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Clover Hill

Clover Hill or Clover Hill Historic District may refer to a community or historic site in the United States:

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Clover Hill Tavern Slave Quarters
... The Clover Hill Tavern slave quarters is a single-story frame cabin with an attic that was originally constructed in 1819 ... The slave quarters contributes to the Tavern and the Clover Hill village scene as it was at the time of the surrender of General Lee to General Grant in 1865 ...
Clover Hill
... Clover Hill or Clover Hill Historic District may refer to a community or historic site in the United States Clover Hill (Louisville, Kentucky), listed on the NRHP in Kentucky Clover Hill, Maryland, a census-designa ...
St. Michael's College, Toronto - Campus and Buildings
... Michael's College were constructed on the original Clover Hill estate donated by John Elmsley, and were designed by noted Scottish architect William Hay ... With subsequent land acquisitions in 1890, 1920, 1926 and 1928, the college expanded from Clover Hill westward to reach Queen's Park ... The cornerstone was laid at Clover Hill on September 16, 1855, for the college building and the college parish of St ...
Clover Hill (Brookeville, Maryland)
... Clover Hill is a historic home located at Brookeville, Montgomery County, Maryland, United States ... Clover Hill was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 ...
Bowthorpe
... Bowthorpe is divided into four distinct areas Clover Hill, Chapel Break, Three Score, Bowthorpe Industrial Estate ... The largest of these areas is Clover Hill, a mix of council development and private housing, making up almost two-thirds of Bowthorpe ... Clover Hill, situated to the east of the other three areas was developed in the 1970s and 1980s ...

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