and also Sheffield in South Yorkshire. - 247 High Peak (High Peak, Derbyshire) 92,600 Borough (Borough status in the United Kingdom) Derbyshire - The '''High Peak''' is an alternative name for the Dark Peak, but High Peak (High Peak, Derbyshire) is also the name of an administrative district (Districts_of_England) of Derbyshire which includes part of the White Peak. '''Stanage Edge''', or simply '''Stanage''' (from "stone edge") is a gritstone escarpment in the English (England) Peak District, famous as a location for climbing. The northern part of the edge forms the border between the High Peak (High Peak, Derbyshire) of Derbyshire and Sheffield in South Yorkshire. Its highest point is '''High Neb''' at above sea level. - SK (SK postcode area) Alderley Edge, Buxton, Cheadle (Cheadle, Greater Manchester), Dukinfield, Glossop, High Peak (High Peak, Derbyshire), Hyde (Hyde, Greater Manchester), Macclesfield, Stalybridge, Stockport, Wilmslow - - 261 High Peak (High Peak, Derbyshire) 172 Borough (Borough status in the United Kingdom) Derbyshire - Starting in Middleton-by-Wirksworth, Derbyshire, the Pennine Bridleway mainly follows historic routes and trails along the flanks of the Pennines. It initially follows the High Peak Trail along a disused railway passing through the limestone of the White Peak. (An alternative starting point is the site of the former Hartington railway station, utilizing a short section of the Tissington Trail before joining the High Peak Trail at Parsley Hay.) Beyond the limestone plateau is the millstone grit of the Dark or High Peak (High Peak, Derbyshire) area, and the trail follows the line of a packhorse road from Tideswell, via Peak Forest to Hayfield, where it briefly follows the line of another converted railway, the Sett Valley Trail.
used by southern New England Algonquian (Algonquian languages), means "stone". The -et is a locative suffix: "at the place of the stone". As the region is mainly a tidal marsh, the stone referenced is most likely Dighton Rock in the Taunton River next to Assonet Neck. The entire region was sold to the English in 1659 by the Wampanoag (Wampanoag people)s, but, due to the Algonquian (Algonquian peoples) mobile way of life and the splitting and recombining of social units, the Nipmucs may have been subject to or at the time part of the Wampanoags. The English settlement remained for many years a small fishing and farming village, growing to be Freetown (Freetown, Massachusetts)'s more industrious side by the end of the 18th century. By the end of the 19th century, Assonet had begun to slowly return to its origins, having less and less industry in town. At the beginning of the 21st century, the village has once again begun to expand rapidly. 17th century Assonet was settled on April 2, 1659, but a string of wars between English (Great Britain) settlers and the local Wampanoag Indians (Wampanoag people), including King Philip's War, prevented much permanent settlement until later. History shows the area existed as a proprietary (Proprietary community) settlement as early as 1680, and in 1683 Assonet and Fall River (Fall River, Massachusetts) were incorporated as the Town of Freetown (Freetown, Massachusetts), named as such because its settlers were Freemen (Freeman (colonial)). The earliest records of the town, from approximately 1680-1685, have been lost. Since then, records have been kept and maintained to trace back the town's legacy. Little development occurred after the incorporation of the town, other than the construction of houses and smaller businesses. 18th century Assonet became a prominent commercial fishing port in Southeastern Massachusetts in the 18th century, best known for its trout. Industry had also begun to develop, including grist mills, sawmills and a blacksmith's shop. As the century progressed, the villagers began to fall under the same strains as the rest of the colonists (thirteen colonies). Assonet was far enough east that it avoided many of the problems faced during the French and Indian War, but did feature in the Revolutionary War (American Revolutionary War). Skirmishes were fought in Assonet, and the Battle of Freetown was fought on the outskirts of the village in present-day Fall River. The main settled area of the village was known to support the British, even harboring a general before he fled to Newport, Rhode Island. The white chimneys with black rings on many of the oldest houses are indicative of homes that supported the British. As the 18th century closed, churches and other more prominent buildings began to pop up around the village, including the 1794 construction of Village School, then the office of a Raynham (Raynham, Massachusetts) lawyer. 