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Personalized bricks for veterans memorial now for sale

The Lincoln County veteran in your family lives forever. You know that, and with a memorial brick in his or her name, everyone else can know, too. 142 more words

Brookhaven Community

Abraham Dayton’s "circumstances"

Even though I’ve alluded to Abraham Dayton’s 1710 “circumstances” in two past posts—on December 13, 2016 and on January 12, 2017, it remains a most absorbing and baffling mystery—certainly one not easily ignored, and part of a much larger story. 238 more words


MissPres News Roundup 8-1-2017

Let’s jump right into this week’s roundup.

History professor Andrew Kahrl tracks racial discrimination through the tax assessor’s office.  This article provides interesting insight concerning race and property ownership and cites several Mississippi examples in Edwards and Waveland. 505 more words

Historic Preservation

Brookhaven Officials Cite Student’s Death In Request For Sidewalk Extension

STONY BROOK, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — There are concerns over a sidewalk that comes to an abrupt end.

As CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reported, some say the sidewalk is dangerous, citing the death of a Stony Brook University student. 234 more words


The Gate of Heaven is Everywhere! Episode 5

            The search for the Wild Divinity has been a life-long search for me. Some compelling force was pulling me forward even when I was unaware of what I was seeking. 949 more words

Contemplative Wisdom

Humble Colony at Mallalieu Production Camp, Brookhaven

Because MissPres readers have found the Friday is a Gas series fascinating, you will understand why I was hooked when I stumbled upon this news item about the Humble Camp near Brookhaven.   726 more words