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 What is the oldest capital city in the united states?

Answer The oldest capital city in the United States is Santa Fe, the capital of New Mexico. Though a very small settlement by 1607, Santa Fe was truly settled between 1609 and 1610, which is 13 years prio... Read More »
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What is the oldest suspension bridge in the United States?

The oldest suspension bridge in the U.S. is the Delaware Aqueduct, built in 1847. It was built on the Delaware and Hudson Canal to facilitate transportation of goods from northern Pennsylvania to m... Read More »
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What is the oldest United States road atlas?

The first United States road atlas was created by Christopher Colles in 1789. It was titled “A Survey of the Roads of the United States of America.” The second United States atlas to be publish... Read More »
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Is a United States bachelor's degree accepted at a United Kingdom university?

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What is the largest university in the United States?

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