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August 19, 2010 Henry Colin Campbell, the Cranford Torch Murderer
August 11, 2010 Special Event: Family Day at Ephrata Cloister!
August 10, 2010 Native Americans Traded Wampum from a New Jersey Factory
July 29, 2010 George Washington Pardons Traitor Michael Widman
July 27, 2010 Heads on Poles in Boston Common
July 25, 2010 Woman in the Wilderness and Ephrata Cloister
July 25, 2010 Caspar Wistar’s Quit-Rent: One Red Rose
July 13, 2010 Buttons to Bottles, Hadrosaurs to Rats, there’s a Wistar
Logging the Forgotten Since 1583?
Humphrey Gilbert and a crew of criminals and pirates reached Newfoundland in 1583.
Gilbert waved his patent, dug a divot of turf, and claimed the land for England...never mind that the French and Portuguese, to say nothing of the Beothuk, were already there,
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- Caspar Wistar's Quit-Rent: One Red Rose
- 28 June 1689: Joyful News! Horse-Leeches in Byfield’s Account of Edmund Andros
- 24 June 1700- Abolition and the Selling of Joseph
- George Washington Pardons Traitor Michael Widman
- John Quincy Adams on the New England Confederation
- Samuel Mitchell, Expert Witness to Trance Preacher Rachel Baker
- Catherine Wistar, a Batch of Baches, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson
- Henry Wister and the Nation's Leading Patent Medicine, Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
- Native Americans Traded Wampum from a New Jersey Factory