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Fort Reno

In August 1865, the terrible pain of the Civil War was still white hot. Thousands of Confederate soldiers remained in Union prison camps. Cities in the South still smoldered and the dead of both sides — 620,000 of them (2% of America’s population) — were still being buried.   306 more words

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Photo Friday: Fort Reno Snow Day

Today is a gorgeous sunny day following yesterday’s snow storm. So where else would we be other than Fort Reno for some glorious snow day sledding? 116 more words

Photo Friday

The continuing adventures of Tom King

“Desperado Tom King kills one of her pursuers,” screams the headline from the Guthrie Dailey Leader, December 17, 1893.

The Bohemian blood hound from Yukon was found with his feet turned up. 168 more words

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Passing the Hat for Fort Reno Concerts

As the last notes fade from this summer’s Fort Reno concert series, let’s take a moment to give thanks that Amanda MacKaye and other concert organizers were able to… 545 more words

Tenleytown

Fort Reno Marker Stolen

Walking up to Fort Reno this past Monday, as my family and I set about to enjoy the unseasonably temperate summer weather and that evening’s outdoor concert, we noticed something was missing. 140 more words

Tenleytown

Fort Reno Flow

Celebrated 12 years as a solo artist this July 17th with the Iconic DC Punk Community,

who embraced me with open arms time and time again as a DC Hip-Hop Conscious Musician… … 47 more words

2014 Fort Reno Concert Schedule

Following on the heels of yesterday’s welcome news that the 2014 Fort Reno Concert Series would indeed move forward as originally planned, concert organizers released the schedule of this summer’s shows (as well as a… 96 more words

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