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The Emancipation Proclamation in Memory and History

This is an old article I wrote in 3 parts during the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War.  An interesting read for those who have an interest… AG  11/11/2015 The 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation has recently passed.  There was...
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John Parker: Angry Eyes

Through his eyes, all he saw was red. John splashed across the brook where a steady stream of water flowed from one side of the world to the other. Everything was red around him. The old man gently pulled on...
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Granville T. Woods

  This summer I attended a historic marker dedication for Granville T. Woods in Washington Courthouse, Ohio.  Here’s a segment of my presentation “Reflections on Granville T. Woods” Who was Granville T. Woods? There are a few names of men...
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A Passion For History

A Passion for History Why am I starting this journey of writing a blog? The simple answer is to fulfill my passion of history and writing.  I’ve had fun reading and creating dramatic presentations.  The more history I read, the...
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The Borderlands

Thunder crackled above and the rain poured down relentlessly. John moved swiftly along the side of the road. The rain wouldn’t last forever, and he had a schedule to keep. He really didn’t mind the rain. A heavy downpour helped...
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