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  A History of the Brandywine Tomatoes by Craig LeHoullier - Victory Seed Company
Brandywine is a large fruited (most fruit in the one pound range), potato leaf, pink heirloom tomato that has taken on legendary status due to its potentially superb flavor.
The key question is whether Brandywine was a family heirloom that arose from a commercial variety via selection, or was brought from overseas.
Red Brandywine first appeared in the 1984 yearbook, but was a mis-listing of the pink potato leaf variety from Ben Quisenberry ("Brandywine" itself).
www.victoryseeds.com /information/craig_brandywine.html   (2186 words)

  
 Brandywine Battlefield - TheBrandywine.com: Your guide to the Brandywine Valley
The Brandywine Battlefield visitors center, just off Route 1 at Chadds Ford, is set amidst 50 acres of rolling park and woodlands.
The Battle of Brandywine and the American Revolution are presented in the park's modern Visitor Center.
The Battle of Brandywine, an account of the battle published by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
www.thebrandywine.com /attractions/battle.html   (728 words)

  
 Brandywine's 25th
Brandywine has enabled over 200 artists-in-residence, including Romare Bearden, John Dowell Jr., Edgar Heap of Birds, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski and Howardina Pindell, to make over 300,000 prints.
Brandywine's 1997 Lifetime Achievement Award, which is given to non-artists who have advanced opportunities for young artists of color, will go to Meyer "Pat" Potamkin, a noted patron of Philadelphia arts and civic organizations.
Brandywine Workshop: Twenty-five Years of American Printmaking, 60 prints from Brandywine's collection of work produced in its own studio, includes work by Sam Gilliam, Bettye Saar, Samella Lewis, John T. Scott, Robert Blackburn, Camille Billops and E.J. Montgomery, who will attend a special VIP reception on Friday, Oct. 17.
www.citypaper.net /articles/101797/pick.art.brandywine.shtml   (313 words)

  
 Brandywine, battle of the on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
The creek, formed by two small branches in SE Pennsylvania, flows southeast to join, near Wilmington, Del., the Christina River, which empties into the Delaware.
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www.encyclopedia.com /html/B/Brandywi.asp   (355 words)

  
 Brandywine River   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
The Lenni Lenape Indians lived next to the Brandywine Creek because of the access to the water and all its benefits and the nature surrounding it, including fishing, hunting, and growing crops.
America lost the Battle of Brandywine but it was still an important battle during the Revolutionary War.
This was because the Brandywine Creek ran throughout the county, crossing many roads.
cfpms.ucf.k12.pa.us /uhistory/brandywine.html   (497 words)

  
 GoSki Ohio - Boston Mills/Brandywine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Brandywine was also developed in 1963, by a group headed by Harold Stoneman, developer of Mont Chalet Ski Area in Chesterland, for $300,000.
Brandywine opened for the 1963/64 ski season with an uphill capacity of 4,800 skiers per hour.
The Ludwigs purchased Brandywine from the Dovers in 1990.
www.goski.com /resorts/rusaoh/boston.htm   (2707 words)

  
 Brandywine School District - ARTS AND ENRICHMENT
Brandywine's arts programs are recognized regionally for their excellence, and Brandywine students can begin participation in band in the fourth grade.
District-wide, Brandywine students are involved in a variety of student organizations, many of which are focused on developing character, leadership and community service.
Brandywine students have opportunities to benefit from several intercultural exchange programs, which in the past have included exchanges with students from Torgau, Germany and Lorenzo, Spain.
www.bsd.k12.de.us /programs/arts_enrichment.htm   (333 words)

  
 Heirloom Tomato Stories – part 1: Brandywine and company – what we know, and what we don’t (one person’s ...
Brandywine – indeterminate, pink fruited, large fruit, oblate shape, some green shoulders, some ribbed shoulders, some cracking, yield can range from how to relatively high, potato leaf, meaty, flavor from insipid to superb.
OTV Brandywine (first listed 1997, stabilized from Carolyn Male from a cross of Yellow Brandywine that appeared in my garden – it is a potato leaf, large fruited orange red tomato of excellent flavor).
Brandywine, Glick’s Strain (3 listings, original introducer Darrell Merrill, who got from William W Weaver, claims it is the original Brandywine, via Glick in Gap, orig.
nctomatoman.topcities.com /Articles/Brandywine_History.htm   (2245 words)

  
 Brandywine
A male selection, 'Brandywine' can be used in the landscape without fear of generating undesirable weedy seedlings.
'Brandywine' is oval in shape and exhibits significant tolerance to leafhopper, one of the major pests of landscape red maples.
'Brandywine' resulted from a 1982 cross of Acer rubrum 'October Glory' and A.
www.usna.usda.gov /Newintro/brandyw1.html   (373 words)

  
 Brandywine Battlefield: Welcome
The Brandywine Battlefield Park brings to life the largest engagement of the Revolutionary War, fought on September 11, 1777, between the Continental Army led by General George Washington and the British forces headed by General William Howe.
Brandywine Battlefield Park is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission in cooperation with the Brandywine Battlefield Park Associates.
Thanks to Nancy Webster for permitting elements of her Brandywine Driving Tour to be used in the creation of the online version.
www.ushistory.org /brandywine/brandywine.htm   (335 words)

