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Moments dans le temps

Moments dans le temps

La semaine dernière, Janie Crosswell Miller nous a présenté ses parents, Harry et Mary Jo Crosswell. Leur histoire est comme tant de familles de cette époque qui ont fait face à de longues séparations à cause de la guerre. Leur engagement à « rester ensemble en dehors...
A Letter of Thanks to Mr. Dill

A Letter of Thanks to Mr. Dill

Jacob Taylor is a Junior at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN majoring in History and Political Science. In the Spring of 2018, Jacob applied for and was granted The Dill Fund Grant at Wabash. This grant afforded Jacob the opportunity to take a media/production...
5 Packing ‘Must Haves’ For A Trip To Normandy, France

5 Packing ‘Must Haves’ For A Trip To Normandy, France

1. American Flag Apparel During D-Day, the towns in Normandy fill-up with American and French veterans, American soldiers and families who are visiting for all of the remembrance celebrations and ceremonies. American Flag apparel was a big hit while our crew was...
Generation to Generation

Generation to Generation

I’ve been in the classroom teaching US History for nearly 30 years. While we have lessons to teach, there is a constant lesson I believe is necessary, essential rather, for students and teachers to learn and remember. That lesson is gratitude. Patriotism has been...
Historical Dementia and Barbarism

Historical Dementia and Barbarism

I hope you never have to experience the blank expression of a loved one who no longer knows you, has no memory of who you are. My father-in-law died a few months ago from Alzheimer’s, a disease that tragically robs an individual of their ability to remember. As yet,...

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