Alleghenies


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Alleghenies United Cerebral Palsy (AUCP) is a 501c3 and nationally affiliated organization that provides in-home Service Coordination/Case Management services.
(3.) The first migration refers to the clearance of the land west of the Alleghenies by pioneers; the second migration to the reworking of this recently opened land with a "pattern of factories, railroads, and dingy industrial towns, the bequest of the industrial pioneer"; the third to the flow of people and materials into financial centers, where "buildings and profits leap upward in riotous pyramids" (Mumford, Urban x).
Caption: Celebrity chef Curtis Stone interacts with an audience member at the Altoona Mirror's 2009 Taste of the Alleghenies food show.
The first modern superhighway, the Pennsylvania Turnpike, opened in October 1940 (the same month, coincidentally, that the Futurama exhibit closed) and became a tourist attraction in its own right, because the smooth surface, long straightaways, and seven tunnels through the Alleghenies made it a new kind of motor route.
As wandering hunters on the fringes of American settlement, pushed aside by the first flood of migration across the Alleghenies, they might be the quaint artisans and free spirits of the early American writers.
I leapt at the chance to flee all sorts of personal and professional complications and to tuck myself away in the Alleghenies until things cooled down, Harrison Ford-style.
So, let it ring from the prodigious hilltops of New Hampshire, and let it ring from the mighty Alleghenies of Pennsylvania.
The city's meatpacking mills attracted workers from as far away as Mexico, the East Coast's immigrant shores, and the struggling coal-laden towns of the Alleghenies. Industry's promises wrestled farmers from humble villages dotting the western plains; but its brave assurances often led to crowded tenements, hunger, and the lash of cold, winter winds.
Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin, Russian aristocrat known as the "Apostle of the Alleghenies"
Other questions, such as how he made it across the Alleghenies, why he never married, and how he discovered the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg, have also remained matters of conjecture.
They can pursue their preferred prey from the Alleghenies to Arizona and the Ozarks to Oregon, not to mention the Rocky Mountains from Canada to Mexico, the Cascades, and the forest fringes of western Canada.
Years ago there was an intersection named GAASS, located over the Alleghenies in Western Maryland.
September gleaned a cool wind from the Alleghenies. Labor Day weekend, Pillow Rock gathered its people.
He will be buried in the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies in Bridgeville, PA.
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