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Union Pacific editor contributes to saving lives on the railroad

By Claire Pritchard
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Editors are credited for saving publications from embarrassing mistakes, but you rarely find them saving employees from life or death situations. 583 more words


Peter Kirwan and the 'Five Shilling Murder'

Peter Kirwan’s sojourn in Stafford could have been very short. In 1853 he was accused of involvement in Stafford’s most notorious killing of the Victorian age, the so-called ‘Five Shilling Murder’. 962 more words


Trove Detective: Hobart: Sailing to the ends of the Earth

Affairs of the Heart.

1920. T.S.N Company’s S.S. Oonah, Built 1888, in original rig.  SLVic. H92.330/14  

Hobart is a very long way from London, but would seem the perfect place to escape your recent past and start a new life, unless of course the party you are escaping from deems no obstacle to be insurmountable. 559 more words


Congratulations to Connecticut's Seniors

One of my biggest wishes is that NCAA Women’s Hockey would get more attention.  Well that’s why this blog is here.  Without further ado, let’s congratulate the senior class of 2014-2015 as teams are eliminated from further play. 137 more words


[Things I Like] Dump #016

Greetings! I’m getting back onto this posting regularly biz. Those who know me can confirm I get easily distracted and that’s basically what’s just happened here. 385 more words

Blog Posts

Universal Works X Walsh - City Runner Project

I have family from Bolton, me Mum is from there, or there abouts, I think. It was my parents favourite place to drag us on a Saturday to go shopping, I don’t know why. 313 more words


Watermelon - Marian Keyes

‘Watermelon’ by Marian Keyes is the first in the Walsh Family series of her books. Each book focuses on one of the different sisters, and this book looks at 29 year old Claire who, upon giving birth to her first baby, is told by her husband that he was having an affair and that he’s going to live with the other woman. 359 more words