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Stanton's Mill
... Stanton's Mill is a historic grist mill complex located at Grantsville, Garrett County, Maryland, consisting of five interrelated buildings and ... The Stanton's Mill building was built built about 1859 ...
List Of Army–Navy Game Broadcasters - 1940s
... Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s) 1949 NBC Bob Stanton 1948 NBC Bob Stanton 1947 NBC Bob Stanton 1946 NBC Bob Stanton 1945 NBC Red Barber ...
Stanton Township
... Stanton Township may refer to the following places Stanton Township, Champaign County, Illinois Stanton Township, Plymouth County, Iowa Stanton Township, Linn County, Kansas Stanton Township ...
Stanton, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
... Stanton is a neighborhood located in North Philadelphia ... Stanton is bounded by York Street to the north, 16th Street to the east, Sedgley Avenue to the west, and Cecil B ... Stanton is predominately African American.Stanton is 82.5% African American, 9.4% white, 4% Hispanic, and 4% other ...
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