Monthly Archive: December, 2015

From Our Team to Yours!

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  From the History Imagined team, wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Regular posts will begin again on New Year’s Day. Until then, we hope that… Continue reading

Triumph, Plunder, and the Full Weight of History

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Lovers of history know that objects shed light on the lives of people in past times. Some bring profound insight into a particular era, movement, or event. Only a few carry the weight… Continue reading

Travels through Historical Fiction: From Sarum to Salisbury

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Salisbury, England 1992 – We walked up the narrow street toward the old city wall where heavy wooden doors with iron bindings and large ring handles stood open, inviting both pedestrian and vehicular… Continue reading

The National Road & The True Gateway to the West

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A few weeks ago, I wrote about Steubenville, OH and how it was, according to present day Steubenville residents, the real gateway to the west, long before St. Louis adopted the title. I… Continue reading