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1940s Homeland Security
By Lynn LoFiego
"See ya later!" I called to my mother as I opened the front door. "Betty's here and we're leaving now." ...
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1950s Flashback
By Betty Grafwallner
I was a 1950s stay-at-home mom with three young children. The carrot sticks I scraped with my dime-store ...
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9th Ward Night Hawks
By Jimmy D. Doggette Jr.
New Orleans has been plagued by mosquitoes because of the swamps and woods all around, providing vast ...
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A Bunny's Tail
By Josephine A. Robinson
I was so excited! There was to be a dance recital, and I was going to be in it! It was spring of 1927, ...
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A Garden of Eatin'
By Bob Griggs
My dad was raised on a farm. Well, I was too, but I wasn't really a farmer at heart like he was. No matter ...
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A Nose for Crime
By Audrey Corn
A kid can like something too much. That's how it was with me and Black Jack chewing gum.
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A Parade of Shoes
By Gail Kiracofe
It's tough to choose what you want to take with you to the retirement home. I was dealing with that distasteful ...
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A Penny's Worth
By Josephine Early Rob
Today few people would stoop to pick up a penny. However, many years ago, I learned the value of that ...
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A Quiet Hero
By Joseph R. Hughes Sr.
Everyone likes a hero. A hero always seems to make things better. By de?nition, a hero performs sel?ess ...
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A Schoolhouse Christmas
By Frances N. Burnham
Keeping Christmas at Thomas Corners School meant drawing names for gift giving, the arrival of jolly ...
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A Sharecropper Christmas
By Carlene Poff Baker
Hearing the wind howling at the windows, we girls huddled closer to the wood-crackling stove in our sharecropper ...
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A Winter's School Day
By Helen Ivanhoe-Smart
We were homesteading pioneers in northern Canada, seven children of Polish immigrants. We grew up in ...
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Armistice Day
By Frances N. Burnham
It seems that the origin of Veterans Day has almost become lost somewhere in our vast country's history. ...
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Astaire & Rogers
By Richard W. O'Donnell
Fate brought them together; talent made them legends.
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Back to School
By Judy Paris
One day when I was starting high school, the strangest thing happened. A new student came in -- a man.
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