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  Elizabethtown, New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elizabethtown is a town in Essex County, New York, United States.
The Town of Elizabethtown was established in 1798 from the Town of Crown Point.
Elizabethtown -- The hamlet of Elizabethtown, the county seat.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Elizabethtown,_New_York   (516 words)

 New York Marriage License Laws | NY Wedding Officiants NYC
A marriage may not take place in New York State between an ancestor and descendant, a brother and sister (full or half blood), an uncle and niece or an aunt and nephew, regardless of whether or not these persons are legitimate or illegitimate offspring.
Ministers do not have to be licensed except that before performing marriages in New York City, the minister must register his or her name and address in the office of the city clerk of the city of New York.
You must apply to the borough office of the City Clerk of New York in the borough where the license was issued.
usmarriagelaws.com /search/united_states/new_york/index.shtml   (2039 words)

 Elizabethtown USA A Directory Of The Six Elizabethtown's In The United States
The smallest Elizabethtown, with a population of 348 at the 2000 census, is located in Illinois.
The second smallest Elizabethtown belongs in Indiana with a population of 391 at the 2000 census.
Elizabethtown in Pennsylvania is the second largest Elizabethtown in the United States holding a population of 11,887 since the 2000 census.
www.elizabethtownchamber.com   (345 words)

 News at the Masonic Villages
Candidates for the Masonic Village scholarships must be members of the current graduating class of Elizabethtown Area High School and have a minimum of 100 hours of volunteer service at the Masonic Village during their high school years.
Masonic Village volunteers must be 13 years of age or older and have passing grades in all major subjects.
New volunteers are required to attend an all-day orientation on June 20.
www.pagrandlodge.org /villages/news/news060406-02.html   (372 words)

 Administrative divisions of New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Whether a municipality is a city, town or village is not dependent on population or area, but on the form of government selected by the residents and approved by the state legislature.
New York State considers counties, cities, towns and villages to be "municipal corporations" and "general purpose" units of local government.
Each of the five New York City district attorneys prosecutes crimes in the name of the county rather than the name of the borough (for example, the district attorney for the borough of Brooklyn is called the Kings County District Attorney).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Political_subdivisions_of_New_York_State   (3881 words)

 History of Newton, New Jersey
The New York Road (Route #206) rises from tidewater at Elizabeth and climbs through narrow gaps in the hills, passing Culver’s Gap en route to Milford, Pennsylvania, and ultimately, to the Great Lakes.
Concerned by competition from new railroads, Newton tradesmen induced Henry W. Merriam, a prominent New York shoe manufacturer, to occupy a new brick factory on the Sparta Road in 1873.
Appreciation of this fact is evident in a new wave of town-building: conversion of the Merriam factory ot condominium residences, construction of Cochran Plaza on Spring Street, construction of a new judicial complex behind High Street and location of Sussex County Community College on the Don Bosco Campus.
www.newtonnj.net /index.html   (1833 words)

 Elizabethtown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
King George II chartered Elizabethtown, New Jersey in 1740, calling it “the free borough of the town of Elizabeth.” It was the colony’s oldest English Community.
Elizabethtown Academy occupied a two- story building with a cupola on the grounds of the First Presbyterian Church.
Elizabethtown is mentioned again by Ron Chernow in connection with President elect George Washington in 1789.
www.aaronburrassociation.org /elizabethtown.htm   (467 words)

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 Boom Towns - New Mexico
Elizabethtown had it's first boom when a man looked down, picked up a rock from a stream and noticed a metallic sheen.
Elizabethtown kept growing and the first crude structures were replaced by 5 well-built stores, a drug store, 7 saloons, 3 dancehalls, 2 hotels, a brewery, and a flour depot.
Elizabethtown suffered a fire around 1903 and the hotel was a casualty.
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 James P. Alllaire
Petitions to the Continental Congress in 1784 by a Peter A. Allaire of New York indicate this branch of the Allaire family may have remained in New York during the British evacuation.
She would leave New York Harbor on the 17th of August 1807 and sail into history, proving to the world the possibilities of nautical steam navigation.
Roach purchased the troubled Allaire Works in New York and reinstated James Allaire on the Board of Directors in an advisory position with a salary that enabled the former industrialist to live his last days in comfort as a country gentleman.
www.allairevillage.org /Bios/bios.htm   (3885 words)

