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Lewis Anderson (surgeon)

                                               

USS Nita (1856)

USS Nita was a captured Confederate steamer acquired by the Union Navy from the prize court during the American Civil War. She was put into service by the Union Navy to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from tradi ...

                                               

Independence-class littoral combat ships

                                               

Alabama State Route 163

State Route 163 is a 11.104-mile state highway that serves as a north-south connection between Mobile and Theodore through Mobile County. SR 163 intersects SR 193 at its southern terminus and US 90 at its northern terminus.

                                               

Interstate 10 in Alabama

Interstate 10 is a part of the Interstate Highway System that runs from Santa Monica, California, to Jacksonville, Florida. In Alabama, the Interstate Highway runs 66.269 miles from the Mississippi state line near Grand Bay east to the Florida st ...

                                               

Interstate 65 in Alabama

Interstate 65 meanders across 366 miles of the Alabama countryside linking six of the states ten largest cities. The highway links together many important roadways that make commerce inside and outside of the states boundaries possible. It starts ...

                                               

Interstate 165 (Alabama)

Interstate 165 is a spur from I-65 that provides access to Mobile, Alabama. It travels for approximately 5.07 miles from Water Street in downtown Mobile north to I-65 in Prichard. As it is, I-165 terminates into Water Street which itself terminat ...

                                               

U.S. Route 45 in Alabama

In the U.S. state of Alabama, U.S. Route 45 is a 60-mile-long north–south United States Highway in the east south central state of Alabama. It travels from Mobile to the Mississippi state line, just east of State Line, Mississippi. The highways s ...

                                               

The Wave Transit System

The Wave Transit System is the operator of public transportation in Mobile, Alabama, operated by the City of Mobile. Eleven local routes service the city and suburban regions, while the modal trolley provides downtown shuttle service. Crossbay se ...

                                               

Montgomery Air National Guard Base

The base has previously been known as Gunter Army Airfield Auxiliary #6 and is still sometimes known as Dannelly Field. The roots of the 187th Fighter Wing date back to 1952 when the Alabama Air National Guard organized the 160th Tactical Reconna ...

                                               

Montgomery Regional Airport

Montgomery Regional Airport is a civil-military airport seven miles southwest of Montgomery, the capital of Alabama. Owned by the Montgomery Airport Authority, it is used for general aviation and military aviation, and sees three airlines. The Fe ...

                                               

Renaissance Montgomery Hotel & Spa at the Convention Center

The Renaissance Montgomery Hotel & Spa at the Convention Center is a four star hotel located in Montgomery, Alabama. The Hotel is attached to the citys convention center and the 1800 seat Montgomery Performing Arts Center. The 12 story building i ...

                                               

RSA Dexter Avenue Building

The RSA Dexter Avenue Building is a high rise building located in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. The building is the third tallest building in the city, behind 60 Commerce Street and the RSA Tower. It is home to offices and a state of the ar ...

                                               

RSA Plaza

The RSA Plaza is an office building in Montgomery, Alabama. It was one of the first office buildings built by Retirement Systems of Alabama in the city. It contains office, storage, and event space.

                                               

Scott Street Firehouse

The Scott Street Firehouse in Montgomery, Alabama, was built in 1889. The originally Late Victorian building was renovated after 1900. It was built when Montgomery had expanded up the hill, so that horses would not have to haul equipment uphill. ...

                                               

History of Montgomery, Alabama

Montgomery, Alabama, was incorporated in 1819, as a merger of two towns situated along the Alabama River. It became the state capital in 1846. In February 1861, Montgomery was selected as the first capital of the Confederate States of America, un ...

                                               

19th century in Montgomery, Alabama

                                               

Activists from Montgomery, Alabama

                                               

Highways in Montgomery, Alabama

                                               

Alabama State Route 110

State Route 110 is a 32.257-mile-long state highway in the central part of the U.S. state of Alabama. The western terminus of the highway is at an intersection with SR 126 within sight of the Interstate 85 and U.S. Route 80 interchange in the eas ...

                                               

Alabama State Route 271

State Route 271 is a 6.5-mile-long route that serves as a connection between U.S. Route 82/U.S. Route 231 and Interstate 85 in Montgomery, Alabama.

                                               

Cottage Hill Historic District

The Cottage Hill Historic District is a 42-acre historic district in Montgomery, Alabama. It is roughly bounded by Goldthwaite, Maxwell, Holt, and Clayton streets and contains 116 contributing buildings, the majority of them in the Queen Anne sty ...

                                               

Garden District (Montgomery, Alabama)

The Garden District is a 315-acre historic district in Montgomery, Alabama. Garden District is roughly bounded by Norman Bridge Road, Court Street, Jeff Davis Avenue, and Fairview Avenue. It contains 678 contributing buildings with architecture i ...

                                               

Skyhouse Nashville

Skyhouse is a 25-story rental apartment building located at 17th Avenue South and Broadway in Nashville, Tennessee. The building was developed jointly by Atlanta-based companies Novare Group and Batson-Cook Development, with Batson-Cook Construct ...

                                               

Hospitals in Nashville, Tennessee

                                               

Old Hickory Boulevard

Old Hickory Boulevard is a historic road that encircles Nashville, Tennessee. Originally the road, aided by ferries, formed an unbroken loop around the city. Today, it is interrupted by lakes and rerouted sections.

