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St. Johns, Portland, Oregon

Clark made camp at the modern site of St. Johns near a Native American (Native Americans in the United States) settlement for one night. St. Johns is named in honor of settler James John. He made his journey to the Pacific Northwest from Westport, Missouri in 1841. His

. Johns, Older Than Portland Character Of The Founder accessdate 23 October 2012 newspaper The Oregonian date 29 March 1903 location Portland, Oregon page 40 After his death, James John left his remaining personal property to the township of St. Johns to use to build a public school (State school). It was John's wish that children of all religious denominations could study together and receive an education that stressed the importance of civic engagement. John requested that all of his

assets be sold off to raise funds for first his burial and funeral and the remainder to building the new school house. File:Bonham and Currier Building and First National Bank.jpg left 170px thumb The Bonham and Currier (left) and First National Bank buildings (right


council is based in Poulton-le-Fylde. The district is named after the River Wyre, which runs through the district. It was formed on 1 April 1974 by the Local Government Act 1972, and was a merger of the municipal borough of Fleetwood, along with Poulton-le-Fylde, Preesall, Garstang and Thornton-Cleveleys urban district (Urban district (Great Britain and Ireland))s and various Rural Districts (Rural District).

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in importance from Dynasty III, when the capital was relocated to Memphis (Memphis, Egypt). Its location on the border of the competing Heracleopolitan (Herakleopolis Magna) and Theban (Thebes, Egypt) dynasties of the First Intermediate Period, and its proximity to certain oases (Oasis) of possible military importance, ensured Thinis some continued significance in the Old (Old Kingdom of Egypt) and New (New Kingdom of Egypt) Kingdoms. This was a brief respite and Thinis eventually

Texcoco, State of Mexico

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municipality located in the State of Mexico, 25&nbsp;km northeast of Mexico City. In the pre-Hispanic era, this was a major Aztec (Aztec Empire) city on the shores of Lake Texcoco. After the Spanish conquest

of the Aztec Empire Conquest , the city was initially the second most important after Mexico City, but its importance faded over time, becoming more rural in character. ref>

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High River

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- Laneshaw Bridge - Barnoldswick rowspan "6" colspan "3" Now referred to as "West Craven". This is a part of Lancashire, which was once in the neighbouring West Riding of Yorkshire. (Within the Wapentake of Staincliffe, Deanery of Craven.) - Bracewell and Brogden - Earby - Kelbrook - Salterforth - Sough (Sough, Lancashire) -

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Kaunas Airport

Location in Lithuania type Public owner Ministry of Transport and Communications website operator SE (Government-owned corporation) "Kaunas Airport" city-served Kaunas, Lithuania location Karmėlava elevation-f 256 metric-rwy Y r1-number 08 26 r1-length-m 3,250 r1-surface Asphalt stat-year 2014 stat1-header Passengers total stat1-data 724,314 stat2

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Paraíso, Tabasco

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of Villahermosa. Although one of its important economic activities is tourism, the center of the town has not been overwhelmed with hotels and other tourist oriented businesses. Most

of the houses of the town are modest, constructed with brick or adobe with a few hacienda style houses with lavish gardens. The center

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