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  • Ashe County, North Carolina NC ZIP Code Map Not Laminated

    Current Unlaminated ZIP Code map Ashe County, North Carolina NC. Map shows state boundaries, county boundaries, water bodies, incorporated place boundaries, major landmarks, and roads.

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  • Robeson County (Images of America)

    Used, Average Condition. May Ship From Overseas, Free Upgrade to Priority Shipping. The history of Robeson County reaches farther back than its creation in 1787 and reflects the impressive story of North Carolina. Carved out of the fertile farmlands on the border between North and...

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  • Robeson County (Images of America)

    The history of Robeson County reaches farther back than its creation in 1787 and reflects the impressive story of North Carolina. Carved out of the fertile farmlands on the border between North and South Carolina, Robeson is the Tarheel Stateís largest county at 948 square miles. It has been called ìThe State of Robesonî not only because of its size but also because of the fierce independence and self-reliance of its people. The county is unique in its almost equally balanced tri-racial population. The

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  • Hoke County (Images of America)

    Hoke County is located in the Sandhills region of North Carolina between the beaches and mountains. In the beginning, the countryside was covered with magnificent pine forest. Most of the early settlers were Highland Scots who started many of the region's churches. As communities grew, families were concerned about the education of their children. The first high school, Raeford Institute, was established in 1891. The village of Raeford, now the county seat, was chartered in 1901. J. W. McLauchlin, known as

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  • Castle Rock Lake County Petite Sirah 2010

    Petite Sirah Castle Rock Lake County Petite Sirah 2010 Petite Sirah from North Coast, California Item No. 114317 This Petite Sirah is a dark and full-bodied, deeply concentrated wine, yielding aromas of ripe berry, coffee, grain and spice. On the palate it carries layers of ripe cherry, blackberry and plum. Its finish is long-lasting and harmonious with well-integrated tannins. It makes an excellent accompaniment to beef, game, spicy grilled food or charbroiled meats. Customer Reviews - Lewiston, MI (

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  • West County 054ML Gauntlet Rose Glove, Moss, Large

    The resilient West County Rose Glove is a perfect choice for any "thorny" task, from pruning roses to gathering brush, hauling firewood or picking blackberries. It is worlds apart from bulky rose gloves of the past. Made of 100% synthetic materials, our rose glove is lightweight, durable, breathable, machine washable and dryer friendly. Our Rose glove is tough on protection, flexible on fit and unrivaled in comfort. Elegant styling and rich colors are paired with unique synthetic puncture-resistant suede

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  • Ertl John Deere County Fair Caravan

    John Deere County Fair Caravan Music and animal sounds. Product Features Unique movements in wagon and bale Great item for toddlers Easy to activate Ages 3 and up Recommended Ages:2 – 3

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  • Comal County Blue

    It's been a decade since Jason Boland and the Stragglers got together to form their outlaw band. Now considered the stalwart leaders in the red dirt movement, the band has been making its case in each of its 200 shows a year, and on each of its records. Whether it's called Texas, Country, Americana, or Red Dirt, everyone can agree that Jason Boland is rightfully at the top of the movement with his uncompromising attitude toward the music he and his fans love. Jason Boland and the Stragglers prove that point

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  • The Bridges of Madison County

    If you've ever experienced the one true love of your life, a love that for some reason could never be, you will understand why readers all over the world were so moved by this small, unknown first novel that they made it a publishing phenomenon and #1 bestseller. The story of Robert Kincaid, the photographer and free spirit searching for the covered bridges of Madison County, and Francesca Johnson, the farm wife waiting for the fulfillment of a girlhood dream, THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY gives voice to

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  • The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (2005 Original Broadway Cast)

    When was the last time you heard a musical with a truly hilarious book? Rachel Sheinkin has concocted such a thing for The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, one of the most unexpected hits of 2005. Unfortunately, Sheinkin's wit is mostly lost on a cast album; fortunately, the show's songs are by the great William Finn. Set at the titular event, the musical never looks down on the competiting kids (played by adult actors), instead portraying them as endearingly nerdy but also smart, and endowing them

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  • Nightzone: A Posadas County Mystery (Posadas County Mysteries)

