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Religious buildings and structures in Boston

                                               

Religious buildings and structures in Newton, Massachusetts

                                               

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Our Lady of Jasna Gora Parish, Clinton

Our Lady of Jasna Gora Parish - designated for Polish immigrants in Clinton, Massachusetts, United States. Founded 1913. It is one of the Polish-American Roman Catholic parishes in New England in the Diocese of Worcester. Merged July 1, 2010 to f ...

                                               

St. Andrew Bobola Parish, Dudley

St. Andrew Bobola Parish - designated for Polish immigrants in Dudley, Massachusetts, United States. Founded in 1963, it is one of the Polish-American Roman Catholic parishes in New England in the Diocese of Worcester.

                                               

Churches in Worcester County, Massachusetts

                                               

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Religious buildings and structures in Jackson, Mississippi

                                               

Religious buildings and structures in St. Louis County, Missouri

                                               

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Mosques in Nevada

                                               

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Quaker meeting houses in New Jersey

                                               

Religious buildings and structures in Cumberland County, New Jersey

                                               

Religious buildings and structures in Essex County, New Jersey

                                               

Religious buildings and structures in Hudson County, New Jersey

                                               

Religious buildings and structures in Middlesex County, New Jersey

                                               

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Rosenhayn Synagogue

Rosenhayn Synagogue is an 1898 synagogue located in Rosenhayn, New Jersey. It is one of fewer than 100 surviving nineteenth century synagogue buildings in the United States. The wooden, gabled, clapboard building was erected by a local Jewish agr ...

                                               

Conservative synagogues in New Jersey

                                               

Mosques in New Mexico

                                               

Assumption – St. Paul

Assumption – St. Paul is a Roman Catholic parish in New Brighton, Staten Island, New York, United States. The parish was formed by the merger in 2007 of Church of the Assumption and St. Pauls Church.

                                               

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Religious buildings and structures in Cincinnati

                                               

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey

Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey is a Trappist monastery located in Yamhill County, Oregon in the United States, north of Lafayette and about 30 miles southwest of Portland. The abbey began in April 1948 in Pecos, New Mexico as a foundation e ...

                                               

Daylesford Abbey

Daylesford Abbey is a Norbertine Catholic Christian monastery and seminary in Willistown Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, outside of the Paoli census-designated place and with a Paoli postal address. It was founded in 1954 as the Daylesfor ...

                                               

Religious buildings and structures in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

                                               

Mosques in Pennsylvania

                                               

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Righteous Branch Temple in Modena, Utah

                                               

Religious buildings and structures in Salt Lake County, Utah

                                               

Religious buildings and structures in Utah County, Utah

                                               

Hopewell Friends Meeting House (Frederick County, Virginia)

Hopewell Friends Meeting House is an 18th-century Quaker meeting house located the northern Frederick County, Virginia one mile west of the community of Clear Brook at 604 Hopewell Road. Clear Brook, VA 22624. This community was the home of Thoma ...

                                               

Quaker meeting houses in Virginia

                                               

Conservative synagogues in Virginia

                                               

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LGBT history in California

The history of LGBT residents in California, while very likely spanning centuries prior to the 20th, has become increasingly visible recently with the successes of the LGBT rights movement. In spite of the strong development of early LGBT village ...

                                               

LGBT history in Florida

After Florida became a territory of the United States in 1821, the Territorial Legislature enacted laws against fornication, adultery, bigamy, and incest, as well as against "open lewdness, or.any notorious act of public indecency, tending to deb ...

                                               

LGBT history in Georgia (U.S. state)

The state of Georgia mostly improved in its treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents in the years after 1970, when LGBT residents began to openly establish events, organizations and outlets for fellow LGBT residents and incre ...

                                               

LGBT history in Michigan

From 1660 to 1763, Michigan was part of the Royal Province of New France, which included Frances laws making sodomy a capital offense. In 1763, Michigan was transferred to Great Britains Indian Reserve and adopted British buggery statute that man ...

                                               

LGBT history in New York

New York state, a state in the northeastern United States, has one of the largest LGBTQ populations in the world and the most prominent. Brian Silverman, the author of Frommers New York City from a Day, wrote that New York City has "one of the wo ...

                                               

LGBT history in South Dakota

Two-Spirit people were celebrated in Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota cultures before European contact. They played influential and important roles and were commonly seen as spiritual leaders in their communities.

                                               

LGBT history in Texas

In 1975, the Houston GLBT Political Caucus, the oldest southern LGBT rights organization is founded. In 1979, Houston Gay Pride Parade was first held in Neartown, Houston. The Texas Democratic Party added certain LGBT rights to the partys platfor ...

                                               

Pornographic film actors from Arizona

                                               

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