WHEN Dr. Patricia Loeb moved into her historic house in Roslyn Village, an oyster-white Federal farmhouse built in , she nicknamed it Bertha. Loeb and her husband, Thomas, a surgeon, bought the house from a developer who was about to demolish it or move it to a modern development. Instead, the Loebs moved it piece by piece three miles to an empty lot in Roslyn Village. Now Bertha is ensconced between a home built in and another that dates from Loeb said.
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Dentist helps solve decades-old mystery of dinosaur footprints on cave ceiling
The Nominal Roll of Vietnam Veterans honours and commemorates approximately 61, people who served in Australia's defence forces during the period 23 May to 29 April either in Vietnam or in the waters adjacent to Vietnam. The Nominal Roll is an index of information that provides a 'snapshot' of individual service gathered from service records. You can search for an individual's Vietnam War service details, print a commemorative certificate, provide feedback, and print a permission letter to use a service badge for commemorative purposes. Commemoration: Australia's Wartime Heritage. The First Indo-China War began in late
Dinosaur footprints were found on the ceiling of a cave at Mount Morgan in Queensland, Australia in The mystery dates back to , when one researcher reported discovering dinosaur footprints on the ceiling of a cave in Queensland, Australia. Scientists were able to date the footprints back nearly million years, to the early Jurassic era, but what confused them was that it seemed to show the dinosaur walking on all fours — an implausible behaviour, according to University of Queensland paleontologist Anthony Romilio. The lack of further clues from the cave at Mount Morgan left scientists unable to determine whether the prints were some sort of aberration, or surprising evidence that ancestors of the T. Romilio thinks he's been able to crack the case thanks to a chance conversation with a dentist.