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a jeuvenille coopers hawk visit

had a visitor last week.. i thought it was a red tailed hawk but after corresponding with Eastern Ontario Birding facebook page he informs me it is a coopers hawk. 20 mots de plus

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TARIK

DEAR TARIK,

THANK YOU FOR BEING A PART OF MY LIFE AND FOR EVERYTHING THAT YOU HAVE TAUGHT ME. REST EASY.

MEET ME @ LICORICE BEACH

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Maladies and Treatments

Our last post focused on the establishment of Ashburton’s first hospital, and the other smaller nursing homes and private hospitals that existed in Ashburton district. This week the focus is on the illnesses and treatments that occurred at Ashburton’s first hospital. 886 mots de plus

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Amstel and IJ | Amsterdam and I

After many years of not exhibiting, I decided to share some of the work that I have done in the past 10 years. The theme is Amsterdam, city which has fully seduced me with its magnificent history, still visible in the map and architecture. 265 mots de plus

History

Words, like Aliens, exist

Words flying round
like aliens from space
from a vacant planet
landing on pages
barren of life
now breathing ink
fighting off fatigue
as the battle rages on… 66 mots de plus

Creative Writing

Amy Surak: Behind the Scenes of the Archives

by Alexa Schmidt, A&E Editor

Amy Surak is the director of Manhattan College’s archives and special collections, located in the O’Malley library. She has been an archivist for about 25 years, and started working at MC in 2002. 1 159 mots de plus

Features

What Is This?

I thought I’d use this first post to explain a little about why I’m here and what this is all about!

I’ve always had a love of history – especially American – and politics. 107 mots de plus

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