I wanted to include the birth of “Thoreau House” on my web blog. This was the first action I took in writing Toll of the Liberty Bell. I Built a place to write it and store all of the treasures of … Continue reading
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While in England this year, I had the opportunity to visit Framlingham (Notice the “L”), England. This is the 17th century home of Nicholas Danforth in Framlingham. He was the father of Thomas Danforth and both arrived in Massachusetts when … Continue reading
I have used several citation gadgets over the years. One’s that connect to Firefox and all… Here is another that a friend recommended. If anybody has experience with it, please let us know. http://lifehacker.com/insert-citations-in-multiple-formats-easily-with-google-1629738089
This would have been Gen. Gage’s Quarters during his time as Governor and essentially, Commander of all North American British Forces.
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So, as you may have noticed from multiple Facebook posts and Blog updates (By the way, for those of you have followed on my blog site as well as Facebook…Thanks!) I am testing the proverbial waters on exactly how to … Continue reading
Chapter 1: Tracts of bright. blue sky were beginning to penetrate through the billowing, gray clouds. Charles had learned all the roads of Framingham on rides out with his father. The Worcester Road, the Boston Post Road, the Old Connecticut Path and … Continue reading
Necessity is the mother of all invention… I think I taught myself Genealogical mapping because I have a hard time remembering dates and people…