Lock Haven, Pennsylvania

, a large raft got wedged in the chute of the Dunnstown Dam and caused a jam that blocked the channel from bank to bank with a pile of logs went

Americans of Pennsylvania warned white settlers that great floods occurred on the Delaware and Susquehanna rivers every 14 years. Shank tested this idea by tabulating the highest floods on record at key points throughout the state over a 200-year period and found that a major flood had occurred, on average, once every 25 years between 1784 and 1972. Big floods recorded at Harrisburg (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), on the main stem of the Susquehanna about

: www.census.gov tiger tms gazetteer places.txt publisher United States Census Bureau accessdate November 30, 2009 Image:The southern terminus of PA 664.jpg thumb right Routes 664 and 120 meet near the river in downtown Lock Haven. alt A highway runs toward a bridge between an ornate building with a clock tower and a plain three-story red brick building. A forested hill rises on the far side of the bridge, which is decorated with U.S. flags on poles. A double highway sign along


Kabgayi

Musinga of Rwanda in 1904. Their demands for labor from the people of the region caused tension with the court

on Kabgayi, they could not protect the refugees from the Hutu militias. U.N. observers dispatched to Kabgayi saw no signs of a massacre, but reported that the refugees were being intimidated. thumb 240px The appeal was too late. The government troops

reportedly complicit in the killing. After the RPF took control, on 5 June 1994 Archbishop Vincent Nsengiyumva, Bishops Thaddée Nsengiyumva and Joseph Ruzindana, and ten other priests were killed at Gakurazo


Old Toronto

Hall, and the norther the St. Lawrence Market building). It was selected by the first mayor, William Lyon Mackenzie, as city hall. His newspaper, the ''Colonial Advocate'', rented space in the rear. This building, along with much of the city, was destroyed by fire in 1849. The second city hall, built in 1845 and renovated in 1850, was known as the New Market House and is now called St Lawrence Hall. It served as city hall until 1899.

radical Orange leader Leslie Howard Saunders. Fires and fire stations The Toronto General

, known today as Providence Healthcare. The House of Refuge was built in 1860 as a home for "vagrants, the dissolute, and for idiots." The building became a smallpox hospital during an epidemic during the 1870s. It was demolished in 1894, and a new structure called the Riverdale Isolation Hospital was built on the site in 1904, which evolved into the Rivderdale Hospital and later Bridgepoint Health.


Ilorin

Geary 1965 pp 143 *Ibadan (Ibadan Airport) *Ilorin (Ilorin International Airport) *Lagos (Murtala Mohammed International Airport) Destinations and fleet In July 2007, Capital Airlines had offered scheduled flights from Lagos to Abuja, Ilorin and Minna, October 11 Indonesia (Java) &ndash

tie against Shooting Stars FC that put an end to their promotion chances. Location Òkè-Ìlá Òràngún is located at on one of the several mountains adjoining the eastern flanks of the Oke-Ila Ridge, a part of the Yoruba Hills. Òkè-Ìlá Òràngún is about 120 miles (190 km) directly west of the confluence (Confluence (geography)) of the Rivers

, about 60 miles (95 km) southeast of the ancient Yoruba city of Ilorin and about 120 miles (190 km) northwest of Benin City (more correctly Bini or Ibini) capital of the Benin (Benin City) Edo Empire. The Park takes its name from Oyo-lle (Old Oyo), the ancient political capital of Oyo Empire of the Yoruba people, and contains the ruins of this city. Oyo Ile was destroyed in the late 18th century by Ilorin and Hausa


Sakib

1921-1928. Journal of Politics and Law; Vol. 5, No. 4, (Canadian Center of Science and Education). 2012. ISSN 1913-9047 Martyrs Al-Ayasrah tribe in Sakib provided a large number of martyrs during the resistance of British Mandate (British Mandate of Jordan) & Israel Occupation of Palestine. Travelers and explorers King George V

