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the historical stigma of mental illness: mary lum girard

The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission put up a marker to Colonial Financier Stephen Girard in 1993. It is in Girard Park in Philadelphia on West Shunk Street. 1,869 more words

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Welcome To "Time To DIY"

Is there a DIY you want to try out but too scared to try? I am here to alleviate those fears by trying them out myself. 97 more words

DIY

Jacob Sowle: Abandoned Cemeteries and Unmarked Graves - One of America's Forgotten Civil War Soldiers

Between family events and trying to kick some version of the seasonal plague, I have struggled to get my next blog post done. With no further delay, I introduce Jacob Sowle. 604 more words

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I’ve walked this graveyard; I know you are here,
But I can’t find a headstone or a cross.
And you can’t give a sign when I am near, 113 more words

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Today's Scripture - December 14, 2017

Luke 11:44 (NIV) “Woe to you, because you are like unmarked graves, which men walk over without knowing it.”

Of all the woes that Jesus pronounced over the Pharisees, this one struck the deepest. 529 more words

Scripture Meditations

Short Story Series continues with Unmarked Graves

Time for another Short Story in my ongoing series. You can read more tales here. Or learn about additional myth and lore from my travels in… 4,268 more words

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St. Joseph's Indian Residential School

Waking up, Thursday, June 22, Evan and I hoped to visit Fort William Historical site, where I thought that St. Joseph’s Residential School would be located (for some reason). 1,195 more words