19th century frame left North Church circa c. (Image:North Church, Assonet, Mass.jpg) 1900. The 19th century was perhaps the most industrious period in the history of Assonet. The village developed rapidly, with its combination of railroads (Rail transport), ships, its position on the stagecoach and mail (United States Postal Service) routes, and its factories (factory). The current Route 79 (Massachusetts Route 79) roughly follows the mail and stagecoach route from Rhode Island to Boston (Boston, Massachusetts), and the Green Dragon Tavern on South Main Street was a popular stopover along the route. The downtown area boasted shipbuilding and was an import export port, as well as a successful fishing industry. frame right John M. Deane (Image:JohnMDeane.jpg) was a native of Assonet, and a recipient of the Medal of Honor. The N. R. Davis Gun Manufactory, located near and on a portion of where Hathaway Park now sits, opened and provided many weapons to Union soldiers during the Civil War (American Civil War). Also built was the Crystal Springs Bleachery and Dying Company, which brought millhousing to a small area of the village, and employed many from town and neighboring Fall River (Fall River, Massachusetts), also known for industry. North Church (1809), Town Hall (1888), and the Guilford H. Hathaway Library (1895) were all constructed in the same small area on Taunton (Taunton, Massachusetts) Hill, and complimented the Village School nicely. The Town Hall has served as the municipal office building (1888–present), meeting hall (1888–1976), library (1888–1895), police station (1888–1978), and a variety of other functions. The second floor, literally a hall, was subdivided into office space in the mid-1970s. The Guilford Hathaway Library (b. 1895) served as the town's only library from its construction until the James White Library opened in East Freetown (East Freetown, Massachusetts) in 1947. The first Post Office in town opened in Assonet in 1811, and has operated continuously since then, first in a razed building on the corner of Elm and North Main Streets, later in a second razed building, and since 1962 at the facility on South Main Street near the former Assonet Star Market. The ZIP Code for Assonet is 02702. 20th century frame right This photo from a 1902 postcard shows Profile Rock, which is said to be the image of Chief Massasoit (Image:Profile Rock (Assonet).jpg). In the mid-20th century, Assonet began to remove itself from the commercial industrial scene. Most of its mills closed during this period, following the Second World War. The N. R. Davis Gun Factory burned to the ground in 1925; and the Crystal Springs Bleachery, now New England Textile, burned in 1955. (Remnants of the latter can be found by Mill Pond.) The former Monument Manufacturing Company on Mill & Locust Sts. was the largest domestic producer of sleeping bags during World War II. In the postwar period, the majority of villagers sought work outside of town, and farming also came back into common practice. This reverse trend would not last long. By the 1990s, the village began to develop again as the region was seen as a "great escape" for upperclass Boston workers. Next to the Hathaway Library is a local Verizon station, which is the home of one of the first regional dialing systems. Not far away is Freetown Fire Department Company 1, constructed in 1948. 21st century The 21st century has brought a renewed spirit to Assonet. 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include the "Rass" stone, a 2-meter-high granite stone. The Incense Road: Najran Geography Topography Najran enjoys three different geographic landscapes, and they are: the oases, mountains, and desert at its eastside. Climate The average temperature in Najran ranges from 14.6 to 30.9. The average annual rainfall is 83 mm. Education Schools and libraries There are 560 public schools, and 10
abandoned until the structure was restored in 1984 to house the state’s judicial branch. The Casa de Piedra ("Stone House") is located on the southwest corner of the main plaza. It was built in the 16th century as a notary office and home. Its name comes from the solid gray sandstone used in its construction, unique to the area. ;Franciscan monastery The former Franciscan (Franciscan order) monastery was built
