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On the 150th Anniversary of Lincoln’s Assassination

How Lincoln’s Image Came to Be

If there’s a political reality familiar to us all, it has to be the spin. In our multimedia world, it assaults you nearly every minute of each day. 1,264 more words


The Lincoln Legacy

The third finger of the left hand is the usual and customary location for a wedding ring, but on March 4, 1905 the large gold ornament on Theodore Roosevelt’s left ring finger announced his union with the Great Emancipator. 149 more words


What ensures circulation in the lymphatic system?

Does lymph just move as we move around? Yes, it does seem to do so somewhat.

A pioneer in this relatively obscure field of immunology is the Polish researcher, Waldemar L. 994 more words

Alan Young

The President Will See You Now: Crossing the Desk of President Lincoln

The magnitude of the Civil War usually takes the spotlight when remembering Abraham Lincoln’s legacy. It is easy to forget the direct impact he made on hundreds of individual lives, especially during a time of such national calamity and change. 811 more words


E3 – Exemplify an understanding of professional responsibilities and policies.

E3-Exemplify an understanding of professional responsibilities and policies. Upon the first week of returning to my internship at John Hay Elementary after Holiday Break, the school reiterated the professional responsibilities and polices by putting on a whole-staff ‘Emergency Procedures for Uniting Families & Students’ meeting by the Seattle Office of Emergency management. 451 more words


After You, Pilot By John Hay

Dawn gilded over dunes of sand
That border Mobile Bay
The fleet, which under Farragut
In expectation lay.
For ere that rising sun should set, 328 more words