Medal of Honor Recipient Capt. William Edward Miller Gettysburg National Cemetery Last year during a parent getaway while the kids were still in school, we took a day trip to Gettysburg. I’m pretty sure we aren’t the only parents to
This isn’t the typical Halloween article that I’ve been sharing this month but thought it brought a good reminder that even with a war going on some still tried to carry on with a show of respect. Printed on Friday
Middletown Historical Society Museum offers a glimpse into the lives of those who have served our country. The museum is open every Friday for those of you who would like to see the “Middletown Goes to War” exhibit, no charge.
Published in February of 1917 in the Daily Alaska Dispatch out of Juneau, Alaska. MOMENTOUS DAY IN THE HISTORY OF UNITED STATES The third day of February, 1917, is probably destined to go down in history as one of momentous
In reading some of these letters from Diana’s great aunt, grandfather and father you can’t help but hear the love and strength in their words. There was a war, WW II, going on at the time and for a new
KINGSTON, NEW YORK, JANUARY 4, 1947 HAPPY WAR BRIDES By the middle of next year there will be 60,000 foreign-born girls in this country as brides of American soldiers. Already there are more than 40,000 here. The communities throughout the