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If approved, they will then be nominated to the National Register of Historic Places for further protections.
Here are the Long Island locations nominated for consideration: The Charles and Anna Bates House in Greenport This wood-framed, two-story, three-bay home features Greek Revival style architecture, with some renovations in the Italianate Revival Style, making it very distinct stylistically. The home was adapted to become a boardinghouse in 1870, which prompted the owners to further modernize the home as it transitioned from a private to public property. The George Sumner Kellogg House in Baldwin This two and a half story Queen Anne-style structure is the last one of its kind in Baldwin.
Ed in Administration of Higher Education from Suffolk University. I once saw a quote that read: F-A-I-L is First-Attempt-At-Learning.
Papers and projects may not work out, presentations may not be perfect and you may get a grade you are not proud of.
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