Daily Archives: July 11, 2017

I’ve Got A Name

From time to time I find the music of the late Jim Croce to be particularly inspirational [1]. ¬†One of his bigger hits was a melancholy song about identity, and it should come as little surprise given the identity politics … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Authentic Account of the Massacre of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet, and Hyrum Smith, His Brother: Together with a Brief History of the Rise and Progress of Mormonism, and All the Circumstances Which Led to Their Death

An Authentic Account of the Massacre of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet, and Hyrum Smith, His Brother: Together with a Brief History of the Rise and Progress of Mormonism, and All the Circumstances Which Led to Their Death, by George … Continue reading

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Book Review: Correspondence Relating To The Massacre of Immigrants

Correspondence Relating To The Massacre of Immigrants: By the Snake Indians, in August, 1854 I am frequently on the lookout for the daily books published by Forgotten Books that they offer for free, as they can occasionally provide an excellent … Continue reading

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