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The Woman In White - Wilkie Collins

A bit about the author – Wilkie Collins born William Wilkie Collins was born on 8th January 1824 in Marylebone, London.

He was a novelist, playwright and author of short stories. 392 more words


6 gold coins from 1860 stolen from Pony Express museum

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) _ Six gold coins from the time of the Pony Express have been stolen from a northwest Missouri museum that tells the story of the short-lived mail delivery service. 93 more words


1860's Ballgown bodice

My 1860’s ballgown bodice is done! Over a year after first drafting the pattern, but it was always meant to be a long-term thing. I drafted the pattern back when making the dinner bodice, just as a try out. 368 more words

Historical Clothing

By and By

The sole of his boot, sunk into the earth’s land
tow sack on his shoulder, palming seeds in his hand
he dropped them, those seeds, into the holes he had heeled… 247 more words


To Arms  (1860)  by Giuseppe Garibaldi

To Arms  (1860)

by Giuseppe Garibaldi

The speech given by Giuseppe Garibaldi to encourage his troops in their unification of the Kingdom of Italy. Given in 1860. 576 more words

Quiet Hours

1860 news in Boston newspaper

Interesting news from 1860

– Little girl in Iowa is swept up into a cherry tree by a gust of wind.

– Cock fight by Sec of War and VP of USA. 22 more words


Frontier Airlines to add two more routes from Cincinnati

Frontier Airlines (2nd) (Denver) has announced two additional routes from its expanding operations at Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG). The carrier will add new routes to Atlanta and Fort Myers starting on April 30. 33 more words