This blog contains two types of posts.
First there are series of posts that all fit together.
Then there are individual posts that stand on their own.
I will first identify the series and where each series starts.
The first series is about a private archaeology. It starts at;
Then there is a true story about a Frenchman that appeared in the census reports while I was doing the archaeology postings. That blog starts at;
And there is a series of snippets of poems by a 1830 writer named Paul Hamilton Hayne. This series starts at;
There is a series about Isabel Paterson, a woman of conviction and strength who concisely identified the ideals that represent freedom for America.
Now we just had to add the series of a few infamous people.
There is a wonderful book put together by a sketch artist, a poet and two engravers.
And then there is a series is about the Australian bandit/folk hero “Ned Kelly.” He has a lot of fun with us at his own expense.
A recent series is about the New York State Inebriate Asylum, circa 1869; well it is really about one of the inmates. In fact, he wrote this series of posts. And here is where the series starts.
A new series started on Nov. 6, 2012. It is about Fred’s tragedy and starts at the following link.
At the beginning of February, 2013 we started a series about Egil’s Saga. It starts here:
Now that Egil’s Saga is complete we have started ALEX IN BLUNDERLAND. The introduction starts here:
“Dreaming Wally” starts here;
The current set of posts is about fishermen and starts here;
On January 10, 2014 I decided to move all my posts (well – – – most of my posts) over here from another blogging site which shall remain nameless. This series of posts starts here. I hope you enjoy all the new people that you meet in this series.
This series of posts defines the movement of a farm family from the Connecticut/New York border to the Indian Territory that was purchased around 1800. It defines the hardships and mishaps that were part of such a risky move.
This series of 23 posts started on 10/23/14. It defines the life and times of the Extremadura region of Iberia/Spain. It starts in 400 B.C. and ends by stating some pertinent facts about Extremadura and the citations for the series used to create the posts.
The next series of posts defines the body of work by SUPERHERO JUAN JAIN – – – And it starts here. I dare say no more.
Cripes all-mighty – – – here he goes again! This time it is a little more serious. In fact it is downright mortifying. Humans killing each others souls. What the heck won’t he write about? Here is where it all starts.
Well well, well – – – there he goes; one more time. Another series. However, this is re-do. Golfers get ‘Mulligans’ and politicians get ‘Clarifications.’ So I get a ‘Re-do’ because this series was posted a few years back and then it was deleted for reasons only known to ‘His Highness’ (that’s me).
And now a series about an elevator trip in the 15 story Binghamton University Library Tower Elevator. Hang on!
Just look at this series. The whole story is written on the daily log of a fisherman; page by page, day by day. All while someone is attempting to murder him.
Here we go again. This series is about the dearly departed souls of 15 men who died in the war of 1812. They are called “The Chateaugay Platoon.”
Will this guy ever stop writing series? Holy Cow! (My apologies to the Brahman) This series will center on Genghis Khan, the Monguls, Mongolia and other such interesting people and places. ENJOY!
The brain is a strange yet magical thing.
Tocqueville has something to say and so do I
There is no structure to the rest of this blog. If you look in the catagories section they are listed under “Odds and Ends” and “Short Stories.”
I hope that this helps.