Archive for June 13th, 2010

— Is adding diversity to the Capitol monument community “baldly racist, sexist, and classically Marxist”? — Just how rare is that “rare” photo of two slave children found at a Charlotte yard sale? — Will a forthcoming book of Salisbury photos include a well-known sign on N.C. 150?

Read Full Post »

“Even in maturity, long-legged (6 ft. 6 in.) Clarence E. McVey, 49, a carpenter of Graham, N.C. (pop. 5,000) could not forget the misery of his schooldays. He had grown so fast that he towered above all his classmates, was so gangling and awkward that he became the butt of their jokes. He swore that […]

Read Full Post »

Buy Premium Version to add more powerful tools to this place. https://wpclever.net/downloads/wp-admin-smart-search