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Gravesend Characters Past (Week 13): The White Rats Picnic of 1910

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Is it finally spring? The calendar says so, but these fluctuating temperatures have yet to break free of winter. 617 more words

Gravesend Characters

Edgar C. Dean

This was the headstone that gave me the idea to start writing this blog in the first place. I took this picture in February of 2013, when I first started exploring Green-Wood. 496 more words

Green-Wood Cemetery

The Smillie Family

Visitors to Green-Wood will often walk through the gates and up the hill on Battle Avenue to see the Civil War Memorial and the statue of Minerva–and of course the amazing view from the top of Battle Hill. 653 more words

Artists & Musicians

Saying My Goodbyes

My last post about New York and my second exchange experience is written in the comforts of my apartment in Copenhagen, with a warm cup of tea looking out at the gloomy, Northern weather. 1,166 more words

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Green-Wood Cemetery

No better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than a stroll through the local cemetery, right?

Maybe I spent too much time at Harry Potter World, because all I can see when I look at this gravestone is a quidditch snitch.

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