Thursday, April 22, 2010

New Article Available in the GYR Online Journal







“History Hidden In Plain Sight”

by footnoteMaven


“I have considered it a duty devolving upon me to erect a plain and modest monument to his memory. . ."

~ John Quincy Adams ~


It pays to go through those boxes. Those in which we store our family memorabilia. Who knows what we might have forgotten. Yes, it seems it would have behooved Quincy, Massachusetts, to have gone through the boxes of its most famous family as well, the Adams family. You’d think all the family letters would have been careful stored for posterity; but one languished in a box in the basement, forgotten. One from a president, discovered by accident.



You'll find the rest of this article from the History Hare in
the Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal.

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