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Tabor City, North Carolina print that page

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It was named after Mount Tabor Baptist Church (now Tabor City Baptist Church), which itself is named after the biblical Mount Tabor . Originally named Mt. Tabor , the town adopted its current name after postal authorities confused it with Tarboro, North Carolina . Notoriously known as

Mount Tabor print that page

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4 Vegetation 5 Tourism 5.1 Accessibility 5.2 Walking paths 5.3 Activities on Mount Tabor 6 References [ edit ] Geology The mountain is a horst , and is not volcanic. In spite of its proximity to the Nazareth mountains, it constitutes a separate geological form. [ edit

Mount Tabor, Vermont print that page

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According to the United States Census Bureau , the town has a total area of 43.8 square miles (113.4 km 2 ), of which, 43.7 square miles (113.3 km 2 ) of it is land and 0.1 square miles (0.1 km 2 ) of it (0.11%) is water. [ edit ] Demographics As of the census [ 1 ] of 2000, there

Horace Tabor print that page

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Tabor was born in Holland, Vermont to Cornelius Dunham Tabor and Sarah Ferrin. [ 1 ] He was one of five children, one girl and four boys. [ 2 ] [ edit ] Stonemason and storekeeper After training as a stone mason, Tabor left home at age 19 to work the quarries of Maine and Massachusetts

James Tabor print that page

College , founded by Herbert W. Armstrong , founder and president of the Worldwide Church of God . Tabor earned his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago in 1981 in New Testament and Early Christian Literature, with an emphasis on Christian origins and ancient Judaism , including the Dead Sea

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Tabor, Iowa print that page

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3  square miles (3.3  km² ).None of the area is covered with water. [ edit ] History Tabor College , ca. 1893 In 1853 the city of Tabor was founded by several Christian clergymen, who were also active abolitionists, (George Gaston, Samuel A. Adams, and Rev. John Todd ) and their

Tabor, South Dakota print that page

improving their living conditions and attaining a better future. The majority of Czech's settled around Tabor . Being mostly of the catholic faith, their first concern was to organize a religious community. Church services first started taking place in 1871 at the log home of Vaclav Janda,

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Tábor print that page

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is the oldest reservoir of its kind in Central Europe. The historical importance of the city of Tábor ceased only when it was captured by King George of Poděbrady in 1452. The Jordan is 53 hectares in size and is used for swimming in the summer. Though a large part of the ancient fortifications

South Tabor, Portland, Oregon print that page

Uplift coalition, which serves as its link to Portland's Office of Neighborhood Involvement. South Tabor is named for its proximity to Mount Tabor , an extinct volcano and one of Portland's more popular parks. South Tabor is largely residential; all of the neighborhood's businesses are

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Galilee print that page

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Most of Galilee consists of rocky terrain, at heights of between 500 and 700 metres. There are several high mountains including Mount Tabor and Mount Meron in the region, which have relatively low temperatures and high rainfall. As a result of this climate, flora and wildlife thrive in