Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Ghost of Grief – Impact of 1908 Roads Opera House Fire Still Felt Today

By: The Contemplative Traveler©™ On January 13, 1908, reformation arrived in a small town in Pennsylvania. Wrought by conflagration rather than the enlightening cultural experience intended by church leaders who had planned the special event, the experience left surviving residents … Continue reading

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Death and the Civil War – Snyder’s Point Discusses Why the Award-Winning Documentary Is a Must-See Film for All Americans

“In this republic of suffering, individuals do not often become very strongly marked in one’s mind.” – Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr., co-designer of New York City’s Central Park and Executive Secretary of the U.S. Sanitary Commission That quote by Frederick … Continue reading

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