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Chronicling a history of homes in Lockport
LOCKPORT – The nomination of the High Street-Locust Street neighborhood for a spot on the National Register of Historic Places illustrates Lockport’s rich history during the 19th century. “The main...
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Historic Preservation Commission
Seeing Security through a Screen
... posted on author’s site, FirstOne Through} In November 2014, “someone” in the Obama Administration chose to belittle the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The choice of...
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George W Bush
Studies Explore Ways To Improve The Baltimore's T...
Popular Entertainment Photo Galleries BALTIMORE (WJZ)—Crowded trains are a fact of life during Thanksgiving travel, but a crowded Baltimore tunnel is a daily occurrence for Amtrak and Marc...
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Chuck Hagel outlasted nearly a third of the peopl...
It seems as though it was only yesterday that the nomination of former Sen. Chuck Hagel to be the Secretary of Defense. Our memories tend to compress timelines more than we recognize, but it's...
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Yale-Harvard: Ivy League title on the line in sto...
... Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications The Harvard-Yale rivalry is one of the oldest in college football. SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch)—The college football season is winding down, and much of the...
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Villani: Harvard clash hooks ESPN, maybe not Bo...
ESPN’s College GameDay will jettison its normal travels through the SEC or Big 12 tomorrow to visit Harvard Square. For the first time, Harvard will host the noted national pre-game broadcast as the...
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Hot Reads: How to narrow 25 teams down to 4
... - There's this awful rumor going around that the College Football Playoff committee is having a hard time trying to decide its rankings each week. If that's true, it shouldn't be. Hot Reads...
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the College Football Playoff
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College Football Playoff
By Ellen M. Robertson, Curatorial Assistant Historic Columbia By 1860, many of the trappings of Christmas considered traditional today were in place. Historic Columbia collection, HCF2011.15.1. If...
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NORTH COUNTRY KITCHEN: Cranberry sauce for Thanks...
... has been an unchallengeable American doctrine that cranberry sauce, a pink goo with overtones of sugared tomatoes, is a delectable necessity of the Thanksgiving board and that turkey is uneatable...
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Mr. Katko goes to Washington: Syracuse's new cong...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- After an orientation week in Congress marked by long meetings and crowded tours, Rep.-elect John Katko woke up Sunday morning and decided to roam around the U.S. Capitol by...
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Correction: Civil War 150th-Sherman's March story
In a story Nov. 15 about Gen. William T. Sherman's March to the Sea during the U.S. Civil War, The Associated Press erroneously reported the location of the military school that Sherman headed before...
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William Tecumseh Sherman
Civil War 150 panel continues series
Sutliff was among several re-enactors dressed in Civil War attire showcasing war items at the Civil War 150 Committee's program Sunday at the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library. The event was one...
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Warren-Trumbull County Public Library
The Bench Archives
John Gleeson, a federal judge in Brooklyn, located an old audio file on the computer in his chambers the other day and clicked Play. It was his way of celebrating a local girl made good: Loretta...
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US war general, 150 yrs. on: Hero or terrorist?
ATLANTA -- This city would seem a peculiar place for sober conversation about the conduct of William T. Sherman. To any number of Southerners, the Civil War general remains a ransacking brute and...
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William T. Sherman
Gone with the Wind
Georgia Historical Society
Yours sincerely, Queen Victoria: Private letters ...
Yours sincerely, Queen Victoria: Private letters from the former monarch unveiled BRITAIN’S longest-reigning monarch wrote on average 2,500 words a day every day of her adult life. Queen Victoria at...
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KING OF PRUSSIA
General Dan Bolger states what US does not want t...
On Tuesday, Bolger will publish his 500-page attempt to make sense of both the wars in which he served. Its blunt title preemptively maneuvers conversation over the book on to Bolger’s terrain: Why We...
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Fairfield 375: It was Uncoway before it was Fairf...
EDITOR'S NOTE: Fairfield, established in 1639, is one of Connecticut's oldest communities. From its settlement 375 years ago by English colonists on "four squares" of land that Native Americans called...
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Civil War re-enactment brings history to life
MOORPARK, Calif. - Visitors came out Saturday to learn about 19th century American history from hundreds of re-enactors during the Moorpark Rotary Club’s Civil War re-enactment, which continues Sunday...
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Rumsey Punch: How Obama Blew It
... elections ago, Adlai Stevenson, one of the smartest Democrats to ever run for president (or so he seemed to think), was greeted one day by a woman on the campaign trail who said, “You have the...
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United States Senate
DiBACCO: Obama’s best move: Not defiance, but apo...
Listening to President Obama at his news conference the day after his party got trounced in the midterm elections, it’s clear that he’s sticking to the same old game plan; namely, taking no...
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