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#TBT - A History of White People

That time Nell Irvin Painter myth-busted the idea of whiteness and Thomas Emerson made white history. 2010.

“Transcendentalism, the American version of German romanticism (a la Kant, Fichte, Goethe, and the Schlegel brothers), flourished in New England, particularly in eastern Massachusetts, from the mid-1830s to the 1840s. 414 more words


Boy from Carlyle, Sask. recalls Olympic experience

Eleven-year-old Carter Morrison walked proudly alongside Canadian flag-bearer Rosie McLennan during the 2016 Rio Olympic Games opening ceremonies.

The boy from Carlyle, Sask. was one of five Canadians selected through the Ronald McDonald House Charities to act as a tree-bearer during the Parade of Nations on August 5. 299 more words


Chapter Three

When not interrogating suspects, Agent Carlyle liked to stand at the water cooler while enjoying a nice refreshing cup of water. Why? Who the hell knows. 517 more words

Chapter One

“Sir, you need to calm down.”

“Calm? How am I supposed to be calm when I am in handcuffs?”

“Would it calm you down if we took them off?” Agent Carlyle could not care less. 753 more words


Name: Carlyle

Species: Werewolf

Type: Personal

Project Blog: Unavailable

Story: Carlyle was based off of An American Werewolf in London, … 110 more words


"A Fine Beginning": Housewarming at Carlyle House | News Release | NOVA Parks

In August 1753, John Carlyle and his wife, Sarah Fairfax Carlyle, moved into their new home in Alexandria.  That night, Sarah gave birth to a son, William.  56 more words