Tag Archives: History

The Mining Museum

Given that Jerome was literally built atop a mine, it should come as no surprise that there is a mining museum along the main drag of the town. It’s not a very large museum but they did manage to capture … Continue reading

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Double Standards

I do a lot of research. At times, I’m pretty sure I write novels just so I can buy books that interest me. The hubbinator would agree:D I love how the smallest detail can add dimension and layers in a … Continue reading

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Voting Matters, History of Rights

Here in the States, the first Tuesday of November is election day. So many take voting for granted, others see it as a contest to pick the ‘winner’ instead of who represents your ideals best, or, in the worst case … Continue reading

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What You Never Wanted to Know about Daylight Saving Time

First, it isn’t savings. The ‘s’ has apparently been banned. Second, while there used to be a bank called Daylight Savings Bank. No one could ever make withdrawals. And lastly, the US congress can’t even get the time balance to … Continue reading

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Books, Books and More Books

Yes, I have a book addiction. I love the smell and touch of books. I love to read books. And I love/hate to buy them. These are some that I’ve bought in the last 45 days. They are just my … Continue reading

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Singing all the way

Christmas Carols! I really love them. I stop listening around August (because that would be so rude to Halloween, which has few enough songs to honor it) and start up again the week of Thanksgiving. I love them. I’m proud … Continue reading

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DID JOHN THE BAPTIST HAVE THREE HEADS? By Anna Markland

In the Middle Ages, at least three different locations claimed to possess the severed head of John the Baptist. If such a claim were made today, we’d witness an immediate outcry and investigation. CNN would have a field day. Anderson … Continue reading

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