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  2. History of Long Island - Wikipedia

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    Trolleys also brought workers from other parts of western Queens to Long Island City jobs. The Long Island Rail Road was begun as a combined ferry-rail route to Boston via Greenport . The predecessor to the Long Island Rail Road began service in 1836 from the ferry terminal (to Manhattan) through Brooklyn to Jamaica in Queens, and completed the ...

  3. Sunset Park, Brooklyn - Wikipedia

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    Other NRHP listings include the Ninth Avenue station, the Alku and Alku Toinen buildings, and the Fourth Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church. Additionally, within the portion of Greenwood Heights that overlaps with Sunset Park, the entirety of Green-Wood Cemetery is a National Historic Landmark , and the Storehouse No. 2, U.S. Navy Fleet Supply ...

  4. Cranbury, New Jersey - Wikipedia

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    Melanie Balcomb (born 1962), head coach of the Vanderbilt Commodores women's basketball team. Todd Beamer (1968–2001), passenger aboard United Airlines Flight 93, who said "Let's roll" to fellow passengers with whom he was planning an attack on terrorists who had taken over the cockpit.

  5. Camden County, Georgia - Wikipedia

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    The company was sold to Durango Paper Co. in 1999, and went out of business in 2002, resulting in 900 workers losing their jobs. In 1965, Thiokol Chemical On February 3, 1971, a fire and explosion occurred at the plant, located 12 miles southeast of Woodbine. The industrial accident killed 29 workers and seriously injured 50 others.

  6. Punahou School - Wikipedia

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    Punahou School (known as Oahu College until 1934) is a private, co-educational, college preparatory school in Honolulu, Hawaii.More than 3,700 students attend the school from kindergarten through 12th grade.

  7. Williamsburg, Brooklyn - Wikipedia

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    Williamsburg and Greenpoint are served by a monthly galleries listings magazine, wagmag. In September 2000, 11211 Magazine , created by writer Breuk Iversen , [103] launched a four color glossy circulating 10,000 copies in Brooklyn and Manhattan, intent on promoting the area from a design firm in Manhattan.

  8. Michigan - Wikipedia

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    The state's leading research institutions include the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Wayne State University, which are important partners in the state's economy and the state's University Research Corridor. Michigan's public universities attract more than $1.5 B in research and development grants each year.

  9. Rockefeller Center - Wikipedia

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    Rockefeller Center is a large complex consisting of 19 commercial buildings covering 22 acres (89,000 m 2) between 48th Street and 51st Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York City.