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Anti-Masonry: Points of View

Anti-Masonry: Points of View
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Gary The Numbers Guy untitled What is this mystery that men call death? My friend before me lies; in all save breath He seems the same as yesterday. His face So like to life, so calm, bears not a trace Of that great change which all of us so dread But sleeps; and soon he will arise and take Me by the hand. I know he will awake And smile on me as he did yesterday; And he will have some gentle word to say Same kindly deed to do; for loving thought Was warp and woof of which his life was wrought. By: Jerome B. WILLOW GROVE MINE – ST. The Willow Grove Mine which has long been closed was once nestled deep in a valley beside a tumbling little stream in Belmont County, Ohio. When death came knocking at the door of Hanna Coal Company’s No. 10 Mine at Willow Grove, twenty-four year old Czech-born Frank Opatrny described it as a big whoosh. “I was working on a motor near the junction of 22 South and the Main haulage way, Frank Opatry said. Twenty-three men escaped death by collapsing from exhaustion. Harry L. Richard L.

Welcome to Brainvoyage.com BridgeMapper:Blaine Hill Viaduct (Arches of Memory) The Blaine Hill Viaduct opened in 1932 as a realignment to the original National Road. The old road went along the hillside at a 6.3% grade and over the Blaine S Bridge. The new taller, longer bridge allows for a straight alignment over the creek and up the hillside. Recognition Location of Ohio Historical Marker, Eligible for the National Register of Historic Places 40.066705, -80.820472Belmont County, Ohio Map Data Map data ©2016 Google Satellite © 2016 Google This image is no longer available 100 yds © 2016 Microsoft Corporation © 2010 NAVTEQ © AND See this location in bird's eye view Bing Maps 3D has finished updating External Links

49 Lessons Explained Dear World Citizens: The Clock of Destiny Moorish National Order was founded in 1947 by Charles Mosley Bey (CM Bey) out of Cleveland Ohio. When the founder passed away in 1973 from a stroke it remained dormant until 1994. C.M. Bey's Minister of law Joseph Dumas Bey passed it on to our President on November 11, 1994. Since then, he kept the original works of C.M. This website has revealed some principles, history and law concepts from the temple. Did you know that prior to the 18th Century the continent we now call America were known as North, Central, and South Africa? Did you know that the English language was not created until 1828 in North America? Did you know that prior to 1736 in what today is called England, the first English dictionary was written by Nathaniel Bailey. Did you know that 50,000 "black" women were executed at Niagara Falls two hundred years ago in an attempt to conceal this information? Did you know that Niagara Falls means "Nigger Head Falls"?

Ohio's Historic Blaine Hill Bridge - Back in Time - General Highway History - Highway History - Federal Highway Administration Ohio's Historic Blaine Hill Bridge By Rickie Longfellow Blaine, a small community in Belmont County eight miles from Wheeling, West Virginia, is home to Ohio's oldest sandstone bridge. The historic Blaine Hill "S" Bridge was built in 1828 as part of the National Road project, the first road funded by the federal government. In 1994, the crumbling Blaine Hill Bridge was closed to traffic. At the January 4, 2003 meeting of the Blaine Bridge Community Preservation Project, Sue Douglass, Chief Officer of the project said, "Our Bridge was a vital link in United States transportation history, an essential connection to this country's entire history. Considered one of the most historically and architecturally significant structures in the state, The Blaine Hill Bridge was designated as Ohio's Official Bicentennial Bridge to commemorate Ohio's 200 years of statehood celebrated in 2003. The Bridge is safely located below-and about 100 feet from-the base of the Route 40 viaduct at Interstate 70.

Historic National Road | America's Byways The Historic National Road was the nation's first federally funded interstate highway. It opened the nation to the west and became a corridor for the movement of goods and people. Today, visitors experience a physical timeline, including classic inns, tollhouses, diners, and motels that trace 200 years of American history. The National Road | Ohio History Connection The U.S. Department of Transportation has designated the entire six-state Historic National Road Corridor, from Maryland to Illinois, an All-American Road and National Scenic Byway. The National Road was recognized as one of the nation's elite byways for its historic, cultural and scenic characteristics. The 600 mile highway, including more than 220 miles in Ohio, represents more than 200 years of American history. The nation's National Scenic Byways are special routes that provide travelers with alternatives to the monotony of high-speed inter-state travel, offer a unique view, and introduce us to special places we might otherwise pass by. National Scenic Byway designation may yield numerous benefits for communities along the National Road, including: An exciting new publication, A Traveler's Guide to The Histroric National Road in Ohio: The Road That Helped Build America, is now available. Click to view the Corridor Management Plan for the Ohio National Road Scenic Byway.

