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D-Day Conneaut 2016

The fight for La Fiere Bridge near St. Mere Eglise, France We arrived at the park in Conneaut  before 9 AM when the raising of the flag signaled the  Saturday reenactments of D-Day for the 72nd anniversary remembrance.   Thirty … Continue reading

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Longwood, An Unfinished Dream

An Oriental Villa for Natchez Longwood was designed by Philadelphia architect Samuel Sloan for Haller and Julia Nutt, Mississippi natives and members of Natchez’s cotton  planter elite. Construction of the grand, octagonal edifice began in 1860 but was halted in … Continue reading

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Ancient Roma, video simulation

                                                   www.visioninconsciousness.org Rome, the Eternal City. The home where ancient Romans believed that no matter the … Continue reading

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Who Were the Black Irish?

 Who were the Black Irish? Back to Irish history The term ‘Black Irish’ is one that most people will have heard at some point, although it is more commonly used in the US, Britain and Australia than it is in … Continue reading

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The Muslims I Know!

Brave Muslims from Google Public Domain This Muslim man is very brave to be on the internet. I heard from a  American born teacher  of  Muslim heritage , how she feared coming to school after 9/11.  She was so afraid … Continue reading

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A little Boy and His Dad in Paris

Here is a sweet story from this carnage in Paris that breaks our hearts.  Now I can imagine that some will think that is just a dad consoling his son , and of course one one level it is . … Continue reading

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Castel Sant’ Angelo

From Google Public Domain   If you asked my son today, many years after our times in Roma with groups of students, he would tell you that the Castel  was and is his favorite site.  He has a picture or … Continue reading

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