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New York-Monuments

I spent a week in New York and it was amazing, from the landscape to the food everything was wonderful, New York is well known for having beautiful monument my favourite monuments in New York are definitely the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge so I decided to do a blog post about it. 248 more words

Pedro Reyes

Pedro Reyes

February 15, 1973 – December 4, 2016

Mission Tx. —Pedro Reyes, age 43, went to be with the lord on Dec. 4, 2016, Pedro is survived by his Mother Juanita Mata, and Brothers, Sisters, nephews, nieces. 33 more words

Lord And I Cemetery-Palmview

The Long One: First Week of School, Florence, and Tivoli's Villas

I meant to post once Thursday about the first week of school and again Friday regarding my day-trip to Florence and then again today about my class-day-trip to Tivoli, but alas, none of that happened and I still want to talk about it. 1,564 more words

Monuments

The long cairn

The long cairn is in a wide clearing within the forest, surrounded first by rank vegetation and then by the tall fir trees of the plantation. 1,155 more words

Past Landscape

Time to Repeal the Heritage Act

Rain and sleet do not deter Gary Votour, of SC Onward from attending his organized protest rally at the State House. Although inclement weather turned-away attendees, he was concerned that participants would show up without seeing a last-minute cancellation on Facebook. 323 more words

Politics

Women in Archaeology: State of the Monuments

Click Here to listen to the episode on the Archaeology Podcast Network! You can also download the episode from iTunes.

The Bears Ears and Escalante National Monuments were recently reduced in size by the present administration. 28 more words

Archaeology