Monthly Archives: May 2014

“A Vast Wilderness Inhabited Only by Indians and Wild Animals”

Last night I was talking to a friend of mine who had read my recent post on slavery statistics for Franklin County, and she said to me, “Did you notice that there are no Native Americans in any of the … Continue reading

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Protected: To See A Fine Lady

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Posted in England, Family, Music, Mythology, Oxford, Poetry

Protected: The Coin in the Fish’s Mouth

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Posted in Animals, Bible, Family, Numismatics, Sewanee

Get Rid of Corporal Punishment? That’s “Acting Like Big Brother”

On Monday the issue of corporal punishment in Franklin County schools came before the board, as part of the review of section 6 policies.  We had been due to discuss this in April’s meeting, but because it had been a … Continue reading

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