Follow the link below to find the story of some true history keepers of Kansas http://ksn.com/2017/05/21/volunteers-restore-dignity-history-at-cemetery/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQQFZSK8CgU&sns=em
I have a passion for history. As I have mentioned in other posts that history can have many forms and is not always in the written word. The Davis monument is a beautiful form of history to take in if you are ever in the northeast part of Kansas. Ok, I realize that this may … More A small country cemetery ( Part 2)
I have a list. A list of places I want to go, things I want to see, things I want to do. Now some call this type of list ” a bucket list “. I call my list – “life list”. I’m not planning on leaving this earth anytime soon but I have become more … More A small country cemetery. (Part One)
We all like to share stories from our youth with people that we love. It is out of love that we share and save our own history, and admit it, we like to think we live on in those stories. But would you be willing to save someone else’s story so it could be told? … More The History Keeper
I am passionate about my cross creations because I know that time spent quietly at a loved ones grave can be very private and special. Sometimes a person just wants to recall a memory, or have a conversation that never was spoke, or just a moment to show respect for the life that was part … More A celebration of Alfonso’s life
When I was in school many many years ago history was a class that always seemed to require the heaviest books. History class was OK but it wasn’t my favorite. Maybe the reason school aged children aren’t interested in history is because they have no real history of their own. Learning about of bunch of people … More History / not in books or online….
Pictures of my visits to my family graves and the crosses I placed in their memory……
5 Photos You Should Take at the Cemetery
Crosses placed in November 2015
Arizona woman’s effort to identify 542 in pauper’s grave in Indian cemeteryFelicia Fonseca, Associated Press 11:06 a.m. MST November 30, 2015 Kim Mangum (Photo: Felicia Fonseca/AP) FLAGSTAFF — An Arizona woman has completed a painstaking project to identify people buried in a once-neglected pauper’s grave made up primarily of Navajo children who died of tuberculosis … More One amazing woman creates history….