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Pennville and has
Pennville has had two high schools, the first being organized around 1890 and existing until 1910.

Pennville and Jay
Pennville is a town in Penn Township, Jay County, Indiana, United States.
In 1905 a petition was presented to the Jay County Commissioners asking that the town be incorporated under the name of Pennville.
The second Pennville High School was built in 1911 on Jones Hill ( sometimes called Gregg Hill ) and was in session until 1975, when the five smaller Jay County schools – Portland, Pennville, Bryant, Redkey and Dunkirk-consolidated into the countywide Jay County High School outside Portland, Indiana.
* Pennville, Indiana, in Jay County

Pennville and County
The history of Pennville began when Samuel Grisell and Moses Hamilton left their homes in Columbiana County, Ohio in the spring of 1834 to search for government land for a permanent home.
Provident Hospital, a precursor to the Caylor-Nickel Clinic in Bluffton, Wells County, Indiana, existed in Pennville from November 1, 1907 until 1917.
Located approximately 1-1 / 2 miles east of the town limits on County Road W400N ( extended East Lagro Street ), this cemetery is the largest burial ground in the Pennville area.
Pennville is a census-designated place ( CDP ) in York County, Pennsylvania, United States.
* Pennville, Wayne County, Indiana

Pennville and by
Founded by Hicksite Quakers, who were early abolitionists, Pennville and the surrounding area is rich in the history of the Underground Railroad.

Pennville and 1836
Many early settlers of Pennville are interred here, including Samuel Grisell, who platted the town in 1836.

Pennville and .
Pennville is located at ( 40. 493323 ,-85. 147414 ), along the Salamonie River.
The change to the town name of Pennville was gradual and began when the post office was applied for at Camden.
Since Camden no longer existed after an earlier collapse of the corporation, and the post office was named Penn, this caused confusion and more and more the town was called Pennville.
From 1903 until 1917, the Cincinnati, Bluffton and Chicago Railroad, sometimes referred to as the CB & C, ran through Pennville.
The Pennville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. is located at 105 North Washington Street, and is a non-profit domestic corporation created October 23, 1961, the first fire department in the town having been organized in 1919.
The Pennville Friends Church is located at 130 West Maple Street in Pennville.
The Pennville United Methodist Church is located at 160 West Main Street.
The Twin Hills lie approximately 2 – 3 miles east of Pennville.
Approximately 2-1 / 2 miles north of Pennville on Indiana State Road 1, near Balbec, Indiana, a marker was erected in 1923 to mark the site of the pioneer home of Jimmy and Rachel Silliven, an important “ station ” of the Underground Railroad.

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I worked for my Uncle ( an Uncle by marriage so you will not think this has a mild undercurrent of incest ) who ran one of those antique shops in New Orleans' Vieux Carre, the old French Quarter.
But in our case -- and neither my wife nor I have extreme views on integration, nor are we given to emotional outbursts -- the situation has ruined one or two valued friendships and come close to wrecking several more.
In what has aptly been called a `` constitutional revolution '', the basic nature of government was transformed from one essentially negative in nature ( the `` night-watchman state '' ) to one with affirmative duties to perform.
Historically, however, the concept is one that has been of marked benefit to the people of the Western civilizational group.
But it is more than irony: one of the main reasons why nationalism is no longer a tenable concept is because it has spread throughout the planet.
`` Now that Bruno Walter is virtually in retirement and my dear friend Dimitri Mitropoulos is no longer with us, I am probably the only one -- with the possible exception of Leonard Bernstein -- who has this special affinity for and champions the works of Bruckner and Mahler ''.
Madison once remarked: `` My life has been so much a public one '', a comment which fits the careers of the other six.
Even the great god Faulkner, the South's one probable contender for literary immortality, has little concerned himself with these matters ; ;
An approach that has appealed to some choreographers is reminiscent of Charles Olson's statement of the process of projective verse: `` one perception must immediately and directly lead to a further perception ''.
There was also a lesson, one that has served ever since to keep Americans, in their conflicts with one another, from turning from the ballot to the bullet.
He is a widower, his three children are dead, he has no one left on earth ; ;
And it is precisely in this poorer economic class that one finds, and has always found, the most racial friction.
This sentence would have most of the characteristics of a question, but it has some of the characteristics of a statement because the questioner has conveyed the fact that he has no faith in his own timepiece or the one attached to his car.
It will be noted that point f has seven nearest neighbors, h and e have six, and p has only one, while the remaining points have intermediate numbers.
This is an unsolved problem which probably has never been seriously investigated, although one frequently hears the comment that we have insufficient specialists of the kind who can compete with the Germans or Swiss, for example, in precision machinery and mathematics, or the Finns in geochemistry.
A perceptive journalist, Sam Lubell, has phrased it in the title of one of his books as the revolt of the moderates.
Research into several cultures has proven her position to be a mistaken one.
It is, however, a disarming disguise, or perhaps a shield, for not only has Mercer proved himself to be one of the few great lyricists over the years, but also one who can function remarkably under pressure.
Arlen is one of the few ( possibly the only ) composer Mercer has been able to work with so closely, for they held their meetings in Arlen's study.

