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© By Abraham Lincoln

My mother was from Summers County, West Virginia. She was born in a cabin on a mountain where everything was done by hand. 361 more words

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Blue Laws

© By Abraham Lincoln

When I was growing up the first day of the week, Sunday, was going to church day. Some of my friends went to church every Sunday. 380 more words

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Camp Breckenridge, Kentucky

Basic Training at Camp Breckenridge, Kentucky in 1953.

I remember basic training as 8 weeks of hell. I had never been so physically spent until I did basic training. 463 more words

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America Without God

This past January I turned seventy years old and as I look back on my life I have come to realize how much America has changed and not for the good either. 909 more words



I used to spend hours, days, weeks, months, even years working on drawings of things that interested me. This cartoon of a scribal monk is actually accurate in every detail, including bare feet. 148 more words

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These fossils are millions of years old and are in a wall in my back yard. I dug the slabs of stone from a creek bed and piled the slabs of stone in the trunk of my cat. 67 more words

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Getting on television

Booklet I Wrote for TV

From TV Series I Hosted

Videos I Did for TV

I can remember when a lady, Meg Cox, called me by phone and began asking questions about what I did to become as famous as I had become. 358 more words

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