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Ephrata monument.

an essay on education and a reply to Professor James of Harvard

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        Paginationxvi, 119 p. :
        Number of Pages51
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Right behind the monument you'll see the park's walking, biking and running trail. Most of the teaching focused on reading, writing, and arithmetic.

Contact Rob Merena Content, including images, displayed on this website is protected by copyright laws. Winters Memorial Trail, a rail-trail that was named in his honor. A number of Native American tools found at Ephrata suggest this land was a prime hunting spot for Ephrata monument. first human inhabitants of the region. It was a brief experiment and when the husbands and wives returned to their farms, the building was remodeled to accommodate the Sisterhood who called themselves the Roses of Sharon.

Titled "Grandfather Cuts Loose the Ponies," the scene symbolically re-creates the Great Spirit turning loose a herd of wild horses above the Columbia River's Wanapum Lake.

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Visit Winters Leadership Memorial at Veterans' Plaza on your trip to Ephrata

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After finishing its construction, the Brotherhood found they had gathered enough materials to construct an adjoining Saal Meetinghousewhich was demolished about 1855.