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Troy and Schenectady Turnpike

                                               

Unadilla Turnpike

                                               

James River and Kanawha Turnpike

The James River and Kanawha Turnpike was built to facilitate portage of shipments of passengers and freight by water between the western reaches of the James River via the James River and Kanawha Canal and the eastern reaches of the Kanawha River ...

                                               

State park

State parks are parks or other protected areas managed at the sub-national level within those nations which use "state" as a political subdivision. State parks are typically established by a state to preserve a location on account of its natural ...

                                               

Squares in the London Borough of Camden

                                               

Squares in the City of Westminster

                                               

Squares in the London Borough of Croydon

                                               

Squares in the Royal Borough of Greenwich

                                               

Squares in the London Borough of Hackney

                                               

Squares in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

                                               

Squares in the London Borough of Islington

                                               

Squares in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

                                               

Squares in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

                                               

Squares in the London Borough of Lambeth

                                               

Squares in the London Borough of Southwark

                                               

Squares in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets

                                               

Callao Square

Shaped in 1861, the square was formally opened in June 1866; its name remembers the May 1866 battle of Callao between the Spanish naval forces under the command of Casto Mendez Nuñez and the Peruvian army. The square was substantially and aggress ...

                                               

Plaza del Dos de Mayo

The Plaza del Dos de Mayo is an urban square in Madrid, Spain. It is the neuralgic centre of the Malasaña area, within the administrative neighborhood of Universidad. Its name remembers the Dos de Mayo Uprising in 1808 that marked the beginning o ...

                                               

Plaza del Emperador Carlos V

Plaza del Emperador Carlos V is a square in the city of Madrid. It is named after Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, who also reigned in Spain as Charles I. However, it is referred to as Plaza de Atocha, because it is where Madrid Atocha railway stat ...

                                               

Plaza de Pedro Zerolo

It lies on the Centro District, most specifically in the administrative neighborhood of Justicia. It is considered part of Chueca. It was created around 1836, as the plot formerly occupied by the convent of Capuchinos de la Paciencia was planted ...

                                               

Plaza de Santa Ana

Plaza de Santa Ana is a plaza located in central Madrid, Spain, nearby Puerta del Sol and Calle de Huertas, in the Barrio de las Letras. It features monuments to Spanish Golden Age writer Pedro Calderon de la Barca and the Granadian poet Federico ...

                                               

Plaza de Tirso de Molina

If features a roughly triangular shape, covering an area close to 6.000 square metres. Created upon the demolition of the Convento de la Merced during the early years of the reign of Isabella II, it was inaugurated under the name of Plaza del Pro ...

                                               

Plazas in the Palacio neighborhood, Madrid

                                               

Dinacoma

Dinacoma is a small genus of beetles in the scarab family. The genus Dinacoma includes two described species, D. caseyi and D. marginata. Delbert La Rue, a researcher experienced with the genus Dinacoma and a taxonomic expert stated, Dinacoma cas ...

                                               

Gapsville, Pennsylvania

Gapsville is an unincorporated community in East Providence Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, south of Breezewood. It is located on South Breezewood Road. Just to the east, across the county line in Fulton County, is Crystal Spring. The Bre ...

                                               

Ulmus americana American Liberty

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana American Liberty is in fact a group of six genetically distinct cultivars under a single name, although they are superficially similar. The Liberty elm is reportedly suitable for street planting, being to ...

                                               

Ulmus americana Ascendens

The clones resistance to Dutch Elm Disease is not known, but the species is highly susceptible to the disease and Elm Yellows; it is also moderately preferred for feeding and reproduction by the adult Elm Leaf Beetle Xanthogaleruca luteola, and h ...

                                               

Ulmus americana Augustine

Augustine has proven particularly susceptible to Dutch elm disease, exhibiting 36% crown dieback in one year after inoculation with the pathogen. The species is also highly susceptible to Elm Yellows and is also moderately preferred for feeding a ...

                                               

Ulmus americana Aurea

No specific information available, but the species as a whole is highly susceptible to Dutch Elm Disease and Elm Yellows; it is also moderately preferred for feeding and reproduction by the adult Elm Leaf Beetle Xanthogaleruca luteola, and highly ...

                                               

Ulmus americana Beaverlodge

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Beaverlodge was selected as a seedling in 1925 at the Beaverlodge Experimental Farm, Morden, part of the Lacombe Research Centre, Alberta, for its hardiness and vigour, and released in 1954.