  
 Alternative Investment and Hedge Fund Programs-Brandywine Asset Management   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Brandywine Asset Management was an early pioneer of absolute return investing, with a heritage dating back to 1979.
Brandywine Asset Management is an absolute return hedge fund manager seeking to produce absolute returns that are independent of either bull or bear markets.
Access to hedge fund information on Brandywine’s Web site is available only to accredited investors who have registered and obtained a Login Name and Password.
www.brandywine.com   (168 words)

  
 Brandywine River Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Instead of trying to replicate encyclopedic collections of other museums, the Brandywine River Museum focuses its collections and exhibitions on American art of the 19th and 20th centuries and primarily art related to the heritage of its region.
In 1971, the Brandywine River Museum opened in the mill, which had been converted by architect James R. Grieves in harmony with the surrounding landscape and the region's history and art.
The staff of the Brandywine Conservancy selects plants that provide a succession of bloom from early Spring through the first frost, and each plant is located in a setting akin to its natural habitat: woodland, wetland, floodplain, or meadow.
www.tfaoi.com /newsmu/nmus82.htm   (1536 words)

  
 Brandywine River Museum
The Brandywine River Museum collects and preserves American art with primary emphasis on the art history of the Brandywine Valley, on American landscape and still life painting, and on illustration.
Since 1971, when it was founded, the museum's collections have grown to more than 3,000 works of art by hundreds of artists and thousands of other objects in the N.C. Wyeth House and Studio.
Still life painting also has strong roots in the Brandywine region, particularly trompe l'oeil or "fool the eye" painting that was popular in the late 19th century.
www.brandywinemuseum.org /collect.html#Wyeths   (887 words)

  
 Brandywine Estates Home Page
With fine architecture, strict covenants and minimum requirements of 1,700 square feet of heated space, houses in Brandywine are roomy and blend with nature.
Brandywine Estates is located 1 mile west of highway 431 on Highway 165, Phenix City, AL.
An established neighborhood with the recent announcement of Phase III, it is not too late to secure your place in Brandywine Estates.
www.brandywine-estates.com   (198 words)

  
 Brandywine Conservancy's Environmental Management Center: NEWS
The agreement is an important victory to all who use, live near, or are effected by the Brandywine River, including the City of Wilmington which relies on the Brandywine as its main water supply.
The Brandywine Defense Coalition, consisting of the Brandywine Conservancy, the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, East Brandywine Township, the Sierra Club, Wallace Township, and community residents challenged the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protectionís (DEP) approval of the permit applications filed by PSWC for the project.
The Upper East Branch of Brandywine River is valued highly by residents of Chester County and beyond for its role in supporting a rich diversity of birds, wildlife and aquatic life and for also providing recreational opportunities.
www.brandywineconservancy.org /news_2003/news_006.html   (862 words)

  
 Welcome to Brandywine Asset Management, LLC.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
At Brandywine Asset Management we are very proud to be known as both a pioneer and a leader in the field of Value Investing.
Brandywine Investment Professionals have a deep commitment to understanding our clients' needs and exceeding their expectations.
A finding of Brandywine Asset Management's academic research which concludes that excess returns can be captured through investing in relatively lower-valued securities.
www.brandywine-online.com   (224 words)

  
 Brandywine Zoo - Donate
The Brandywine Zoo depends on people like you for support of its commitment to providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for the visitor and a better future for all living things.
The Brandywine Zoo's A.D.O.P.T. (Animals Depend On People Too) program invites individuals, school groups, businesses, and civic and service organizations to "adopt" a Zoo animal for a year.
Donations may be made payable to the Delaware Zoological Society and sent directly to the Brandywine Zoo to the attention of the zoo director.
www.brandywinezoo.org /donate.html   (551 words)

  
 Brandywine Books
Brandywine Books is a news blog about books and book-related things with occasional diversions about coffee and tea.
The name, Brandywine, comes from the river of the same name, which runs to west of Buckland on the east side of Tolkien's Shire.
Brandywine Books is written by Phil Wade, a Chattanoogan living in Ringgold, Georgia, and by Lars Walker, an author living in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
brandywinebooks.blogspot.com   (5195 words)

  
 Brandywine Apartments - Brandywine is one of the best choices for off-campus living for students, staff, and faculty of ...
Brandywine Apartments - Brandywine is one of the best choices for off-campus living for students, staff, and faculty of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
In addition, the Guarantor guarantees to pay for any repairs, or for other damages caused to said apartment, or to any common areas for which said tenant is responsible, or could be held liable.
The Guarantor understands that he/she is jointly and severally liable for all rent or damages to and for said apartment and common areas.
www.brandywine-apts.com /forms2/cosigner.html   (236 words)

