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  2. United States National Register of Historic Places listings

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    The National Register of Historic Places in the United States is a register including buildings, sites, structures, districts, and objects. The Register automatically includes all National Historic Landmarks as well as all historic areas administered by the U.S. National Park Service. Since its introduction in 1966, more than 90,000 separate ...

  3. Rayville, Louisiana - Wikipedia

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    Rayville is a town in and the parish seat of Richland Parish in northeastern Louisiana, United States. The population, which is 69 percent African American, was 4,234 at the 2000 census, but it had declined by nearly 13 percent in 2010 to 3,695.

  4. 1972 United States presidential election - Wikipedia

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    The 1972 United States presidential election was the 47th quadrennial presidential election. It was held on Tuesday, November 7, 1972. It was held on Tuesday, November 7, 1972. Incumbent Republican President Richard Nixon defeated Democratic Senator George McGovern of South Dakota.

  5. List of serial killers in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Drifter who murdered five people across three states Hance, William Henry: 1977–1978 4 4 Executed 1994 Known as "The Forces of Evil"; United States Army soldier who murdered four women on and around military bases Hankins, Terry: 2000–2001 5 5 Executed 2009 Mansfield man who murdered members of his own family Hansen, Robert: 1971–1983 17

  6. Locations in the United States with an English name - Wikipedia

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    A large number of places in the U.S were named after places in England largely as a result of English settlers and explorers of the Thirteen Colonies.. Some names were carried over directly and are found throughout the country (such as Manchester, Birmingham and Rochester).

  7. 1962 United States House of Representatives elections

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    The 1962 United States House of Representatives elections was an election for the United States House of Representatives in 1962, which occurred in the middle of President John F. Kennedy's term. As in most midterm elections, Kennedy's Democratic Party lost seats to the opposition Republican Party, but retained a majority.

  8. RootsWeb.com Home Page

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    RootsWeb - the Internet's oldest and largest FREE genealogical community. An award winning genealogical resource with searchable databases, free Web space, mailing lists, message boards, and more.

  9. Judges | United States Tax Court

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    On staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation of the United States Congress: Legislation Attorney, 1985-1989; Legislation Counsel, 1989-2009; and Senior Legislation Counsel, 2009-2013. Appointed by President Obama as Judge of the United States Tax Court; sworn in on September 4, 2013 for a term ending September 3, 2028.

  10. List of women on death row in the United States - Wikipedia

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    In 2019, Dalton's petition to the United States Supreme Court for a writ of certiorari was denied. Susan Eubanks Eubanks was convicted of the shooting deaths of her four sons, 14-year-old Brandon, 7-year-old Austin, 6-year-old Brigham and 4-year-old Matthew. She also had a self-inflicted gunshot wound to her abdomen, but survived.

  11. Mardi Gras in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Mardi Gras in the United States is not observed nationally across the country, largely due to the country's Protestant and Anglo roots. Mardi Gras and Carnival are mostly Catholic holidays, while the United States has a Protestant-majority population (the season is known as Fastelavn in the Evangelical Lutheran tradition and Shrovetide in the Anglican & Methodist denominations).