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A slang term for documentation indicating that a debt is owed.
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A historic marker has been placed here, and as of this writing there are plans to possibly renovate the park's remains as part of a neighborhood revitalization plan.
CUTLINE: (1) Belmont Hospital Laboratory, 251 Belmont St/Skyline Drive (2) Historic Marker at Belmont Street and Shrewsbury Street (3) Bentley-Jackson Cottage, 9 Earle Street (4) Rufus Chase House & Carriahe House, 114 Austin Street (5) Fitts Cottage, 32 Castle Street (6) Worcester State Hospital: Clock Tower Building & Hooper Turret, 305 Belmont Street (7) 41, 43, and 45 Lancaster Street (8) S.D.
One of the most visited events in Natchez the Spring Pilgrimage attracts thousands every March to tour over 30 antebellum homes, most of which are national historic markers. The six-week event is such a great attraction, a smaller pilgrimage was created for the fall as well.
Roadside New Mexico: A Guide to Historic Markers, Revised and Expanded Edition
Now in a revised and expanded edition structured alphabetically for ease of use, Roadside New Mexico: A Guide to Historic Markers lists 494 distinctive markers that share information about New Mexico's geological features, history, and notable people.
Or stroll along the promenade enjoying historic markers while taking in the stunning mansions.
The DME Oman benchmark is used to price the entire production volumes of both Oman and Dubai crudes, the historic markers for the east of Suez.
While not a part of the historic designation, there are other historic markers along the road, such as the grave of John Templeton Craig - who, along with John Latta, built the original wagon road in the 1860s and 1870s that preceded the highway.
I was constantly crisscrossing their historic markers and the rivers they slogged through.
BOOKS: Teaching What Really Happened (Teachers College Press, 2010); Sundown Towns (The New Press, 2005); Lies Across America: What Our Historic Markers and Monuments Get Wrong (The New Press, 1999); Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your High School History Textbook Got Wrong (The New Press, 1995); The Truth About Columbus (The New Press, 1992); co-author, Mississippi: Conflict and Change (Pantheon Books, 1974); and The Mississippi Chinese: Between Black and White (Harvard University Press, 1971).

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