Pulaski


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Pulaski

(pəlăs`kē), town (1990 pop. 9,985), seat of Pulaski co., SW Va.; inc. 1886. It has industries that manufacture textiles, clothing, machinery, metal products, furniture, and trucks. Agricultural products include corn, alfalfa, livestock, and dairy cattle.
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Pulaski pulled away for good with three runs in the third inning.
The evening is full of amazing food and friends of SPSF Pulaski. Sponsorships and tickets are available at the SPSF website.
As a younger man, Count Casimir Pulaski developed a reputation for tremendous bravery while fighting with his father to free his native Poland from Russian control.
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Pulaski County voters on March 11 rejected a plan to create a 1.9 millage rate that would have raised an estimated $11 million a year for the school.
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They claim their request to honor General Pulaski tonight by lighting the tower in the Polish colors of white and red was shot down without explanation.
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Casimir Pulaski is known as the "Father of the American Cavalry" for his military actions at Brandywine and Germantown.
To assist in that effort, Washington dispatched General Casimir Pulaski and his famed "Pulaski Legion" to Lincoln's command.
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