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"Abandoned St. Mary's Liquors" -- [US 17 - just south of the state line - *Yulee, Nassau County, Florida* This building is part of the (abandoned) Riverside Motel Establishment.]~[Photograph by notgruntled (Andy)]'h4d-226.2013'

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from About.com Travel

Outdoor Sculpture Garden at the Nassau County Museum of Art

Milton Avery (1893–1965) Blue Trees, 1945 Oil on canvas, 28 x 36 inches Permanent Collection of the Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York; Gift of Roy R. Neuberger

Mallards.. I know you're busy "Knockin' em down"... #waterfowl #duck #hunting…

When the Titanic hit,Molly Brown took $500 cash, as many clothes as she could wear and an Egyptian talisman she had recently purchased for good luck.She boarded lifeboat number 6. She took turns rowing the lifeboat with the other passengers and argued to return to the site and pick up more passengers.When she returned to the US, a reporter asked why she didn’t go down with the Titanic and she responded, “because I’m a Brown, we’re unsinkable.”

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Outdoor Sculpture Garden at the Nassau County Museum of Art

The Nassau County Museum of Art features outdoor sculptures in addition to its indoor art exhibits. Take this photo tour of the grounds and read about some of the excellent sculptures on view.

Margaret "Unsinkable Molly Brown" Brown' age 65, cerebral hemorage, interred Cemetery of the Holy Rood, NY

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Marconi Point, Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts - Guglielmo Marconi began dreaming of a way to send messages from transmitter to receiver without the aid of wires. He built the South Wellfleet Station on Cape Cod. January 18, 1903, the first public two-way wireless communication between Europe and America occurred at the South Wellfleet.

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