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*  Sewell, Chile - Wikipedia
All supplies had to be brought into the city via a narrow gauge railroad. Pueblo Hundido contained the living quarters while ... around a large central staircase rising from the railway station called the Escalara Central. ... By 1915 Sewell had a hospital, a fire department and a social club. The buildings and homes were made out of timber, and ... It is not possible to access the area with private vehicles and only tour operators in Santiago and Rancagua are allowed to ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sewell,_Chile
*  Lima, Ohio - Wikipedia
The area's expanding population in the 1940s and 1950s brought hospital and school expansion. St Rita's Hospital, founded in ... Currently, the city's two hospitals serve a 10-county area of northwest and west central Ohio. St. Rita's Medical Center, a ... The R.J. Corman Railroad/Western Ohio Line runs southwest from town. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has ... Countywide problems caused by the contaminated water supply were not solved until 1886 when Lima started a municipal water ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lima,_Ohio
*  History of Cincinnati - Wikipedia
It evolved into the city's first general hospital, and included nurses' training school. It was renamed Deaconess Hospital in ... It was an important stop on the Underground Railroad for many years. It seeded many other congregations in the city, across the ... "Copperheads". Ohio History Central. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Historical Society. July 1, 2005. Retrieved May 2, 2009. "Cheviot City ... Bringing the war to the North, they attacked several outlying villages, such as Cheviot and Montgomery. In 1802, Cincinnati was ...
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*  Nebraska City, Nebraska - Wikipedia
The supplies were brought up the Missouri River by steamboat and then taken out by wagon train. Nebraska City's favorable ... Nebraska City has its own hospital, St Marys Hospital. As the county seat, it has the courthouse and associated county offices ... "History of Lourdes Central". Lourdes Central Catholic Schools. Retrieved 2011-12-24. Lourdes Central Catholic Schools Student ... According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 4.69 square miles (12.15 km2), all land. As of the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nebraska_City,_Nebraska
*  Târnăveni - Wikipedia
... is a city in Mureș County, central Romania. It lies on the Târnava Mică River in central Transylvania. The city administers ... The discovery of methane deposits radically changed the city history: gas was supplied to private residences after 1915. The ... until the area was ceded to Romania after the Treaty of Trianon following World War I, the city was a local administrative ... Târnăveni is crossed by the Blaj-Praid railroad, and also by DN 14A Iernut-Mediaș, DJ 107 Târnăveni-Blaj, DJ Târnăveni-Căpâlna- ...
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*  Putnam County, New York - Wikipedia
Water is supplied from wells, the City of New York's local reservoirs and controlled lakes, or from the Hudson River. The ... Metro-North Railroad's Harlem Line has two stops that service the area, at Brewster Village and Southeast Station (formerly ... This brought more vacationers from the city, who were attracted to the scenic lands and the inexpensive hotels, inns, and ... Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan is roughly a one-hour train ride. Until May 1958, a third commuter line (nicknamed "Old Put ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Putnam_County,_New_York
*  Hot Springs, Arkansas - Wikipedia
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city of Hot Springs has a total area of 35.1 square miles (91.0 km2), of ... In addition to the aforementioned Bathhouse Row and Central Avenue Historic District, the Army and Navy General Hospital ... The Hot Springs Railroad Warehouse Historic District preserves three brick buildings between the Missouri Pacific Railroad ... Many Major League clubs brought their teams to Hot Springs to get the players in shape for the coming season. The Cleveland ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hot_Springs,_Arkansas
*  Marshfield, Wisconsin - Wikipedia
The city was named for John Marshfield, one of the original owners of land in the area. In 1872 the Wisconsin Central Railway ... The railway needed a supply depot between those two towns, and Marshfield was about midway. At the railroad's request, Louis ... Joseph's hospital began with six beds in 1890. Operated by the Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother, it offered early health ... In the summer of 1945, 243 German POWs were brought in to fill a labor shortage at the canning factory north of the current ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshfield,_Wisconsin
*  Tom Vandergriff - Wikipedia
