Marshall House

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List Of Extinct Birds - (Probably) Extinct Subspecies of Birds - Passeriformes
... Marshall Islands Reed-warbler, Acrocephalus rehsei ssp.? (Marshall Islands, Micronesia, c.1880?) Oral tradition and some early reports mention a bird called annaƱ which ... Part of the House Wren complex other scientific names include T ... Another House Wren complex taxon other scientific names include T ...
York Harbor, Maine - History
... After the rebellion, Nathaniel Grant Marshall (1812-1882), a lawyer, had a vision to convert the poorest section of Lower Town into a first-class summer emporium for wealthy tourists ... He bought Stage Neck, razed the fishermen's shacks and in 1871 built a grand hotel called the Marshall House ... But the Marshall House was the largest, accommodating 325 guests by 1900 ...
Marshall House - See Also
... Humphry Marshall House (disambiguation) James Marshall House (disambiguation) Thomas Marshall House (disambiguation) ...
Marshall House (Alexandria, Virginia)
... The Marshall House was a hotel that stood on the corner of King Street and South Pitt Street in Alexandria, Virginia ... At the current Hotel Monaco, which was built on the site where the Marshall House once stood, a plaque at the corner of the building commemorates the death of Jackson, who it calls ...
Marshall House (Alexandria, Virginia) - History
... New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment known as the "Fire Zouaves", was killed at the Marshall House on May 24, 1861 (the day after Virginia's secession was ratified by referendum ... raised the flag over the hotel, which was at a prominent location visible from the White House, and he had said the flag would only be taken down "over his dead body" ... and was laid in state in the East Room at the White House ...

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    The house on the edge of the serious wood
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    Of why he came there....
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