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President Lincoln: Copperhead remarkable for their angry rhetoric and killings

In the spring and summer of 1863, the Copperhead paper urged its Irish working-class readers to pursue armed resistance to the draft passed by Congress earlier in the year. 1,225 more words


April 14, 1865

How did the war between the states end? What was the main goal of the Confederacy? How could one man so drastically change the course of a nation? 31 more words


Take an Assassination Vacation!

With summer in full swing, now is the time to get out there and take a vacation. Whether it be a lengthy week long trip to a city or shore far distant, or a day’s drive to a “not so nearby” locale, there’s nothing like the thrill of going somewhere new. 461 more words

New Book Edition: Opening the Heart

World renowned bronze artist Gib Singleton authorized a new book edition to be released this year.  These eight signature bronze sculptures will be accompanied by a new biography on Gib, entitled Opening the Heart. 485 more words

Gib Singleton

Worker Burned In Industrial Accident At Lincoln Facility

LINCOLN (CBS13) – A worker at a Lincoln-area plant was burned in a possible explosion Wednesday morning.

The scene is at the Colledgewood facility on Aviation Boulevard. 110 more words


Driving Test Blunders to Avoid

While Tudor Driving School have become renowned for our superior Lincoln pass rates, there are of course exceptions and that is completely natural. Learning to drive is a daunting prospect but one we hope to guide you through with an empathetic and personalised approach. 284 more words