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At the time, these were the oldest fossils discovered in Australia, though this record has now been far surpassed.
The Chāndogya Upaniṣad, dated to the 8th or 7th century BCE, one of the oldest Upanishads, has the earliest evidence for the use of the word ahimsa in the sense familiar in Hinduism ( a code of conduct ).
The school has the oldest undergraduate engineering program in the Ivy League ( 1847 ).
The town is inhabited by one of the oldest Christian communities in the world, although the size of the community has shrunk due to emigration.
Generally regarded as Sweden's oldest town, Birka ( along with Hovgården ) has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993.
It has the oldest university of the Swiss Confederation ( 1460 ).
One of the oldest and most accessible parts of combinatorics is graph theory, which also has numerous natural connections to other areas.
A hominid skull was been found by Michel Brunet in 2002, in Borkou, that is more than 7 million years old, the oldest discovered anywhere in the world ; it has been given the name Sahelanthropus tchadensis.
Rock art of the " Round Head " style, found in the Ennedi region, has been dated to before the 7th millennium BC and, because of the tools with which the rocks were carved and the scenes they depict, may represent the oldest evidence in the Sahara of Neolithic industries.
Despite its faintness, Capricornus has one of the oldest mythological associations, having been consistently represented as a hybrid of a goat and a fish since the Middle Bronze Age.
Cairo has the oldest and largest film and music industries in the Arab World, as well as the world's second-oldest institution of higher learning, al-Azhar University.
The Catholic Church has what is claimed to be the oldest continuously functioning internal legal system in Western Europe, much later than Roman law but predating evolution of modern European civil law traditions.
Aside from Who Dey, the team also has the Cincinnati Ben – Gals, the team's cheerleading squad, which is known for having Laura Vikmanis, the oldest cheerleader in league history.
India has also the oldest evidence for the introduction of toe-stirrups.
Although there has been an old tradition and like for making census in Spain, the oldest ones dating back to the 12th century ( by Alfonso VII of the Kingdom of Castile ), the first modern census was carried out in 1768 by Conde de Aranda, under the reign of Carlos III.
Drums are the world's oldest and most ubiquitous musical instruments, and the basic design has remained virtually unchanged for thousands of years.
It has served in the Iraqi War and remains as the oldest cavalry unit, as well as the most decorated one, in the U. S. Army.
In addition to being the source of the Roman alphabet, it has been suggested that it passed northward into Venetia and from there through Raetia into the Germanic lands, where it became the Elder Futhark alphabet, the oldest form of the runes.
* Felpham & Middleton Country Dance Club has written a history from 1933 – 1994, just about one of the oldest extant English Country Dance clubs in England.
This word has been used as an epithet of various Vedic deities, like Varuna, and has been attested in the Holy Rig Veda, possibly the oldest compiled book among the Indo-Europeans.
It is the oldest continually operated experimental film festival in North America and has become one of the premiere film festivals for independent and, primarily, experimental filmmakers to showcase their work.
Japan has one of the oldest and largest film industries in the world – as of 2010 the fourth largest by number of feature films produced.
Ealing Studios has a claim to being the oldest continuously working film studio facility in the world.
This area is one of the region ’ s oldest milk producers ; it has chalky soil, marked by history and human activity, and is favourable for the raising of goats.

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