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  2. Rural King - Wikipedia

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    The Vandalia, Illinois, Rural King was opened in 1966 in an old building on U.S. Highway 40 East. A new Rural King was built in November 1973 on Van Tran Avenue, which has been renamed Veterans Avenue. An addition to that building was completed in 1983. In 1979, Gary Melvin, nephew of Kermit Speer, purchased an interest in Rural King.

  3. Gun laws in Ohio - Wikipedia

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    To purchase a long gun ( rifle or shotgun) in Ohio, a person must be at least 18 years of age, with some restrictions still remaining. To be able to qualify to purchase a handgun ( pistol or revolver) in Ohio, a person must be at least 21 years of age. [3] This applies to both private sales and those through a Federal Firearms Licensee.

  4. African-American history - Wikipedia

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    African-American history began with the arrival of Africans to North America in the 16th and 17th centuries. Former Spanish slaves who had been freed by Francis Drake arrived aboard the Golden Hind at New Albion in California in 1579. [1] The European colonization of the Americas, and the resulting transatlantic slave trade, led to a large ...

  5. Gun laws in Virginia - Wikipedia

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    No. No. § 18.2-308.8. § 18.2-308.5. § 18.2-295. Fully automatic firearms (machine guns) must be registered with the state police. Plastic firearms and some destructive devices (such as the striker 12 shotgun) are prohibited outside law enforcement. SBS, SBR, AOWs, and suppressors are legal with NFA paperwork.

  6. Fédon's rebellion - Wikipedia

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    Late 18th-century Grenada was a 120 square miles (310 km 2) island in the western Caribbean, with a population of 1,661 whites, 415 free coloured and 26,211 slaves. Geographically it is characterised by mountains, dense forests and steep ravines. Originally colonised by France, it was formally ceded it to Britain by the Treaty of Paris in 1763.

  7. Mary Jane Fonder - Wikipedia

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    Country. United States. State (s) Pennsylvania. Mary Jane Fonder (July 5, 1942 – June 4, 2018) was an American criminal who murdered Rhonda Smith, a fellow congregant, inside their church in Bucks County, Pennsylvania in 2008. Fonder had also been the prime suspect in the possible homicide of her father, Edward Fonder III, who disappeared in ...