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THANK YOU #44th #President Of The United States #BarackObama & #FirstLady Of The United States #MichelleObama #FINAL #WhiteHouse #Concert On #October21st #2016 Will Air On #BET #Channel On #Tuesday #November15th #2016 Check Your Local #Listing A six-page program for the event, titled #LoveandHappiness

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#TONIGHT #REMINDER Inside #44th #President Of The United States #BarackObama & #FirstLady Of The United States #MichelleObama #FINAL #WhiteHouse #Concert On #October21st #2016 Will Aired On #BET #Channel On #Tuesday #November15th #2016 Check Your Local #Listing A six-page program for the event, titled “Love and Happiness,”

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THANK YOU #44th #President Of The United States #BarackObama & #FirstLady Of The United States #MichelleObama #FINAL #WhiteHouse #Concert On #October21st #2016 Will Air On #BET #Channel On #Tuesday #November15th #2016 Check Your Local #Listing A six-page program for the event, titled #LoveandHappiness

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11/15/2016 OBAMA'S WORLD: Final WhiteHouse Concert On 10/29/2016 Will Air On BET Channel On Check Your Local Listing A six-page program for the event, titled Love and Happiness.

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THANK YOU #44th #President Of The United States #BarackObama & #FirstLady Of The United States #MichelleObama #FINAL #WhiteHouse #Concert On #October21st #2016 Will Air On #BET #Channel On #Tuesday #November15th #2016 Check Your Local #Listing A six-page program for the event, titled #LoveandHappiness

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#REMINDER Inside #44th #President Of The United States #BarackObama & #FirstLady Of The United States #MichelleObama #FINAL #WhiteHouse #Concert On #October21st #2016 Will Aired On #BET #Channel On #Tuesday #November15th #2016 Check Your Local #Listing

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Barrackville Covered Bridge, Over Buffalo Creek, Barrackville, Marion Co, WV-- The Barrackville Bridge spans 145 feet (44 m) in a single span across Buffalo Creek near Barrackville, West Virginia. Built by in 1853 by local bridge builder Lemuel Chenoweth, the structure is a modified arched Burr truss, with siding added twenty years after the bridge's construction.[2] It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.[1]--WIKI-history

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