Category Archives: war

>Memorial Day 2009

>A cruise on the John Brown liberty ship, led to this article by David Ettlin about a WWII veteran who returns six decades later to sail once again on the ship. (Photo © by Bonnie Schupp) And here’s another perspecitve … Continue reading

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>Words and Gardening

> Looking graphically at words in history presents a new perspective on words. Above are four speeches shown as “Wordles.” The larger words are the most used words in these speeches. These speeches are represented: Abraham Lincoln’s second inaugural address, … Continue reading

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