Category Archives: Relatively Speaking (musings)

Our First Century

I came across a most fascinating book that tells of 100 great events, some little known,  in our country’s early years.  Written by Richard Miller Devens in 1879, Our First Century: Being A Popular Descriptive Portraiture Of The One Hundred … Continue reading

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In Your Own Backyard

Have you ever thought of digging up your relatives in your own backyard?  That wouldn’t occur to me in the slightest, but I just made a startling discovery as such! Being born in Massachusetts it is not surprising to me … Continue reading

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The Lost Manuscript of Gov. William Bradford

The priceless manuscript Of Plymouth Plantation, penned by Gov. William Bradford, was once lost for almost a century.  I don’t know about you, but I’m just glad the poor guy was long gone so he didn’t have to know about … Continue reading

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