Daily Archives: December 19, 2015

If We Loved One Another

From time to time at church we sing a particular hymn that has never failed to move me. The hymn is probably familiar only to the relatively small church culture from which I come, but I have long pondered its … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: The British Navy In the Baltic

The British Navy In The Baltic, by John D. Grainger From time to time I am able to review somewhat non-traditional works from the De Re Militari [1], and this book is definitely unusual from the perspective of Medieval warfare. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lincoln And Oregon Country Politics In The Civil War Era

Lincoln And Oregon Country Politics In The Civil War Era, by Richard W. Etulain In this slim volume, which draws from the small historiography devoted to the place of the Pacific Northwest, defined here as Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana … Continue reading

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