Decatur

Decatur /dʌˈkeɪ.tʌr/ is the name of many places in the United States, most of which are named for Stephen Decatur, a U.S. Naval officer at the turn of the 19th century.

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Decatur Waterworks - A Brief History of The Decatur Water Works
... Near Decatur Georgia, before the Civil War, in the 1850s, Ezekiel Mason built a flour mill on the bank of Burnt Fork Creek near where it flows into the south fork of Peachtree Creek ... James Mason sold the property to the City of Decatur in the early 20th century ... In 1907 the City of Decatur built the first public water system in the area on this land ...
Sycamore Street (Decatur) - History
... It contains some of the largest homes in Decatur, including the historic High House – the first two-story house built in the city ... These include Decatur Presbyterian Church, the first church founded in the city the historic granite chapel of First Methodist Church and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church ... On the south end of the neighborhood is Decatur's former ice house, as well as several restaurants ...
Charlotte Dupuy - Legacy
... for freedom has been recognized by new exhibits in the Decatur House, where she lived and worked for nearly two decades ... The Decatur House has been designated a National Historic Landmark and operates as a museum ... Her suit has made Decatur Place a site in accounts of the historic civil rights movement and its "trail" in Washington, DC ...
Decatur, Ohio
... Decatur is an unincorporated community in eastern Byrd Township, Brown County, Ohio, United States ...
City Schools Of Decatur
... The Decatur City School District is a public school district in DeKalb County, Georgia, USA, based in Decatur, Georgia ... It serves the city of Decatur ... City Schools of Decatur has a total enrollment of approximately 3,542 students and operates a total of eight schools—one Early Childhood Learning Center ...