Normal, Illinois

subdivision_type3 Townships (List of townships in Illinois) subdivision_name United States subdivision_name1 Illinois subdivision_name2 McLean (McLean County, Illinois) subdivision_name3 Normal (Normal Township, McLean County, Illinois), Dry Grove (Dry Grove Township, McLean County, Illinois), Towanda (Towanda Township, McLean County, Illinois) government established_title Settled

utc_offset_DST -5 coordinates_display display inline,title latd 40 latm 30 lats 44 latNS N longd 88 longm 59 longs 19 longEW W elevation_m 265 elevation_ft 869 postal_code 61761, 61790 postal_code_type area_code 309 website www.normal.org footnotes '''Normal''' is a town in McLean County (McLean County, Illinois), Illinois

thumb upright Jesse W. Fell, founding citizen The town was laid out with the name '''North Bloomington''' on June 7, 1854 by Joseph Parkinson. ''Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of McLean County'' (Chicago: Munsell, 1908) p.902. From its founding, it was generally recognized that Jesse W. Fell was the force behind the creation of the town. He had arranged for the new railroad, which would soon become the Chicago and Alton Railroad, to pass west


Tysons Corner, Virginia

Board on Geographic Names publisher United States Geological Survey date 2007-10-25 website footnotes '''Tysons Corner''', also known simply as '''Tysons''', is a census-designated place (CDP) and unincorporated community in Fairfax County (Fairfax County, Virginia), Virginia, United States. Located in Northern Virginia between the community of McLean (McLean, Virginia) and the town

redeveloping arbor-row Arbor Row In April 2013, the county approved Scotts Run South, a development containing 17 buildings, including six office and residential buildings, one hotel, and ground-floor retail near the pending McLean Station (McLean (WMATA station)). This development alone will be larger than Reston Town Center. Fairfax

July 2012 accessdate 2013-12-05 As a suburb of Washington, D.C., Tysons Corner is a part of both the Washington Metropolitan Area and the larger Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. It is bordered on all sides by other Washington suburbs, including: McLean (McLean, Virginia) to the north, Pimmit Hills (Pimmit Hills, Virginia) to the east, Idylwood (Idylwood, Virginia) to the southeast, Dunn Loring (Dunn Loring, Virginia) to the south, Vienna, Virginia


Washington metropolitan area

but use McLean (McLean, Virginia) addresses. Many large firms are based in Montgomery County (Montgomery County, Maryland), including Discovery Communications, Coventry Health Care, Lockheed Martin, Marriott International, Host Hotels & Resorts, Travel Channel, Ritz-Carlton, Robert Louis Johnson Companies (RLJ Cos), Choice Hotels, MedImmune, TV One (TV One (US TV network)), BAE Systems Inc, Hughes Network Systems, and GEICO.-->

; Arlington, Virginia 174 - Booz Allen Hamilton Defense (Defense contractor) data-sort-value "vamclean" McLean, Virginia (Tysons Corner (Tysons Corner, Virginia)) 443 - Capital One Finance (Financial institution) data-sort-value "vamclean" McLean, Virginia (Tysons Corner (Tysons Corner, Virginia)) 124 - Computer Sciences Corporation Defense (Defense contractor) data-sort-value "

institution Finance data-sort-value "vamclean" McLean, Virginia (Tysons Corner (Tysons Corner, Virginia)) 32 - Gannett Company Media (Mass media) data-sort-value "vamclean" McLean, Virginia (Tysons Corner (Tysons Corner, Virginia)) 481 - General Dynamics Defense (Defense contractor) data-sort-value "vafalls" Falls Church, Virginia 99 - Hilton Hotels Corporation Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc


Cold Spring, New York

: dfl.highlands.com lisa lisa.html Livingston-Svirsky Archive (LiSA) * An essay on a vacation spent in Cold Harbor by ''Wall Street Journal'' columnist Terry Teachout Category:Villages in New York Category:Populated places established in 1846 Category:Populated places on the Hudson River Category:Villages in Putnam County, New York Background Don McLean wrote

nyregion don-mclean-sets-record-straight-on-american-pie-origins.html quote newspaper New York Times date November 29, 2011 accessdate 2011-11-30 The song is well known for its cryptic lyrics that have long been

the subject of curiosity and speculation. Although McLean dedicated the ''American Pie'' album to Buddy Holly, none of the musicians in the plane crash is identified by name in the song itself. When asked what "American Pie" meant, McLean replied, "It means I never have to work again."


