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Hoover Campaign Button: Maryland and the Great Depression

Measuring just 7/8” in length and just 1/4′” tall, this small, unassuming lapel pin bears little resemblance to flashy political campaign buttons of today. Its original background of deep blue paint did not survive the four decades it spent lodged in a wastewater pipe underneath the streets of Baltimore, overlooked by its owner and lost from a garment during a visit to a commercial laundry. 573 more words

Archaeology

Dust Bowl – Chapter 14

The great Dust Bowl of the 1930′s strikes and Oklahoman Woody Loggins and his Mexican friend Pepe pack up shop and head West.

Chapter 14 – So Long, It’s Been Good To Know Yuh

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To Rapidan Camp

(The Rapidan Camp) is a constant reminder of the democracy of life, of humility, and of human frailty– for all men are equal before fishes.– … 577 more words

Dust Bowl – Chapter 13

The great Dust Bowl of the 1930′s strikes and Oklahoman Woody Loggins and his Mexican friend Pepe pack up shop and head West.

Chapter 13 – Dust Bowl Blues

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Gone Fishing

Finally, the time has come for us to do some spring cleaning, but not the kind that is annoying, cumbersome, and equally as dreadful as having to shovel out your driveway more than five times in one winter. 379 more words

Fishing

Dust Bowl – Chapter 12

The great Dust Bowl of the 1930′s strikes and Oklahoman Woody Loggins and his Mexican friend Pepe pack up shop and head West.

Chapter 12 – Do Re Mi

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Conspiracy Brews 3/5/14

If you like your coffee and your politics flavorful, served with a heaping dose of civility by a diverse group of interesting people from all parts of the political spectrum then you should be joining us every Saturday.  283 more words

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