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Death of Gen. Robert E. Lee

Death of Gen. Robert E. Lee

Guest Post by Calvin E. Johnson, Jr.General Lee died at his home at Lexington , Virginia at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 12, 1870. His last great deed came after the War Between the States when he accepted the presidency of Washington College, now Washington and...
Making time for the important things

Making time for the important things

“Lost time is never found again.” – Benjamin FranklinIt’s been at least three years since I’ve visited my college friend – probably more like four. We keep in touch the usual way – an email now and then, sometimes a phone...
Death of Gen. Robert E. Lee

Excerpt from Noble Cause

Background: Union spy Andrea Evans wakes up in the home of the Confederate officer she believes sent her to prison, and takes every opportunity to voice her displeasure about the situation. In this chapter, her supposed tormentor Alexander Hunter is wounded...
Death of Gen. Robert E. Lee

Nature Note

Hummingbirds and Monarchs disappeared on Monday, almost as if a switch was pulled. Poplars are beginning to dress themselves in gold.
Waterford’s past makes it special

Waterford’s past makes it special

Despite having a sore throat, I had a nice time at the Waterford Homes Tour and Crafts Exhibit on Friday and had a very successful book signing of my Civil War novel Shades of Gray to boot.Anyone within 100 miles of Waterford, Va., located in northern Virginia, really...
 

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