this wool mill was built in 1821 by samuel bradshaw, an 1820 settler. it played an important role in the history of the wool industry in south africa. the remains of the first wool mill to be built in the eastern province and probably the first in south africa. type of site: mill. bathurst: bathurst provincial heritage site
british shadow factories were the outcome of the shadow scheme, a plan devised in 1935 and developed by the british government in the buildup to world war ii to try to meet the urgent need for more aircraft using technology transfer from the motor industry to implement additional manufacturing capacity.
brisbane / ˈ b r ɪ z b ən / is the capital of and the most populated city in the australian state of queensland, and the third most populous city in australia.brisbane's metropolitan area has a population of approximately 2.5 million, and the south east queensland metropolitan region, centred on brisbane, encompasses a population of more than 3.6 million. .
erith / ˈ ɪər ɪ θ / is an area in south-east london, england, located 13.3 miles 21.4 km east of charing cross. historically in kent, it has formed part of the london borough of bexley since 1965. erith is located to the north-east of bexleyheath and north-west of dartford, and lies on the south bank of the river thames.the population of erith is 45,345.
the world's columbian exposition the official shortened name for the world's fair: columbian exposition, also known as the chicago world's fair and chicago columbian exposition was a world's fair held in chicago in 1893 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of christopher columbus's arrival in the new world in 1492. the centerpiece of the fair, the large water pool, represented the long voyage .
washington square park is a 9.75-acre 39,500 m 2 public park in the greenwich village neighborhood of lower manhattan, new york city. one of the best known of new york city's public parks, it is an icon as well as a meeting place and center for cultural activity. it is operated by the new york city department of parks and recreation.
lake view cemetery is a privately owned, nonprofit garden cemetery located in the cities of cleveland, cleveland heights, and east cleveland in the u.s. state of ohio. founded in 1869, the cemetery was favored by wealthy families during the gilded age , and today the cemetery is known for its numerous lavish funerary monuments and mausoleums .
lake view cemetery is a privately owned, nonprofit garden cemetery located in the cities of cleveland, cleveland heights, and east cleveland in the u.s. state of ohio. founded in 1869, the cemetery was favored by wealthy families during the gilded age, and today the cemetery is known for its numerous lavish funerary monuments and mausoleums.
port deposit is located at 39.610915, -76.100172. according to the united states census bureau, the town has a total area of 2.28 square miles 5.91 km 2 , of which 2.27 square miles 5.88 km 2 is land and 0.01 square miles 0.03 km 2 is water.. history early history. the first recorded european visits to the area were the 1608 and 1609 expeditions led by captain john smith up the .
since the civil war, athol's economy has been primarily industrial.in the early part of the 20th century, local water power and rail service attracted manufacturers such as union twist drill and the l. s. starrett company to the area, leading to athol's nickname 'tool town.' in the 1950s, when the route 2 bypass, interstate 495 and the massachusetts turnpike diverted traffic to other parts of .
south african environmental law describes the legal rules in south africa relating to the social, economic, philosophical and jurisprudential issues raised by attempts to protect and conserve the environment in south africa. south african environmental law encompasses natural resource conservation and utilization, as well as land-use planning and development.
the first marble quarry in america was on mount aeolus overlooking east dorset. the granite industry attracted numerous skilled stonecutters in the late 19th century from italy, scotland, and ireland. barre is the location of the rock of ages quarry, the largest dimension stone granite quarry in the united states. vermont is the largest .
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an ironstone quarry was also located at the site and the ore, crushed on site, was taken down the 'bogey line' via brackenhills railway station on the glasgow & south western railway line to the old glengarnock steelworks, owned by the glengarnock iron & steel co. ltd. the works closed in 1921, however the waste bings remained for many years.
the metacomet ridge, metacomet ridge mountains, or metacomet range of southern new england is a narrow and steep fault-block mountain ridge known for its extensive cliff faces, scenic vistas, microclimate ecosystems, and rare or endangered plants. the ridge is an important recreation resource located within 10 miles 16 km of more than 1.5 million people, offering four long-distance hiking .
imports of foreign cotton goods began the decline in the region's textile industry during the mid-20th century; shaw and crompton's last mill closed in 1989. shaw and crompton, which covers 4.5 square miles 11.7 km 2 , is a predominantly suburban area of mixed affluence with a population of 21,065 as of 2011.