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Erica (Dushoin) Krick
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
 
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Ernest Boudreau
Ernest Boudreau
 
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Ernie and Rosealie Boudreau
Ernie and Rosealie Boudreau
 
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Esther Finette (Ward) Turner and her son Aubrey
Esther Finette (Ward) Turner and her son Aubrey
 
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Esther Kellogg (Mayo) Ward
Esther Kellogg (Mayo) Ward
(1814-1895)
 
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Esther Kellogg (Mayo) Ward
Esther Kellogg (Mayo) Ward
(1814-1895)
 
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Ethel (McMichael) Brindle
Ethel (McMichael) Brindle
 
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Everett Daniel Ward
Everett Daniel Ward
 
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Everett Daniel Ward when younger
Everett Daniel Ward when younger
 
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Fleck Family
Fleck Family
Children seated: unknown Adults seated: Jacob Fishburn Hoy, Mollie Fleck, Martin Luther Fleck and wife, Massey Fleck, Henrietta Hoy Adults standing: Stuart Fleck, Alice Fleck and her husband, Bell Herman, Ab - Coral Faulkenbery originally shared this on 01 Aug 2015
 
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Florence Nightingale Medal
Florence Nightingale Medal


Wikipedia on Florence Nightingale Medal
 
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Fort Beauséjour
Fort Beauséjour
Fort Beauséjour (French pronunciation: ​[fɔʁ boseʒuʁ]) is a large five-bastioned star fort on the Isthmus of Chignecto, a neck of land connecting present-day New Brunswick with Nova Scotia, Canada. The site was strategically important in Acadia, a French colony that included parts of what is now Quebec, The Maritimes, and northern Maine. It was built by the French from 1751 to 1752. It was surrendered to the British in 1755 after the Battle of Fort Beauséjour and renamed Fort Cumberland. The fort played an important role in the Anglo-French rivalry of 1749-63 and in the 1776 Battle of Fort Cumberland when sympathizers of the American Revolution were repulsed.
 
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Fragment of relief showing Shoshenq I and a woman whose name has been lost—but might be queen Karomama
Fragment of relief showing Shoshenq I and a woman whose name has been lost—but might be queen Karomama
 
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Fran Boudreau
Fran Boudreau
 
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Frances (Gladwin) Hunsicker
Frances (Gladwin) Hunsicker
 
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Francis Gladwin
Francis Gladwin
 
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Francis Gladwin
Francis Gladwin
He did the wood carving he is leaning on.
 
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Frank and Mary Ann (Boehm) Pschirer
Frank and Mary Ann (Boehm) Pschirer
 
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Frank W. Burnett
Frank W. Burnett
 
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Frederick Enthroned
Frederick Enthroned
 
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Frederick I Barbarossa
Frederick I Barbarossa
 
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Frederick Moses Flanders
Frederick Moses Flanders
(1828-1900)
 
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Funeral Mask of Sheshonq II
Funeral Mask of Sheshonq II
 
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Gabriel Fleck
Gabriel Fleck
 
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Gabriel Fleck
Gabriel Fleck
 
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Geneviève Godin
Geneviève Godin
 
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Geoffrey Chaucer
Geoffrey Chaucer
 
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Geoffrey Plantagenent
Geoffrey Plantagenent
 
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George Alvin Brindle
George Alvin Brindle
 
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George and Jane (Sherwin) Eddy
George and Jane (Sherwin) Eddy
 
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George Edward Rowe
George Edward Rowe
(1856-1900)
Jennie Flander's second husband
 
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George Harding
George Harding
 
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George Lotz
George Lotz
Taken about 1880
 
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George Noble Parents
George Noble Parents
 
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George Washington Goodell
George Washington Goodell
 
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Georges Godin and Marceline Albert
Georges Godin and Marceline Albert
circa 1910
 
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Gerald and Angelina (Boudreau) Chaisson
Gerald and Angelina (Boudreau) Chaisson
 
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Gertrude Geyerstanger Schultz
Gertrude Geyerstanger Schultz
 
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Gisela of Swabia
Gisela of Swabia
 
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Gladwin Family
Gladwin Family
(standing back row from left) Ellen Rachel, Neonetta, Anna, Mary (seated from left) Stephen Cooper, Sarah Jane Cooper, Sarah Jane, Frances, Francis
 
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Gladys (Gladwin) (Roy) Bindbeutel
Gladys (Gladwin) (Roy) Bindbeutel
 
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Gladys (Gladwin) and Leo J. Roy
Gladys (Gladwin) and Leo J. Roy
 
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Godin Family
Godin Family
 
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Gold Tremissis of Duke Sico
Gold Tremissis of Duke Sico
The inscription is SICO PRINCES, Duke Sico
 
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Goldie and Hewitt Ferrenberg
Goldie and Hewitt Ferrenberg
 
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Grace Ella (Ward) French
Grace Ella (Ward) French
 
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Gravestone of Mary (Moore) Fleck
Gravestone of Mary (Moore) Fleck
 
