Native American history

Thanksgiving

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Since the beginning of this great American holiday we have been traveling to gather and celebrate Thanksgiving. I thought it would be nice to learn a bit of the history of this celebration. How wonderful to celebrate gratitude and being thankful! Pilgrim Thanksgiving Thanksgiving services were held as early as 1607 in Virginia. But the […]

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Museums in Kenosha

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The City of Kenosha,Wisconsin is located between Milwaukee and Chicago.  I love the fact that Kenosha has the charm of a smaller lake town.  Being along the shore of Lake Michigan gives this area a unique history. Visiting the museums in Kenosha while on a press trip sponsored by the Kenosha Area Visitors Bureau with […]

Carthage & Beyond            The Eads -Mansell-Sudduth House

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Who doesn’t love a historic house? The story of the Eads-Mansell Sudduth House which is located in Carthage, Mississippi is quite a fascinating one. Our trip here all started in North Little Rock! The back story! A while back, my husband Keith and I traveled to North Little Rock to play tourists. In North Little […]

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Jay County museums

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I recently traveled to Portland, Indiana to cover the Jay County Art and Fiber show. While there, one of the opportunities on this hosted trip was to see the two Jay County museums. Since I love history and to learn about the place I am visiting, this was just the icing on the cake! One […]

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Sault Ste Marie

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Although our stay was short in this lovely town, Sault Ste Marie offered us a vibrant education.  Pronounced Soo Saint Marie,  Sault Ste Marie is the last city before crossing over into Canada.    We stayed the night in this, oldest city in Michigan and one of the oldest in the Midwest.  Several flags have […]

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