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Darke County

Working through the latest round of edits on Darke County before sending it back to my agent Kirsten Schuder of Apex Literary Management. This is my paranormal mystery series following Robbie, Lyle and Angie as they sift their way through the half-forgotten legends of Darke County. 110 more words

History: Women's History Month - Women Who Inspire Me #2018 Part 1 of 3

I wanted to put together a blog of the various women I noted on my Facebook page as inspirational (to me).  So next year, when I do this same exercise, I can look back to one location and not duplicate the people I have already mentioned.  1,112 more words

History - Science - Documentaries

ON THIS DAY: March 5, 2018

March 5th is

Absinthe Day

Cheese Doodle Day

Mercator Day *

Namesake Day

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MORE! Louise Pearce, Lilli Jahn and Annie Oakley, click 1,649 more words

History

Chief Sitting Bull (c.1831-1890)

Chief Sitting Bull

“The Great Spirit has given our enemies to us.  We are to destroy them.”

  • Sitting Bull was named Jumping Badger at birth, but was nicknamed…
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History

When Guns Were American Entertainment--Annie Oakley

We have heard far too much about guns this week and the discussions are likely to continue. The question of who should have guns and where and when they should be allowed will continue because it is of vital importance to all of us. 599 more words

Woman Of The Week

Annie Oakley (1860-1926)

  • Phoebe Ann Mosey went by several names: Annie Oakley, Little Sure Shot, Watanya Cicilla, and Mrs. Frank Butler.
  • She was born in Ohio, 1860.
  • Her family were poor Quakers who owned a small log cabin in the wilds.
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History

Conundrums, Copyrights and Spinach

Thank you US, Canada, France and New Zealand, Scotland, Korea and everyone who has read this blog. Let’s start with spinach. My husband arrived last night after a long weekend with his family. 342 more words

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