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Georgetown East Main Street Residential District

The Georgetown East Main Street Residential District is a 22 acres historic district located in Georgetown, Kentucky. The area was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1978. It included 41 contributing buildings. The district ...

Oxford Historic District (Georgetown, Kentucky)

Oxford Historic District in Georgetown, Kentucky is a historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. It includes Greek Revival and Late Victorian architecture. It is the site of a historic crossroads commun ...

South Broadway Neighborhood District

The South Broadway Neighborhood District is a historic residential area and historic district located near downtown Georgetown, Kentucky. The neighborhood was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1991. It is 93.4 acres 37.8 h ...

Golden Pond, Kentucky

Golden Pond was a town in western Trigg County, Kentucky, United States. It is now the site of the headquarters of Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, 11 miles west-southwest of Cadiz. Golden Pond was established in the 19th century ...

Baton Rouge metropolitan area

The Baton Rouge Metropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is a sprawling area surrounding the city of Baton Rouge. As of the 2010 census, the MSA had a population of 802.484, up from 705.973 in 2000. Comprising ...

Shreveport–Bossier City metropolitan area

The Shreveport–Bossier City metropolitan area, commonly known as Shreveport–Bossier City, Greater Shreveport, or sometimes Shreveport–Bossier City–Greenwood is a metropolitan statistical area in northwestern Louisiana that covers three parishes: ...

Natchez micropolitan area

The Natchez Micropolitan Statistical Area is a micropolitan area that consists of Adams County, Mississippi and Concordia Parish, Louisiana. As of the 2000 census, the μSA had a population of 54.587.

Jackson Historic District (Jackson, Louisiana)

Jackson Historic District in Jackson, Louisiana, is a historic district roughly bounded by College Street, LA 952, Horton Street and Race Street. It was deemed significant as a "surviving rural town center from the nineteenth and early twentieth ...

Alexandria metropolitan area, Louisiana

The Alexandria Metropolitan Statistical Area is a metropolitan area in central Louisiana that covers two parishes – Rapides and Grant. As of the 2000 census, the MSA had a population of 145.035.

Morrisonville, Louisiana

Morrisonville was a small town in Iberville Parish, Louisiana, United States that was contaminated with industrial pollution from a nearby Dow Chemical Company vinyl chloride factory. The towns residents - predominantly African American - were re ...

Cheniere Caminada, Louisiana

Cheniere Caminada was a fishing community located in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, that was destroyed by what is considered one of the deadliest United States hurricanes, that was unnamed but referred to as the 1893 Cheniere Caminada hurricane. Th ...

Houma – Thibodaux metropolitan area

The Houma-Thibodaux Metropolitan Statistical Area is a metropolitan area in the Acadiana region of southern Louisiana, United States that covers two parishes - Lafourche and Terrebonne. As of the 2010 census, the MSA had a population of 208.178. ...

Monroe, Louisiana metropolitan area

The Monroe Metropolitan Statistical Area is a metropolitan area in northern Louisiana that covers two parishes – Ouachita and Union. As of the 2010 census, the MSA had a population of 180.782.It is also part of the larger Monroe–Ruston–Bastrop Co ...

Boothville-Venice, Louisiana

Boothville-Venice is a former census-designated place in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, United States, which includes the unincorporated communities of Boothville, Venice, and Orchid. The population was 2.220 at the 2000 census. For the 2010 cens ...

False River, Louisiana

False River was an unincorporated community located in southern Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana, United States. It was situated near present-day New Roads and the current lake of False River.

Sherburne, Louisiana

Sherburne was founded as a logging camp and sawmill town in the 1880s on the Atchafalaya River in the Atchafalaya Basin using the abundant trees in the region. It is unknown how many residents there were and the town was abandoned in the early 19 ...

Torras, Louisiana

Torras is the name of a former town in the extreme northeastern corner of Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana, United States. The town was located along either side of the Texas & Pacific Railroad at its juncture with Lower Old River. The Mississippi ...

Bloodhound Site

The Bloodhound Site is an archaeological site in West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, United States. It was once occupied by the Tunica tribe from 1700 to 1749.

Cape Site

The Cape Site, designated Site 36.27 by the Maine Archaeological Survey, is a prehistoric archaeological site in West Leeds, Maine. Finds at the well-stratified waterfront site include ceramic fragments, stone tools, and remains of habitation dat ...

Moyer Site

Moyer Site is an historic site in Keens Mills, Maine. The site was added to the National Historic Register on November 14, 1992 and is also known as "Site #36.28, Maine Archeological Survey."

Quartz Scraper Site

The Quartz Scraper Site, designated 36.29 by the Maine Archaeological Survey, is a prehistoric archaeological site in the Keens Mills area of Turner, Maine. The site has yielded evidence of human habitation, including contact-period ceramic fragm ...

Wood Island Site

The Wood Island Site, designated site 36.37 by the Maine Archaeological Survey, is a prehistoric archaeological site in the Keens Mills area of Turner, Maine. Located on the Androscoggin River, the site includes evidence of human activity during ...

Big Black Site

The Big Black Site is an archaeological site in remote northwestern Aroostook County, Maine. The 1-acre site, located near the mouth of the Big Black River exhibits evidence of occupation and use over a period of several thousand years, ending in ...

Little Machias River

The Little Machias River is a 17.7-mile-long river in Maine. From its source in Maine Township 12, Range 7, WELS, it runs about 8 miles east to Little Machias Lake and about 9 miles southeast to its confluence with the Aroostook River in Ashland, ...

Little Madawaska River (Maine)

The Little Madawaska River is a 42.6-mile-long river in northern Maine. From its source in Maine Township 14, Range 5, WELS, it runs northeast and southeast to its confluence with the Aroostook River at Grimes Mill, about 3 miles downstream from ...

Higgins Beach

Higgins Beach is a small beach located in the state of Maine in the United States. It is located in the town of Scarborough in Cumberland County. The beach is north of Prouts Neck and Old Orchard Beach and south of Crescent Beach State Park. This ...

Gavin Watson Site

The Gavin Watson Site, designated Site 59.8 by the Maine Archaeological Survey, is a prehistoric archaeological site in Sullivan, Maine. Located on the shore of Flanders Bay, an inlet off Frenchman Bay in Down East Maine, the site is a refuse mid ...

Goddard Site

The Goddard Site is a prehistoric archaeological site in Brooklin, Maine. The site is notable for the large number of stone artifacts found, most of which were sourced at locations well removed from the area, and for the presence of worked copper ...

Pentagoet Archeological District

The Pentagoet Archeological District is a National Historic Landmark District located at the southern edge of the Bagaduce Peninsula in Castine, Maine. It is the site of Fort Pentagoet, a 17th-century fortified trading post established by fur tra ...

Dead River (Saint George River tributary)

The Dead River is a tributary of the Saint George River in the U.S. state of Maine. From the outflow of Newbert Pond in Appleton, the stream runs 3.1 miles northeast to its confluence with the Saint George River in Searsmont.

Saint George River

The Saint George River is a river in Maine with a watershed of 225 square miles in a unique and historic area of mountains, sea coast, lakes, tidal streams and inlets. The origin of the Saint George River is the outflow of Saint George Lake in Li ...

Damariscotta Shell Midden Historic District

The Damariscotta Shell Midden Historic District encompasses a significant collection of shell middens along the Damariscotta River in Lincoln County, Maine. It includes eleven middens in all, including the well-known Whaleback Shell Midden and th ...

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