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Fort Ann (town), New York - Communities and Locations in The Town of Fort Ann - Communities
... Hogtown – An early name for western part of the town, it is a hamlet west of South Bay hamlet, south of Sleeping Beauty, and northeast of Crossett Pond ... Kattskill Bay – A hamlet on the shore of Lake George, at and including the northeastern most area of Queensbury ... South Bay – A hamlet on County Road 16 in the north part of the town by South Bay Creek ...
South Bay (Livingston Island)
... South Bay (62°40′S 60°28′W / 62.667°S 60.467°W / -62.667 -60.467Coordinates 62°40′S 60°28′W / 62.667°S 60.467°W / -62.667 -60.467) is a 11.6 kilometres (7.2 mi) wide bay indenting ... The bay is lying northwest of False Bay and east of Walker Bay, and is entered between Hannah Point and Miers Bluff ... South Bay was known to both American and British sealers as early as 1820, and the name has been well established in international usage for over 100 ...
Dance In California
... Islands Coachella Valley Coastal California Conejo Valley Cucamonga Valley Death Valley East Bay (SF) East County (SD) Eastern California Emerald Triangle Gold Country ...
Los Angeles Metro Bus Fleet - Bus Divisions
... San Gabriel Valley 4 (non-revenue vehicles) Gateway Cities 5 Arthur Winston, Mid-Cities South Bay 6 Venice Westside/Central 7 West Hollywood Westside/Cen ...
South Bay, New York
... South Bay is a small hamlet on the south east corner of Oneida Lake in New York State ...

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    Baltimore lay very near the immense protein factory of Chesapeake Bay, and out of the bay it ate divinely. I well recall the time when prime hard crabs of the channel species, blue in color, at least eight inches in length along the shell, and with snow-white meat almost as firm as soap, were hawked in Hollins Street of Summer mornings at ten cents a dozen.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)

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