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Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy - Vol. VII, Indiana

For those with Quaker ancestors in Indiana, I have made a great find!  Here is a scanned copy of all seven parts of Vol. VII of Hinshaw’s Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, edited by Willard Heiss. 74 more words

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Powder Watch: Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming

Report From Powderchasers.com

Synopsis: Significant snowfall will likely be falling over the next 3 days over a wide area of the Cascades, BC, Interior BC (less than coastal), Montana  (Northern areas favored)central and southern Idaho and the Tetons in Wyoming. 578 more words

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Wanderlust

On some days;

On some lonely, peaceful nights,

I like to close my eyes, 

Sit on the lap of the wind,

And see where it can take me. 181 more words

Air

Flight art: Plane spells out 'Hello' on flight radar map

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

AGATHENBURG, Germany: A pilot with a “history of inventive flight art” flew a route with his plane that spelt the word “hello” on flight tracking websites. 157 more words

Current Affairs

World War 2 Dorset Bomb Map

In November 2016, news of evacuations in Portsmouth were reported due to a World War 2 bomb which was found in the water.  There was also an incident in Corfe Mullen when a World War 2 bomb was discovered by a worker at Henbury Quarry and in July Weymouth beach was cordoned off by police after a World War 2 shell was discovered by a metal detector. 239 more words

History

Wisconsin election recount begins; Michigan’s is challenged

Mini America Presents Veterans Village:

We are trying to raise $36K to buy a Stage Trailer for the Veteran Village Road Show, meanwhile millions are being spent on the recount. 140 more words

USA

Terror of life under siege in Taiz

“In parts of Taiz, in south-western Yemen, snipers haunt the streets and open spaces. Civilians there say bullets come from nowhere, with no warning.

A vicious ground war has brought terror to the streets of Taiz, Yemen’s third-largest city and one of its most brutal conflict zones. 98 more words

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