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Festivals in a Medieval English Village via Medievalists.net [Shared]

Festivals in a Medieval English Village via Medievalists.net What were the celebrations held in a typical medieval village? Evidence for this can be hard to find, but one article focusing on the villages of Berkshire, England, offers us some clues … Continue reading

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📕 Overdue, Part 1: the birth of public libraries via New_Public [Shared]

I am a great fan of libraries. I grew up using a Carnegie library in my small (<2000 pop.) town in Ohio and even worked in the University library in college. I still read most of my books from the … Continue reading

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Listening To #41 – Pencils via The Boring Talks [Audio] [Podcast]

Listening to #41 – Pencils via The Boring Talks “Behind every boring subject is another layer of boringness you could have never imagined.” James Ward introduces another curious talk about a subject that may seem boring, but is actually very … Continue reading

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Civics – 8 in a Series – January 6, 2021 – Sedition, Insurrection, and Treason

I never imagined when I started this series, that I would be ever writing about the horrors we have experienced as a nation in the last week. The Constitution clearly states, “We the PEOPLE of the United States of America…”. … Continue reading

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