As the sesquicentennial winds down,mi have another large time gap between posts, unfortunately. Life has a way of changing your, or at least my, priorities. Now, though, hopefully I can get back to posting. I do have a couple of drafts that need some finishing and just need to finishing the John Rankin entry I promised do long ago.
I regret not posting during the anniversaries of Lee's surrender and Lincoln's assassination, but it is what it is.
Anyway, I am still around, even if not blogging actively, and I do want to repost this one entry from 5 (really?!) years ago, though a day or two ago would have been better timing
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