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History Corner
  • History Corner: Can You Remember Them All?

    I can’t. You may wonder what I can’t remember. Well, it’s all of the interesting origins for slang that I ...

    I can’t. You may wonder what I can’t remember. Well, it’s all of the interesting origins for slang that I watched on television in the later hours of the evening on one of the history-type stations wh ...

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  • More “Old” News from the Academy…

    We left you with a cliffhanger in the suspicious death of George Gunn. The census record for 1860 lists a ...

    We left you with a cliffhanger in the suspicious death of George Gunn. The census record for 1860 lists a George Gunn, his wife Ann and 3 children. As the report states, George was poisoned in May of ...

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  • History Corner: What’s New At The Academy?

      Nothing is new at The Academy. Everything is old, including me! The Mary Woodruff Research Center, ...

      Nothing is new at The Academy. Everything is old, including me! The Mary Woodruff Research Center, located on the 2nd floor of The Academy, is a treasure trove of historical information, all fi ...

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  • Now It’s Your Turn…

    I’ve been asked, so many times by my readers, about how I find information for my stories and my answer i ...

    I’ve been asked, so many times by my readers, about how I find information for my stories and my answer is research. Not only has the Internet put the world’s history out there but also the Orange His ...

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  • History Corner: Where Did We Come From?

    Although the sign on the Green says Orange 1822, the land was not always Orange but a section of Milford ...

    Although the sign on the Green says Orange 1822, the land was not always Orange but a section of Milford referred to as North Milford. In his will dated November 24th 1720, Richard Bryan, the son of o ...

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