Proving grounds –Maryland –Aberdeen. Aberdeen Proving Ground Md. Abridged compendium of American genealogy: Virkus, Frederick Adams, ed. B2 B32 V. Court records –Maryland –Baltimore County. Abstracts of Carroll County newspapers, Registers of births, etc.
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Arrow icon The Pennsylvania Department of Health on Thursday announced the names of 27 companies that will be permitted to sell medical marijuana across the state next year, reaching another milestone in a program that could lead to cannabis being available by The announcement also set off another round of consternation about whether the cannabis dispensaries were being distributed fairly and put in places where they would serve the most patients.
The fourth is in Fishtown near the SugarHouse Casino. This is just asinine. Though 81 dispensaries are allowed by law, many applicants chose not to ask for additional outlets.
Abele, Paul “Smoke.” A four year varsity basketball letter winner playing for Duquesne University in the ‘s, he went on to coach at Johnstown Catholic, Meyersdale, Ligonier, and then for 21 years at Johnstown High School where his record was with eight District6 Class A Championships.
Iroquois people occasionally fought the Lenape. Surviving Lenape moved west into the upper Ohio River basin. In the s, the United States government sent most Lenape remaining in the eastern United States to the Indian Territory present-day Oklahoma and surrounding territory under the Indian removal policy. In the 21st century, most Lenape reside in Oklahoma , with some communities living also in Wisconsin , Ontario Canada , and in their traditional homelands.
Europeans came to the Delaware Valley in the early 17th century, with the first settlements founded by the Dutch, who in built Fort Nassau on the Delaware River opposite the Schuylkill River in what is now Brooklawn, New Jersey. In , Swedish settlers led by renegade Dutch established the colony of New Sweden at Fort Christina present-day Wilmington, Delaware and quickly spread out in the valley.
In , New Sweden supported the Susquehannocks in their military defeat of the English colony of Maryland.
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John Algoe of the 10th Michigan Infantry. He enlisted in the 10th October 21, and was discharged March 8, for wounds received at Jonesboro. Michigan State University has a letter from Alex. Campbell of the 10th where he writes about visiting Algoe in the hospital and describes the visit as such, “Allen and I went to see Lieut. Algoe who is here wounded. He had his right under jaw shot away by a minie ball. It has been a very painful wound but he is not nearly well and will probably be home in a month or so, poor fellow.
His Country owes him and other wounded heroes a debt she never can repay”. He enlisted in the 11th December, and was mustered out in September, as a Corporal. Tutewiler was wounded in action near Dallas, Ga. His full ID is pre-printed in gold ink on the reverse side. I have had other 11th images done the same way so there must have been a photographer that offered this service.
Bruce Ledewitz Federal Courts and the Pennsylvania Constitution No Pennsylvania statute establishes, and no Pennsylvania court has recognized, a private cause of action for damages under the Pennsylvania Constitution. The following recent court decisions illustrate how the federal courts view the actionability of violations of the Pennsylvania Constitution.
Pocono Mountain Charter School v. North Allegheny School Dist. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has often stated that Pennsylvania does not follow the federal rule of Article III case or controversy doctrine in defining standing. Observers may have assumed that Pennsylvania had its own constitutional rule of standing and justiciability.
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Previous page Laceyville Originally known as Braintrim see above and Skinner’s Eddy see below , the area for a couple centuries was a camping grounds for Indians of the Tuscarora tribe. When the Laceyville toll bridge was completed across the Susquehanna in , the fare was five cents for pedestrians and 25 cents for horses.
Lackawanna Means “the stream that forks,” and the fork in question is the confluence of the Lackawanna River with the northern branch of the Susquehanna. Lackawanna County was once part of Luzerne County, and the breakoff did not come easy. The first rumblings of secession were heard in the s, some 20 years after Bradford and Susquehanna counties had broken off, due mainly to the impracticalities, not to mention the social regression, of having to travel to Wilkes-Borough to transact official business.
When suggestions started floating about that another northern chunk of Luzerne County wanted to break off, the PTB powers-that-be of Wilkes-Borough became alarmed, so they developed a two-point scheme. One, they agreed to the breakoff and formation of Wyoming County, centered around Tunkhannock, throwing as it were a bone to folks clamoring for more self rule.
Wyoming County was viewed as offering relatively little in terms of financial value. Two, and this is the slimy part, Luzerne County decided to stack the deck: Prospects for the formation of a new county called Lackawanna must have seemed doomed. But a unique development occurred in as Pennsylvania established a new constitution:
It is with great sadness that we announce that our larger-than-life classmate, Barry Eby, passed away this afternoon, February Barry had been battling cancer and heart problems; still his death was unexpected. At Christmas, his brother Chris said he was doing well, but had an attack then and things started going down hill for him
IMMIGRATION A few Slovaks immigrated to the United States before the American Civil War but their numbers were small. Large-scale Slovak immigration to the United States began in the late s, steadily increased during the following two decades, and peaked in when 52, Slovaks entered.
It is bordered by Poland to the north, Hungary to the south, the Czech Republic to the west, and Ukraine to the east. Although a small country, with a land mass of 18, square miles, Slovakia’s topography varies widely. Its territory includes rugged mountains, dense forests, and low fertile plains. The vast Carpathian mountain range that stretches along Slovakia’s northern border also juts into central Slovakia.
In this central region the Tatras, which cap the Carpathian system, reach altitudes as high as 8, feet. The capital, Bratislava, is located in southwestern Slovakia on the Danube River. Slovakia’s population is 5, , Although the country is ethnically diverse, Slovaks are the overwhelming majority accounting for 4. The populace also includes approximately , The remaining population consists primarily of Czechs, Jews, and Carpatho-Rusyns.
The official language is Slovak.
Barrett F (Barry) Eby (Deceased), Mount Lebanon, PA Pennsylvania last lived in Pittsburgh, PA USA
The body was brought to Uniontown last night and removed to the Kaine home. Kaine married Miss Elizabeth Hopwood, youngest daughter of Mr. In addition to his widow, he is survived by one child, his mother and two sisters, Mrs. Raymond Green and Mrs.
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Road logs were not included with this guidebook but five trips were conducted. American Lime and Stone Company at Bellefonte. Stratigraphy of the Allegheny Front from Gallitzen to Altoona. Tyrone [Birmingham] thrust fault structures. Pennsylvania State College Conference Headquarters: State College, PA Leaders: Six field trips with road logs are in the guidebook. Two one-half day trips examined Triassic rocks and the slate and cement district.
The main excursion traversed the Lehigh and Delaware gaps followed by three one-half day trips in the Saucon Valley, Pleistocene drifts, and the Spitzenberg. This conference included six field trips in central Pennsylvania.