  
 AFP Homepage
AFP - Brandywine Chapter, founded in 1985, has more than 150 members representing educational institutions, the arts, health and human services and environmental agencies.
The mission of AFP - Brandywine Chapter is to advance the profession of fundraising and the institution of philanthropy for the public good.
The Chapter serves the communities of the Brandywine Valley, including but not limited to Delaware, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Eastern Maryland, and Southwestern New Jersey.
www.afp-brandywine.org   (195 words)

  
 Battle of Brandywine
The latter chose the Brandywine River in Chadds Ford.
The Continentals reached the Brandywine on the 9th and camped on its east side.
Washington positioned his troops on the high ground east of the Brandywine River, a natural barrier and an excellent defensive position with advantageous high ground behind and thickly wooded slopes offering concealment.
www.chaddsfordhistory.org /history/battle.htm   (1539 words)

  
 Brandywine River Museum, Andrew Wyeth, N.C. Wyeth, wyeth
Brandywine River Museum, Andrew Wyeth, N.C. Wyeth, wyeth
Exhibiting American art in a 19th-century grist mill, the Brandywine River Museum is internationally known for its unparalleled collection of works by three generations of Wyeths and its fine collection of American illustration, still life and landscape painting.
This site is for personal, educational, non-commercial use only and may not be reproduced in any form without the express permission of the Brandywine Conservancy.
www.brandywinemuseum.org   (89 words)

  
 History of Brandywine, Maryland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Brandywine is in "Marlboro Country" and Other Historical Notes
Plan for Brandywine City in late 19th century (This is a large file, so could take a minute to be fully visible in your browser.)
Pope's Creek History a history of the railroad that goes through Brandywine; photos of the present day railroad can be seen on the Pope's Creek Railfan Guide also.
www.brandywinemd.com /history.html   (209 words)

  
 The Battle of Brandywine
In the Battle of Brandywine, General Sir William Howe was the British commander and General George Washington was the American commander.
Howe landed near the Brandywine Creek, which became the place of opportunity for Americans to make their first real effort to stop the enemy advance toward Philadelphia.
Colonel Moses Hazen sent word from Jones’ Ford to Chadd's that an enemy column was marching to the forks of the Brandywine.
darter.ocps.net /classroom/revolution/brandyw.htm   (1158 words)

  
 Brandywine Design Quilts welcomes you
From traditional appliqué to simple pieced quilts, Brandywine Design has a wonderful selection of patterns and books for all quilt lovers.
Brandywine Design is temporarily suspending our shopping cart and online ordering.
You must be a re-seller of quilt books and patterns in order to purchase at wholesale prices.
www.brandywine-design.com   (211 words)

  
 Newark Hotels: Hilton Wilmington Christiana Brandywine Valley Newark Delaware DE hotels lodging suites vacations ...
What better way to celebrate America's beautiful countryside than with a visit to Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley's cultural and historic attractions.
Brandywine Valley is home to such internationally renowned attractions as Longwood Gardens, Hagley Museum, and Winterthur Museum, an American Country Estate.
It is also the starting point of the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail, a group of local family owned wineries that are sure to delight the senses with their nationally acclaimed wines.
www.hiltonestate.com   (305 words)

  
 Hike to Brandywine Summit
Brandywine is one of the best summer hikes along the Whistler corridor.
Brandywine is 7,314 ft., so at the end of the hike, you look down on Fee.
We are going to the summit which is above that glacier and is hidden by the ridge on the left.
homepage.mac.com /robert_ballantyne/brandywine_2Jul31/Brandywine2002.html   (216 words)

  
 Brandywine Brewing Company - Wilmington's Oldest Restaurant & Brewery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
After ten years in business, Brandywine Brewing Company is now closed for business.
The Brandywine Brewing Company is located on Route 52 Kennett Pike in the Greenville Center.
If you are looking for some great area attractions, click here.
www.brandywinebrewing.com   (248 words)

  
 Brandywine Trail
The other side of this mill is visible from the trail but only in the winter months, and only at about this distance.
Beginning in the north at its intersection with the Horseshoe Trail, the Brandywine Trail follows Brandywine Creek, or Brandywine River, its namesake, to the outskirts of Wilmington, Delaware.
The valley of the Brandywine in general and the trail specifically retain much of their rural charm.
www.geocities.com /brandywinetrail   (524 words)

  
 Used Auto Parts at Brandywine Automotive Centers
Brandywine will find just what you are looking for.
At Brandywine, our mission is to obtain whatever parts you need to complete your project.
Brandywine is dedicated to assisting automotive enthusiasts in locating any used auto parts that you may need.
www.brandywineparts.com   (207 words)

  
 Brandywine Village - Cuyahoga Valley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Over the next decade, the Village of Brandywine added a whiskey distillery, grist mill, woolen mill, and a dozen houses.
Pictured on the right is a historic photograph of the grist mill at Brandywine Falls.
Location: The Brandywine Falls parking lot is located on Stanford Road about 100 feet from Brandywine Road, approximately 2 miles south of State Route 82 and 1 mile northwest of Old Eight in Sagamore Hills, Ohio.
www.nps.gov /cuva/visitonline/brandywine   (195 words)

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