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;hl en format Google News Archives newspaper New Oxford Item accessdate 2011-02-20 and 2 Civilian Conservation Corps camps were subsequently built (Gettysburg Battlefield camps after the American Civil War#CCC camps) for battlefield maintenance and construction projects. After a 1933 comfort station had been built at The Pennsylvania State Memorial, similar stone Parkitecture (National Park Service Rustic) structures were built

New Oxford Item accessdate 2011-02-20 and 2 Civilian Conservation Corps camps were subsequently built (Gettysburg Battlefield camps after the American Civil War#CCC camps) for battlefield maintenance and construction projects. After a 1933 comfort station had been built at The Pennsylvania State Memorial, similar stone Parkitecture (National Park Service Rustic) structures were built (the west ranger station was completed May 21


Australia

of New South Wales, 125 km northwest of Sydney. At 15,010 ha, it is part of the Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Site. thumb right View of Middle Harbour (Image:Garigal National Park.jpg) '''Garigal National Park''' is a national park in New South Wales (Australia), 20 km north of central Sydney (Sydney, Australia). The park is somewhat disjointed


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