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a member of an Algonquian people formerly living in Maryland between Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac river

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History and evolving trends of construction colloquia on sustainability and operational research, Technological and Economic Development of conoy 14(4): 578-592.
In Maryland, the Piscataway or Conoy chiefdom controlled an area along the Potomac River (Cissna 1986).
Route 441, Conoy Township Parks, 10 miles north of Route 30 from Columbia, 10 miles south of Harrisburg International Airport.
An example of this is -- the Sioux called themselves the Lakota people; the Conoy called themselves the Piscataway people.
I might note that some manuscripts from the late 1630s of the Maryland Jesuit Andrew White's unpublished and unstudied brief pages of prayers and of notes in Conoy (a form of the Algonquian language) are at the Catholic University, Washington, DC.
Released in 1988, Viburnum x burkwoodii Conoy was recently selected as a 1997 winner of the Gold Medal Award by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.
Capitol, which legend has it was selected by George Washington amid a virgin tract of forest, was really the site of Naconhtake, a major trade center of the Conoy Indians.
Formed in 1889 as the Donegal and Conoy Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Marietta, PA, the company eventually changed its name to Donegal Mutual Insurance Company.
30) At Shamokin, the Tutelo together with several Algonquian tribes including the Delaware, Munsee-Mahican, Nanticoke, Conoy, and later the Shawnee were collectively brought under the governance of an Oneida chieftain, Shikellamy, who served as viceroy for the Iroquois conquered lands and peoples in the Susquehanna region.
Local Pennsylvania newspaper the Lancaster New Era recently reported that two Bainbridge residents have challenged the validity of Penn-Mar Ethanol's traffic study for the proposed ethanol plant in Conoy Township, PA, claiming that the examination of area roadways was conducted on a day when the county incinerator was partially shut down and traffic was reduced.
The farms named in the letters include the Daniel Forry Farm in West Hempfield Township, the Gary Lefever Farm in East Donegal Township, the Holtwood Pork Farm in Holtwood, the Scott Brinton Farm in Fulton Township and the Steve Strickland Farm in Conoy Township.
Local Pennsylvania newspaper the Intelligencer Journal recently reported that township supervisors in Conoy, PA late last week rejected a call to share the findings from a new report commissioned to evaluate the effect on the area environment of Penn-Mar Ethanol's proposed $80-million ethanol production plant.
The company was originally formed as the Donegal and Conoy Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Local Pennsylvania newspaper the Elizabethtown Chronicle recently reported that approximately 140 local residents attended a conditional use hearing last week to discuss Penn-Mar Ethanol's proposed $80-million ethanol production plant in Conoy Township, PA, which is being met with area opposition.
Local Pennsylvania newspaper the York Daily Record recently reported that Nissley Vineyards in Lancaster County has filed a compliant with the state's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) challenging Penn-Mar Ethanol's air quality permit for its proposed ethanol plant in Conoy Township.