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"Bobby Hull" Robert Marvin Hull, Jr.,  born 3 Feb 1939, by LeRoy Neiman, Acrylic on Masonite, 1968: Bobby Hull sparked professional hockey's huge popularity boom in the United States in the 1960s with his electrifying displa...

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Princess Victoria Kawekiu Lunalilo Kalaninuiahilapalapa Ka’iulani Cleghorn, Crown Princess of Hawaii (October 16, 1875 – March 6, 1899) was heir to the throne of the Kingdom of Hawai’i and held the title of crown princess. Ka’iulani became...

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George Washington (The Athenaeum Portrait) 22 Feb 1732 - 14 Dec 1799, by Gilbert Stuart, Oil on canvas, 1796: American artist Gilbert Stuart was commissioned to paint this portrait after the success of his first portrait of Washington in 1795. Mar...

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Before takeoff, the pilot turned the rotor by hand to start it spinning before autorotation could begin. The Gyro-glider became airborne at a relative wind speed of 31 kph (19 mph), and cruised between 40 kph (25 mph) and 97 kph (60 mph). Three hu...

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A Big Boy could generate a maximum of 6,290 drawbar horsepower. The Big Boys were the only locomotives to have the 4-8-8-4 wheel arrangement in the Whyte notation, combining two sets of eight driving wheels with both a four-wheel leading truck for...

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The Loon, also called the JB-2 or KUW-1, was an American copy of the German pulsejet-powered V-1 or "Buzz Bomb" of World War II. It was designed to carry a 2,200 pound high explosive warhead to a range of 150 miles and could be l...

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Joan Miró created most of his sculpture -- more than 150 examples -- after his seventieth birthday. These late works fall into two formal groups: those cast from forms modeled by the artist and those cast from found objects. One of Miró's l...

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Ryman Auditorium was constructed between 1888 and 1892 as the Union Gospel Tabernacle. It was built by Reverend Samuel Porter Jones, an evangelist who held numerous revival meetings in Nashville from the early 1880s to 1900. Rev. Jones wanted an a...

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In 1937 the Allison V-1710 became the first American engine to qualify at 1,000 horsepower for the new 150-hour military type test. The V-1710- was also the first in the “long nose” series that provided a basis for later improved and higher po...

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King William Charles Lunalilo: He had once been engaged to Victoria Kamamalu, but because this match had been opposed by Kamehameha IV, Lunalilo remained a bachelor. He died in 1874 of tuberculosis and alcoholism, having ruled only a little over a...

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Civil War Nurses, 1924, Sculptor: Jerome Connor, Location: Downtown - M Street & Rhode Island Ave.: Also called "The Nuns of the Battlefield", this memorial recognizes nuns ("sisters") who nursed the wou...

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Monument to Charles Reed Bishop, whom is actually buried in the Kamehameha tomb. Mr. Bishop left Hawai‘i in 1894, less than a year after the Overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy, heading to Berkeley, California. He passed away in June of 1915. The...

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Bullfrogs are named for their loud, deep mating calls, much like bullhorns. They eat insects, fish, birds, snakes, baby turtles, and other frogs. Bullfrogs are native to the eastern United States, but they were released west of the Rocky Mountains...

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Part of the fishing cat's scientific name, viverrinus, comes from the taxonomic family Viverridae. Like the fishing cat, civets and other members of this group have long bodies and short legs, and many have stripes or spots along the body, an...

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When Rotorway first sold the Scorpion Too kit, it cost approximately $7,000 including engine. A Scorpion Too builder could substantially reduce this price, by as much as $3,000, if he or she could build some of the more demanding components and su...

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The Piscataway Indian Nation is a long-established tribal nation of Native Americans inhabiting traditional homelands on the western shore of Maryland's Chesapeake Bay in the areas of Charles County, Prince George's County, and St. Mary&...

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A 35-foot high sculpture of a broom and dustpan made of painted metal greets visitors at the base of the 'prow' of the new addition to Denver's Art Museum. The work, by artists Coosje van Bruggen and Claes Oldenburg, offers a double...

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Early models were variable in appearance, with open cockpits or sheet metal cabins, covered or open structures, some with four-wheel landing gear. Model D and Korean War types settled to a more utilitarian style. The most common model, the 47G int...

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Kaiona Beach Park is one of four beaches in a line in the ahupuaa of Waimanalo. On a sunny day, the water has an amazing turquoise color and is so clear that you get the feeling you’re swimming in a pool. It’s for a reason that this beach is n...

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Dwayne O'Brien (High Harmonies, Lead Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Guitars): Dwayne earned a Master's degree in the Communication of Science, Engineering and Technology from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee in 2005. He...

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