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Barton Village Site
... Barton Village Site, also known as the Herman Barton Indian Village Archeological Site, is an archaeological site near Cumberland in Allegany County, Maryland ...
List Of Aircraft (B) - B - Barton
... (Wayne F Barton, Northglenn Colorado) Barton Sylkie One, also known as the Barton Model B-1 ...
Barton And Tredworth
... Barton and Tredworth is an area of Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England that lies just outside the Eastgate of the city and has a population of over 3,000 ... the memory's of the people living in the area both past and present * Barton is one of the few places in England still to elect a Mock Mayor ...
Lawrence Hill, Bristol - Barton Hill
... Barton Hill is an area of Bristol, just to the east of the city centre and Bristol Temple Meads railway station ... Christ Church Barton Hill was opened in 1883 and demolished in 1957 ...
Barton, Gloucestershire
... Barton is a village in Gloucestershire, on the Windrush River, near Naunton ... It appears in written records as Berton as early as 1287 ...

Famous quotes containing the word barton:

    ... this I conceive to be no time to prate of moral influences. Our men’s nerves require their accustomed narcotics and a glass of whiskey is a powerful friend in a sunstroke, and these poor fellows fall senseless on their heavy drills.
    —Clara Barton (1821–1912)

    If woman alone had suffered under these mistaken traditions [of women’s subordination], if she could have borne the evil by herself, it would have been less pitiful, but her brother man, in the laws he created and ignorantly worshipped, has suffered with her. He has lost her highest help; he has crippled the intelligence he needed; he has belittled the very source of his own being and dwarfed the image of his Maker.
    —Clara Barton (1821–1912)

    [On being told that “every woman should stand with bared head before Susan B. Anthony”:] Yes, and every man as well.
    —Clara Barton (1821–1912)