Greensburg, Kansas

Greensburg is also home to the world's largest hand-dug well (Big Well (Kansas)). History The first settlement was made at Greensburg in 1885.

% of families and 12.4% of the population were below the poverty line, including 16.6% of those under age 18 and 8.0% of those age 65 or over. Attractions Greensburg is home to the world's largest hand dug well (Big Well (Kansas)). Work had begun on the well in 1887 to provide water for the steam engines of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad. When the well was completed in 1888 it was deep and


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Gainsborough, Saskatchewan

Birch Hills No. 460, Saskatchewan Birch Hills

Sunbury, Pennsylvania

, and Fort Augusta during the French and Indian War and later under the Americans, during the Revolutionary War. Northumberland County Historical Society website. Media The local newspaper is ''The Daily Item'' (The Daily Item (Sunbury)). There are a variety of local radio stations, including the all news sports channel WKOK 1070&nbsp;kHz AM, the Big Country Radio Network (WLGL 92.3 FM, WYGL-FM

and streams in north-central Pennsylvania during the Big Runaway. Modern county borders are shown for orientation. With the signing of the first Treaty of Fort Stanwix in 1768, the British gained control from the Iroquois of lands south of the West Branch. However, white settlers continued to appropriate land, including tracts in and near the future site of Lock Haven, not covered by the treaty. In 1769, Cleary Campbell, the first white settler in the area, built a log cabin near

(1775–83), Indians attacked colonists and their settlements along the West Branch. Fort Reed and the other white settlements in the area were temporarily abandoned in 1778 during a general evacuation known as the Big Runaway. Hundreds of people fled along the river to Fort Augusta, about from Fort Reed; some did not return for five years. Miller (1966), p. 28. In 1784, the second Treaty of Fort Stanwix (Treaty of Fort Stanwix (1784)), between


*Sumqayit-Lankaran: 8:30 Get around By taxi Taxis are quite convenient if you know where you want to go within the city. Addresses are quite useless, so it would be better to get a landmark that you know of and direct the taxi driver there. It costs 1 manat per ride in a taxi. By bus minibus '''Intra-City Bus Routes''' All Intra-City buses depart and return from the Big Bazaar in Lankaran city. *1 Dairavi Circle Route A: Big Bazaar, Tofig Ismayilov Street, Azriba district

, Diagnostic Center, Lavangi Bus Station, Shahidlar Khiyabani Sh Kh, Small Bazaar Mosque, Big Bazaar *2 Dairavi Circle Route B: Big Bazaar, Small Bazaar Mosque, Shahidlar Khiyabani Sh Kh, Lavangi Bus Station, Tofig Ismayilov Street, Big Bazaar *3 and 4 Digah-Shilavar Route: Big Bazaar, School #5, Shilavar, Digah, Hanifa Abdullayev Street (Turkish Lyceum), Sattarkhan Street, Koroglu Street (near the Gala Hotel), Big Bazaar. *5 Lankaran-Microrayon Route A: Big Bazaar, H. Aslanov Street (near

the Gala Hotel, in front of the Department Store), Heydar Aliyev Street, Shahidlar Khiyabani Sh Kh, Tofig Ismayilov, Ali Mammadov Street, 2nd Microrayon Wedding Palace (Shadliq Evi), Z. Aliyeva Street, Heydar Aliyev Street, Mir Mustafakhan Street, Big Bazaar *6 Lankaran-Microrayon Route B: Big Bazaar, H. Aslanov Street, Heydar Aliyev Street, Z. Aliyeva, Ali Mammadov Street, 2nd Microrayon Wedding Palace (Shadliq Evi), Hanifa Abdullayev Street, Heydar Aliyev Street, Shahidlar Khiyabani Sh Kh Circle

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. The Kurds revolted again in 903 CE, during the period of Almoqtadar. Eventually Arabs conquered the Kurdish regions and gradually converted the majority of Kurds to Islam. In the second half of the 10th century, the Kurdish area was shared among four big Kurdish principalities. In the north were the Shaddadid (951–1174) in parts of present-day Armenia and Arran (Arran (Caucasus)), and the Rawadid (955–1221) in Tabriz and Maragheh. In the east were the Hasanwayhids

again in 903 CE, during the period of Almoqtadar. Eventually Arabs conquered the Kurdish regions and gradually converted the majority of Kurds to Islam. In the second half of the 10th century, the Kurdish area was shared among four big Kurdish principalities. In the north were the Shaddadid (951–1174) in parts of present-day Armenia and Arran (Arran (Caucasus)), and the Rawadid (955–1221) in Tabriz and Maragheh. In the east were the Hasanwayhids (959–1015


; image_skyline Big Tree Natl Mont Kabwe.JPG imagesize image_caption The Big Tree National Monument cape fig tree is a prominent feature in downtown Kabwe, Zambia. image_flag flag_size image_seal seal_size image_shield shield_size image_blank_emblem blank_emblem_type blank_emblem_size image_map mapsize map_caption

football club, one of the top three teams in the country * Bwacha House National Monument: Number E1376 Musuku Road, Bwacha Township, where on 8 March 1958 Kenneth Kaunda was elected President of the Zambian African National Congress * Big Tree National Monument: a fig tree with a 50 m wide canopy on the east side of Broadway, which served as a meeting place on many occasions during the early years of the town's history * Broken Hill Man memorial at Kabwe municipal offices * Zambian Defence

;, for all companies, is on the street in front of '''Big Bite'''. Get around In its heyday many of Kabwe's streets were paved and lighted. Today the light posts are still there but except for right in town the lights are all gone, and all but the main streets have deteriorated back into dirt roads with serious bumps and holes, so go slowly and carefully if you drive a car. Many locals use bicycles and most simply walk, and there are a lot of dirt-path "shortcuts" between the named

Northumberland County, New Brunswick

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Kuala Kangsar

is believed to be derived from 'Kuala Kurang-Sa', which literally means '100 minus (-) one', usually interpreted as 'the 99th small tributary to flow into the Perak River'. One flooding was so severe, it almost swept the palace away. Finally, after the Big Flood or Air Bah in 1926, it was decided to move the place further up onto the knoll where stands the current Royal Palace named Istana Iskandariah with its Art-Deco architecture, a rare but significant piece of architectural milestone

Image:SultanAbdulJalilBridge.jpg Sultan Abdul Jalil Bridge at Kuala Kangsar, crossing the Perak River. Image:Overfloor and Big Tree, Malay College.jpg Malay College Image:Perak River Kuala Kangsar.jpg Perak River in Kuala Kangsar Image:Kuala Kangsar street.jpg A main commercial street of Kuala Kangsar Labu Sayong A nearby village called '''Sayong''' is located on the opposite bank of the Perak River. It is the production center of the famed ''labu sayong

- Member of Parliament for the constituency of Sungai Siput. See also * Teluk Intan References Category:Populated places in Perak Category:Districts in Perak Malaya right thumb The Malay College (File:Overfloor and Big Tree, Malay College.jpg) in Kuala Kangsar, Perak, where Burgess taught 1954–55 In 1954, Burgess joined the British Colonial Service as a teacher

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