(Encyclopedia) Haddonfield, borough (1990 pop. 11,628), Camden co., SE N.J., a residential suburb of Camden and Philadelphia; settled c.1713, inc. 1875. Of interest are Indian King Tavern (1750),? (Encyclopedia) Disappointment, Cape, projecting into the Pacific Ocean, SW Wash., on the northern side of the mouth of the Columbia River. It was named in 1788 by English Capt. John Meares, who? (Encyclopedia) Montpelier, estate, central Va., near Charlottesville; formerly the home of President James Madison. The brick mansion was built c.1760 by Madison's father. Altered and enlarged? (Encyclopedia) Washington and Lee University, at Lexington, Va.; coeducational; founded and opened 1749 as Augusta Academy. It was called Liberty Hall in 1776; became Liberty Hall Academy (a college? (Encyclopedia) Watauga w?tg?, river, 60 mi (97 km) long, rising in the Blue Ridge Mts., NW N.C., and flowing NW to the south fork of the Holston River near Kingsport, Tenn. Watauga Dam (completed? (Encyclopedia) Starved Rock, cliff, 140 ft (43 m) high, overlooking the Illinois River between La Salle and Ottawa, N Ill. Legend says that in the 18th cent. the Ottawas drove a band of Illinois onto? (Encyclopedia) Etowah ?t?w?, ?t??, river, 141 mi (227 km) long, rising in the Blue Ridge Mts., N Ga., and flowing SW to Rome, Ga., where it joins the Oostanaula River to form the Coosa. Allatoona? (Encyclopedia) Ringwood, borough (1990 pop. 12,623), Passaic co., N N.J., in the Ramapo Mts. and on the Wanaque River near the N.Y. line. Iron was found nearby in 1730; mines and works were developed? (Encyclopedia) Sheridan, city (1990 pop. 13,900), seat of Sheridan co., N Wyo., on Goose Creek E of the Bighorn Mts., in a mineral, livestock, and irrigated farm region; inc. 1884. It is a regional? (Encyclopedia) Spring Valley. 1 Uninc. community (1990 pop. 55,331), within the confines of San Diego, San Diego co., SW Calif., on Sweetwater Lake. It is a rapidly growing residential community,?