Frasier, Thomas T. and Wesley B. Houses - Brookside, Ohio - U.S. National Register of Historic Places on Waymarking.com Frasier, Thomas T. and Wesley B. Houses - Brookside, Ohio Posted by: BruceS Quick Description: Two historic homes in Brookside, Ohio. Location: Ohio, United States Date Posted: 10/24/2013 8:59:47 PM Waymark Code: WMJBG6 Views: 0 Long Description:The homes were built by one of the area's master builders of the era Thomas Townsend Frasier. The locations of the houses are: Thomas T Frasier House - 898 National Road - N40° 4.244 W80° 45.637Wesley B. Visit Instructions:Please give the date and brief account of your visit. Recent Visits/Logs:

Along the Right of Way ...: Bellaire Viaduct, Then & Now... Milepost 859 As mentioned in my previous post, I was recently looking for some photographs and ran across some that I hadn't looked at for quite some time. That brings us to the photo above, taken by J.J. Young many years ago in Bellaire, Ohio. I'm not sure how I happened to cross paths with John, but as I've mentioned here previously, he was an avid railroad photographer who got his start back in the Ohio Valley. He took lots of pictures in places I remember from growing up so it was kind of neat to get to know him a little. I had read an article in a train magazine a long time ago about how a friend of his who worked for the B&O Railroad arranged for him to get a ride on one of their very large EM-1 locomotives that operated out of Benwood, West Virginia, when the locos were in the twilight of their career. When I went home and my brother wasn't working, it wasn't uncomon for us to take field trips to these various railroad spots and the Bellaire Bridge was no exception. dlm

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Benwood Bridge, Benwood, Marshall County, WV The Library of Congress generally does not own rights to material in its collections and, therefore, cannot grant or deny permission to publish or otherwise distribute the material. For further rights information, see "Rights Information" below and the Rights and Restrictions Information page ( ). Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on images made by the U.S. Government; images copied from other sources may be restricted. Reproduction Number: --- Call Number: HAER WVA,26-BEN,1- Medium: Photo(s): 7 Photo Caption Page(s): 1 Rights assessment is your responsibility. If Digital Images Are Displaying You can download online images yourself. HABS/HAER/HALS materials have generally been scanned at high resolution that is suitable for most publication purposes (see Digitizing the Collection for further details about the digital images). If Digital Images Are Not Displaying Is the item digitized?

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning West Channel of Ohio River, U.S. Route 40, Wheeling, Ohio County, WV Title: Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning West Channel of Ohio River, U.S. Route 40, Wheeling, Ohio County, WV Other Title: Wheeling & Belmont Bridge Creator(s): Historic American Engineering Record, creator Related Names: Hildenbrand, Wilhelm Wrought Iron Bridge Company Date Created/Published: Documentation compiled after 1968 Medium: Photo(s): 28 Measured Drawing(s): 3 Data Page(s): 2 Photo Caption Page(s): 6 Reproduction Number: --- Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on images made by the U.S. Government; images copied from other sources may be restricted. ( Call Number: HAER WVA,35-WHEEL,5- Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA Notes: Significance: Built in 1893, the Bridgeport Bridge represented one type of bridges which could be ordered from catalogues at the end of the nineteenth century. Rights assessment is your responsibility.

Bridgeport Bridge (Wheeling and Belmont Bridge) - HistoricBridges.org Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Primary Photographer(s): Nathan Holth and Rick McOmber Bridge Documented: July 4, 2006, and Summer 2009/2010 Key Facts Location Bridgeport and Wheeling: Belmont County, Ohio and Ohio County, West Virginia Technical Facts Rehabilitation Date 1987 Main Span Length 209 Feet (63.7 Meters) Structure Length 684.5 Feet (208.6 Meters) Roadway Width 32.25 Feet (9.8 Meters) Spans 3 Main Span(s) NBI Number 35A031 Bridge Documentation This Bridge No Longer Exists! View Archived National Bridge Inventory Report - Has Additional Details and Evaluation View Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) Documentation For This Bridge HAER Drawings, PDF This unique and nationally significant historic bridge was wastefully demolished for no reason by West Virginia Department of Highway September 12, 2011 View The 1949 Rehabilitation Plans For This Historic Bridge View the Adverse Effect Finding For The Planned Demolition Project Demolition: An Unforgivable Atrocity The Bridgeport Bridge

JANET M. BROWN 1929-2016 Janet M. Brown, 86 of Cambridge, passed away Tuesday (March 15, 2016) at Riverside Methodist Hospital. She was born Sept. 23, 1929, to the late George Dewey Heldman and Julia A. (Worstell) Heldman, in New Matamoras. She was a 1947 graduate of Cambridge High School. Along with her parents, Janet was preceded in death by her brother, Donald G. Janet is survived by one son, Attorney Donald D. Presbyterian by faith, Janet served for many years with her husband, Dean, as Church Host and Hostess for the Second Presbyterian Church until its merger with Unity Presbyterian Church. In addition to being a great full-time mother and homemaker, Janet worked for and retired from GTE. She enjoyed camping, boating, and water sports with her children and grandchildren and Seneca Lake campfires with her family. Funeral services for Janet will take place at 11 a.m. on Monday, March 21, at Bundy-Law Funeral Home, Cambridge, where friends may call from 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, March 20.

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