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April 8, 2015
Thursday, April 9thy, 205 Baton Rouge, Louisiana  LOUISIANA PLAYS MAJOR ROLE IN THE CIVIL WAR FROM START TO FINISH! The Civil War came to an end 150 years ago this week when an exhausted confederate army, led by General Robert E. Lee, formally surrendered to Union General Ulysses S. Grant at a farmhouse in Appomattox,...
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A sad hallmark in American history is, not celebrated, but acknowledged this week. The bloody Civil War came to an end 150 years ago. What a tragedy. Every other country was able to abolish slavery without killing one another. What harsh lessons learned. Did you know, that from beginning to end, Louisiana played a major...
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Continuing our Civil War discussion, April 9th marks the 150th anniversary of the official end of the Civil War. Civil War historian William C. Davis will be our guest to discuss his dual biography of Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee, “Crucible of Command.” He’ll debunk the myths about these legendary generals using things...
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I pride my self on story telling. Just ask my kids, grandkids, and assorted nieces, nephews, grandnieces and nephews, and the like. Jerry the Giraffe, Freddie the Frog, the Viper, and many more are all in my repertoire. Sad to say this cartoon reflects a way too busy world where adults look for shortcuts to...
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Great news from The Lisburn Press, which is our publishing company and an integral part of Brown Communications. We are pleased to announce that Nice Guy Finishes First: The Clarke Williams Story about the creation of Louisiana’s largest company, CenturyLink®, and author Leo Honeycutt have been awarded the 2015 Axiom Business Book Award as one...
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