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Seizure of Power

Happy Independence DAY!!! … Well, two weeks ago anyway. After spending 2 glorious days and an afternoon gorging myself on hot dogs, chili, and Greek snack platters, I took the time to go on another photo adventure, if only to lose a bit of the weight I gained. 227 more words

"Alone Yet Not Alone" star Kelly Greyson Interview

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I had the pleasure of interviewing Kelly Greyson, star of the “Alone Yet Not Alone”. The film is about two sisters, Barbara (Kelly Greyson) and Regina (Hayley Lovitt) who are growing up in 1755 during the height of the French & Indian War in America. 1,021 more words

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Map of Detroit in 1796

Although Detroit was formally established by the French (Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac) in 1701 and the Fort was called Fort Pontchartrain du Detroit, the British took over in 1760 after their victory in the ‘French and Indian War.” The British renamed the fort as simply ‘Fort Detroit” and began confiscating weapons from the Frenchmen. 283 more words

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52 Ancestors 52 Weeks

#21 Francis Chaudoin Sr. is my 5th great grandfather on my father’s maternal side. He was born on 27 May 1720 in the Province Region of France to Alexandre Chaudoin and Marie Boileau. 66 more words

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