became one of several state Republican parties to officially cancel their respective primaries and caucuses. Donald Trump's re-election campaign and GOP officials have cited the fact that Republicans canceled several state primaries when George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush sought a second term in 1992 and 2004, respectively; and Democrats ...

  4. West Trenton Line (SEPTA) - Wikipedia

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    The West Trenton Line is a SEPTA Regional Rail line connecting Center City Philadelphia to the West Trenton section of Ewing Township, New Jersey.With around 12,000 riders every weekday, it is the third busiest line in the SEPTA Regional Rail network.

  5. Cross Timbers - Wikipedia

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    A much wider band than the Eastern Cross Timbers, the Western Cross Timbers band extends from far southern Oklahoma, including parts of Love and Carter counties, into central Texas, where it covers large parts of Montague, Young, Jack, Wise, Stephens, Palo Pinto, Parker, Eastland, Erath, Brown, San Saba, and Mills counties, as well as smaller parts of Clay, Cooke, Callahan, Hood, Coleman, and ...

  6. Morehouse College - Wikipedia

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    The largest men's liberal arts college in the U.S., Morehouse has been home to 11 Fulbright Scholars, five Rhodes Scholars, and five Marshall Scholars, and is the alma mater of many African-American civil rights leaders, including Martin Luther King Jr. and Julian Bond, World Series MVP Donn Clendenon as well as entertainment icons Spike Lee ...

  7. Montgomery, Alabama - Wikipedia

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    Following their defeat by General Andrew Jackson in August 1814, the Creek tribes were forced to cede 23 million acres to the United States, including remaining land in today's Georgia and most of today's central and southern Alabama. In 1816, the Mississippi Territory (1798–1817) organized Montgomery County.

  8. Holland Tunnel - Wikipedia

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    The Holland Tunnel is a vehicular tunnel under the Hudson River that connects the New York City neighborhood of SoHo in Lower Manhattan to the east with Jersey City in New Jersey to the west.

  9. Benjamin Banneker - Wikipedia

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    Benjamin Banneker was born on November 9, 1731, in Baltimore County, Maryland, to Mary Banneky, a free black woman, and Robert, a freed slave from Guinea who died in 1759. There are two conflicting accounts of Banneker's family history. Banneker himself and his earliest biographers described him as having only African ancestry.