What the textbooks don’t tell you about Lincoln and the War
This undated photo provided by Seth Kaller, Inc., shows a detail from the rare original copy of President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation which sold Tuesday, June 26, 2012, at a New York auction for more than $2 million. It's the second-highest price ever paid for a Lincoln-signed proclamation - after one owned by the late Sen. Robert Kennedy that went for $3.8 million two years ago. (AP Photo/Seth Kaller, Inc.)

What the textbooks don’t tell you about Lincoln and the War

americanvision.org Dr. Joel McDurmon Nov 29, 2017 One thing that has become clear to me while writing and reviewing all of this slavery and Civil War history stuff is that…

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MCHD GLASSDOOR WRAPUP

Montgomery County Hospital District is a great example of a special district that has outlived its original charter.MCHD is a Hospital District without a hospital but it lives on to…

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TOTH : IN DEFENSE OF KEN PAXTON

The Houston Chronicle published an Editorial Page attack on Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. I asked for the opportunity to respond with relevant facts that were omitted from their biased…

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