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History spans a wide period of time. Finding information about historical events online is tricky. Cut down your search time significantly by checking out the nicely themed sites listed below.

 

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   James Monroe Quotes Preview Go
James Monroe Quotes. The man that gave us the Monrow Doctrine, in his own words.
   Railroad Stations of Connecticut Preview Go
There are many train stations in Connecticut. Some have been rebuilt. Some are no longer used and have been converted to other uses. Some have restaurants in them or close by. Some even have trains stopping at them. Find out about them. We have a lot of their pictures too.
   Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railway Preview Go
Original purpose of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western was to bring Scranton to the world. In the process, it became a major trunkline. It was a very important link for commuters in New Jersey. Lackawanna had a 34-mile branch to Ithaca. It ran between Owego on the DL&W main line and the college town of Ithaca on Cayuga Lake. It had important branches to Utica and to Syracuse to Oswego. It even had a branch to the resort community of Richfield Springs.


   Abandoned Railroads Around the United States Preview Go
Here are some of the abandoned railroads in the United States: New York, Adirondacks, New England, Mid West. Lots of great history about these old former railroads.
   Railroader Biographies Preview Go
Biographies of several important individuals connected to railroads or mass transit: George Alpert, Robert Young, John W. Barriger, Van Swerigen brothers, Robert Moses.
   The Poughkeepsie Bridge after the 1974 Fire Preview Go
The Maybrook Line was important to New England before the advent of Penn Central and before the Poughkeepsie Bridge burned. This piece of the railroad carried freight from Maybrook Yard, across the Poughkeepsie Bridge to Hopewell Junction where it joined a line from Beacon. The railroad then went to Brewster, then Danbury, and finally to Cedar Hill Yard in New Haven. See the effects of this fire on Eastern Railroading. Follow progress on the new WalkWay Over the Hudson.
   Selkirk, Castleton, Albany and Hudson River Preview Go
The New York Central Railroad's Castleton Cutoff, Hudson River Connecting Railroad, railroads around Albany, bridges across the Hudson River, and the Selkirk Rail Yard. Plus Just Around the Corner by Bertrande H. Snell.
   The First Royal Regiment of Foote Preview Go
We are a group of individuals and families that have a love for history, research, and "living" the history. Our group has approximately 20 men at arms, and 15 women and children, based in the St Louis, MO, 8 men in Ontario, 2 in Vermont and 12 in Chicago.
   Are Post World War II Subdivisions Worth Preserving? Preview Go
This website includes photographs of Post World War II houses in Tempe, Arizona and a graph of the Tempe's growth from 1940 to 1960. This website contains a paper in support of preserving certain Post World War II subdivisions, as well as the National Register Bulletin on Suburban Development. This website provides educational resources and suggested readings for Post WWII history and architecture.
   Highlander's Mistress Castle -- Stephanie Morosi Preview Go
Recipes , History & Architecture -- mainly churches, Medieval organizations , Literature, Movies , traditions and family roles, Religion & Science -- how religion and science played a role in medieval times






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