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Williamsburg is the name of some places in the United States of America:

and... The Williamsburg Bridge connects the Brooklyn neighborhood to Manhattan Williamsburg is a neighborhood in northern Brooklyn, New York City. ... Williamsburg is a town located in Fremont County, Colorado. ... Williamsburg is a census-designated place and an unincorporated area located in Orange County, Florida. ... Williamsburg is a city located in Iowa County, Iowa. ... Williamsburg is a city located in Franklin County, Kansas. ... Williamsburg is a city located in Whitley County, Kentucky. ... The Battle of Williamsburg, also known as the Battle of Fort Magruder, took place on May 5, 1862 in York County and Williamsburg, Virginia as part of the Peninsula Campaign of the American Civil War. ... Williamsburg is a town located in Hampshire County, Massachusetts. ... Whitewater Township is a township in Grand Traverse County in the U.S. state of Michigan. ... Williamsburg is a village located in Sierra County, New Mexico. ... Williamsburg is a village located in Clermont County, Ohio. ... Williamsburg is a borough located in Blair County, Pennsylvania. ... Williamsburg is a city located on the Virginia Peninsula in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. ... View of Duke of Gloucester Street Colonial Williamsburg is the historic district of the independent city of Williamsburg, Virginia. ...

  • Williamsburg was also the name of the presidential yacht of the USA.

(There are also places, both in the United States and elsewhere, named Williamsboro, Williamsborough, Williamsburgh, Williams, Williamsport, Williamston, Williamstown and Williamsville.) Williamsburgh is a place name, derived from the name William and the Scots language and Scottish English word burgh: Williamsburgh, Paisley, a residential area in Paisley, Scotland, originally a separate village outwith the boundary of the ancient Burgh of Paisley Williamsburg, Brooklyn, originally called Williamsburgh from 1802-1855 Rockville, Maryland... Williams is a patronymic form of the name William, and is a common surname in Britain and nations with an English heritage. ... Williamsport is the name of some places in the United States of America: Williamsport, Maryland Williamsport, Ohio Williamsport, Pennsylvania (There are also places named Williams, Williamsburg, Williamston, Williamstown, and Williamsville. ... Williamston is the name of several places in the United States of America: Williamston, Michigan Williamston, North Carolina Williamston, South Carolina There are also places named Williamstown; see also Williams, Williamsburg, Williamson, Williamsport, and Williamsville. ... Williamstown is the name of several places in the Australia: Williamtown, New South Wales Williamstown, South Australia Williamstown, Victoria, which gives its name to the Williamstown railway line, Melbourne, and Williamstown railway station, Melbourne Williamstown is the name of a village in Canada: Williamstown, Ontario Williamstown is the name of... Williamsville is the name of some places in the United States of America: Williamsville, New York Williamsville, Vermont Williamsville, Illinois (There are also places named Williams, Williamsburg, Williamsport, Williamston, and Williamstown. ...


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Williamsburg Bridge (3248 words)
Upon the completion of the Williamsburg Bridge, Lindenthal avoided references to its design, emphasizing instead that it was twice as strong as the Brooklyn Bridge.
The roadway of the Williamsburg Bridge had been adapted not only for the ten-car subway trains, but also for the automobiles and truck traffic that was unforeseen even in 1911.
Although the new Williamsburg Bridge was to be built 48 feet south of the existing bridge, it was to be executed in a way that total traffic disruption during the estimated four-year construction period was to be only 80 hours.
Williamsburg (2132 words)
Williamsburg next steamed on Weather Station Patrol "Baker" from 18 to 20 July and towed two buoys from Reykjavik to Hvalfjordur before returning to her home port on the 22d to remain there until the end of the month.
Williamsburg manned her general quarters stations but lost the plane in the swirling mist and fog.
Instead, Williamsburg's new employment was to be that of presidential yacht —to replace Potomac (AG-25), the former Coast Guard cutter and long-time favorite of the late President Roosevelt.
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