Mount Washington

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Mount Washington (Cascades)
... Mount Washington is a small mountain in the US state of Washington roughly 30 miles (48 km) east-southeast of Seattle, Washington along Interstate 90 ... Once known as Profile Mountain, Mount Washington was named due to a cliff resembling a profile of George Washington when viewed from an angle ... Washington is known for its view ...
Mount Washington, Baltimore - Notable Residents and Natives
... Charles L ... Bennett, Astrophysicist Duke Cameron, heart surgeon Katie Hoff, Olympic swimmer Doug Turnbull, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductee, born in Mount Washington in 1903 ...
MS Mount Washington - Notable Crew Over The Years - Captains
... Wiggins was the first captain of the original steamer Mount Washington, in 1872 ... Captain Leander Lavallee (deceased) Captain Lavallee was the captain of the steamer Mount Washington from 1921–1932 and again from 1935-1939 ... He oversaw the creation of the new SS Mount Washington ...
List Of Wettest Tropical Cyclones In The United States - New Hampshire
... Hampshire Precipitation Storm Location Ref Rank mm in 1 242.3 9.54 Floyd 1999 Mount Washington 2 189.7 7.47 Bertha 1996 Mount Washington 3 189.5 7.46 Bob 1991 Mount Washington 4 186 ...
MS Mount Washington - History - SS, MV and MS Mount Washington
... from another ocean-going yacht, the new Mount Washington made her maiden voyage on August 15, 1940 ... Two years after her launch, the new Mount's engines were removed for use in a navy vessel during World War II ... After the war, the Mount Washington returned to the water but with diesel engines, hence the "M/V" prefix designating "motor vessel." The ship was a success in the post-war tourist boom ...

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    If you would feel the full force of a tempest, take up your residence on the top of Mount Washington, or at the Highland Light, in Truro.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    ... Washington was not only an important capital. It was a city of fear. Below that glittering and delightful surface there is another story, that of underpaid Government clerks, men and women holding desperately to work that some political pull may at any moment take from them. A city of men in office and clutching that office, and a city of struggle which the country never suspects.
    Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876–1958)

    ... women are more quiet. They don’t feel called to mount a barrel and harangue by the hour every time they imagine they have produced an idea.
    Anna Julia Cooper (1859–1964)