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As We Celebrate Memorial Day ๐Ÿ™

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True Legend

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WASHINGTON: Women’s History Month: News from the Library of Congress

This is our daily post that is shared across Twitter & Telegram and published first on here with Kindness & Love โค๏ธโค๏ธ on My.Daz.blog #AceNewsRoom With โ€˜Kindness & Wisdomโ€™ Mar.17, 2022 @acehistorynews Follow Our Breaking & Daily News Here As It Happens: Women’s History Month, Gershwin Prize Award & More Join the Library of Congress, […]

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USA BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Black & African Descent Around The World

This is our daily post that is shared across Twitter & Telegram and published first on here with Kindness & Love โค๏ธโค๏ธ on My.Daz.blog #AceNewsRoom With โ€˜Kindness & Wisdomโ€™ Mar.01, 2022 @AceFriendsNews Follow Our Breaking & Daily News Here As It Happens: #AceHistoryDesk – Celebrating Black History Month: This February, we shared stories of notable […]

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American History Texas

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Mildred โ€œMillieโ€ Brown Sanders was born in Marshall, Texas on or around September 3, 1892.ย  She was the daughter of Fulton Brown and Penny Pettiway.ย  It was reported that her father was a full-blooded Cherokee Indian.ย  He did work at the home of Dr. Addison Sears of Marshall.ย  By the 1900 Census around age 7, […]

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Civil Rights Groups Asks Biden Administration to Disavow Racist Supreme Court Rulings

The Supreme Court justices, pictured in 1899. LOC/via REUTERS Civil rights groups on Thursday asked President Joe Bidenโ€™s administration to disavow century-old Supreme Court rulings suffused with racist language that gave the government license to treat people living in Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories differently than other Americans. The 13 groups, led by the […]

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Charles Siringo

Cowboy, author, and detective born on the Texas coastFebruary 7th, 1855 On this day in 1855, Charles Siringo was born in Matagorda County. Beginning in 1870, he worked as a cowboy, part of the time for Shanghai Pierce, and later helped establish the LX Ranch. While working as an LX cowboy, he met Billy the […]

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Jane Long

Earlier I posted about Jane Long, the woman shown here, and mentioned that her story is one of overcoming incredible hardship.ย  That prompted me to read a lengthy article about Jane Long that Anne A. Brindley published in the October 1952 Southwestern Historical Quarterly. Goodness gracious, Hollywood needs to make a movie about her life.ย  […]

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Charles Goodnight

Charles Goodnight co-founded the JA Ranch in 1877, the first large cattle operation in the Panhandle. He worked to produce better livestock, not only purebred cattle but also a bison-cattle cross called โ€œcattalo.โ€ Charlesโ€™ wife, Mary Ann, known as Molly by the ranch hands, cared for orphaned bison calves and was instrumental in conserving living […]