Southwest Lincoln County Wastewater Systems

Southwest Lincoln County Wastewater Systems

Background of Past Events Problems associated with sewage and inadequate
waste disposal were present in southwest Lincoln County some time before
September 1974 when the Southwest Lincoln County Sanitary District first
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Pioneer Mountain to Eddyville US 20 Lincoln County

Pioneer Mountain to Eddyville  US 20  Lincoln County

Environmental Impact Statement. Land Use Findings The proposed project is
consistent with the Lincoln County Comprehensive Plan ( Lincoln County Code [
LCC ] , Chapter 1 ) and applicable provisions of Oregon Statewide Planning
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Lincoln County Conservation Recreation and Development Act of 2004

Lincoln County Conservation  Recreation  and Development Act of 2004

(1) public land in the County contains unique and spectacular natural resources,
including — (A) priceless habitat for numerous species of plants and wildlife; and
(B) thousands of acres of ... The term "County" means Lincoln County, Nevada.

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources

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ISBN: MINN:31951D025700478

Category: Land titles

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Route 61 Lincoln County

Route 61  Lincoln County

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Evanston , IL 60201 - ROUTE 61 , LINCOLN COUNTY 0.8 Mile South of Pike
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US 70 Ruidoso Hondo Valley Section Improvement Lincoln County

US 70  Ruidoso Hondo Valley Section Improvement  Lincoln County

Since 1973 , Lincoln County has had a lower unemployment rate than the State
average and the lowest unemployment rate in Southeastern New Mexico .
Population statistics and projections are not available for the entire
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Dead Right

Dead Right

Author: C. R. Caldwell

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780615171524

Category: Frontier and pioneer life

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The Lincoln County War

The Lincoln County War

Nolan weaves stories and opinions about Lincoln County and Billy the Kid together with his own insightful commentary to produce a seamless, immensely readable account enlivened with 83 photographs and three maps.

Author: Frederick W. Nolan

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 9780865347212

Category: History

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Nolan weaves stories and opinions about Lincoln County and Billy the Kid together with his own insightful commentary to produce a seamless, immensely readable account enlivened with 83 photographs and three maps.
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Lincoln County Kentucky

Lincoln County  Kentucky

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Publisher: Turner Publishing Company

ISBN: 9781563117893

Category: Lincoln County (Ky.)

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Violence in Lincoln County 1869 1881

Violence in Lincoln County  1869 1881

Long out of print, the work is available with a new Foreword by Marc Simmons and Preface by Michael L. Keleher, the author's son.

Author: William Aloysius Keleher

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 9780865346222

Category: History

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The Lincoln County (New Mexico) War began over a dispute for the insurance money of Emil Fritz. It flared when the killing of John H. Tunstall became an international incident and started a chain reaction of murders. Long out of print, the work is available with a new Foreword by Marc Simmons and Preface by Michael L. Keleher, the author's son.
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Lincoln County Tennessee History Revealed Through Biographical and Genealogical Sketches of Its Ancestors

Lincoln County  Tennessee  History Revealed Through Biographical and Genealogical Sketches of Its Ancestors

"The purpose of this work was to gather information, of genealogical interest, that is connected to Lincoln County, Tennessee, and to unite them all together here.

Author: M. Secrist

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781105675782

Category: Lincoln County (Tenn.)

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"The purpose of this work was to gather information, of genealogical interest, that is connected to Lincoln County, Tennessee, and to unite them all together here. I have scoured masses of old books, as well as other records, in search of anyone related to this area. This work consists mainly of biographical and genealogical sketches of Lincoln County ancestors. For ease of the reader they are arranged in alphabetical order. Aside from a few, they also conveniently sourced beneath the individual sketches."--Preface.
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Sports in Lincoln County

Sports in Lincoln County

The Lincoln County Sports Hall of Fame ensures that the athletes of a bygone era will always be remembered and they can continue to serve as inspiration for future generations of sports players and fans.

Author: Jason L. Harpe

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738544019

Category: History

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Since 1900, the lure of roaring crowds, bitter rivalries, and team spirit has occupied a significant place in the social history of Lincolnton and Lincoln County. This tradition began at Horseshoe Park, where local baseball teams played against opponents from Lenoir, Morganton, and the mountains of North Carolina. Over time, leagues grew in popularity and teams were added from Boger and Crawford and Glenn Mills, as well as high school teams. Teams such as the Lincolnton Cardinals and Lincolnton Red Sox left lasting legacies. The Lincoln County Sports Hall of Fame ensures that the athletes of a bygone era will always be remembered and they can continue to serve as inspiration for future generations of sports players and fans.
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Lincoln County

Lincoln County

Lincoln County was named for Pres. Abraham Lincoln, and the county seat, Hamlin, was likely named for his vice president, Hannibal Hamlin.

