Mount Holly is the name of several places
- in the United States
- Mount Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, AR, listed on the NRHP in Arkansas
- Mount Holly Mausoleum, Little Rock, AR, listed on the NRHP in Arkansas
- Mount Holly Ski Area, Holly, Michigan
- Mount Holly (Foote, Mississippi), listed on the NRHP in Mississippi
- Mount Holly Township, New Jersey
- Mount Holly Historic District, Mount Holly, NJ, listed on the NRHP in New Jersey
- Mount Holly, North Carolina
- Mount Holly Cotton Mill, Mount Holly, NC, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina
- Mount Holly, Vermont
Other articles related to "mount holly":
... Mount Holly is an unincorporated community in Westmoreland County, in the U ... S ...
... Kinkora to Lewistown) Florence Branch (Florence) Burlington and Mount Holly Branch (Burlington to Mount Holly line was abandoned in 1927) Petty's Island Branch (B ...
... On the evening of December 22, Washington's adjutant, Joseph Reed, went to Mount Holly and met with Griffin ... Griffin's troops retreated to Mount Holly where von Donop reported scattering about 1,000 men near the town's meeting house ... Griffin, whose troops had occupied Mount Holly, slowly retreated to their fortified position on the hill, following which the two sides engaged in ineffectual long-range fire ...
... Forker was born in Mount Holly Township, New Jersey on March 16, 1821 ... He was interred in Mount Holly Cemetery ...
... In the late 1950s, Mount Holly began experiencing economic difficulties stemming from the loss of its industrial base ... In the post-World War II period, Mount Holly saw a large number of blue collar, family wage jobs disappear as the community's traditional employers, mills and dye factories, were shut down ... In 1970, the residential vacancy rate in Mount Holly was 4.3% ...
Famous quotes containing the words holly and/or mount:
“in the holly prickles
You can plainly see
The crown of thorns our Saviour wore”
—Unknown. The Holly and the Ivy (l. 1315)
“Nixon is the kind of politician who would cut down a redwood tree, then mount the stump for a speech on conservation.”
—Adlai Stevenson (19001965)