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DOGS, DOGS, DOGS….

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Doris’ Day’s secretary from the 70’s, Mary Anne Barothy, tells a story of the star and her dogs It is well known Doris Day has been a lifelong animal lover and advocate.  While recovering from her train/auto accident at age
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Hey! That’s Aunt Fannie’s Violin! Treat it with adoration—err—respect!

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Those of us who love history, research into arcane subjects, and stories of little known archeological digs on the Smithsonian Channel can sometimes get up a tree—get our feathers ruffled—get our noses of joint, whatever, over family treasures from the
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An exciting historical detective search: resurrecting a Civil War unit’s life

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In this age of “cozy” Victorian detective stories and popular-reading thrillers starring CIA and police inspectors from all nations as heroes, those of us who have delved into the history of a specific Civil War unit know that it is
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Seventeen-year-old Charlie Gibson: The Face of the Civil War in Indiana

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The recent exhibition opening at the Daviess County Museum, involving a set of letters recently presented to the museum from the Civil War period, focuses on a soldier who is one of a handful of ”just boys” in the Fourteenth
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