- The Ways We Inherit Historical Traumas, via @nytimes https://t.co/VZMmp1YrHs 07:08:06 AM September 18, 2017 from NYTimes for iPad - Breaking N...
- John Parrish, Quaker, c. 1805 "Notes on Abolition"--"it will not suffice to say 'I treat my slave well'" #slavery https://t.co/eML3oAFx2V 08:47:19 AM September 11, 2017 from Twitter Web Client
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This past week I had the opportunity to talk with Jerry Johnston (NET Radio) about the historic significance of the year 1862, now 150 years later. We talked about the Pacific Railroad Act, the Homestead Act, and the Morrill Land … Continue reading
AMC’s premier of Hell on Wheels aired last night, and it included beautiful scenes of the Union Pacific railroad building and the Nebraska Territory. The close-up view of the steam locomotive–the behemoth–and its cowcatcher, the explosions blasting the cut through … Continue reading
I have to admit that I have been eagerly anticipating Sunday night’s premier of AMC’s “Hell on Wheels.” What could be better than the unheralded Anson Mount, one of the best Southern actors of our day, playing an ex-Confederate guerrilla … Continue reading