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Things To Do: Black Hills, South Dakota

Last year our big family trip was to Pensacola, FL for my sister’s wedding. This year’s locale is just a tad bit different…Black Hills, South Dakota! 550 more words

Travel

O MASSACRE DE LITTLE BIG HORN E A LENDA DO GENERAL CUSTER - 4

No 139º aniversário da batalha de Little Big Horn, em que o 7º de Cavalaria, o mítico regimento comandado pelo general de brigada George Armstrong Custer… 270 more words

Mundo De Aventuras

The Heart of Everything That is by Bob Drury & Tom Clavin

Although I’ve studied Native American and California Indian history with Ed Castillo, Chair of Native American Studies at CSU Santa Clara, in the process of reading books about Crazy Horse and the Battle of the Little Bighorn, I acquired many authors’ prejudice against Red Cloud, the man who took his people to the reservation.  540 more words

Nonfiction

139 Years Ago Today: Little Big Horn, or The Battle of the Greasy Grass

“There are not enough Indians in the world to defeat the Seventh Cavalry.”  George Armstrong Custer

Overall, we don’t like failure. There are many books are out there with ‘success’ in the title, but we are loath to study the flip side. 413 more words

Write It Forward

The Badlands, Mt. Rushmore, Rocky Mountains, family time and a Bar Mitzvah!

Our road trip from southern Colorado moved onto Denver and a visit with Alan’s sister. We spent a short week enjoying a familiar place to call home: home cooked meals, laundry, and playing with Alan’s sister’s dogs! 981 more words

United States

South Dakota's Black Hills: Day #3 of South Dakota ~ Wyoming ~ Montana Vacation

The day starts with an 8:30 a.m. tour at the Mammoth Site in Hot Springs, South Dakota, an archeological dig that yes, would likely bore most of my friends. 1,204 more words

U.S. Vacations

halfway around the world the bombs are falling

On the dedication page of her 2007 updated collection of Revolutionary Letters, Diane di Prima states: The REVOLUTIONARY LETTERS are dedicated to Bob Dylan; and to my grandfather, Domenico Mallozzi, friend of the great anarchist dreamers of his time, who read me Dante at the age of four & named my mother after Emma Goldman.” The next 160 pages introduce the reader to this lover of freedom and gadfly of power. 578 more words

World Literature