                                               

Ulmus americana Beebes Weeping

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Beebes Weeping was propagated from a tree growing in the wild at Galena, Illinois, by Mr. E. Beebe circa 1889. It was marketed by the Klehm nursery of Arlington Heights, Illinois, in the early 20th centur ...

                                               

Ulmus americana Brandon

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Brandon was raised by Lacombe Nurseries Lacombe, Alberta, Canada, before 1969; it may be synonymous with another cultivar from the same source known as Patmore, selected and raised by R. H. Patmore from a ...

                                               

Ulmus americana Burgoyne

The putative American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Burgoyne was grown at the Arnold Arboretum until removed in 1988. The tree was raised from seeds of the Burgoyne Elm, grown for the town of Weston, Massachusetts, in 1965. The name of the tree wa ...

                                               

Ulmus americana College

The putative American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana College was raised at the Wedge Nursery, Albert Lea, Minnesota, and was first listed in its catalogue of 1961. However, the tree has never been formally recognized as a valid cultivar.

                                               

Ulmus americana Columnaris

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Columnaris was propagated from a tree found by Mr John Dunbar at Conesus Lake, New York, before 1920. The tree should not be confused with U. americana var. columnaris Rehder, J. Arnold Arbor. 3: 42, 1922.

                                               

Ulmus americana Creole Queen

Creole Queen is distinguished by its narrow habit, typically growing to a height of 15 m, with a crown width of 4.5 m. The tree is reputedly very heat tolerant.

                                               

Ulmus americana Deadfree

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Deadfree was listed by the Urban Forestry Administration of the District Department of Transportation in Washington, D.C., as one of its "street trees" in 2008. However, the UFA currently has no documenta ...

                                               

Ulmus americana Delaware

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Delaware was originally selected from 35.000 seedlings inoculated with the Dutch elm disease fungus in USDA trials at Morristown, New Jersey.

                                               

Ulmus americana Exhibition

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Exhibition is a selection made by the Patmore Nurseries from seeds of a tree at Brandon, Manitoba. Released in 1952, Exhibition was propagated by grafting.

                                               

Ulmus americana Fiorei

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Fiorei was raised by the Charles Fiore Nurseries, Prairie View, Illinois, before 1956, but is no longer listed by the company.

                                               

Ulmus americana Flicks Spreader

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Flicks Spreader was cloned from a tree discovered by John T. Flick on a farm near Hammon, Oklahoma. Cuttings were given to the Sunshine Nursery, Clinton, Oklahoma, in 1997, which later marketed the tree a ...

                                               

Ulmus americana Folia Aurea Variegata

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Folia Aurea Variegata was first described by Jager in Die ziergeholze der Garten und parkanlagen, 548, 1865.

                                               

Ulmus americana Hines

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Hines was listed in the accessions of the Morden Arboretum, apparently sourced from the Hines Nursery, Souris, Manitoba in 1940. The tree was not recognized as a valid cultivar by some authorities.

                                               

Ulmus americana Incisa

                                               

Ulmus americana Independence

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Independence was raised by Eugene B. Smalley and Donald T. Lester at the University of Wisconsin–Madison from a crossing of the American Elm cultivar Moline and American Elm clone W-185-21, to become one ...

                                               

Ulmus americana Iowa State

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Iowa State was cloned from a tree discovered by Professor Alexander McNabb of Iowa State University as the sole survivor in 40 acres of diseased elm at Burlington.

                                               

Ulmus americana Jackson

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Jackson was cloned from a selection made at Wichita, Kansas, which had reputedly shewn no signs of Dutch elm disease damage at > 50 years of age.

                                               

Ulmus americana Jefferson

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Jefferson was cloned from a tree that grows along the National Mall in Washington D. C. A later study by the USDAs Agricultural Research Service confirmed the tree as a triploid, but derived from a crossi ...

                                               

Ulmus americana Klehmii

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana Klehmii was cloned from a tree growing at Arlington Heights by Mr Charles Klehm, proprietor of the Charles Klehm & Son nursery.

                                               

Ulmus americana LAssomption

The American Elm cultivar Ulmus americana LAssomption was selected from seedlings grown from X-irradiated seed at the eponymous experimental station in Quebec before 1965.

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