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Sep 25, 2021
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The Franklin County Publication Archive Index

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Posted by stew - Thu, Jul 31, 2003

Gazette & Courier - Monday, February 27, 1871
The lecture of Capt. William A. Gile on Fri eve., although not largely attended, was very attentively listened to by an appreciative audience. He sketched life on the Texas frontier and incidents tha

The lecture of Capt. William A. Gile on Fri eve., although not largely attended, was very attentively listened to by an appreciative audience. He sketched life on the Texas frontier and incidents that came under his observation while with our army on the Rio Grande. He became familiar with the events that brought to a close the attempt of http://www.austrian-mint.com/e/maxhist.html Maximilian to establish the Mexican empire and graphically described the tragical death of the unfortunate Austrian nobleman. In closing, the speaker in pathetic terms compared the execution of Maximilian with the assassination of our martyr Lincoln and showed how widely different was the impression left on the hearts of the people. The lecture was an able production and well delivered.
 

Subjects: Assassination, French, Greenfield (MA), Hispanics, Latin America, Rivers / Lakes / Oceans, Royalty, Show Business, War / Weaponry

Posted by stew - Fri, May 3, 2002

Gazette & Courier - Monday, April 4, 1870
A legend of Mexico, by Wink

A legend of Mexico, by Wink
 

Subjects: Hispanics

Posted by stew - Fri, May 3, 2002

Gazette & Courier - Monday, March 28, 1870
A paper in Natchez, Mississippi reports that some negroes have dug up near that city a queer looking, dingy, rusty old square box, so bound about with metal as to almost resemble an iron box, & conta

A paper in Natchez, Mississippi reports that some negroes have dug up near that city a queer looking, dingy, rusty old square box, so bound about with metal as to almost resemble an iron box, & containing coin and valuable ornaments which it suggests was buried by the great http://www.cr.nps.gov/seac/beneathweb/ch10.htm Hernando de Soto and his followers about the year 1640
 

Subjects: African-Americans / Blacks, Archaeology, Economics, Hispanics, History, Literature / Web Pages


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