Other articles related to "towns, town":
... for putting Native Americans in planned towns in hopes of encouraging them to recreate a Christian society ... point in time, there were 14 of these towns of so-called "Praying Indians", the best documented being at Natick, Massachusetts ... These towns suffered disruption during King Philip's War (1675) and for the most part lost their special status as Indian self-governing communities in the course of the 18th and 19th ...
... The town had also been occupied by the Wappinger Indians, before the first European settlers arrived around 1710. 1788 was the initial period of establishing towns and counties in the newly independent state of New York, but parts were removed subsequently to form ... Beekman contributed part of its territory to the newer Towns of La Grange (1821) and Union Vale (1827) ...
... The towns of Høje Taastrup, Taastrup, and Hedehusene are railway station towns in the Greater Copenhagen Authority (Hovedstadens Udviklingsråd (HUR)) ...
... The towns of the Upper Hunter are Scone, Aberdeen, Murrurundi, and Merriwa, as well as several villages, including Bunnan, Gundy, Moonan Flat, Ellerston, Wingen ... Of the towns, only Aberdeen on the Shire's south eastern border is situated on the Hunter River ...
Famous quotes containing the word towns:
“If there is among you anyone in need, a member of your community in any of your towns within the land that the LORD your God is giving you, do not be hard-hearted or tight-fisted toward your needy neighbor. You should rather open your hand, willingly lending enough to meet the need, whatever it may be.”
—Bible: Hebrew, Deuteronomy 15:7,8.
“With a laugh,
An oath of towns that set the wild at naught,
They bring the telephone and telegraph.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“The scenery of mountain towns is commonly too much crowded. A town which is built on a plain of some extent, with an open horizon, and surrounded by hills at a distance, affords the best walks and views.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)