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by Charles B. Jr. Cross,Eleanor Phillips Cross
Author: Charles B. Jr. Cross,Eleanor Phillips Cross
Publisher: Walsworth Pub Co; First Edition edition (June 1, 1985)
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This image is on page 15 of the book by Kermit Hobbs and William A. Paquette.
The school and Indiana United Methodist Church, are written about in other publications, such as Chesapeake: A Pictorial History by Charles B. Cross, Jr. and Eleanor Phillips Cross and Pocahontasís People by Helen C. Rountree. Erected in the Bowers Hill-Sunray area of the City. By Cynthia L. Clark, June 9, 2017. And the establishing organization, per Cross and Cross, was the Board of Missions and Church Extension. It was initially considered a mission church, but that status was changed later. This image is on page 15 of the book by Kermit Hobbs and William A.
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Chesapeake: A Pictorial History" by Charles B. and Eleanor Phillips Cross, 1999. The Battle of Great Bridge" by Elizabeth Wingo and Elizabeth Hanbury, 1997.
John Charles Phillips (November 5, 1876 in Boston - November 14, 1938 near Exeter in southern New Hampshire) was an American hunter, zoologist, ornithologist, and environmentalist.
by Eleanor P. Cross and Charles B. Cross Jr.
The Eleanor crosses were a series of twelve lavishly decorated stone monuments topped with tall crosses, of which three survive nearly intact, in a line down part of the east of England. King Edward I had the crosses erected between 1291 and 1294 in memory of his wife Eleanor of Castile, marking the nightly resting-places along the route taken when her body was transported to London.
A volume entitled CHESAPEAKE; A PICTORIAL HISTORY, by Charles B. and Eleanor Phillips Cross (Norfolk: Donning, 1985), notes that Washington crossed Deep Creek on his trip around the outskirts of th. . and Eleanor Phillips Cross (Norfolk: Donning, 1985), notes that Washington crossed Deep Creek on his trip around the outskirts of the Dismal Swamp in 1763 (p. 35), and included pictures of the Hendren-Creekmur House in Deep Creek, and of the village itself in 1910 (59, 125).