    What do you do when you inherit $330 million after taxes? If you're New Mexico rancher Miles Waddell, you build a dream. A flat-topped mesa and a third of a billion dollars equals NIGHTZONE, an astronomy-based theme park, complete with giant radio telescope, a bank of smaller scopes linked to a theater, five-star dining in a restaurant with retracting dome ceiling, a hotel/resort, tram car access, and a narrow gauge steam locomotive to carry tourists to the mesa top. Glorious. And too ambitious for many

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  • Blue County

    Blue County This product is manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply. </p>

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  • Atchison County (Images of America)

    Located in the extreme northwest corner of Missouri and bordered by Nebraska and Iowa, Atchison County was named for Civil War Maj. Gen. David Rice Atchison, whose biggest claim to fame is that he was president of the United States for one day. Native American tribes such as the Potawatomi, Ioway, Sac, and Fox all passed through this area or called Atchison County home. After the Louisiana Purchase, settlers began their trek west, and Atchison County was a major crossroads as it was bounded on the west by

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  • Logan and Hocking County (Images of America)

    Gov. Thomas Worthington first came upon the Great Falls of the Hock-Hocking while searching for a location for a wheat and corn mill. Worthington suspected rich mineral resources lay beneath the rolling hills, and he reasoned the area could grow and flourish. In his diary he wrote, "27 June 1816. I begin to lay out a town 1 mile east of the Falls." The coming of the canal in 1840 was instrumental in the growth of the small county-seat village. Prosperity improved when coal mining and clay manufacturing

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  • Harlan County Usa: Coal Miner's Struggle

    Composed of songs featured in Barbara Kopple's Academy Awardr-winning film 'Harlan County USA' 'Harlan County USA: Songs of the Coal Miner's Struggle' is a chilling musical reflection of the coal mining experience. From full-bore bluegrass to haunting a cappella laments and activist anthems, these powerful recordings document miners' trials both above and below the earth's surface, from picket lines to pickaxes, corruption to corrosion. Features HAZEL DICKINS (as seen and heard in John Sayles' 'Matewan',

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  • Newaygo County (Images of America)

    People moved into Newaygo County to farm, as the terrain offered beneficial conditions for planting crops and orchards, and eventually the area developed into several interwoven farming communities. Once agriculture took root, others businesses and crafts found a marketplace within county limits, and Newaygo began to grow while still maintaining a sense of hometown warmness and caring. Residents are proud of their heritage and history and know how to enjoy the surrounding natural beauty regardless of the

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  • The County Hound EP

    Though he originally came from Chicago, Cashis decided that the best way to pursue his career as a rapper was by moving to Orange County, leaving the Windy City for sunny California with high school friend and producer Rikanatti. After releasing a series of successful mixtapes (including one that was recorded while Cashis was on bail awaiting trial for a crime he was eventually sent to jail for) and becoming one of the most popular O.C. MCs, gutter-style rapper Cashis was signed to Eminem's Shady Records

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  • Paul Robeson: A Life of Activism and Art (Library of African-American Biography)

    Paul Robeson: A Life of Activism and Art is the biography of an African American icon and a demonstration of historian Lindsey R. Swindall's knack for thorough, detailed research and reflection. Paul Robeson was, at points in his life, an actor, singer, football player, political activist and writer, one of the most diversely talented members of the Harlem Renaissance. Swindall centers Robeson's story around the argument that while Robeson leaned toward Socialism, a Pan-African perspective is fundamental to

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  • West County Drifter

    Eric Lindell's West County Drifter marks the first release by the roots rocker for M.C. Records and his first national release in over two years. Special guests include Delbert McClinton and Ivan Neville. West County Drifter is chock full of all the elements that has made Eric a Roots Music star since his 2006 Alligator Records debut: great original songs, soulful guitar playing, right on singing and a tough and tight band. Sessions for this generous 18 track double disc set were recorded where Eric was

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  • Birds of Napa County

    A birds-eye view of the wine country From grebes, herons, loons, and ducks to creepers, owls, flycatchers, and sparrows, there is a liveliness to renowned illustrator Hermann Heinzel's Napa. Its playfulness, sophistication, and emotion add depth to our understanding of this place that two million people visit each year. It is more than just a convenient bird guide: it reveals a world beyond vineyards, an affirmation that there is both a beauty and a magic to the forests and rolling hills of Napa. With over

