What type of camp was Fort Oglethorpe?

Answer Primarily Ft. Oglethorpe was a training post prior to and during WW1 and WW2. During WW2 it became an induction center, and later became one of the primary training posts for WACs.See the related l... Read More »

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What was James Oglethorpe famous for?

James Edward Oglethorpe was an English philanthropist who was best known for his anti-slavery sentiments and founding the Georgia colony. Oglethorpe led the colonial expedition himself, founding th... Read More »

What is the meaning of the name Dalton?

The male name Dalton means "town in the valley," according to Nickelodeon Parents Connect. The name is of English origin and used primarily in English-speaking countries. In 2009, the name ranked 2... Read More »

What direction does Pennsylvania's winds come from?

Prevailing winds in most of central Pennsylvania are from the west for most of the year. In eastern Pennsylvania, most winds come from the northwest during the fall, winter and spring, with variab... Read More »

What direction will you go from Europe to South America?

Getting on any plane to any destination anywhere in the world is currently most unlikely without identification, and the method of identification is most likely to be a passport so - NO.