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 Williston is a historic home and farm complex located near Orange, Orange County, Virginia. It was built in 1867, and is a two-story, three bay, Italianate style brick dwelling. The front facade features a tall portico with paired fluted polygonal columns set on pedestals. The interior features stenciled and painted murals on the dining room walls. Also on the property are the contributing smokehouse, hen house, servants house, carriage house, granary and the foundation and lean-to of what was f...
Potter Hall is a historic home located at Williston, Caroline County, Maryland, United States. It is an early-19th-century, Federal-influenced house facing the Choptank River. The house was constructed in three sections: a tall 2 1�-story Flemish bond brick structure built about 1808 adjoining a lower 2 1�-story, two-bay-wide central section built about 1750, also of Flemish bond brick, then a frame single-story kitchen wing added in 1930. Each of the three sections has a gable roof. Potter ...
 
Williston Mill Historic District is a national historic district in Denton, Caroline County, Maryland. It consists of two historic structures--a grist mill and a millers house--which share the acreage with the mill stream and race that empties into Mill Creek, a tributary of the Choptank River. The Williston millers house is a two-story, four-bay single-pile frame dwelling, built originally between 1840 and 1850 with later 19th century expansions. The mill building dates from around 1830-1840, w...
 

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Queens Village is a station on the Main Line of the Long Island Rail Road, located between 218th Street and Springfield Boulevard in Queens Village, Queens, New York City. It has two side platforms along the four-track line and except for one AM peak westbound train from East Williston on the Oyster Bay Branch, is served by Hempstead Branch trains only. Just east of the station is Queens Interlocking, a universal interlocking that splits the four-track line into two parallel two-track lines � ...
 
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 The Nashawannuck Mills Historic District of Easthampton, Massachusetts encompasses a 19th-century industrial complex on Cottage Street in the heart of the town. Most of the connected series of brick buildings were built between about 1848 and 1870, although the facilities were used for industrial purposes until 1970. The oldest building erected was by Samuel Williston for a button factory. Powered by a dam that impounded Bound Brook, the facility expanded in both size and function, eventually be...
 
 
Williston is a town in Chittenden County, Vermont, United States. Originally rural and laid out with many farms, in recent decades it has developed into an affluent suburb of Burlington, the largest city in the state. The population of Williston was 8,698 at the 2010 census, an increase of over 1,000 people since the 2000 census. The estimated population in 2014 estimate was 9,215. Williston is one of the fastest-growing towns in the state, and while becoming more populated, has also developed a...
Dams in North Dakota, Buildings and structures in McLean County, North Dakota, Buildings and structures in Mercer County, North Dakota, Dams on the Missouri River, Earth-filled dams, United States Army Corps of Engineers dams, Dams completed in 1953, Forcibly depopulated communities in the United States, Hidden categories:, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages with citations having bare URLs, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from December 2014, Coord...Garrison Dam is an earth-fill embankment dam on the Missouri River in central North Dakota, constructed 1947-1953. The Three Affiliated Tribes owned the land needed to flood. Short of confiscation by eminent domain the tribes protested and achieved remuneration, but lost 94% of their agricultural land.:59-60 constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from 1947-53 at over two miles (3 km) in length, the dam is the fifth-largest earthen dam in the world. The reservoir impounded by the dam is ...
 

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Williston, North Dakota, 1887 establishments in the United States, Cities in North Dakota, Cities in Williams County, North Dakota, County seats in North Dakota, Micropolitan areas of North Dakota, North Dakota populated places on the Missouri River, Populated places established in 1887, Hidden categories:, Pages using web citations with no URL, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Use dmy dates from August 2010, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Artic...
 
 
 
 The Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center is a museum near Williston, North Dakota. It is dedicated to telling the story of the confluence of the Yellowstone and the Missouri Rivers in the western section of North Dakota near the Montana border. It features exhibits on the geography, geology, and history of the area. The interpretive center is located one-half mile east of historic Fort Buford near Williston, North Dakota. It also offers dramatic views of the Missouri and Yellowsto...
 KUMV-TV, channel 8, is the NBC affiliate for Williston, North Dakota. The station operates as a semi-satellite of KMOT in Minot, North Dakota. This outlet broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 8 (or virtual channel 8.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter west of Williston near the North Dakota- Montana border. KUMV identifies itself as a station in its own right, but simulcasts all programming from KMOT. However, KUMV airs local news inserts into KMOTs weeknight newscasts, airs sep...
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 KXMD-TV, channel 11, is the CBS affiliate for Williston, North Dakota. The station operates as a semi-satellite of KXMC-TV in Minot, North Dakota. This outlet broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 14 (or virtual channel 11.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter west of Williston near the North Dakota- Montana border. KXMD identifies itself as a station in its own right, but simulcasts all programming from KXMC. However, KXMD airs separate commercials and station identifications. The...
 

