In the mid-1800s, an overwhelming number of stray and feral dogs prompted some pretty brutal anti-stray policies, especially in larger cities. Yet despite these turbulent
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William Jackson Smart, a Civil War veteran, experienced the pain of losing two wives and the profound responsibility of raising his children as a single
Even though it’s been 82 years since the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor, those who lost family members on December 7, 1941, continue to mourn
Do you love a good do-it-yourself garden project? From 1963 to 1967, the Minneapolis Sunday Tribune (now the Star Tribune) published a weekly column called
Newspapers are an incredible resource for learning details about your ancestors’ lives. Simple searches can yield surprising insights. Expanded searches might result in genealogical breakthroughs.
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