Tag Archives: 1829

“1828-1829: Changing Times”

A little more than forty years after the signing of the Constitution of the United States, the country’s economy is primarily agrarian, however, industrialization is taking root in the cities. Westward expansion is stimulating the development of a national infrastructure and … Continue reading

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“Journey Back In Time: The Gallows”

April 4, 1829. I step from the jail Into bright sunlight Which I have not seen Since my trial. My eyes Accustomed To dim shadows And dark corners Burn As I stare At glowing green leaves Fluttering Next to fluorescent … Continue reading

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Reverberation, The Novel

_____________________________________________________________ “I love the ethical, moral and religious themes that were brought up by the story. Very complicated and messy, like in real life.”  | Quote from Katja Baker’s review of Reverberation, The Novel, my historical-fiction book . ______________________________________________________________ Excerpt from REVERBERATION, THE … Continue reading

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