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... San Francisco de Borja is a town and seat of the municipality of San Francisco de Borja, in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua ... San Francisco de Borja was founded as a Jesuit mission in the 1640s to the Tarahumara ...
... Francisco was a town built on the East Banks of the Wabash and Erie Canal ... Francisco was home to many Rowdy Irishmen who came to help build the canal ... cholera broke out among canal workers near Francisco around 1852 as many as 100 workers died and many more fled from the area ...
... San Francisco de los Romo is a municipality in the Mexican state of Aguascalientes ... north from the state capital Aguascalientes it adjoins with the municipalities of Pabellón de Arteaga and Asientos to the north, Jesús María to the west, and Aguascalientes to the south-east ... The town of San Francisco de los Romo, which is the sixth-largest community in the state, is located at the northwest corner of the municipality and serves as its ...
... San Francisco de Conchos is a town and seat of the municipality of San Francisco de Conchos, in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua ...
... Yoelkis Melo Espinoza 25 1.76 m (5 ft 9 1⁄4 in) Salvaleón de Higüey La Romana Geraldine Núñez 17 1.80 m (5 ft 10 3⁄4 in) Santiago de los Caballeros La ...
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“It is an odd thing, but every one who disappears is said to be seen at San Francisco. It must be a delightful city, and possess all the attractions of the next world.”
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“Today, San Francisco has experienced a double tragedy of incredible proportions. As acting mayor, I order an immediate state of mourning in our city. The city and county of San Francisco must and will pull itself together at this time. We will carry on as best as we possibly can.... I think we all have to share the same sense of shame and the same sense of outrage.”
—Dianne Feinstein (b. 1933)