Big Spring

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Mount Vernon, Wisconsin - History
... The "Big Spring" on the Mount Vernon Creek branch of the Sugar River is located in what is now Donald Park ... The "Big Spring" has been known since at least the 1800s and is one of the features that made Mount Vernon an attractive place for settlement ... A cabin built near the "Big Spring" is currently the subject of an archaeological dig and dates from the 1840s ...
Big Spring High School - Alumni
... Larry Arnhart- writer and scholar, graduated from Big Spring High School in 1967 ... end although born in California, was raised and played high school football in Big Spring ... at North Texas State after finishing at Big Spring High School ...
Big Spring Country Club
... Big Spring Country Club is a country club located in an unincorporated part of Jefferson County, Kentucky that is bordered by Louisville and St ... It was named Big Spring because of a “big spring” which once furnished water for pioneer settlers in the area ... This spring, located just below the 13th green of our golf course, is still flowing today ...
Big Spring - Other
... Big Spring (Michigan), a spring also called Kitch-iti-kipi, in Palms Book State Park, Schoolcraft County, Michigan Big Spring (Missouri), a natural spring (h ...
List Of Defunct Texas Sports Teams - Baseball - Minor Leagues - West Texas-New Mexico League
... Gold Sox (1946-1955), moved to Western League 1956-1958 Big Spring Barons 1938-1940 Big Spring Bombers (1941) Big Spring Pirates (1942) Borger Gassers (1939-1942), (1946-195 ...

Famous quotes containing the words spring and/or big:

    A spring of love gushed from my heart,
    And I blessed them unaware:
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834)

    Holly: Oh, Brad, I’d do my act in clown alley or the horse stop for you. I’d do anything if it was just for you.
    Brad: Pigeon, look. Out under the sky you know how I feel about you. But under the Big Top one performer’s just like another to me.
    Fredric M. Frank (1911–1977)