Historic Patterson, New York ©2006-2017 - The Town of Patterson, NY Home Topics Catalog Search Additional Resources Search. Patterson Town History - An Introduction. The area which makes up Putnam County was purchased from the Wappinger Indians by two Dutch speculators in 1691 for a "competent sum of money".
Modern-day Nazareth is dominated by the towering cupola of the Church of the Annunciation.It is an Arab city, mainly Muslim, with an adjoining Jewish upper city of Nazareth Ilit, but a profusion of churches, monasteries and other religious institutions make it a major centre of Christian pilgrimage.
Benson's Flea Market Benson's Flea Market is BACK! Our season opener is Saturday, September 8th & Sunday, September 9th. As the longest-running flea market in South Dakota, Benson's Flea Market is a nostalgic experience sure to bring back memories and provide hours of shopping entertainment.
During the influx of Scots in the early 1600s (see Plantation of Ulster), a settlement grew up at Comber, although it was focused about a mile further south than at present, in the townland of Cattogs, and there is evidence that the settlement was a port used by traders and fishermen.
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The Ancient Dominions of Maine. The roots of the Davistown Museum lie in the conjunction of the exploration of old barns, cellars, and workshops beginning in 1970 during the search for old (useful) woodworking tools by the Jonesport Wood Co. (West Jonesport, Maine 1970 – 83), and the subsequent purchase of the Parmenter General Store, now the Liberty Tool Co., in Liberty Village (1976).
The 1066 Country walk (one of many great walks in the area) literally lets you walk in the footsteps of William the Conqueror along the 31-mile trail from Pevensey Castle near Battle Abbey to Rye, through beautiful hills, woodland and orchards.