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November 30, 1902-Kid Curry Logan (Butch Cassidy's Gang) Sentenced

On November 30, 1902–Kid Curry Logan–part of Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch Gang–was captured and sentenced.

Author’s Note: I needed to write about this topic because I have distant ties to the outlaw Butch Cassidy–with whom Kid Curry Logan was associated. 1,727 more words


MKB Pattern No 14 - A Sontag or Cephaline

The fourteenth pattern in Miss Lambert’s My Knitting Book (1843, First Series) is for “A Sontag or Cephaline.” This is an interesting pattern for several reasons and triggered a flurry of research on my end. 329 more words

My Knitting Book

November 29,1864 - The Massacre at Sand Creek

This article is a touchy subject, and I left out some of the offensive verbiage from eye witnesses.

In my opinion, this is the most horrendous, vulgar, and deplorable act that has ever been perpetrated by anyone wearing the uniform of a US serviceman. 1,906 more words

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November 28, 1814--The Times of London is Printed Using Mass Generation Technology

Author’s Note: As we started this project–this little history blog–I thought I’d enjoy writing about topics I know and I’d love learning about new topics. This has been the case for sure. 1,555 more words