Greystone Inn & Suites
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... and the Americans against the Creeks in the Redstick Rebellion (1813-1814) and against the British at the Battles of Pensacola and New Orleans (1814-1815.)
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... first 5 or 6 years they lived in a rental apartment in Arlington, Virginia where my older sister Anne and I were born. After that, they bought their first home in Riverdale Maryland, just on the other side of DC, a 3 bedroom, 1 bath house that they bought for $12,000. As our family grew, with the addition of younger sisters Jean and Mary and younger brother John, we finished off the basement of the home to include another bedroom ...
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