Some articles on north shore, north shores, north:
... guns in Courseulles, while the eastern companies of the North Shore Regiment were fighting for Saint-Aubin ... To their east, "C" and "D" Company of the North Shores advanced towards Tailleville—the headquarters of II Battalion of the 736th Grenadiers ... Mortar fire north of the headquarters was both concentrated and accurate, slowing the advance of "C" Company ...
Famous quotes containing the words shores and/or north:
“In 1845 he built himself a small framed house on the shores of Walden Pond, and lived there two years alone, a life of labor and study. This action was quite native and fit for him. No one who knew him would tax him with affectation. He was more unlike his neighbors in his thought than in his action. As soon as he had exhausted himself that advantages of his solitude, he abandoned it.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“I knew that the wall was the main thing in Quebec, and had cost a great deal of money.... In fact, these are the only remarkable walls we have in North America, though we have a good deal of Virginia fence, it is true.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)