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1861 – Union General John C. Fremont instituted martial law in Missouri and declared slaves there to be free. However, President Lincoln countermanded Fremont’s order a few days later.
1862 – Sioux warriors drive federal horses and cattle from Fort Abercrombie, near present day Wahpeton, North Dakota.
1864 – Gold is discovered near Livingston, Montana Territory.
1873 – George Arthur French (1841-1921) forms first detachment of North-West Mounted Police with 150 recruits in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
1874 – Two robberies attributed to the James gang occurred with twenty five miles apart on the same day in Waverly & Lexington, Missouri. Many reports stated that the robbers were recognized. Later the witnesses recanted after visiting with Zerelda James-Samuel.
Treat your kids’ new teachers to some homemade cuteness with these adorable crafty cards.
As summer winds down and the temperatures heat up, now’s the time for this delicious, refreshing and oh-so-simple recipe.
These delicious bread cones can be filled with whatever you’d like, making the filling options endless.
Use this easy DIY project to add a bit of rustic decor to your home or to an event, such as a birthday.
This recipe is incredibly easy to make, which is a good thing since after trying it once, it will likely be one of your favorite go-to desserts.
Good fences make good neighbors, especially when combined with beautiful blooms. Here are four different ways to marry the two.
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