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VETERANS STORY: Wartime aboard the 'Galloping Ghost'

The Citizens 05 Feb 2023
She was the only American carrier to be involved in the attack on Pearl Harbor ... On full alert and nervous war footing around 200 nautical miles from Pearl Harbor, at 17.00 Enterprise received an erroneous report that a Japanese carrier was southwest of her present location ... Tell us about arriving in Pearl Harbor on Dec.
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Arctic blast grips US Northeast

RTE 04 Feb 2023
The bitter cold forced a rare closing of a floating museum that presents a daily re-enactment of the 1773 Boston Tea Party, when a band of colonists disguised as Native Americans tossed crates of tea taxed by the king into Boston Harbor in protest. "It's too cold for that, we're closed," a receptionist at the museum said ... .
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Arctic blast grips US northeast, threatening record lows

RTE 04 Feb 2023
The bitter cold forced a rare closing of a floating museum that presents a daily re-enactment of the 1773 Boston Tea Party, when a band of colonists disguised as Native Americans tossed crates of tea taxed by the king into Boston Harbor in protest. "It's too cold for that, we're closed," a receptionist at the museum said ... .
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Arctic blast freezes the Northeast: Mount Washington records wind chills of -104F - the lowest ...

The Daily Mail 04 Feb 2023
25 million Americans across nine ... The bitter cold forecast forced a rare closing of a floating museum that presents a daily re-enactment of the 1773 Boston Tea Party, when a band of colonists disguised as Native Americans tossed crates of tea taxed by the king into the harbor.
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Arctic blast grips Northeast, bringing frostbite-threatening temperatures

Union Leader 04 Feb 2023
The bitter cold forced a rare closing of a floating museum that presents a daily re-enactment of the 1773 Boston Tea Party, when a band of colonists disguised as Native Americans tossed crates of tea taxed by the king into Boston Harbor in protest. “It’s too cold for that, we’re closed,” a receptionist at the museum said on Friday ... ....
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Arctic blast grips US Northeast, bringing frost-bite-threatening temperatures

Indian Express 04 Feb 2023
The bitter cold forced a rare closing of a floating museum that presents a daily re-enactment of the 1773 Boston Tea Party, when a band of colonists disguised as Native Americans tossed crates of tea taxed by the king into Boston Harbor in protest. 'It's too cold for that, we're closed,' a receptionist at the museum said on Friday ... .
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Arctic blast grips US, bringing frostbite-threatening temperatures

The Telegraph India 04 Feb 2023
A powerful arctic blast swept into the U.S ... Advertisement ... The bitter cold forced a rare closing of a floating museum that presents a daily re-enactment of the 1773 Boston Tea Party, when a band of colonists disguised as Native Americans tossed crates of tea taxed by the king into Boston Harbor in protest ... "BEFORE THE REAL COLD HITS” ... US ... .
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Arctic blast brings -79 degree-weather to US, frostbite-threatening temperatures

Hindustan Times 04 Feb 2023
A powerful arctic blast swept into the U.S ... The bitter cold forced a rare closing of a floating museum that presents a daily re-enactment of the 1773 Boston Tea Party, when a band of colonists disguised as Native Americans tossed crates of tea taxed by the king into Boston Harbor in protest ... Plains, weather service forecaster Bob Oravec said ... ....
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'Jeopardy!' co-host to headline Nebraska Science Festival

Beatrice Daily Sun 04 Feb 2023
Can you answer these real 'Jeopardy!' clues about American history?. clues about American history?. Like Little Leaguers harboring dreams of making the big leagues, just about everyone who’s watched “Jeopardy!” pictures themselves in one of the three stalls on the blue stage, chatting it up with Alex Trebek, buzzer in hand ... AFRICAN AMERICAN FIRSTS.
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From Bush to Trump to Jan. 6: The rise and fall of 'constitutional conservatism'

Raw Story 04 Feb 2023
"Eighteenth-century symbolism was rife at the Atlanta event as speakers drew comparisons with the Boston patriots who dumped the King's tea in Boston Harbor to protest taxation without representation, an act that began the American Revolution and the founding of the United States.".
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BREAKING: Arctic blast freezes the Northeast: Mount Washington records wind chills of -104F - the ...

The Daily Mail 03 Feb 2023
A powerful arctic blast swept into the Northeastern U.S ... BREAKING ... The bitter cold forecast forced a rare closing of a floating museum that presents a daily re-enactment of the 1773 Boston Tea Party, when a band of colonists disguised as Native Americans tossed crates of tea taxed by the king into the harbor ... 'That's the biggest story of the day.' ... .
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The Manhattan DA's office considered charging Trump with racketeering before backing off, book says

Business Insider 03 Feb 2023
"His financial statements were false, and he has a long history of fabricating information relating to his personal finances and lying about his assets to banks, the national media, counterparties, and many others, including the American people," Pomerantz wrote ... Trump harbors no doubt about whether he committed crimes — he did." ... ....
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Arctic blast barrels into US Northeast, threatening record lowsEarly on Friday, the core of the ...

Deccan Herald 03 Feb 2023
The bitter cold in the forecast forced a rare closing of a floating museum that presents a daily re-enactment of the 1773 Boston Tea Party, when a band of colonists disguised as Native Americans tossed crates of tea taxed by the king into the harbor. "It's too cold for that, we're closed," a receptionist at the museum said on Friday ... Sign Up ... YouTube.
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Shipping season wraps up

Grand Haven Tribune 02 Feb 2023
Boland closed out the 2022-23 shipping season in the Grand Haven harbor. The ship arrived Sunday evening against a stunning January sunset with a load of slag for Meekhof’s D&M dock on Harbor Island ... All of the ships that visit our harbor are laid up for the winter now ... Barker, American Courage, Manitowoc, Calumet, Herbert C.
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'By the Sea,' Then and Now

The East Hampton Star 02 Feb 2023
In February 1999, the exhibition "A Place by the Sea," which celebrated the work and friendship of four African-American artists with strong ties to Sag Harbor, opened at the Rathbone Gallery of Russell Sage College in Albany.  ... in Sag Harbor from Sunday through May 27.

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