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Historic Civil Rights Milestone in July 2015

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s speech on the Village Green By Cecile Hales Originally published the Fall/Winter 2014 Gazette Fifty years—surely a milestone to be celebrated and an opportunity to look back, no matter what the original event. In this case the event was truly historic: July 2015 will mark 50 […]

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The Men of Car 403

Written by Cecile Hales In August of 1805 Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery crossed the Continental Divide at Lemhi Pass in what is now Montana, leaving behind them the area acquired in the Louisiana Purchase. Ahead of them lay the “Oregon Country”—territory both uncharted and disputed, as it was claimed by Great […]