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  • reduction of metal ions. The very first of its species was found in the Potomac River in 1987, very close to the nation's capital Washington D.C. This was
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  • Commission Delaware River Basin Commission Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin Mississippi River Commission Susquehanna River Basin Commission
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  • Commission Delaware River Basin Commission Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin Mississippi River Commission Susquehanna River Basin Commission
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  • agreement to locate the government's permanent capital in the South, on the Potomac River in what would become Washington, D.C.) Both President Washington and
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  • Fort_Washington_Light. Map: Fort Washington Park on the banks of the Potomac River Here's a listing of the classical Fresnel Lenses in the United States:
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  • last hope of the Southern cause at Gettysburg. Lee withdrew across the Potomac River. Meade did not pursue quickly, and Lee was able to reestablish himself
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  • the Catholic Calvert family obtained a charter for land north of the Potomac River from King Charles I in what became known as Maryland. As the charter
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  • jurisdiction of the Potomac River, appointed in June 1784, four commissioners to "frame such liberal and equitable regulations concerning the said river as may be
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  • across the Potomac River; opening of Leesburg Turnpike 1801 Creation of Alexandria County 1808 Opening of Chain Bridge across the Potomac River 1833-1843
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  • the Second Battle of Bull Run (or Second Manassas), Lee crossed the Potomac River and invaded Maryland. McClellan again responded tentatively, despite
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  • sand.” Disputes between Maryland and Virginia over navigation on the Potomac River led to a conference of representatives of five states at Annapolis,
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  • Virginia (now West Virginia) on the Ohio border (thus linking the Ohio and Potomac Rivers), it largely passed because it did not present any conflict between
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  • slaves. George Washington’s beloved home, Mount Vernon, by the Potomac River in Virginia, where he died on December 14, 1799, and is buried along
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  • agreement to locate the government's permanent capital in the South, on the Potomac River in what would become Washington, D.C.) Both President Washington and
    7 KB (151,288 words) - 10:41, 13 March 2013
  • reduction of metal ions. The very first of its species was found in the Potomac River in 1987, very close to the nation's capital Washington D.C. This was
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  • College, he received his graduate studies at Potomac College which was located in Washington, D.C. Potomac College later relocated to Berrien Springs,
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  • studies that the young planter—his farm, Mulberry Grove was just across the Potomac from Mount Vernon—began to espouse the cause of the patriots. In 1775 he
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