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At first I hesitated to write this post. The more I explored this topic, the more parallels between the past and our current situation became uncomfortably clear, perhaps enough to discourage discussion. 1,361 more words
In late August 1872 in New York City, a young pregnant woman named Alice Augusta Bowlsby read an advertisement in the newspaper for a Dr. Ascher. 214 more words
Sorry, this post is a week overdue: My draft failed to publish for some reason.
The last Thursday of this month is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. 543 more words
It is estimated that 56,000 Texans served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War, yet the approximately 4,000 men, organized into thirty-two companies that formed the Texas Brigade, were the only Texans who fought in both theaters of operation. 170 more words