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GHOST OF NORTHAMPTON By SCOTT WILEY
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Ghost Hauntings Of Northampton County
GHOST OF NORTHAMPTON By SCOTT WILEY
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Ghost Hauntings Of Northampton County
The Brotzmans of Northampton County, PA. By Kevin Frankenfield
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The Descendants of John Heinrich Brotzman of Northampton County.
The Brotzmans of Northampton County, PA. By Kevin Frankenfield
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Descendants of Jacob Heinrich Brotzman of Williams Township, Northampton County, Pa.
The Best Northampton Town Football Chants Ever By A Fan
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The Best Northampton Town Football Chants Ever, also the rudest. Don't ever give the opposition fans a break. All the best chants sung from the terraces each week. Includes classic chants,... More > Northampton Town Heroes songs. All the best songs and chants for hard core Northampton Town fans. Written by Cobblers fans for Cobblers fans.< Less
Volume 5161, Northampton Public Schools --- Northerly Stakes By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 5161, Northampton Public Schools---Northerly Stakes Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the... More > inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Northampton Co., Pa. Incomes 1863-64 By Bob Fray
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The information in this book from taken from 1864 and 1865 issues of The Easton Argus newspaper. 2550+ entries from 2100 different individuals. Rarely seen genealogical information. The data... More > presented includes: Last name, First Name, - Year, town of residence code � income< Less
Northampton Co., Pa. Incomes 1863-64 By Bob Fray
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The information in this book from taken from 1864 and 1865 issues of The Easton Argus newspaper. 2550+ entries from 2100 different individuals. Rarely seen genealogical information. The data... More > presented includes: Last name, First Name, - Year, town of residence code � income< Less
Feed Northampton: First Steps Toward a Local Food System By Tom Jandernoa et al.
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Feed Northampton: First Steps Toward a Local Food System is a food security plan prepared by graduate students at the Conway School of Landscape Design for a transition town community group in... More > Northampton, Massachusetts. The project addresses the potential for food production within Northampton, and analyzes the patterns of open space and development in the city center and how different patterns may be conducive to different kinds of production. The student team determined an approximation of the broader foodshed from which Northampton residents draw their food (and an overview of the general kinds of foods being used) as well as the kinds of social and ecological systems that might be created (or already exist) to effectively support food production in the city.< Less
Feed Northampton: First Steps Toward a Local Food System By Tom Jandernoa et al.
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Feed Northampton: First Steps Toward a Local Food System is a food security plan prepared by graduate students at the Conway School of Landscape Design for a transition town community group in... More > Northampton, Massachusetts. The project addresses the potential for food production within Northampton, and analyzes the patterns of open space and development in the city center and how different patterns may be conducive to different kinds of production. The student team determined an approximation of the broader foodshed from which Northampton residents draw their food (and an overview of the general kinds of foods being used) as well as the kinds of social and ecological systems that might be created (or already exist) to effectively support food production in the city.< Less