Captain Stairs was appointed to the privately-funded Emin Pasha Relief Expedition led by Henry Morton Stanley, at the time the most celebrated living explorer of Africa. Stairs sailed from London on January 20, 1887 and met Stanley in Suez on February 6. Their expedition started from Banana (Banana, Democratic Republic of the Congo) at the mouth of the Congo River on March 19 and ended in Bagamoyo, Tanzania on December 5, 1889. Stairs was appointed second-in-command after Captain Barttelot (Edmund Musgrave Barttelot) was shot on July 19, 1888. thumb 375px Henry M Stanley with the officers of the Advance Column, Cairo, 1890. From the left : Dr. Thomas Heazle Parke (Image:Advance Column of the Emin Pasha Relief Expedition 1890.jpg), Robert H. Nelson, Henry M. Stanley, William G. Stairs, and Arthur J. M. Jephson '''Note''': The map uses the borders of the present-day, but the historical extent for German territories are depicted. capital Bagamoyo (1885–1890) Dar-es-Salaam (1890–1918) currency Rupie (German East African rupie) German rule was quickly established over Bagamoyo, Dar es Salaam, and Kilwa (Kilwa (district)), even sending the caravans of Prince, Langheld, Emin Pasha, Charles Stokes to dominate "the Street of Caravans". The Abushiri Revolt of 1888 and was put down (with British help) the following year. In 1890, London and Berlin concluded the Heligoland-Zanzibar Treaty, returning Heligoland (seized during the Napoleonic wars) to Germany and deciding on the borders of German East Africa (the exact boundaries remained unsurveyed until 1910). image_width 275px image_caption African Baobab (''Adansonia digitata'') tree in Bagamoyo, Tanzania near the Kaole ruins (Kaole) regnum Plantae Geography Stone Town is located roughly in the middle of the west coast of Unguja, on a small promontory protruding into the Zanzibar Channel. The closest major settlement on the Tanzanian coast, opposite to Stone Town, is Bagamoyo (to the south-west). Map of Stone Town
of the most prestigious education centres in the Neamt county. Starting with January 2009, Piatra Neamț is the host of a short film festival called "'''Filmul de Piatra'''" (derived from the name of the city "Piatra" which means stone (rock) and translated as "Stone-film Festival"). The 1st edition took place in the building of Teatrul Tineretului and other locations between 7th and 11 January 2009. The festival has a national short film competition (all genres) and awards
as the "living fossil of culture".(citation needed) *'''Elephant Head Mountain''' Elephant head mountain scenic area is located in the south of Boluo County,18 kilometres away from the Huizhou city area, and covers an area of . Elephant head mountain is formed in the Cretaceous period of igneous rock, and sports a main peak reaching an elevation of 1023 meters above sea level. The mountain bedrock forms a unique " stone egg" landscape.(citation needed
''' ( from Sogdian (Sogdian language): "Stone Fort" or "Rock Town"), alternatively '''Samarqand''' or '''Samarcand''', traditionally was the second-largest city in Uzbekistan and the capital of Samarqand Province. It is now the nation's third largest, after fast-growing Namangan in the Ferghana Valley.
Alexander the Great took it in 329 BC. The name probably originates in the Sogdian (Sogdian language) words ''asmara'', "stone", "rock" and ''kand'', "fort", "town".
and Meanings of the Names for 6,600 Countries, Cities, Territories, Natural Features and Historic Sites edition 2nd edition year 2006 publisher McFarland location London isbn 0-7864-2248-3 pages 330 quote Samarkand City, southeastern Uzbekistan. The city here was already named ''Marakanda'', when captured by Alexander the Great in 329 B.C.. Its own name derives from the Sanskrit words ''samar'', "stone", "rock", and ''kand'', "fort"
against this baggage trail. Furthermore, the area was defended by several major rivers flowing into the Black Sea, each with Turkish fortresses alongside it. Stone, pp. 64-67 Prothero and Benians, pp. 304-308 In 1710 Charles XII convinced Sultan Ahmed III to declare war against Russia, and the Ottoman forces under Baltacı Mehmet Paşa won a major victory at the Russo-Turkish War (1710
of outlaws in that wild country...infinitely worse than the ordinary robber." At that time during the 1880s in Cochise County it was an insult to call a legitimate cattleman a "Cowboy". Legitimate cowmen were referred to as cattle herders or ranchers. ref name "stone"
the U.S. Mexico border. The San Francisco Examiner wrote in an editorial, "Cowboys
name "stone" The Cowboys' activities ultimately ended with the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral and the resulting Earp Vendetta Ride. *1880 - U.S. population (Population of the United States) exceeds 50 million *1881 - The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone (Tombstone, Arizona), Arizona Territory *1881 - James Garfield inaugurated as President Tombstone, Arizona was a notorious mining town that flourished longer than most