Beautifully wooded landscape and 12 dependencies surround President Tyler's home. 30 minutes from Williamsburg and 45 minutes from Richmond. 3 miles west of the courthouse in Charles City County - Tyler Country.Sherwood Forest Plantation's grounds are open am- pm daily. John Tyler was the first vice president to ascend to the presidency upon the death of 9th President, William Henry Harrison.Known to be the longest frame house in America, it is over 300 feet long.Sherwood Forest Plantation reflects the lifestyle of this mid-19th century Presidential family.15 Million More than 15 million are caregivers for those with the disease, providing 17.7 billion hours of unpaid care.1.1 Trillion Alzheimer’s care currently costs are 6 million, with Medicare and Medicaid paying for two-thirds of this amount.
33 Percent One in three seniors die with Alzheimer’s or another progressive brain disease.The Archives of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA) are the official repository for the inactive records of the Central Church Administration, documenting the All-American Councils, the Holy Synod, the Metropolitan Council, dioceses, monasteries, seminaries, parishes, clergy, departments, boards, commissions, and a variety of other external and internal matters affecting the Church.Additional collections preserved with the OCA Archives include some 90 sets of personal and institutional archives of hierarchs, clergy, lay leaders, and Church-related entities, as well as photographs, films and videos, computer discs, and other media, periodicals, Church directories, and anniversary and historical publications and artifacts from throughout the world.Accounts of North America dating back to the 1700s clearly describe its hallmark symptoms, and as early as 1762 a Scottish doctor managed to connect them to the presence of ticks.As colonists deforested large swathes of the eastern United States it became far less frequent, as ticks no longer had much in the way of habitat.