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Photocopy Art

This is the website I used in my research on photocopied art. The article is called ‘Photocopy Art- Who were the Pioneers?’

http://artfocustoronto.presspublisher.us/issue/articles_from_prior_publications/article/history_of_copyart_03-13-09-11-03-08

Here is the list of names mentioned in the article: 38 more words

Inspiratios

Mooresville beats Plainfield 20-6

My wife is 2003 graduate of Mooresville High School.  She has told me about the Mooresville/Plainfield rivalry for years, and now I have experienced it.  You can feel the intensity on the Pioneer sidelines all night.   153 more words

Mooresville

Pioneers travel to Gary, Indiana

The Pioneers traveled to Gary, Indiana for the second week of the 2014 season to play the Bowman Academy Eagles.  After a 3 and half hour trip north, I found out the map I was using to get there was in fact taking me to an elementary school.   174 more words

Mooresville

Pioneers drop 2014 opener at Lebanon

For the first time in 11 years I was following a school that wasn’t Martinsville High School.  After experiencing Mooresville football firsthand the week prior in a scrimmage against Greenfield Central I took the trip an hour north to Lebanon, Indiana.   139 more words

Mooresville

Pioneers and Homesteaders - Working Together

At first blush, it can seem that Pioneers and Homesteaders are destined to be at on opposite sides.  In the Church, Pioneers and Homesteaders are often at odds – the Pioneers wanting to move forward and try new things all the time and the Homesteaders wanting to create a community and a sense of stability.  446 more words

Spiritual Growth

Pioneers versus Homesteaders

There are two types of people in the world: Pioneers and Homesteaders.  I learned this truth when I was working as an intern in a job placement agency.  403 more words

Spiritual Growth

Maps Show Detail of Old Mauston Brewery

Newly digitized Sanborn Fire Insurance maps of Mauston, Wisconsin, provide more detail of the sprawling Mauston Brewery complex that once covered much of the land at the corner of Morris and Winsor streets along the Lemonweir River. 341 more words

Wisconsin