Tag: Civil War

  • Civil War Monuments

    Civil War Monuments

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    The American Civil War (1861-1865) remains the most talked about era in our history. Monuments to that war’s heroes are still part of the conversation.

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  • It’s Old Home Week!

    It’s Old Home Week!

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    Small towns in New England and the Mid-Atlantic lost population as westward migration and the lure of factory work drew young people away. Old Home Week attempted to lure them back.

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Past Article

George Miller
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Hallelujah, Amen! From the mountains of Maine to the beaches of California, in the early twentieth century “that ole time religion” was good-enough-for-me!” These are words that were sung to “wish-away” the erosion of Protestantism. In the hopes of re-awakening and revitalizing the Protestant religion in America, the country turned to the evangelist, one after another. Postcards documented many aspects of the era.

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