 New Jersey Estates/Weichert Realtors - Westfield, NJ
In 1664 English Long Islanders purchased the Elizabethtown tract from the Leni Lenape indians, and in 1693 officially became Elizabeth Township.
During the American Revolution the patriots of the West fields of Elizabethtown evacuated livestock into the Watchung mountains as the British Army passed nearby in December of 1776.
On June, 1777, the village was occupied and looted by the main British Army.
www.newjerseyestates.net /towns/westfeld.htm   (562 words)

 village voice > news > Dark Side of the Hill by William Bastone
Whether or not one supports Hillary for the Senate seat in New York, and whether or not one believes that William Bastone's assessment of her behavior is for real, please, just admit it outright that his article was absolutely hilarious, not to mention how fab was the artful caricature of Hil and Bill!
New Yorkers should constantly be reminded that Hillary has been the chief enabler of a serial- philandering husband who most Americans believe is untrustworthy, a perjurer, and an obstructor of justice in a sexual-harassment lawsuit.
Copyright © 2006 Village Voice LLC, 36 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003 The Village Voice and Voice are registered trademarks of Village Voice Media Holdings, LLC.
www.villagevoice.com /news/9926,bastone,6767,1.html   (1574 words)

 Gnome Village - The St. Louis Bears of 1845
The new partner, whose name was Townsend, cleared out some of the firm's old papers and letters, which he sold for $50 to the Hemingway Paper Stock Co. for pulping.
The final received a large amount of publicity, doubtless inspired by a syndicate of stamp dealers in New York, who were said to have bought the stamps.
On Monday, December 13, 1948, H.R. Harmer Inc. of New York held an auction of The Charnley and Whelen Find, comprising 42 lots, all covers or letter sheets, and consisting of six of the 5 cents, fifty-one of the 10 cents and fourteen of the 20 cents, some in pairs and strips.
www.gnomevillage.com /gNews/StampNews/StLouis.asp   (2106 words)

 Elizabethtown (2005): Reviews
Think of Elizabethtown as Cameron Crowe's rambling amateur travelogue, one from a well-liked professional filmmaker momentarily so distracted by private notes scrawled on his souvenir map that he gets lost en route to telling his story of self-renewal.
Elizabethtown is a long, lurching trip to nowhere in particular, but Elizabethtown is a place where you wouldn't mind spending some more time, though perhaps under different circumstances.
Elizabethtown is a sprawl, perhaps the victim of a kind of ADD of the heart.
www.metacritic.com /film/titles/elizabethtown   (1603 words)

 New York Rural Water Association: News
New York Rural Water Association (NYRWA) is committed to keeping its members informed on important news and information regarding the rural water, wastewater, and solid waste industries.
The New York Rural Water Association (NYRWA), the state’s largest small community water organization with over 1,400 small and rural community members, thanks Congressman McHugh for his efforts in leading the New York Congressional delegation in the effort help small communities provide safe drinking water and comply with federal water regulations.
The results in New York were generally typical of national findings which were that VOC's were detected in most aquifers and were not limited to a few specific aquifers or regions.
www.nyruralwater.org /news/news.cfm   (4822 words)

 New York travel guide - Wikitravel
Located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States of America, New York state [1] was one of the original 13 British colonies.
Outside of its densely populated southeast corner, New York is largely agricultural.
In fact New York is a large state with a number of distinct regions.
wikitravel.org /en/New_York_(state)   (375 words)

 College on the Rio Grande - Mines on the Rio Grande
New Mexico proceeded to look to her own development in two important activities for which she was best suited -- stock raising and mining.
The New Mexico Territorial Legislature in February 1889 responded to demands from all parts of New Mexico, and from special interest groups, by passing a general education act creating three institutions of higher learning, all still in existence.
Thus was an institution of higher learning born: a plot of ground, a new building with all the most modern equipment, a faculty, students, a curriculum, a steady and reliable income (however inadequate), and broad educational philosophy.
www.nmt.edu /about/history/paige/chap1.htm   (4525 words)

 Ogdensburg's Role in the War of 1812   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Unfortunately for the village of Ogdensburgh, by the winter of 1813 Fort Oswegatchie was still unfinished, unmanned, and undefended.
The rest of York's militia, seeing the cause was lost, turned and fled for their lives before the withering volleys from the British muskets.
The village now in hand, MacDonnell then turned his attention to the fort where Forsyth and his rifles were busily repelling what was left of Jacobs forces.
www.1000islands.com /ogdensburg/ogd1812.htm   (2570 words)

 Obituaries: 3/30/06   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
She was the youngest of the four children of Edith Mary Durand and George Levi Brown, born May 6, 1907, in the white house with cupola, "Fairview," on Route 9 just south of the village of Elizabethtown.
Her father George was postmaster, editor of the Elizabethtown Post and author of the 1906 history book, "Pleasant Valley;" her mother Edith was a great-granddaughter of the 1794 pioneer settler of Elizabethtown, Joseph Francis Durand.
She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Elizabethtown and of the United Congregations Church into which it merged.
www.pressrepublican.com /News/obits/2006/03302006ob1.htm   (1439 words)

