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Rockingham, Kingston - Moves - 1897 Move
... move of the house was in 1897 to remove it from the Rocky Hill Quarry Company property in Rocky Hill ... helped create the Washington Headquarters Association of Rocky Hill, which raised the money to purchase the structure and move it away from the quarry ...
Connecticut Route 160 - Route Description
... begins at an intersection with US 5 and Route 15 in northeastern Berlin and heads east into Rocky Hill ... In Rocky Hill, it continues east to a brief southbound overlap with Route 3 ... River, which it crosses into Glastonbury via the Rocky Hill-Glastonbury Ferry ...
List Of Unused Highways In Connecticut - Connecticut - Rocky Hill
... The original plan was to only have a western loop around Hartford, from Interstate 91 in Rocky Hill to I-91 in Windsor and be complete in 1972 ...
American Blues
... most famous for including two future members of the band ZZ Top in their ranks, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard ... Around 1968 the band (the two Hill brothers and Beard) decided to leave the Dallas–Fort Worth area, relocating to Houston ... At this time, however, guitarist Rocky Hill wanted to focus on "straight blues", while his brother Dusty wanted the band to rock more ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Somerset County, New Jersey
... over Bedens's Brook, Montgomery Township Rocky Hill Bedens Brook Road Bridge 01994-02-18February 18, 1994 Beden's Brook Rd ... Bridgepoint Historic District 01975-06-10June 10, 1975 North of Rocky Hill off U.S ... Route 206 Rocky Hill Cat Tail Brook Bridge 01979-08-01August 1, 1979 Northwest of Rocky Hill on Montgomery Rd Rocky Hill Clover Hill Historic District 01980-09-29September 29 ...

Famous quotes containing the words hill and/or rocky:

    The most interesting thing which I heard of, in this township of Hull, was an unfailing spring, whose locality was pointed out to me on the side of a distant hill, as I was panting along the shore, though I did not visit it. Perhaps, if I should go through Rome, it would be some spring on the Capitoline Hill I should remember the longest.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    It is what we imagine knowledge to be:
    dark, salt, clear, moving, utterly free,
    drawn from the cold hard mouth
    of the world, derived from the rocky breasts
    forever, flowing and drawn, and since
    our knowledge is historical, flowing, and flown.
    Elizabeth Bishop (1911–1979)