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  • Ghost Brothers of Darkland County

    From the minds of co-conspirators Stephen King, John Mellencamp and T Bone Burnett comes Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, a southern gothic supernatural musical thriller of fraternal love, lust, jealousy and revenge. This extraordinary collaboration features original music and lyrics plus key dialog excerpts performed by a stellar cast of guest artists including Elvis Costello, Rosanne Cash, Sheryl Crow, Neko Case, Taj Mahal, Ryan Bingham and Kris Kristofferson, along with actors Matthew McConaughey,

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  • Walton County Georgia (GA) (Black America)

    Situated between Atlanta and Athens, Walton County has always been a stronghold of the cotton industry. While some of the largest cotton crops in the world have emerged from its fertile fields, a strong community and storied history have come to define the county. Recognized as the site of America's last mass-lynching at Moore's Ford in 1946, Walton County has been a focal point of national attention, sparking changes that have contributed to the nation's Civil Rights movement. But it is not only this

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  • Gastonia Gallop: Cotton Mill Songs & Hillbilly Blues - Piedmont Textile Workers On Record: Gaston County, North Carolina, 1927-1931

    Gastonia Gallop provides a vivid portrait of the evolving musical traditions heard in the mill villages of Gaston County, North Carolina, during a period of swift social and cultural change. Amid this emerging modern world, with its factory whistles, clattering machines, and low-wage labor, local textile workers created a vibrant working-class music that provided the foundations for today's country music. These Gaston County string band musicians interpreted a wide range of American music, combining the

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  • Notorious Jefferson County (CO): Frontier Murder and Mayhem

    Before the Colorado Territory, this land was Jefferson Territory. Made up mostly of ranching and farming communities, early Jefferson County was the kind of place where only the stouthearted could survive. It's true that Hollywood has embellished the history of the Wild West, but that doesn't mean it wasn't actually wild. From the "psychic" Italian mother who lured an elderly woman to her death to the violent end of the McQueary-Shaffer feud in the upper Platte region, local author Carol Turner's Notorious

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  • Medicine County

    Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, the London-based duo now relocated to the backwoods of Georgia, will release their new album Medicine County (Transdreamer Records) on March 30, 2010. Regarding the move to Georgia, Holly says, 'It resembles Texas enough to keep Dave's gun collection. Future plans for the farm include moonshining, recording studio, miniature animal ranching, illegal architecture, and founding the one true church.' Their music is a lo-fi stew of blues, country and rockabilly, at once

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  • Police Officer, Suffolk County Police Dept. (SCPD)(Passbooks)

    Police Officer, Suffolk County Police Dept. (SCPD) Test study guide.

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  • The Bridges of Madison County

    The Bridges of Madison County (Original Broadway Cast Recording) is a deluxe jewel case package containing a 32-page full color booklet with lyrics, show photos, a show synopsis by Pulitzer Price and Tony-winning book writer Marsha Norman and essays by Tony-winning composer/lyricist Jason Robert Brown and renowned writer and theater critic Jesse Green. One of the most romantic novels ever written is now Broadway s most irresistible love story. Four-time Tony nominee Kelli O Hara stars with Steven Pasquale (

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  • My Benton County Hero: The Legacy of Captain Doug Morrow

    The Korean Police Action caused the 936th Field Artillery Battalion, Arkansas National Guard, to join the meat-grinder of war. Led by Captain Douglas E. Morrow, my hero, a bunch of raw Arkansas kids became known as the "shootin'est non-salutin'est group of misfits in Korea. Left to our own devices, we would have been butchered by the armies of the North Koreans and Chinese, squabbling amongst ourselves over our small town rivalries and the lingering memories of high school insults while the enemy roared in.

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  • Boundary County

    Boston-based artist Eilen Jewell puts her own beautiful stamp on old country, folk and blues and comes out sounding like the time-traveling, sweet-voiced lovechild of Bessie Smith, Gillian Welch, and The Be Good Tanyas. Her thick, warm voice and authentic country songwriting have led the Boston Herald to name her “Boston’s Americana gem.” Boundary County, inspired in part by her home state of Idaho, is Eilen's first full-length studio album. Recorded at Middleville Studio in North Reading, Massachusetts by

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