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 McGregor Pass, 1,555 metres (5,102 ft), is a mountain pass located on the Continental Divide in the Canadian Rockies and near the head of the McGregor River, to the north of Wishaw Mountain and to the west of Kakwa Pass, which is in the same vicinity. McGregor Pass forms the division between the Hart Ranges of the Rockies, which begin at Mount Sir Alexander just to the northwest and extend to the Peace Reach of Lake Williston, and the Continental Ranges, the largest and most well-known segment o...
 The Crooked River is a river in the Central Interior of British Columbia, Canada, beginning at Summit Lake^ and the community of the same name, flowing north into McLeod Lake. It is part of the drainage area of the Pack River, via the McLeod River north from McLeod Lake and which feeds Lake Williston, and therefore also part of the Peace River basin and in the Arctic Ocean drainage. South of its source at Summit Lake is the drainage basin of the Fraser River, and so of the Pacific Ocean. Crooked...
 
 
The W. A. C. Bennett Dam is a large hydroelectric dam on the Peace River in northern British Columbia, Canada. At 183 m (660 ft) high, it is one of the world�s highest earth fill dams. Construction of the dam began in 1961 and culminated in 1968. At the dam, the Finlay, the Parsnip and the Peace Rivers feed into Williston Lake, also referred to as Williston Reservoir. It is the third largest artificial lake in North America (after the Smallwood Reservoir and Manicouagan) as well as the largest...
 
 
 Butler Ridge Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. Located on the northern shore of the Peach Reach arm of Williston Lake, 20 km northwest of Hudsons Hope, the park covers an area of 6,694 ha. Within the Peace Foothills ecosection, it includes three biogeoclimatic zones: the Engelmann Spruce-Subalpine Fir, the Sub-Boreal Spruce, and the Black and White Boreal Spruce zones. This cold and moist area is used as winter ranges by caribou, Stones sheep, moose, and elk. It i...
Mackenzie is a district municipality within the Fraser-Fort George Regional District in central British Columbia, Canada. The community is located at the south end of Williston Lake. The townsite, established by Alexandra Forest Industries (acquired by BC Forest Products in 1967) and Cattermole Timber (partnered with Jujo Paper in 1970 to create Finlay Forest Industries), was named for Sir Alexander MacKenzie (1764�1820). Mackenzies main industries are logging, lumber, market pulp and tourism....
 
 
 
 
 

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 The Nechako Reservoir, sometimes called the Ootsa Lake Reservoir, is a hydroelectric reservoir in British Columbia, Canada that was formed by the Kenney Dam making a diversion of the Nechako River through the Kitimat Ranges of the Coast Mountains to sea level at Kemano to service the new Alcan aluminum smelter at Kitimat. When it was constructed on the Nechako River in 1952, it resulted in the relocation of over 75 families. It was one of the biggest reservoirs built in Canada to date, until the...
Germansen Landing is an unincorporated settlement on the Omineca River, at the confluence of that river and its tributary the Germansen, in the Northern Interior of British Columbia, Canada. The settlement was a focus of the Omineca Gold Rush of the 1860s. A Hudson Bay Supply post there supplied the miners and trappers. Placer mining continued into the 1930s, when the Depression created a market for gold. The area is very remote and required multiple lake and trail journeys to get to from Fort S...
 
 
The Omineca Mountains, also known as the Ominecas, are a group of remote mountain ranges in north-central British Columbia, Canada. They are bounded by the Finlay River on the north, the Rocky Mountain Trench (here filled by Lake Williston) on the east, the Nation Lakes on the south, and the upper reaches of the Omineca River on the west. The lower course of the Omineca River flows through the heart of the range. To the south of the Ominecas is the Nechako Plateau, to the west the Skeena Mountai...
 Fort Ware, is the former name of the community of Kwadacha. Referred to by locals simply as Ware it is an aboriginal community in northern British Columbia, Canada, located in the Rocky Mountain Trench at the confluence of the Finlay and Warneford Rivers, in the Rocky Mountain Trench upstream from the end of the Parsnip Reach (north arm) of Williston Lake. According to the Industry Canada website, the population of Fort Ware is 266 and there are 53 dwelling places. Fort Ware is in the federal el...
 Thutade Lake is located in the Omineca Mountains of the Northern Interior of British Columbia, Canada. About 40 km in length, and no more than about 2 km wide, the lake is primarily significant as the ultimate source of the Mackenzie River. The lake is at the head of the Finlay River, which joins the Peace River via Williston Lake. The area is very remote, being located about 260 km north of Smithers, although several mining operations for ores containing copper, lead, zinc and silver have occur...

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  Williston Highlands is a census-designated place (CDP) in Levy County, Florida, United States. The population was 2,275 at the 2010 census.  

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