                                               

Interstate 24 in Tennessee

                                               

Interstate 265 (Tennessee)

Interstate 65 runs from Ardmore north in Tennessee to just south of Franklin, Kentucky, forming part of the national highway, which goes from Mobile, Alabama, to Gary, Indiana. In Tennessee the highways official name is the Albert Arnold Gore Sr. ...

                                               

Interstate 265 (Tennessee)

                                               

Interstate 440 (Tennessee)

Interstate 440 is a 7.64-mile-long auxiliary loop interstate highway in Davidson County, Tennessee which serves as a southern bypass for downtown Nashville. Interstate 440 is also known locally as the Four-Forty Parkway. I-440 connects to I-40, I ...

                                               

Nashville and Eastern Railroad

The Nashville and Eastern Railroad is a short line railroad which administers 137 miles of track between Nashville, Tennessee and Monterey, Tennessee, of which 130 miles are currently operational. The company is based in Lebanon, Tennessee. Nashv ...

                                               

Tennessee State Route 6

State Route 6 is an unsigned north–south state highway in Middle Tennessee, running from the Alabama state line in Lawrence County to the Kentucky state line in Sumner County. The designation can be found on mileposts, however.

                                               

Tennessee State Route 24

State Route 24 is a "hidden" west–east state highway in Tennessee, as it coincides with U.S. Route 70 and U.S. Route 70N for its entire duration from Nashville to Crossville. The road begins in western Nashville and ends in Crossville. It runs al ...

                                               

Tennessee State Route 45

State Route 45 is a west–east route in Davidson County, Tennessee. It connects US 431 in Whites Creek with I-40 in Hermitage.

                                               

Tennessee State Route 96

State Route 96 is an east–west highway in Middle Tennessee. The road begins in Dickson and ends in Granville. The current length is 128.2 mi. Along its path it goes through 10 counties. Locals mostly refer to it as Highway 96.

                                               

Tennessee State Route 106

State Route 106 is a north–south state highway in Middle Tennessee. The highway runs concurrently with U.S. Route 431 for much of its course as it is a secret, or hidden, designation since US 431 was extended into Tennessee and Kentucky from Alab ...

                                               

Tennessee State Route 112

State Route 112 is a west-east state highway in Middle Tennessee. The state route runs concurrently with US 41A for its entire course as it is a secret, or hidden, designation since US 41A was first designated onto the roadway. Specifically, it t ...

                                               

Tennessee State Route 174

State Route 174 is a secondary east–west state highway in northern Middle Tennessee. It traverses northern Davidson and much of Sumner counties.

                                               

Tennessee State Route 251

SR 251 begins in rural Cheatham County at an intersection with SR 249 Sams Creek Road/River Road south of Ashland City. It winds its way southeast along the banks of the Cumberland River as River Road to cross into Davidson County. It continues s ...

                                               

Tennessee State Route 386

State Route 386 is a major east-west state route located in Davidson and Sumner Counties in Tennessee. It is known as Vietnam Veterans Boulevard, and serves as a bypass for U.S. Highway 31E and a connector to Hendersonville and Gallatin from Nash ...

                                               

U.S. Route 70S

U.S. Route 70S is an alternate to U.S. Route 70 between the western part of Nashville, Tennessee, and Sparta, Tennessee. It runs concurrent with US 70 for several blocks in downtown Nashville. The highway follows Murfreesboro Pike from Nashville ...

                                               

U.S. Route 431 in Tennessee

U.S. Route 431 in Tennessee totals an estimated 116 miles through Lincoln, Marshall, Maury, Williamson, Davidson, and Robertson Counties in Middle Tennessee.

                                               

Commercial Trust Company Building

The Commercial Trust Company Building, also known locally as the Anvil Building, and now The Apartments at Anvil Place, is a historic commercial building at 55 West Main Street in downtown New Britain, Connecticut. Built in 1927, it is a distinct ...

                                               

Downtown New Britain station

Downtown New Britain is a bus rapid transit station and the terminus of the CTfastrak line, located just south of Route 72 off Columbus Boulevard and Main Street in New Britain, Connecticut. It opened with the line on March 28, 2015. The station ...

                                               

Sacred Heart Parish (New Britain, Connecticut)

Sacred Heart Parish - designated for Polish immigrants in New Britain, Connecticut, United States. Founded on August 10, 1894. It is one of the oldest Polish-American Roman Catholic parishes in New England in the Archdiocese of Hartford.

                                               

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church (New Britain, Connecticut)

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church is a historic former church building at 69 Main Street in New Britain, Connecticut. Built in 1891 to a design by Amos P. Cutting, it is a distinctive local example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. Now a ...

                                               

Coochs Bridge

Coochs Bridge is a historic district located at Old Baltimore Pike, Newark, Delaware, and is the site of the 1777 Battle of Coochs Bridge. While there are several modern bridges near the site of the battle, the original bridge was in poor shape i ...

                                               

Newark Transit Hub

The Newark Transit Hub is a bus terminal located in the city of Newark in New Castle County, Delaware. The transit hub serves DART First State buses, with service provided by seven local bus routes serving New Castle County. In addition to DART F ...

                                               

Thomas Phillips Mill Complex

Thomas Phillips Mill Complex is a historic mill complex located at Newark in New Castle County, Delaware. The complex includes a late 18th-century mill owners house, a circa mid-19th-century millers house, and a grist mill that was initially cons ...

                                               

Houses in Newark, Delaware

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