White Plains


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White Plains

A city of southeast New York north of of New York City. It was the site of a Revolutionary War battle in 1776.
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Wherever a battle was fought,--whether at Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, Princeton, Brandywine, or Germantown,--some of her brave sons were found slain upon the field.
And there was an old gentleman who shall be nameless, being too rich a mynheer to be lightly mentioned, who, in the battle of White Plains, being an excellent master of defence, parried a musket-ball with a small-sword, insomuch that he absolutely felt it whiz round the blade, and glance off at the hilt; in proof of which he was ready at any time to show the sword, with the hilt a little bent.
As far as the eye could reach on the white plain behind, red trails were visible.
Arrived at the upper ridge of the promontory, I saw a vast white plain covered with morses.
The snows descended on my head, and I saw the print of his huge step on the white plain.
White Plains Mayor Tom Roach, Housing Authority director Mack Carter, and developer Jonathan Rose were joined by local, state and federal officials to officially opened the Prelude and the White Plains Education & Training Center (WPETC).
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