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K.P. Kollenborn
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Although writing can help decipher history, it’s our humanity which keeps all of us striving for an improved future.
Although writing can help decipher history, it’s our humanity which keeps all of us striving for an improved future.

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10 Things You May Not Know About Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson at 250: President's legacy isn't pretty, but neither is history  tennessean.com/story   Historical reputations rise and fall; Jackson isn’t unique in this regard. But his case is peculiar in the extent of the fall and for what it says about h...

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Brief History of Feminism
A Brief History: The Three Waves of Feminism SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 BY CAROLINE DOREY-STEIN While the roots of feminism are buried in ancient Greece, most recognize the movement by the three waves of feminism. The third being the movement in which we are curren...

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Archibald Buster
*The history of Archibald Buster (1802-1894) was compiled many years ago by Lottie Buster, a daughter of Claudius Green Buster, and grand-daughter of Archibald.  Many, many thanks must go to her for writing down these facts about Archibald’s life, with whic...

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20 Freaky Historical Facts: So very Halloweenish!
1.) Some chapels buried thousands of bodies in their floorboards. Instead of a separate cemetery, bodies used to be buried in churchyards, which in the olden days was profitable for churches. Since there was a finite amount of space in the yard, some church...

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A House Divided: Kentucky during the Civil War
Senator Judge Milton Pope Buster (1824-1864) When the next senator did not want to replace the void in the Kentucky senate house, Milton, who was already a judge, stepped-up and was sworn in by autumn of 1861, just six months after his father's death. ( His...

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John Erastus Buster: Loyalty Ranger
Old Hall Cemetery Birth: Dec. 30, 1851 Death: Jun. 11, 1937 LOYALTY RANGER John Erastus Buster was born December 30, 1851, in Albany, Clinton County, Kentucky, to John Prather Buster and Martha Jane Lair. John stood 5ft 11in tall, had blue eyes, dark hair a...

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Indentured Servants in Colonial Virginia
"Men, women, and sometimes children signed a contract with a master to serve a term of 4 to 7 years. In exchange for their service, the indentured servants received their passage paid from England, as well as food, clothing, and shelter once they arrived in...

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Indentured Servants in Colonial Virginia
"Men, women, and sometimes children signed a contract with a master to serve a term of 4 to 7 years. In exchange for their service, the indentured servants received their passage paid from England, as well as food, clothing, and shelter once they arrived in...

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Breakdown of the Generations with the last 100 years
Generations table The following table summarizes what you need to know about Western generations so you can track your own in time. Generation Births from Births until Coming of age The G.I. Generation – Greatest Generation 1900 1924 1918 - 1929 The Silent ...

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Breakdown of the Generations with the last 100 years
Generations table The following table summarizes what you need to know about Western generations so you can track your own in time. Generation Births from Births until Coming of age The G.I. Generation – Greatest Generation 1900 1924 1918 - 1929 The Silent ...
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