Tag: William Robinson Leigh

  • Paul Revere

    Paul Revere

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    History likes heroes; no matter what! Can you imagine that Paul Revere was not always a notable revolutionary patriot? The truth is, Revere gain little fame for his “Midnight Ride” in April 1775. He was nearly forgotten until Henry Longfellow wrote a poem that embellished Revere’s role in the events of that night.

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Bob Teevan

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There are times when the image on a postcard is so strange it makes no sense. That may well be the case with the green faced Dog wearing a blue bow, who Bites his own Tail. The story here is about the English vicar (and his family) who received the card in 1906.

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