Synonyms for pontoosuc or Related words with pontoosuc

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Examples of "pontoosuc"
Pittsfield has several country clubs, including the Pontoosuc Lake Country Club. Pittsfield is home to two lakes, Onota and Pontoosuc, both popular for swimming, boating, and fishing. The Berkshire Rowing and Sculling Society is located on Onota Lake.
USS "Pontoosuc " was a Union Navy vessel in the American Civil War. A side wheel gunboat, "Pontoosuc" was built under contract with G. W. Lawrence and the Portland Company, Portland, Maine, and was named for Pontoosuc, Illinois, on the Mississippi River. She was commissioned at Portland on 10 May 1864 with Lieutenant Commander George A. Stevens in command.
The township contains these four cemeteries: Little Family, Myers, Pontoosuc and Tull.
Pontoosuc is a village in Hancock County, Illinois, United States. The population was 171 at the 2000 census.
Pontoosuc Township is one of twenty-five townships in Hancock County, Illinois, USA. As of the 2010 census, its population was 413 and it contained 227 housing units.
According to the 2010 census, Pontoosuc has a total area of , of which (or 67.89%) is land and (or 32.11%) is water.
Men from Pontoosuc sought to kill Joseph Smith in June 1844. They made Mary make a flag for their company. While she refused, they threatened her and she made the flag. This group was part of the mob that attacked Carthage Jail, which resulted in the death of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum. Mary's family was kept in Pontoosuc for three months and robbed of many of their possessions by these men.
Dallas City Township is one of twenty-five townships in Hancock County, Illinois, USA. As of the 2010 census, its population was 996 and it contained 502 housing units. It was formed from Pontoosuc Township in 1860.
Served as chief quartermaster on board the U.S.S. "Pontoosuc" during the capture of Fort Fisher and Wilmington, 24 December 1864 to 22 February 1865. Carrying out his duties faithfully throughout this period, Verney was recommended for gallantry and skill and for his cool courage while under fire of the enemy throughout these various actions.
Served as sailmaker's mate on board the U.S.S. "Pontoosuc" during the capture of Fort Fisher and Wilmington, 24 December 1864 to 22 February 1865. Carrying out his duties faithfully throughout this period, Williams was recommended for gallantry and skill and for his cool courage while under the fire of the enemy throughout these various actions.
On January 15, 1865, the North Carolina Confederate stronghold of Fort Fisher was taken by a combined Union storming party of sailors, marines, and soldiers under the command of Admiral David Dixon Porter and General Alfred Terry. Blair was exposed to enemy fire while serving on the deck of the Pontoosuc.
On January 15, 1865, the North Carolina Confederate stronghold of Fort Fisher was taken by a combined Union storming party of sailors, marines, and soldiers under the command of Admiral David Dixon Porter and General Alfred Terry. Fourteen-year-old Anglin was exposed to enemy fire while serving on the deck of the USS Pontoosuc.
Kellogg was president of the Western Massachusetts Insurance Company from 1857 to 1865, and the Berkshire Agricultural Society in 1860 and 1861. Kellogg was both president of the Pontoosuc Woolen Company from 1861, and of the Agricultural National Bank from 1866, until his death in 1882. Kellogg also developed the Morningside neighborhood to the north of Pittsfield's downtown.
"Pontoosuc" returned to New York on 30 August 1864 and took up escort duties. By mid-December, she had resumed blockade duties, off Wilmington. On 24 and 25 December she participated in the assault on Fort Fisher, returning to shell the Fort again in the successful mid-January 1865 attack. In February she moved up the Cape Fear River for operations against Fort Anderson. After the fall of Wilmington she resumed cruising off the coast. Seven of "Pontoosuc"'s sailors received the Medal of Honor for their actions during this campaign: Cabin Boy John Anglin, Coxswain Asa Betham, Boatswain's Mate Robert M. Blair, Captain of the Forecastle John P. Erickson, Landsman George W. McWilliams, Chief Quartermaster James W. Verney, and Sailmaker's Mate Anthony Williams.
Ordered to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron on 9 June 1864, she soon returned north and on 12 August departed New York in pursuit of the Confederate raider . Arriving at Halifax soon after 0600 on 20 August, she discovered her quarry had sailed. Underway immediately, "Pontoosuc" continued her search to the north among the fishing fleets in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. "Tallahassee", however, had turned south en route back to Wilmington, North Carolina.
Served on board the U.S.S. "Pontoosuc" during the capture of Fort Fisher and Wilmington, 24 December 1864, to 22 February 1865. Carrying out his duties faithfully throughout this period, McWilliams was so severely wounded in the assault upon Fort Fisher that he was sent to the hospital at Portsmouth, Va. McWilliams was recommended for his gallantry, skill and coolness in action while under the fire of the enemy.
Served on board the U.S.S. "Pontoosuc" during the capture of Fort Fisher and Wilmington, 24 December 1864, to 22 February 1865. Carrying out his duties faithfully throughout this period, Erickson was so severely wounded in the assault upon Fort Fisher that he was sent to the hospital at Portsmouth, Va. Erickson was recommended for his gallantry, skill, and coolness in action while under the fire of the enemy.
The Taconic Range ridgeline continues north from Potter Mountain as Brodie Mountain and south as Poppy Mountain. It is bordered to the west across the Wyomanock Creek valley by Rounds Mountain. The west side of the mountain drains into Kinderhook Creek, the Hudson River and Long Island Sound. The east side drains into Secum Brook, thence Pontoosuc Lake, the Housatonic River, and Long Island Sound.
The President of the United States of America, in the name of Congress, takes pleasure in presenting the Medal of Honor to Coxswain Asa Betham, United States Navy, for extraordinary heroism in action while serving on board the U.S.S. Pontoosuc during the capture of Fort Fisher and Wilmington, North Carolina, 24 December 1864, to 22 January 1865. Carrying out his duties faithfully during this period, Coxswain Betham was recommended for gallantry and skill and for his cool courage while under the fire of the enemy throughout these various actions.
The President of the United States of America, in the name of Congress, takes pleasure in presenting the Medal of Honor to Cabin Boy John Angling, United States Navy, for extraordinary heroism in action while serving on board the U.S.S. Pontoosuc during the capture of Fort Fisher and Wilmington, North Carolina, 24 December 1864 to 22 January 1865. Carrying out his duties faithfully during this period, Cabin Boy Angling was recommended for gallantry and skill and for his cool courage while under the fire of the enemy throughout these various actions.