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What they're saying on this day of national mourning

At today’s memorial service for the Obama legacy, the mourners had lots to say about the Great Orange Buffoon who will front for the GOP knife brigade while they slice up the corpse. 872 more words

January 6th in Seal Beach History

On This Date in 1915, The classified section of The Santa Ana Register presented this opportunity under For Sale – City Property:

Investment — Dandy residence lot at Seal Beach, $500. 51 more words

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Monday Musings From The Writer's Desk

As we cross the threshold into a new year, through the flashing blaze of new year resolutions, my thoughts go back to the beginning of 1916.  638 more words

Family History

Letters from a lost generation

The correspondence between Vera Brittain and Roland Leighton are a powerful insight into personal experiences during the First World War. Within this post I will be analysing one of the letters contained in Letters from a Lost Generation. 1,815 more words

1914-1915 Kane Directory

One of the neatest things I discovered a few years back in the Kane, PA library was a series of city directories. At the time I was exploring my wife’s ancestors with the last names of BURROWS, CLARK, DIPPO, HOKE, and HOUSLER. 107 more words

Photos from Gallipoli

 Several years after I embarked on my journey through the battlefields of my Great Grandfather’s past, I found myself under threat from my own field of foes.   962 more words

The Birth of a Nation

Released in 1915, The Birth of a Nation is a historical epic aiming to present the history of America from the Civil War to the rise of the Ku Klux Klan, with a particular focus on race relations as slavery came to an end. 808 more words