Been thinking … been thinking about what the Founding Fathers would think of how the America they created is doing these days. Of course, the
April 19, 1993
I can’t escape. I try, but I can’t. “The World at War: The Ultimate Restored Edition” – this has got to be the very best
Many are familiar with the Cherokees of the SE and their forced removal to Indian Territory known as the Trail of Tears. Many, too, know of Chief Joseph and his Nez Perce tribesmen of the NW and their battles to attempt escape into Canada. Not as many are familiar with this particularly heartbreaking exodus ~~~
BRADDOCK’S DEFEAT … Battle of the Wilderness … … Inspiration for LOTM’s Massacre Valley? A large force of British regulars tramps down an old Indian
“If they mean to have a war, let it begin here.” … Captain John Parker It can be forgotten, given our preference to 3-day weekends,
It measures 12 feet long … the shelf, that is. Every book on that shelf – and they are stacked at the ends, so maybe
In fourteen hundred ninety-two Columbus sailed the ocean blue. He had three ships and left from Spain; He sailed through sunshine, wind and rain. He
Fairly accurate artist’s rendition of the final moments on Custer Hill It was June 25, 1876 … a Sunday … 3:03 PM. It was hot.
As an avid Dallas Cowboys fan, I despise the Washington Redskins and don’t care what they will inevitably change their name to because of PC
Most probably not!
Several pictures have been introduced, through the years, purporting to be Crazy Horse, great Oglala war leader. All of them have been discounted by those who discount things like this. By all accounts, save one, Crazy Horse was never photographed. Red Feather, I believe it was, says he saw three photos of Crazy Horse. He is adamant about this. So maybe … Of all the photos, this one, to me, most closely resembles the descriptions of the man. There is another, depicting an Indian with apparent light hair, that’s a close second, but he appears older than Crazy Horse was. All the others are obvious misrepresentations.