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    Wikipedia: Washington Highlands, Washington, DC


    Category: Washington Highlands

    Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia on the Washington Highlands neighborhood in SE Washington, DC.

    Ocean Acidification - Washington State Department of Ecology


    Category: Ocean Acidification

    Issues related to ocean acidification in Washington State by the WA Department of Ecology, the State's principal environmental management agency.

    Washington County Sheriff's Department


    Category: Minnesota

    Official Web Site of the Washington County Sheriff's Department in Stillwater, Minnesota

    1896 Washington Salon and Art Photographic Exhibition


    Category: Curated Virtual Exhibitions

    Three prestigious Washington, D.C. organizations played a major role in the establishment and acceptance of art photography in America. The Camera Club of the Capital Bicycle Club sponsored the 1896 Washington Salon and Art Photographic Exhibition. The Cosmos Club provided the exhibit space. And fifty of the salon's images were purchased to expand the Smithsonian Institution's national collection. National Museum of American History.

    Washington Civil War Association


    Category: Organizations

    Organization and its members portray civil and military life in the American Civil War for reenactment events and educational programs throughout Washington State; membership information and news, events schedule, based in Arlington, Washington.

    Wildernet - Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site


    Category: Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site

    Includes lists of trails, lodging, camping, and directions to this college founded by Booker T. Washington for African Americans in 1881. Preserved here are the brick buildings the students constructed themselves, Washington's home and the George Washington Carver Museum.