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When the Mayflower made its historic voyage across the Atlantic from England to North America, it became a symbol of the pioneering pilgrims who settled in America.
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Following is the daily "Profile America" feature from the U.S.
ATLANTA, Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ --Next week, families and friends will gather to celebrate Thanksgiving and partake in their annual traditions. Whether they spend the day eating turkey, enjoying a parade, baking pies, watching football or all of the above, Americans know how Thanksgiving works.
ST. LOUIS and OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- As if packing up everything from your toothbrush to your baby memorabilia, bedroom set and big-screen TV weren't enough work, moving also requires a massive housecleaning effort at the old house as well as the new.
Filming is to start on a documentary which will retrace North Lincolnshire's links with the Pilgrim Fathers, who sailed from Plymouth to America in 1620 on The Mayflower. But there is still a shortage of volunteers to play the roles of the original pioneers and work behind the scenes.
By EDWARD B. COLBY KINGSTON - Local environmental groups plan to sue federal and state regulators and the city of Brockton, alleging violations of the federal Clean Water Act and mismanagement of water resources in Southeastern Massachusetts.
By Timothy C Barmann The U.S. Department of Commerce denies approval of Weaver's Cove plan to establish an LNG terminal in Fall River. The U.S.
By JAY FITZGERALD Backers of a planned LNG facility in Fall River are howling over U.S. Rep. Barney Frank's push to designate an industrial stretch of the Taunton River as "wild and scenic" - and all but kill the plan.
By Philip Marcello; Journal Staff Writer This story of statewide business interest previously appeared in a local news section. * * * Wilfred Greene says that possession of land in the tribe's ancestral territory in Cumberland will strengthen its case for federal recognition.
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