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... lost in Modern America: a close sense of community, strong work ethic... the ability to be self sufficient... making our own clothes and tools... growing and preserving our own food... children who always obey and respect their parents... I also admire families who opt to live a traditional lifestyle--as long as its THEIR CHOICE. If people are only doing it because they're threatened with shunning or hellfire if they choose otherwise... well I must say I feel more pity ...
... a version of history that concentrated more on facts and figures and great men and battles. By the early 1980s when I took American history those no longer had such dominance over broader social and political history as they did for earlier generations. For whatever reasons it’s much easier for me to envision the daily goings on in Thomas Edison’s workshop in New Jersey (a site I visited two years ago), for example, than the battle taking place when I’m on ...
... to always be the case--a I've observed as well... The Carlisle Indian Conference I head back to downtown to take some more pictures and where some plaques catch my attention. There's a plaque honoring an expeditionary force that fought the French in the French-Indian War--you don't see much importance to that pre-independence conflict when colonists were fighting with the British... Another rare plaque is one dedicated to the "1753 Carlisle Indian ...
... Begun in th 1830s, the Cuberland Valley Railroad connected all the main cities along the Cumberland Valley from Harrisburg to Hagerstown, paving the way for the economic devolopment of this region that continues to this day. And with that, my post-visit of Mechanicsburg is over. One of the less inspiring post-visits I've had lately, but still important to come back and remember 2007... a very important year in my ...
... the war this building was used as a hospital for the wounded from both sides.
The National Cemetery is where Lincoln spoke The Gettysburg Address.
We also saw the "cyclorama" at the National Park Visitor's center. The paintings that make up the circle must number about 15 and they are huge. As you look at these paintings you are in a ...