Author: Ralph D. Triplett

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9780738598253

Category: History

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Lincoln County was named for Pres. Abraham Lincoln, and the county seat, Hamlin, was likely named for his vice president, Hannibal Hamlin. Created out of Boone, Cabell, Kanawha, and Putnam Counties in 1867, Lincoln County is characterized by the geographic oddity of three north-flowing rivers: Guyandotte, Mud, and Coal. The county developed around its rivers and their tributaries, strategically using them to operate mills and transport goods. Timbering was its first major industry, and readers will see images of the log rafts and push boats that operated along these streams. Arrival of the railroad in the early 20th century opened another transportation artery. There was also a major oil boom around this time. Fossil fuels have remained important to the county's economy, particularly natural gas and coal. Lincoln County highlights what life was like in area communities such as West Hamlin, Branchland, Harts, Hamlin, Griffithsville, and Alum Creek.
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Lincoln County North Carolina

Lincoln County  North Carolina

This volume, containing over 200 black-and-white images, invites readers to experience a Lincoln County of decades and centuries past, a time marked by frontier spirit, dusty main streets, early merchants who carried all the necessities, ...

Author: Jason Harpe

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738506206

Category: History

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Situated in North Carolina's historic piedmont region, Lincoln County possesses some of the Tar Heel State's most picturesque scenery: the shoreline of Lake Norman on its eastern boundary, the winding path of the Catawba River, and the rolling foothills across the countryside. Within this beautiful setting, early pioneering families established homes and communities as early as the 1700s, and since that time, the county has grown and developed, both socially and economically, yet has been able to maintain its small-town charm and character. This volume, containing over 200 black-and-white images, invites readers to experience a Lincoln County of decades and centuries past, a time marked by frontier spirit, dusty main streets, early merchants who carried all the necessities, and a slower pace of life. Lincoln County explores the personal side of the county's history, showcasing everyday life in Lincolnton and the smaller rural communities, such as Pumpkin Center, Triangle, Iron Station, Lowesville, and Denver. From parades and farmers' day celebrations in downtown Lincolnton, to group portraits of turn-of-the-century children and athletes at various early schoolhouses, such as the Mary Wood School and S. Ray Lowder School, to scenes of troops leaving for a variety of wartime service, these images document the everyday struggles, challenges, and achievements that Lincoln Countians faced and endured over the years.
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Lincoln County

Lincoln County

Bordered by the Savannah River to the east, the Broad River to the north, and the Little River to the south, Lincoln County quickly became a sports and recreational paradise.

Author: Beatrice Kovacs Mitchum

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9780738593876

Category: History

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In 1796, the general assembly of Georgia created a new county from the eastern portion of Wilkes County in northeast Georgia. Bordered by the Savannah River to the east, the Broad River to the north, and the Little River to the south, Lincoln County quickly became a sports and recreational paradise. With the construction of Clark Hill Lake, the population increased, as did the quality of education and life. Fortunately, most of the families that populated Lincoln County are still here. Even NFL (not from Lincoln) folks settle down, become Lincoln High School Red Devil football fans, and begin to believe the small county of Lincoln and the county seat of Lincolnton really are paradise.
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The Real Billy the Kid

The Real Billy the Kid

But he also published a biography in 1936 titled “The Real Billy the Kid.” His aim in that book, he proclaimed, was to write the Kid’s story “without embellishment, based entirely on actual fact.” Otero had known the outlaw ...

Author: Miguel Antonio Otero

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 1611391008

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Miguel Antonio Otero served as the first Hispanic governor of the U.S. Territory of New Mexico, from 1897 to 1906. He was appointed to the office by President William McKinley. Long after his retirement from politics, Governor Otero wrote and published his memoirs in three volumes, a major contribution to New Mexico history. But he also published a biography in 1936 titled “The Real Billy the Kid.” His aim in that book, he proclaimed, was to write the Kid’s story “without embellishment, based entirely on actual fact.” Otero had known the outlaw briefly and also had known the man who killed Billy in 1881, Sheriff Pat Garrett. The author recalled Garrett saying he regretted having to slay Billy. Or, as he bluntly put it, “it was simply the case of who got in the first shot. I happened to be the lucky one.” By all accounts, Billy the Kid was much adored by New Mexico’s Hispanic population. Otero asserts that the Kid was considerate of the old, the young and the poor. And he was loyal to his friends. Further, Martin Cháves of Santa Fe stated: “Billy was a perfect gentleman with a noble heart. He never killed a native citizen of New Mexico in all his career, and he had plenty of courage.” Otero was especially admiring of Billy because as a boy in Silver City, “he had loved his mother devotedly.” Such praise must be viewed in the context of the times. Other people, of course, saw Billy as an arch-villain. MIGUEL ANTONIO OTERO rightly distinguished himself as a political leader in New Mexico where he raised a family and lived out his life as a champion of the people, but he is also highly recognized for his career as an author. He published his legendary “My Life on the Frontier, 1864-1882” in 1935, followed by “The Real Billy the Kid: With New Light on the Lincoln County War” in 1936, “My Life on the Frontier, 1882-1897” in 1939, and “My Nine Years as Governor of New Mexico Territory, 1897-1906” in 1940.
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