Federal Hall has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'TRAVEL HOSPITAL MONEY CASH BACK' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Federal Hall had the highest popularity figure in November last year.
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[...] ’clock in the morning up to 4 o’clock in the afternoon. Next to the list is the Federal Hall National Memorial. It is situated at the corner of Wall and Nassau Street, in Manhattan, New York. [...]
[...] (also Sacajawea), American explorer. 1789 The First U.S. Congress begins regular sessions at Federal Hall in New York City. 1830 Joseph Smith and five others organize the Church of Latter-Day Saints [...]
[...] night porter and a bouncer who once quit mid-shift for undisclosed reasons. As Janes led us to Federal Hall on Wall Street, she told the group, "If you are a tour guide who loves 18th-century [...]
[...] States. The Nations first president swore his oath on the balcony of the Senate Chamber at Federal Hall on Wall Street (There now stands a dramatic monument to this historic event across the corner [...]
[...] what would transpire as we made prayer journeys later in the day to the Federal Reserve Bank, Federal Hall, the NYSE, and the statue of the bull right up the street (or, as some have called it, the [...]
[...] was regarded as the national capital of the United States and it was for this reason, that Federal Hall was built on Wall Street. It was for this reason also that George Washington found himself [...]
[...] New York Hall of Science, Wall Street, the Grand Central Terminal, the Chrysler Building, the Federal Hall, Brooklyn Bridge, the One World Trade Center, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Intrepid Sea, [...]
[...] . 1766-1796), the oldest surviving church in Manhattan, where George Washington worshipped. In Federal Hall (built ca. 1842), Cunningham paired the Parthenon-like architectural details of the building [...]