;border:0;text-align:center;line-height:120%;margin-left:10px; margin-bottom:10px;" - colspan "14" style "text-align:center; background:#f4f4f4;" height 24px ''' Major cities near Sakib ''' - ! City ! Distance km (mi) ! Site - Jerash 11 (7) East - Irbid 45 (28) North - Zarqa 52 (32) Southeast - Amman 55 (34) South - Beirut 200

: maps.google.com Google Maps Sakib City Guide & Information width "30%" class "wikitable" style "text-align:center;font-size:90%;line-height:120%" !style "text-align:center" Site in City!!Height m (ft) -bgcolor #ffffff Al-Qa`da Mountain 1243 (4079) -bgcolor #efefef Maqta Al-Qurmeya Mountain 1197.8 (3930) -bgcolor #ffffff Troun Mountain 1127.7 (3670) -bgcolor


Khanaqin

* Category:Populated places in Diyala Province Category:District capitals of Iraq Category:Cities in Iraq In the aftermath of the First Kurdish Iraqi War, a peace plan was announced in March 1970 and provided for broader Kurdish autonomy. The plan also gave Kurds representation in government bodies, to be implemented in four years. G.S. Harris, ''Ethnic Conflict and the Kurds'', Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, pp.118–120, 1977 Despite

by Mustafa Barzani were engaged in heavy fighting against successive Iraqi regimes from 1960 to 1975. In March 1970, Iraq announced a peace plan providing for Kurdish autonomy. The plan was to be implemented in four years. G.S. Harris, ''Ethnic Conflict and the Kurds'' in the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, pp. 118–120, 1977 However, at the same time, the Iraqi regime started an Arabization program in the oil-rich regions of Kirkuk

Adherents.com: By Location Kurds led by Mustafa Barzani were engaged in heavy fighting against successive Iraqi regimes from 1960 to 1975. In March 1970, Iraq announced a peace plan providing for Kurdish autonomy. The plan was to be implemented in four years. G.S. Harris, ''Ethnic Conflict and the Kurds'' in the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, pp.118–120, 1977 However, at the same time, the Iraqi regime started an Arabization


Kabwe

: "Spectrum Guide to Zambia." Camerapix International Publishing, Nairobi, 1996. Google Earth accessed 2007. * Lukanga Swamp: 50 km west, with a wildlife area (currently a Game Management Area) on the other side of the Kafue River, 120 km from Kabwe, but road access is very poor. Image:Fisherman Lukanga Swamp.JPG thumb A resident fisherman enters Lukanga Swamp about 60 km west

-Zimbabwe with several freight branches mostly in the Copperbelt totalling 427 km including to DR Congo. Passenger services between Kitwe and Livingstone only. * TAZARA Railway — narrow gauge, 891 km in Zambia: New Kapiri Mposhi-Mpika-Kasama (Kasama, Zambia)-Dar es Salaam width "120" • Lusaka - capital width "120" • Kabwe • Ndola - The BSAC had extended the Rhodesian Railways from Bulawayo


Gongju

to Sabi (Sabi (Korea)) (in modern-day Buyeo County). However, Gongju remained an important center until the kingdom's fall in 660. New capital On August 11, 2004, the South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hae-chan announced that the country's capital will be moved from Seoul to Gongju (approximately 120 km south of Seoul) and Yeongi (Yeongi County) commencing in 2007. A site was chosen for the project, which was scheduled to be completed by 2030

Korea chooses new capital site – BBC News Gongju is approximately 120 kilometers south of Seoul. The Government estimated that the move would probably not be completed before 2012. Although part of the election manifesto, this plan ignited nationwide controversy. On 21 October 2004, the Constitutional Court ruled that mostly based on custom law (Custom (law)), the special law for the relocation of the capital is unconstitutional since

gobungun, 송산리고분군 url email address Beonji 120, Gyo-dong lat long directions Bus routes #1 and #25. On foot, its about a 10 minutes walk from Gongsan Fortress; follow the major road east through the humongous arch outside the main gate. phone +82-41-840-2836 tollfree fax +82-41-840-2848 hours 9AM-6PM, 9AM-5PM in winter. price Adults ₩1500 content A series of 7 tombs, 6 of which were discovered and suibsequently looted during the 1910-1945 Japanese occupation


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