... clothing and supplies loaded in railroad boxcars. In honor of the long-standing friendship, Bad Königshofen named the town's ... 2007 City of Arlington Hall of Mayors. City of Arlington, Texas, City of Arlington Hall of Mayors Archived 2007-08-26 at the ... Arlington Memorial Hospital. In honor of their contributions, the hospital dedicated the Vandergriff Professional Building on ... Many people in the D.C. area were highly opposed to the move. Vandergriff was thrown out of a cab because the driver learned ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Vandergriff
*  History of Dallas - Wikipedia
The major north-south (Houston and Texas Central Railroad) and east-west (Texas and Pacific Railway) Texas railroad routes ... so many people began leaving the city. By 1898, the city began to recover and grow again. In 1894, Parkland Memorial Hospital ... The industrial growth in Dallas formed partially out of problems hurting Dallas area farmers: After buying supplies on credit ... created a plan for both the Trinity and the city. His plans were initially ignored but ultimately brought back, updated, in the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Dallas
*  North American blizzard of 2003 - Wikipedia
Volunteers helped hospital personnel get to and from work. Blood supplies though were down to about one day. Numerous accidents ... historic railroad cars, and train exhibits. Although the structure's central support columns remained standing, the supporting ... Snowfall totals in the towns immediately north of the city were estimated at between 38"-40" while the downtown city center ... It brought heavy rain, ice and severe weather to some areas of the South, including the nation's first tornado of the year. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_blizzard_of_2003
*  Newton, Massachusetts - Wikipedia
U.S. News & World Report ranks the hospital 13th best in the Boston metro area. The city's community newspapers are The Newton ... Although not generally used to supply water to Boston, the reservoir was temporarily brought back online on May 1, 2010, during ... Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the designer of Central Park in New York City and the Emerald Necklace in Boston, the park ... The Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90), which basically follows the old Boston and Albany Railroad main line right-of-way, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton,_Massachusetts
*  Palatka, Florida - Wikipedia
It included a garrison, supply depot and hospital. During 1842 the Seminole were driven from the area, and consequently Fort ... "City of Palatka: Commission". City of Palatka. Retrieved 2011-01-23. "Palatka City Commission Calendar". City of Palatka. ... These included the Florida Southern Railroad, the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railroad, the St. Augustine and Palatka ... Palatka High School was formed in 1977 after the merger of Palatka Central High School and Palatka South High School. The ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palatka,_Florida
*  Kaweah River - Wikipedia
Surface water provided the main supply as late as 1900, after which the area's abundant groundwater reserves were pumped at ... Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1870-C. U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved 2017-10-01. "Know Your Flood Hazard". City of ... and a railroad along the canyon of the East Fork Kaweah River to transport visitors from a parking area further down the ... Hospital Rock, a flat next to the Middle Fork, was used as a camp possibly as early as the 1300s AD. Spanish explorers came to ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaweah_River
*  Mississippi in the American Civil War - Wikipedia
Meridian's strategic position at a major railroad junction made it the home of a Confederate arsenal, military hospital, and ... Then, Yazoo City fell back into Confederate hands. Union forces retook the city the following year and burned most of the ... The area of the Delta surrounding Greenville was considered the "breadbasket" for providing Vicksburg's military with corn, ... The Lost Cause enabled women noncombatants to lay a claim to the central event in their redefinition of Southern history. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mississippi_in_the_American_Civil_War
*  Great Dayton Flood - Wikipedia
The mainline tracks of the Erie Railroad, the New York Central Railroad, and the Ohio Electric Railway all ran through Osborn. ... Its center city resembles that of newer cities established in the western United States. The people of the Dayton area were ... a hospital and medical personnel, and a makeshift morgue. The company's grounds became a temporary campground for the city's ... Sunday, March 23, 1913 (Easter Sunday) The third storm brings rain to the entire Ohio River valley. The soil was saturated and ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Dayton_Flood
