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“There used to be a lot more of us,” said Greenwood, who serves on the board of directors for the National Audubon Society.
W.C. Handy, the so-called Father of the Blues and composer of “St. Louis Blues,” is buried in Greenwood Cemetery in the Bronx.Blues Musicians in Unmarked Graves Are Finally Getting Some Respect|Malcolm Jones|January 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Greenwood is a tiny farming community of 15,000 people, and we found about 70 percent of our locations within a three-mile radius.
Within an hour of arriving in Greenwood, Miss., we had found our “backlot” for The Help.
Boy, were we wrong: Being in Greenwood provided the right recipe to re-create that feeling.
Mr. Greenwood knew well that this was only the beginning of his troubles.
Mr. Greenwood got up from the edge of the chair, and again stood in the middle of the room.
"Call upon me to-morrow, and I will give you another twenty pounds to free me from these bonds," said Greenwood.The Mysteries of London, v. 1/4|George W. M. Reynolds
It will have been caught ere now, or it will make its way to Greenwood.Lewis Rand|Mary Johnston
We followed the Chambersburg pike as far as Greenwood where we turned to the left down a road leading southerly.Our campaign around Gettysburg|John Lockwood