Programs tell local story of Civil War

Programs tell local story of Civil War

There are 1 comment on the The Daily News Journal story from Dec 27, 2011, titled Programs tell local story of Civil War. In it, The Daily News Journal reports that:

How many dads out there are old enough to remember what a pressure cooker is? We don't mean your... Six-year-old Harry Hassmann, from San Antonio, Texas, listens as Ranger Jim Lewis talks about the Battle of Stones River on Monday during a walking tour at the west Murfreesboro site.

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#1 Dec 28, 2011
If you want to read a real story I think Blackman School parents should go to zip 47362 on Topix and read all about the Girl's Basketball Coach you have him now.

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