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Statehood cartography

June is statehood celebration month for Arkansas, which was admitted to the union as the 25th state on June 15, 1836.

We were truly the Natural State back then, with a scant population dotting the broad expanse inside our freshly decreed borders. 799 more words

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Columns

I.O.O.F. Rocky Mountain Lodge #2 Cemetery

Back in 2015, my family and I took a drive up into the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. As we was driving around Central City, we uncover this old cemetery about 1.25 miles NW of Central City. 47 more words

Cemeteries

Returning to Charleston South Carolina

Standing Above the Marina on the Charles River, Charleston S.C.

On a chilly January day, with both wood stoves roaring, my thoughts drift back to a warmer time. 649 more words

Historically Speaking

Thursday Doors

On a recent trip to see my parents I paid a visit to the old graveyard in Haggardstown, County Louth, where many of my ancestors were laid to rest. 163 more words

Ireland

A small country cemetery. (Part One)

I have a list.

A list of places I want to go, things I want to see, things I want to do. Now some call this type of list ” a bucket list “. 441 more words

Cemeteries

Day Sixteen: A town that is only a cemetery, a somber memorial, and Texas BBQ

Today was intended to mostly be just a driving day – hopping from Big Spring, Texas, to San Antonio, hopefully with a little light left over to see a few sites in the big city. 974 more words