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Sunday Serial: ‘Haunted Bones’- Chapter Three

Authors note: This is a work of fiction. It does not reflect any actual events, and all of the characters are fictional. Any similarity to events or persons ...

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Sunday Serial: ‘Haunted Bones’- Chapter Two

Authors note: This is a work of fiction. It does not reflect any actual events, and all of the characters are fictional. Any similarity to events or persons ...

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Historically Speaking: Two Very Heavy Loads

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By Tom Morrow The late Clarence Baer of Oceanside was a young Army Air Corps officer during World War II with a mission difficult to explain. When asked ...

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Historically Speaking: The Toolmakers of Nazi Germany – Part II

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By Tom Morrow For years during the forties and fifties a popular American company used the sales phrase: “Better living through chemistry,” (Dupont) But, during the two world ...

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Sunday Serial: ‘Haunted Bones’- Foreword, Chapter One

Editors note: Haunted Bones by Thomas J. Morrow marks the return of the popular Sunday Serial to OsideNews. Each Sunday we will bring you a chapter of Tom’s ...

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Historically Speaking: The Toolmakers of Nazi Germany – Part I

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By Tom Morrow This is part one of a two-part column on aircraft designers and well-known chemical companies who aided Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany using slave laborers. The ...

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Historically Speaking: The Dodge Brothers

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An American Success Story By Tom Morrow Two of America’s great manufacturing pioneers, Horace and John Dodge, were born into a working-class immigrant family, but through ingenuity, they ...

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Historically Speaking: The Fabulous Lincoln Highway

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‘The Main Street Across America’ By Tom Morrow Most of us look upon old U.S. Highway 66 as our “national” road starting at Chicago west to Los Angeles, ...

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Historically Speaking: From Actor to Major General and Back

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By Tom Morrow There were a number of Hollywood actors who joined the armed forces during World War II, but none of them equaled the service of James ...

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Historically Speaking: WPA Guide Books

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America as 7,000 Writers Discovered During the Depression By Tom Morrow In 1935 at the height of the Great Depression, President Franklin Roosevelt’s Works Project Administration created a ...

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Historically Speaking: Cave Couts-North County’s Anglo Pioneer

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By Tom Morrow Cave Johnson Couts was one of the first white men to settle in North San Diego County. His Rancho Guajome lies in Vista along N. ...

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Historically Speaking: The Outer Banks Where Important History was Made

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By Tom Morrow Unless you’re in Maine, you can’t get much further east in the United States than standing on the white sandy beaches of this thin piece ...

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Historically Speaking: In Honor of the President’s Lady

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By Tom Morrow During his time before and during his presidency, Andrew Jackson fought a number of duels, primarily in defense of his wife, Rachel. Her husband’s dueling ...

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Historically Speaking: Washington’s Spy Ring – Key to the Revolution

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By Tom Morrow If you’ve been watching the television series, “Turn – Washington’s Spies,” the episodes have closely portrayed reality. In the summer of 1778, the Culper Ring ...

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Historically Speaking: Alger Hiss- Was He or Wasn’t He a Soviet Spy?

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By Tom Morrow In 1948, Alger Hiss was an American government official accused of being a Soviet spy. In 1950, he was convicted of perjury in connection with ...

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