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123 Marcus, Waldon, MI
123 Marcus, Waldon, MI
123 Marcus, Waldon, MI 
 
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137 Fairview Rd, Penn Valley, PA
137 Fairview Rd, Penn Valley, PA
137 Fairview Rd, Penn Valley, PA 
 
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1912 West Point football team
1912 West Point football team
Eisenhower (2nd from left) and Omar Bradley (2nd from right) were members of the 1912 West Point football team. 
 
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213 Goshorn Street Charleston
213 Goshorn Street Charleston
213 Goshorn Street Charleston 
 
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405 Penn, Camden, Camden, New Jersey
405 Penn, Camden, Camden, New Jersey
405 Penn, Camden, Camden, New Jersey  
 
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4400 Avery Detroit Michigan
4400 Avery Detroit Michigan
4400 Avery Detroit Michigan
First home of Goldie M. Shinn in Detroit, Mi. 1947 
 
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506 Brophy
506 Brophy
506 Brophy, was Residence in 1940 AZ for Verlin Marshall 
 
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516 N 5th, Camden, Camden, New Jersey
516 N 5th, Camden, Camden, New Jersey
516 N 5th, Camden, Camden, New Jersey 
 
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539 Elm, Camden, Camden, New Jersey
539 Elm, Camden, Camden, New Jersey
539 Elm, Camden, Camden, New Jersey 
 
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617 1/2 Newton Avenue, Oaklyn, Camden, New Jersey
617 1/2 Newton Avenue, Oaklyn, Camden, New Jersey
617 1/2 Newton Avenue, Oaklyn, Camden, New Jersey
Shinn, Herman R. Home in 1942 
 
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734 State St. Camden, NJ
734 State St. Camden, NJ
Shinn, Herman R. Home in 1917
734 State St., Camden, Camden, NJ 
 
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81st_Wildcats.html
81st_Wildcats.html
81st Wildcats History 
 
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847 York St, Camden, NJ
847 York St, Camden, NJ
847 York St, Camden, NJ 
 
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869 Jefferson Way, West Chester, PA
869 Jefferson Way, West Chester, PA
869 Jefferson Way, West Chester, PA 
 
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913 N 5th, Camden, Camden, New Jersey
913 N 5th, Camden, Camden, New Jersey
913 N 5th, Camden, Camden, New Jersey 
 
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916 Federal St. Camden NJ
916 Federal St. Camden NJ
916 Federal St. Camden NJ
Home of Benajah Shinn in 1916 
 
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9thCorps.html
9thCorps.html
The 9th Corps History
 
 
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abbaye-devalloires.jpg
abbaye-devalloires.jpg
Valloires Abbey is a 12th-century Cistercian abbey situated in the commune of Argoules in the Somme department of France.The Abbey de Valloires is also the burial place of the Comte de Ponthieu with nearly every Count from the 12th to the 14th centuries buried there. 
 
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abermarlais-wales.jpg
abermarlais-wales.jpg
Wales, Abermarleis 
 
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acie-family-origin.html
acie-family-origin.html
Acie Family Origin 
 
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Acton Monument
Acton Monument
The Acton Incident Marker - Inscription. On August 17, 1862, four young Dakota hunters, returning to their hungry families from an unsuccessful hunt, argued about stealing food from white settlers. Sungigidan, Kaomdeiyeyedan, Nagiwicakte, and Pazoiyopa dared each other this: who among them was brave enough to shoot the settlers? The youth spoke with Robinson Jones, Acton’s postmaster and storekeeper, at his farm. They followed him to this location, about a quarter mile from the home of Howard Baker. Here they shot and killed Baker, Viranus Webster and Robinson Jones and his wife. After they left, passing Jones’s home, they killed his daughter, Clara D. Wilson. The Indians then fled 40 miles south to Rice Creek Village. After several council meetings, the Dakota who wanted to go to war with the United States convinced Taoyateduta (Little Crow) to lead them into battle. Thus began the U.S.–Dakota War of 1862, the bloodiest chapter in Minnesota history. Although the war was ignited by the actions of a small band of teenage hunters, its causes were far deeper. By 1862, European Americans were pouring onto the ancestral lands of the Dakota. White leaders, determined to seize millions of acres of rich farmland, forced the Dakota onto reservations. The Dakota were expected to assimilate: to farm rather than hunt, to speak English, to cut their The Acton Incident Marker Photo, Click for full size By K. Linzmeier, October 24, 2013 2. The Acton Incident Marker hair and wear unfamiliar clothing. Missionaries sought to replace the Dakota belief system with Christianity. The payments promised in the 1851 and 1858 treaties were illegally taken by traders or were late in delivery. Families were torn between the past and a foreign, uncertain future. To some, war seemed the only option. The U.S.–Dakota War of 1862 launched 30 years of war between the United States and American Indians on the Northern Plains. 2012 Clean Water, Land & Legacy Amendment Minnesota Historical Society 
 
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aldrich, winthrop (family crest).jpg
aldrich, winthrop (family crest).jpg
Aldrich, Winthrop Family Crest 
 
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aldrich-isaacmartin-home.jpg
aldrich-isaacmartin-home.jpg
Isaac M. Aldrich Home 
 
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aldrich-mansion.jpg
aldrich-mansion.jpg
Aldrich Mansion 
 
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aldrich-prison.jpg
aldrich-prison.jpg
Aldrich Prison 
 

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