Allegheny Mountains


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From northwestern Maryland down through northern Georgia and the Alabama Foothills, the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains offer a vast amount of land (much of it public) for archers.
Collateral for the funding is a second mortgage lien on the subject property situated on 2,274 acres in the Southern Allegheny Mountains in South Central Pennsylvania.
She grew up on a ridge nestled in the Allegheny mountains in Pennsylvania, where her father ran the family funeral home--hence the ironic title of her book, Fun Home.
THE INDIANA HISTORICAL Society (IHS) boasts of being the oldest state historical society west of the Allegheny Mountains.
The bend was opened in 1854 as a way to get trains around a ravine in the Allegheny Mountains.
The disaster was sparked by the hasty development 10 years earlier of a resort and man-made lake in the Allegheny Mountains above Johnstown.
The 15-megawatt Mill Run wind farm will be built along more than a mile of ridge-top pastureland in the Allegheny Mountains.
He erected a giant billboard by the side of a rural road, near the tiny community of Frostburg, deep in the Allegheny mountains of Maryland.
Draining an area roughly the size of Washington state - and including such cities as Washington, Richmond, Baltimore, Harrisburg, and Binghamton - the majority of the watershed lies in the Allegheny Mountains and the rolling Piedmont and flat coastal plains of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
One of seven children, he was raised in a farmhouse in Stanton, Kentucky, a town of about 2,000 people situated near the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains.
The following year, he returned to West Virginia and landed a job as a classification counselor at Huttonsville, a medium security facility nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains.
The neighbouring forests are filled with red oaks, sugar maples, chestnuts, beeches and sycamores - just as I described - with a distant view of the Allegheny Mountains.
Emma's chapels, dining halls, and carefully tended lawns and gardens, pastures rise into the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains.
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