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 New York • Cities & Towns • NY
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 New York Books - Dutchess County
It is on the east side of the Hudson river, 75 miles south of Albany, and 74 miles north of New York.
As a whole, the county is highly fertile, producing abundantly wheat, rye, corn, oats, and grass, and an immense amount of produce is annually exported to New York.
The eastern part of the county was filled by people of New England, all that side of the State being claimed by the New England colonies.
www.timevoyagers.com /bookstore/NewYork/counties/dutchess.htm   (707 words)

 Lakefront Property on Lake Champlain in Westport, New York.
Larger furnaces were built after 1850, the Sisco Furnace at Jacksonville, just north of the village, the Norway Furnace near the Yacht Club dock, and the Payne forge at Wadhams.
A canal to the Hudson River was completed by 1823, connecting Westport with Albany and New York City, and to western New York by way of the Erie Canal.
The Village of Westport was incorporated in 1907.
www.villageantiquecenter.com /westport/history_westport.html   (469 words)

 The Battle of Connecticut Farms, NJ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
I have a lot of ancestors who lived in Connecticut Farms at the time of the Revolution, and the village was destroyed, so I have an interest in it too.
The winter of 1780, when Washington was encamped at Morristown [New Jersey], was one of severe trial to the army, arising from the want of provisions and of pay.
He halted at Connecticut Farms, and as is stated, at the request of Governor Tryon, who was with him, he ordered the village, the church, and the parsonage, to be reduced to ashes.
www.altlaw.com /edball/connfarms.htm   (970 words)

 Masonic Village at Elizabethtown - Visitors Guide & Directions
Nearby attractions include Reading Outlet Center; Lancaster County Amish Country; Dutch Wonderland; Hersheypark and Hershey's Chocolate World; National Watch and Clock Museum in Columbia; Clearview Bowling Lanes ; Harrisburg, the State Capital; the Strasburg Railroad and Pennsylvania Railroad Museum the State Historical Museum; and the Fulton Opera House, to name a few.
Our community is just a five-minute drive to Elizabethtown College and within 15 minutes of Penn State's Capital Campus in Harrisburg.
Elizabethtown's Amtrak Railroad Station is located adjacent to the Masonic Village front entrance.
www.pagrandlodge.org /villages/elizabethtown/visgde.html   (483 words)

 New York Books - Otsego County
Otsego County is situated on the highlands at the headwaters of the Susquehanna River to the southeast of the center of the State.
The disasters, and the coming of the soldiery to avenge the disasters, proved to be a blessing in the end, for by these events was the country brought to the attention of hundreds to whom it was a terra incognita.
Not only did the pioneers of the area return to their former homes, but they were joined by some of the thousands of the New Englanders and others who joined the great hegira that started shortly after the close of the Revolution.
www.timevoyagers.com /bookstore/NewYork/counties/otsego.htm   (727 words)

 American Newspapers in Columbia University Libraries
This checklist of U.S. newspapers from 1704 to the present, is arranged by state and city of publication.
There are three ways to navigate this list: use the "find in page" (ctrl + f) command to search for an individual newspaper or city, use the following list to jump to a specific state, or scroll through using the cursor or direction keys.
New York, New York City, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
www.columbia.edu /cu/lweb/eguides/news.html   (177 words)

 Whose Funeral Is This? (Seattle Weekly)
Much of Elizabethtown, which opens Friday, Oct. 14, at the Metro and other theaters, is not half bad.
Elizabethtown is shorter now, but he didn't cut enough.
Elizabethtown is like a concept album with no concept, Singles with fewer hit singles.
www.seattleweekly.com /film/0541/051012_film_elizabethtown.html   (901 words)

 Movie Reviews by the Leading Ladies: October 2005 - iVillage
The New York Times's Laura Kern says of Saw II, the follow-up to the gruesome 2004 horror flick, "It's fully apparent that this sequel is more trick than treat and doesn't really compare to its fine predecessor ‑- though it still manages to be eye-opening (and sometimes positively nauseating) in itself."
The Hollywood Reporter's Sheri Linden says New York Dolls, a documentary about recovering alcoholic and recently converted Mormon Arthur Kane's attempts to reunite with his bandmates in the titular New York Dolls, is "a tender take on life after stardom."
The New York Daily News's Elizabeth Weitzman says of the musical family drama The Gospel, "You may not subscribe to the film's evangelical message, but you'll be floored by the extraordinary musical scenes, which lead up to a showstopper featuring gospel superstars like Donnie McClurkin and Yolanda Adams."
entertainment.ivillage.com /features/0,,8dz81z8f-13,00.html   (549 words)

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