When in the course of human events it becomes necessary to affix ourselves to the task of meeting ourselves, we approach with trepidation and anticipation the box of knowledge. We peer within to discover no fear or evil; only strings which lead to us. - William Pattison (2014)
According to reports, the last covered wagon seen going through Marshall, Oklahoma, had this printed on the side:
"Farewell old Missouri
and bleeding Kansas too.
I may go to Hell some day
but never back to you"
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This has nothing to do with my genealogy, but......
My first grade teacher was Mrs. Della Eickhoff. Not only was she my first real teacher she was a favorite teacher.
Don't jump my case, I know there are no "family" coats of arms. They belong to an individual. I just happen to like it. I wish I knew who's Coat of Arms it was. It supposedly belonged to someone in Ireland named Walsh.
I recently found, completely by accident, a picture I have no idea who it is or how it came to be where it was. I'm not sure what took the pictures but it looks like it was starting to curl so someone straight pinned it to a piece of file card. OR, it could have been an early polaroid and the image started separating so..................
Some books of genealogical and historical interest. A collection of cookbooks and recipes. The Richardson Memorial. History and genealogy of the Richardson family. The "Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750". The "Life of Henry A. Wise". And, the "Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government".
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I've recently become involved with a new Genealogy and History Group.