Posts Tagged ‘david goldfield’

— “Colonial America’s Interstate 95.” (Or maybe I-81?) — David Goldfield gets his turn at bat in the Disunion blog. — Alas, high-altitude vandalism didn’t end with Elisha Mitchell’s monument. — Did I really kill half a morning reading these obsessively detailed histories of moribund malls in Eden, High Point and Hendersonville?

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“Two weeks after the Civil War ended, N. J. Bell, a railroad conductor, enjoyed a layover in Wilmington, North Carolina. A small boy and a little girl who lived on the edge of the railyard came up to him asking for something to eat. He gave them whatever bread and meat they could carry away. […]

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