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The Old Stone House

Hi! This is a reblog of the post I created (with the help of others) for the Amisk-Hughenden Historical Society. It’s all about the stone house that Ed Carson refurbished after it had been abandoned and stood empty for about 40 years. 283 more words


William Shakespeare's London: Guide to The Bard's former homes and haunts

Find out where William Shakespeare used to spend his time during his two decades in London.

Although he was born, died and spent a lot of his life in Stratford-upon-Avon, actor, playwright and poet… 2,325 more words


[Article] Castles in North Korea #3: Anju Castle in South Pyongan

By Timo Schmitz

Anju Castle is situated in the city of Anju in South Pyongan Province. The castle dates back to the Kokoryŏ-Period of the Three Kingdoms and consisted of three parts at its peak: an inner fort, outer fort and a new fort. 413 more words


From Beyond the Grave

It will hardly have escaped your notice that I love historical novels, so to have two novels that not only deal with a genuine historical period, but also with historical research is a win:win. 721 more words

History Facts: Constitution Day and the Hand of God

History Facts:

Constitution Day and the Hand of God

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

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Judeo-Christian Culture

The Assassination of Gov Frank Steunenberg

In 1905, the assassination of former Idaho Governor Frank Steunenberg led to a sensational trial which featured some of the most prominent attorneys in the US and turned into a national debate over the existence of labor unions. 1,751 more words


single frame: Early evening at Shaker Village

Early evening at Shaker Village
Pentax K10D, 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 SMC Pentax-DA AL

Margaret and I get away four times a year for a long weekend, usually in March, June, September, and December. 226 more words