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Great Seal of Stephen of Blois
Great Seal of Stephen of Blois
 
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Hannah Green Putt
Hannah Green Putt
 
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Harold III 'Bluetooth', King of Denmark and Norway
Harold III "Bluetooth", King of Denmark and Norway
 
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Harrison Greene and Family
Harrison Greene and Family
 
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Harrison Greene with his daughter
Harrison Greene with his daughter
 
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Harry E. Myers
Harry E. Myers
 
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Harry Lincoln Woodman
Harry Lincoln Woodman
(1880-1968)
 
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Harry Woodman as a Baby
Harry Woodman as a Baby
 
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Harry Woodman in his youth
Harry Woodman in his youth
 
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Harry Woodman's High School Graduation Picture
Harry Woodman's High School Graduation Picture
 
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Hearthstone of Woodman Garrison, 1659-1896
Hearthstone of Woodman Garrison, 1659-1896
 
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Helen M J Brindle
Helen M J Brindle
 
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Henry II argues with Thomas Becket
Henry II argues with Thomas Becket
 
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Henry III, King of England
Henry III, King of England
 
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Henry of Burgundy
Henry of Burgundy
 
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Henry of Speyer
Henry of Speyer
 
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Henry the Lion
Henry the Lion
 
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Herbert J. Woodman
Herbert J. Woodman
(1848-1892)
 
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High School Senior Photo of Robert Roy
High School Senior Photo of Robert Roy
 
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Hildegarde of Burgundy
Hildegarde of Burgundy
 
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Hill Evangelical Lutheran Church
Hill Evangelical Lutheran Church
This historic church was founded by Pastor John Casper Stoever in 1733. The church campus is situated on a scenic elevated multiple acre parcel that overlooks the Lebanon Valley.
 
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Historical Marker of the Orange Pound
Historical Marker of the Orange Pound
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
ORANGE
INCORPORATED
FEB. 24, 1810

ORANGE TOWN POUND
BUILT MID 1700'S

USED TO HOLD STRAY FARM
ANIMALS UNTIL CLAIMED BY
THEIR OWNERS. A FEE WAS
PAID FOR THEIR RELEASE.
MOST COLONIAL TOWNS HAD
A POUND; THIS IS ONE OF
VERY FEW STILL STANDING.

ERECTED BY
ORANGE BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION
 
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Home of John and Priscilla Alden
Home of John and Priscilla Alden
 
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Homestead of Richard Haven
Homestead of Richard Haven
The above is a faithful picture of a very ancient house, which was owned by Richard Haven, who settled here as early as 1640. In later years it was known as the Hart house, the last occupant of the name being Joseph Hart, a farmer, who died in 1806.
It was taken down, transported to Reservoir Hill, and there consumed in a sort of sacrificial bonfire on the morning of the Centennial Day of the Republic—July 4, 1876.
 
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Howard Whelpley
Howard Whelpley
 
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Hugh le Despenser the Younger
Hugh le Despenser the Younger
 
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Ida and Knights
Ida and Knights
 
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Inscription on William's Tomb
Inscription on William's Tomb
 
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Irene Eddy
Irene Eddy
 
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Isabella of Angoulême's Tomb
Isabella of Angoulême's Tomb
 
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Isabella of Castile, Duchess of York
Isabella of Castile, Duchess of York
 
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Isabella of France
Isabella of France
 
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Isabella of France Arriving in England for her Marriage to Edward II
Isabella of France Arriving in England for her Marriage to Edward II
 
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J. Howard Lotz
J. Howard Lotz
 
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Jack Scully
Jack Scully
 
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Jacob Dushion
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
 
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James and Ida Geiger
James and Ida Geiger
 
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James Butler
James Butler
 
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James Schultz
James Schultz
 
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James T. Ziegenfuss Jr., Ph.D.
James T. Ziegenfuss Jr., Ph.D.
 
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Jane (Boudreau) Spofford and her Family
Jane (Boudreau) Spofford and her Family
 
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Janice (Woodman) Farmer
Janice (Woodman) Farmer
 
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Japanese Order of the Precious Crown
Japanese Order of the Precious Crown

Wikipedia on Order of the Precious Crown
 
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Jennifer (Myers) Roy
Jennifer (Myers) Roy
 
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Jeremiah Ambrose Krick
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
 
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Jeremy Whelpley
Jeremy Whelpley
 
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Joan of Kent
Joan of Kent
This is the only known likeness
 
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Joan, Countess of Ponthieu
Joan, Countess of Ponthieu
 
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Jody Ann (Boudreau) Roy
Jody Ann (Boudreau) Roy
 
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John and Gladys (Gladwin) Bindbeutel
John and Gladys (Gladwin) Bindbeutel
 
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John and Priscilla Alden
John and Priscilla Alden
 
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John Balliol, King of Scotland, offers homage to King Edward I of England
John Balliol, King of Scotland, offers homage to King Edward I of England
 
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John Boyle Langan
John Boyle Langan
 

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