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this day in crime history: september 6, 1901

On this date in 1901, US President William McKinley was shot at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, NY by anarchist Leon Czolgosz. President McKinley died eight days later from his wounds. 74 more words

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McKinley Parkway: Get Shot by an Anarchist at a World's Fair, Get a Street Named After You

McKinley Parkway is one of the Frederick Law Olmsted designed parkways. The parkway system Olmsted designed allows the greenspace of the park system to radiate out into the neighborhoods. 1,011 more words


Sunday on the Street Cars

If you’ve read any of Isabella’s books, chances are you’ve noticed that her Christian characters refused to travel on Sundays.

While others in the story may have planned a carriage ride to a pleasure garden, or a train ride to the next town to hear a famous minister preach, good Christians in Isabella’s stories didn’t go anywhere on Sunday unless they could get there on foot. 1,003 more words

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