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After You, Pilot By John Hay

Dawn gilded over dunes of sand
That border Mobile Bay
The fleet, which under Farragut
In expectation lay.
For ere that rising sun should set, 328 more words

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Book Review Thursday: Lincoln's Boys: John Hay, John Nicolay, and the War for Lincoln's Image

John Hay and John Nicolay were boyhood friends whose lives had first intersected in 1851.  Just nine years later they were both fortunate enough to find themselves in Springfield, Illinois.  348 more words

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Henry Adams' Salon

The Amazing Bird Collection of Young Mr. Roosevelt ends with Theodore’s entrance to college.  The ten years previous to that event had been, for the most part, an idyllic period of growth in his theatre of family and friends. 662 more words

Theodore Roosevelt

Good And Bad Luck by John Hay

………..Good And Bad Luck

Good Luck is the gayest of all gay girls,
…Long in one place she will not stay.
Back from your brow she strokes the curls, 36 more words

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