District Municipality of Muskoka

Canada in 1840. '''Franklin township''' named for Arctic explorer Admiral Sir John Franklin. '''Freeman township''' named for John Bailey Freeman, MPP for the North riding of Norfolk County from 1879 to 1890. '''Gibson township''' named for Thomas Gibson (Thomas Gibson (politician)) MPP for a Huron riding from 1867 to 1898. '''Macaulay township''' named for Chief Justice of the Common Pleas Sir James Buchanan Macaulay (1793–1859), veteran of the War of 1812. '''McLean township

''' named for Archibald McLean (Archibald McLean (judge)) (1791–1865) a veteran of the War of 1812 he became Chief Justice of Upper Canada. '''Medora township''' named for Mrs. Medora Cameron wife of a Toronto lawyer. She was also a niece of Hon. Stephen Richards (Stephen Richards (politician)), Commissioner of Crown Lands, hence the honour she received. '''Monck township''' named for Viscount Monck (Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount Monck), Lord of the Treasury in the Palmerston


Waiouru

. Between 1858 and 1875, Major George Gwavas Carlyon imported Exmoor ponies (Exmoor Pony) to Hawkes Bay and crossed them with local stock to produce the Carlyon pony. These Carlyon ponies were later crossed with two Welsh stallions, Kinarth Caesar and Comet, imported by Sir Donald McLean (Donald McLean (New Zealand politician)), and a breed known as the Comet resulted. At some point during the 1870s, McLean released a Comet stallion and several mares on the Kaingaroa Plains and the bloodline


Port Alberni

, and the trans-Pacific telegraph cable at Bamfield. Mining took place on the Alberni Inlet and, as with many fish camps and outports, depended on Port Alberni as a base. With ample western red cedar and Douglas fir forests surrounding the valley, the forest industry became the dominant economic force. Large logging operators moved in, namely Bloedel, Stewart and Welch. Sawmills were built at Alberni, Great Central Lake, and the McLean Mill National Historic Site McLean Mill

and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans have been improving salmon habitat throughout the Alberni Valley, adding a Coho hatchery at the McLean Mill National Historic Site, in addition to the highly successful Robertson Creek Hatchery on the Stamp River. Port Alberni was awarded the World Fishing Network’s coveted “Ultimate Fishing Town” designation in 2010. Attractions File:Mars Water Bomber.jpg thumb Martin JRM Mars Martin Mars Water

. The state-of-the-art Robertson Creek Fish Hatchery is the most successful hatchery on Vancouver Island, producing chinook salmon, coho salmon, and steelhead smolts. It is located a short drive west of Port Alberni. Robertson Creek Fish Hatchery and is open to the public. Port Alberni is home to the McLean Mill National Historic Site which incorporates a steam railway (Alberni Pacific Railway) from


Portage la Prairie

as a fur trading post, and provide the explorers with a "home" operating base, from which they would explore other parts of central Manitoba and western North America. In 1851, Archdeacon William Cochrane (Cockran) Memorable Manitobans: William Cockran [William Cochrane] (1798-1865) of the Anglican Church, John McLean, Memorable

Manitobans: John McLean (1815-1902) as well as other ambitious settlers, were among the first to purchase the first land in the area from the local Aboriginals, around what is now Crescent Lake (formerly known as "The Slough"). A school was soon built as settlers poured in from the east (Eastern Canada), followed by a church (St. Mary's La Prairie, 1854), and numerous local businesses as the community began to form. The fertile soils of the Portage la Prairie area were discovered

rock band * David Shand, ice hockey defenceman * Craig Stewart (Craig Stewart (politician)), politician * Charles Keith Taylor, lawyer and politician * Portage la Prairie website * Portage la Prairie Tourism * Fort la Reine


Shepherdstown, West Virginia

Shepherdstown , where the highway continues as Maryland Route 34 (MD 34). WV 480 is one of the main north–south highways of northern Jefferson County (Jefferson County, West Virginia) and passes through the campus of Shepherd University. succeeded John McLean (John McLean (Illinois politician)) birth_date 1777 birth_place Shepherdstown (Shepherdstown, West Virginia), Virginia death_date May 2, '''Jesse Burgess Thomas


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