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Introduction to Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Almost every where you visit in the U.S.A. you will find studded with museums, historic homes as well as monuments like the Statue of Liberty, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, Mount Rushmore, and Farmington House. In fact you’ll see monuments everywhere in the U.S. in small towns and big …

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Do You Believe Somaly Mam?

Every story has at least three or four sides, with varying accounts and versions. As Somaly Mam tries to rebuild her foundation in Cambodia, it is time to listen to another voice, that of her ex-husband, Pierre Legros. He was the cofounder of Acting for Women in Distressing Situations (AFESIP) …

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Angel in the Outfield

Darrell Rosenow was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Rosenow and raised in the Clay Center-Green area. He was Valedictorian of his 1954 graduating class at Clay Center High School. Rosenow received a B. S. and M. S. in Agronomy at Kansas State University. In 1964 Darrell went Texas A&M …

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How to Celebrate the Birthday of Your Cat?

Every pet, specially cats, wants to be pampered and treated with royalty. The felines are actually party animals. Even though they don’t socialize as much as dogs do, they still like being the center of attraction. Don’t miss a chance of pampering your feline beauties if you really love her. …

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Tips on Buying Secondhand Clothing

WHAT: "Vintage." "Recycled." "Loosely worn." These terms are all ways of describing second hand clothing. Tough economic times and a growing concern for the environment has encouraged people to shop secondhand or donate used clothing. Secondhand clothing can be found in various thrift shops, consignment stores, garage sales and on …

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Shady Hollow Austin – The Story Of A Coveted Neighborhood

The history of Shady Hollow Austin begins in 1972, when Austin Savings and Loan began development on a 600 acre site a bit more than ten miles southwest of Downtown Austin, Texas. Families began moving in, but just six years later residents formed the Shady Hollow Homeowners Association out of …

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10 Ideas for Green Community Projects

Are you looking for a way to get your office or community group involved in “greening up” your city? There are plenty of great ways for small groups of people to make a difference, all it takes is a few hours of your time, a commitment to the environment, and …

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Researching Your Scottish Ancestry

Researching your family history while traveling to the United Kingdom is a great way to spend a holiday and to find out about your family before they migrated to New Zealand, Australia, Canada, or wherever they decided to settle. It is important to do your homework prior to getting on …

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