*  History of Phoenix, Arizona - Wikipedia
Earlier in 1888 the city offices were moved into the new City Hall, at Washington and Central (later the site of the city bus ... The additional railroad sped the capital city's economic rise. The year 1895 also saw the establishment of Phoenix Union High ... In 1968, the Central Arizona Project was approved by President Lyndon B. Johnson, assuring future water supplies for Phoenix, ... The new 20 story City Hall opened in 1992, The development of the Sunnyslope area with low-cost housing is noticed by local ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Phoenix,_Arizona
*  Effects of the 1928 Okeechobee hurricane in Florida - Wikipedia
The Central Farmers Trust Company, the only bank in the city, was deroofed and flooded. The Comeau Building, which has been ... Fifty-seven additional bodies were hauled out of this area today in trucks and tonight four truck loads of bodies were brought ... Although many railroad stations south of Kelsey City were damaged, train service was restored on the morning of September 17. ... At least 100 people were brought to Miami for medical treatment. In addition to trains, supplies were transported to Palm Beach ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effects_of_the_1928_Okeechobee_hurricane_in_Florida
*  Hurricane Janet - Wikipedia
... including the city's main streets and port. Operations along a railroad stretching from Laredo, Texas to Mexico City were ... The United States Air Force and United States Army began a joint-relief operation to send relief supplies to the Tampico area, ... A United States destroyer and a British frigate were sent to bring relief supplies to Grenada, and ships departing from Jamaica ... While Janet was in the central Caribbean Sea, a reconnaissance aircraft flew into the storm and was lost, with all eleven crew ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurricane_Janet
*  Hartford City, Indiana - Wikipedia
Hartford City benefited from railroad service from two railroads in addition to a natural gas supply that was thought to be ... See Radio Locator web site for Hartford City area. Radio See Radio Locator web site for WOWO broadcast area. Area See broadcast ... Private See Indiana DOT railroad web site. (5 MB PDF) Railroads Hartford City is in north-east-central Indiana. See Indiana ... The city government has concentrated on bringing manufacturing to Hartford City and has had some success on securing state ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hartford_City,_Indiana
*  Phoenix | Arizona, United States | Britannica.com
It lies along the Salt River in the south-central part of the state, about 120 miles (190 km) north of the Mexico... ... City, seat (1871) of Maricopa county and capital of Arizona, U.S. ... The city continued to grow through policies of annexation and promotion to bring businesses to the area. By the early 21st ... Residents may receive care at the area's public hospital, the Maricopa County Medical Center. The Arizona State Hospital ...
  https://www.britannica.com/place/Phoenix-Arizona
*  History of Augusta, Georgia - Wikipedia
Today, Augusta is the third-largest city in Georgia, and the largest city of the Central Savannah River Area. Augusta, Georgia ... and the school began training physicians in two borrowed rooms of the City Hospital. By 1873, an affiliation was made with the ... which provided the city with a supply of hydroelectric power. In 1950, plans were announced to build the Savannah River Plant ... Many new soldiers were brought to this camp to train to go off to war. Within the few months after WWII, many of the GIs at ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Augusta,_Georgia
*  History of Covington, Kentucky - Wikipedia
... which brought many new jobs to the city, the city began a downward spiral of disinvestment, which continued for several decades ... While the public square remained a hub for the "courthouse crowd," in large part because of the railroad, the area of Madison ... Birdsill Holly's innovative water supply network was introduced in 1871. As with Cincinnati, many immigrants to the area were ... and the St Elizabeth Hospital and the Benedictine priory of St Joseph and nunnery of St Walburga were among the city's ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Covington,_Kentucky
*  Muncie, Indiana - Wikipedia
... sometimes called the Central Indiana Railroad) also served the city. In addition to the railroads, Muncie's roads connected to ... additional railroads from the late 1890s to the early 1900s and the discovery of abundant supplies of natural gas in the area. ... while Ball Memorial Hospital, established in 1929, led to the city's reputation as a healthcare center for east-central Indiana ... A population boom brought further development, especially from 1946 to 1965. Since the 1950s and 1960s Muncie has continued as ...
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