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Motorcycle Safety Pledge | Remembering Riders from the SDOHS
Honor fallen motorcycle riders. Take the motorcycle safety pledge to ride responsibly and get your memorial patch from the South Dakota Office of Highway Safety.
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New Brunswick / Nova Scotia Postal History - 31 December 1855 to 14 January 1856 - UPPER MILLS, New Brunswick to New Annan, N.S. redirected to TATAMAGOUCHE, Nova Scotia

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Harris Tweed Weaver

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Early morning mist rises over the monumental Caledonian Forest of Scots Pine in Glen Affric.

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Driver Frank Brooker

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Two Non-Figurative Stained Glass Windows by Ferguson and Urie and the Samuel Lyons McKenzie Memorial Window by Brooks Robinson and Company along the Southern Aisle of the Former Saint George's Presbyterian Church - Chapel Street, St Kilda East

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“It was supposed to have beene a Scot and there slaine when duke Hamilton invaded England”

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The Saint James the Major Stained Glass Window by Ferguson and Urie; Christ Church, Brunswick - Glenlyon Road, Brunswick

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The Saint Bartholomew Stained Glass Window by Ferguson and Urie; Christ Church, Brunswick - Glenlyon Road, Brunswick

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The Saint Thomas Stained Glass Window by Ferguson and Urie; Christ Church, Brunswick - Glenlyon Road, Brunswick

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Hoddom Castle

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“we cald to see Braidley Hall”

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The Saint Andrew Stained Glass Window by Ferguson and Urie; Christ Church, Brunswick - Glenlyon Road, Brunswick