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Cuppy house still stands in South Whitley

The Cuppy house is a true historical landmark in South Whitley. It was built by Abraham Cuppy, who was once a state senator, in 1837. Hardwood floors and beams made of bark-stripped whole tree trunks and a unique staircase with hand-cut spindles are some of the historical features of the home. 150 more words

MAROONS AND BLACK INDIANS SEEK U.N. "INDIGENOUS PEOPLES" STATUS , SAYS FIXICO ON CARL NELSON'S SHOW

HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH

It’s early Saturday morning Oct, 21st,2017, it’s a little after midnight. The world seems to be quietly preparing for a New Day. Let us hope and pray that Peace, Prosperity and Goodwill will Reign Supreme as GOD gives “us” another chance to get it right (smile) Amen. 410 more words

THE 1866 U.S. INDIAN TERRITORY TREATY (SEMINOLES)

Tabled Discussion of Treaties Reopens in 1866 at Washington, D.C.

Although the Indian Territory General Council and U.S. Representatives tabled discussions regarding negotiations of separate individualized Treaties and adjourned on September 21, 1865 at Fort Smith, Arkansas, they did so only after successfully effecting a legally binding multi-party Treaty Agreement between the Tribal General Council and U.S. 170 more words

Martha on the SCBWI Book Stop

Hello everyone,

From October 16 through November 27, you can learn more about Martha and the Slave Catchers and a whole mess of other wonderful children’s books at the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Book Stop event. 64 more words

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Reader Letter: Sandwich Town has little support from the city

Considering the problems that Windsor faces, we hear about our mayor going out of the country looking for business. Though at home with his council supporters he’s creating low-paying jobs and attempting to spend our tax dollars on such things as tunnels under Riverside Drive, millions for lights in Jackson Park or tearing up the functioning Grand Marais drain to naturalize it, to name a few. 299 more words

Letters

Book Review: ‘The Underground Railroad’ by Colson Whitehead

My rating: 4.5 / 5

(Minus half a star because it did take me two attempts to get into. The beginning isn’t particularly riveting in my opinion, but perhaps that was just me). 679 more words

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UNITED NATIONS: MAROONS NEED INDIGENOUS PEOPLES "STATUS", SAYS MWCoC & FIXICO ON CARL NELSON'S SHOW

HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH,

May the Good Lord Bless and Keep you all.  In Southern California the weather is mild this evening on Friday October 6th, 2017. 288 more words