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  • LaQuinta, also known as Bartlesville Wesleyan College, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, was built in 1930. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
  • La Quinta is a resort city in Riverside County, California, USA, specifically in the Coachella Valley between Indian Wells and Indio. The population was 23,694 at the 2000 census. The Robb Report credits La Quinta as the nation's leading golf destination.
  • La Quinta Inn is a chain of limited service hotels in the United States, Canada and Mexico. LQ Management LLC, the owner, has its headquarters in the Las Colinas area of Irving, Texas, near Dallas.
  • A town in southwestern Connecticut, an affluent suburb southwest of Bridgeport; pop. 24,410
  • Westport is a train station in Westport, New York served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. It was originally built by the Delaware and Hudson Railroad in 1876. The station houses the Depot Theatre, a professional summer stock theatre affiliated with Actors' Equity Association.
  • Westport is a stop on the Baltimore Light Rail system. The station is located north of Smith Cove on the west side of the Patapsco River. It currently has no free public parking but has connections to MTA Maryland buses 27 and 51.
  • A former town, now part of Kansas City in Missouri, that was a 19th-century gateway to the westbound Santa Fe Trail
  • Westport is a coastal town located on Long Island Sound in Fairfield County, Connecticut, 47 miles north of New York City in the United States. The population was estimated at 26,615 in 2005.
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The Three Weissmanns of Westport: A Novel
The Three Weissmanns of Westport: A Novel

Betty Weissmann has just been dumped by her husband of forty-eight years. Exiled from her elegant New York apartment by her husband’s mistress, she and her two middle-aged daughters, Miranda and Annie, regroup in a run-down Westport, Connecticut, beach cottage. In Schine’s playful and devoted homage to Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility, the impulsive sister is Miranda, a literary agent entangled in a series of scandals, and the more pragmatic sister is Annie, a library director, who feels compelled to move in and watch over her capricious mother and sister. Schine’s witty, wonderful novel “is simply full of pleasure: the pleasure of reading, the pleasure of Austen, and the pleasure that the characters so rightly and humorously pursue….An absolute triumph” (The Cleveland Plain Dealer).

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La Quinta Inn & Suites
La Quinta Inn & Suites
La Quinta Inn & Suites Wichita is the hotel for business or leisure travelers with fast and convenient access to K-96, I-35 and I-135. With a host of attractions, businesses and dining options just minutes away, you'll find that you come to the right spot.
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The Battle of Westport: Missouri's Great Confederate Raid (Civil War Sesquicentennial)
In the fall of 1864, a Confederate cavalry column entered the state of Missouri through northern Arkansas. Skirmishing, recruiting and pillaging their way across the state in a raid led by Major General Sterling Price, the Rebels stayed just ahead of the Federal pursuit. On October 23, 1864, the two forces met in the largest battle of the Civil War west of the Mississippi. Just south of the frontier community of Kansas City, near the town of Westport, thirty thousand men clashed in the fields and hills along the Kansas border. Historian Paul Kirkman tells the story of the Battle of Westport, known as the "Gettysburg of the West," from its roots in "Bleeding Kansas" to its aftermath and stories of survivors.
Other books in the Civil War Sesquicentennial Series include:The Battle of Antietam ¦ The Battle of Franklin ¦ The Chancellorsville Campaign ¦ The Battle of South Mountain ¦ Stonewall Jackson's 1862 Valley Campaign ¦ Charleston Under Siege ¦ Andersonville Civil War Prison ¦ The Civil War at Perryville ¦ The Battle of Okolona ¦ Fort Davidson and the Battle of Pilot Knobb ¦ The Two Civil War Battles of Newtonia ¦ The Battle of Port Royal ¦ The Confederacy's Secret Weapon ¦ Lee in the Lowcountry ¦ Defending South Carolina's Coast ¦ Facing Sherman in South Carolina ¦ The Battle of Brandy Station ¦ The Battle of Cedar Creek ¦ The Battle of Fredericksburg ¦ The Battle of Piedmont ¦ The Battle of New Market Heights ¦ Big Bethel ¦ The Battle of Mine Creek ¦ West Virginia in the Civil War ¦ Civil War Atlanta