Motel 6 Providence - Seekonk
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... had hidden rooms, in order to hide the slaves from their masters. One of the people that lived there was Frederick Douglass, who was a former slave himself. He escaped from slavery, and was hidden and educated by a couple named Johnson. At that time Frederick Douglas was known as Frederick Johnson. He was told that there were too many black people named Johnson so he changed his name to Douglas. He ended up traveling the country ...
... that divert our attention for the sheer idiocy of the charade.
The years thunder by. The dreams of youth grow dim where they lie caked in dust on the shelves of patience. Before we know it, the tomb is sealed.
Where, then, lies the answer?
In choice. Which shall it be – bankruptcy of purse or bankruptcy of life?”
... Adams, sixth President of the US was born. Some woman asked about the very large planks of pine that went into building the floor of the house. The tour guide said the pine had come locally, but in that time, all of the large pine trees belonged to the King, and it was illegal to cut any of them down. However, if they fell on their own via say a windstorm, then they were "fair game." He said, that was called a "windfall." How many of you knew that??? Not me! ...
... Grace would love to get her hands onto a musical instrument if it were possible. Grace also played with the girls hair and did some impressive styles and tie-ups. But the kids are also sick of the long distances to reach our destination. Two days is a huge ask even if we are in a RV. Hang in there. We're staying put once we get there. It'll be a fantastic change of pace after what we have been doing for the past three weeks.
We made ...
... respectively. Up on the right from the library, on the corner of Union St. and North Avenue is a beautiful church, the Holy Family Church. Established in 1882 it was the first church built after Rockland became a separate town. It is made of brick which gives it a unique ...