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Survey of the selected building

Select a physical building that has areas of limited, or no access permitted to the general public. Some examples include a bank, courthouse, government facility, office building, etc. 42 more words

Academic Writing

Some Immigrants Seeking Asylum Want To Make North Texas Home

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – As separated parents and children are reunited and released from detention centers, some will end up in DFW.

One mother is already on her way. 183 more words


Edward Graham's Legacy: The Forgotten DeWitt Courthouse of 1854

   In 1853, Edward Graham was made the County Judge of Clinton County, Iowa, when his predecessor unexpectedly vacated the position. While the new promotion may have come as a surprise, he was more than up to the task. 657 more words

WANTED! You! Dead or Alive

The Darlinghurst Courthouse was completed in 1880. According to Sydney Intelligence on 18 March 1842, the Courthouse was: “decidedly the most elaborate architectural erection in the Australian colonies.” This is confirmed by the fact that it is the only old colonial Grecian public building left in Australia. 225 more words


A Tale of Two Fires

“When knowledge is scant or conflicting, folklore takes over.” – Paul Smith

The stories that we tell, as a society, are a kind of collective imagining, a method to interpret and understand the world that we live in. 1,248 more words

Blog Posts

Montgomery County- Crawfordsville (1876-)

I’ve been doing my project to document every historic courthouse in Indiana for nearly seven years- 2,423 days, to be exact! It’s been harder than you’d think, progressing slowly in fits, stops, starts, and resets along the way. 2,338 more words


Bridgewater courthouses briefly locked down after firearm threat

Two courthouses in Bridgewater, N.S., were forced to go on lockdown Friday morning after a man allegedly threatened to enter with a firearm.

JUST IN: Police confirm the…

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