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Building law practice and community in the #dtphx Monroe Abbey

Before the June issue of Arizona Attorney Magazine moves off our digital landing page, I share my editor’s letter from that issue, about a remarkable transformation occurring in downtown Phoenix, and the lawyer driving the change. 303 more words

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Poulnabrone dolmen portal tomb

Poulnabrone dolmen portal tomb in County Claire, Ireland was one of the most amazing places we visited on our trip to Ireland & Scotland. It is unbelievable to stand in front of something that is 6,000 years old and is one of humanity’s first architectural creations that was not designed for protection against the weather.


Scouts Bring Ease to Historic Hilton Head Island Site

The oldest building on Hilton Head Island has a brand-new addition, thanks to an Eagle Scout project. And the beneficiaries are anyone interested in the island’s history. 393 more words

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Community Meeting Recap--Your Prairie Line Trail

Last week’s community meeting at the Washington State History Museum yielded a great turn out and generated some important discussions about where the Prairie Line Trail is and what community members think it should be. 181 more words

Light Fixture to Return to Courthouse

County Courthouse 1938

Second Floor Lobby-Light Fixture Hangs in the Background

The Light at in the Wagner Opera House Building

The Winnebago County Historical & Archaeological Society is excited to announce that the original, bronze light fixture that once hung in the county courthouse lobby will be returned and placed back over the main staircase once again. 165 more words


Video - Building George's House: The Concrete Cradle

An interpretive replica of the house that young George Washington lived in with his family is being built at his boyhood home at Ferry Farm near Fredericksburg, Virginia. 69 more words

George Washington's Ferry Farm

just doing god's work?

After the Inquirer article appeared on the ruin of Ebenzer AME in Frazer, I contacted Rev Dr Mark Tyler via e-email with a few interested folks on the e-mail including local historians. 469 more words

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