Category Archives: Easter

William B. Hazen, the “Best Hated” Man in the Army

If there was a single person who left an indelible impact on Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce’s life, it was Brigadier General William Babcock Hazen. Hazen was born in Vermont in 1830, but his family moved westward from New England to the … Continue reading

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The Day Lincoln Was Assassinated: The Final Premonition

“Presentiments are strange things! and so are sympathies; and so are signs; and the three combined make one mystery to which humanity has not yet found the key”  Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre  As every school child knows–or should know–Abraham Lincoln, … Continue reading

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