Category Archives: Monuments and Memorials

Image Sales Thru December 31st

I will be running a sale on my website until December 31st.  This sale will consist of two different parts.  First of all, every few days I will be creating a “limited time promotion” 20×24 inch canvas print that will … Continue reading

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20% Discount!

I am offering a 20% discount off the artists profit on my website http://joshua-house.artistwebsites.com/index.html?tab=galleries from now until midnite 11/28 eastern time.  Use  TZBZCC at checkout.  If you’ve any questions or pieces you’ve seen on here that you can’t find on the … Continue reading

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Houston’s Newest Garden

Yes America, or at least Central Houston, after months of delay due to weather the McGovern Centennial Gardens at Hermann Park are finally open. These new gardens abandon the style descended from a 1930s garden operated by the Houston Garden … Continue reading

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Infographic: National Parks–More Fun for Less Money

A very interesting and well thought out infographic on the potential savings of vacationing in NPS sites.   Infographic: National Parks–More Fun for Less Money.

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This side was made for you and me.

As you’ve likely noticed by now the Federal Government was shut down over night due to a lack of funds.  This means that Social Security checks won’t go out soon, that federal funds to pave roads in rural areas or … Continue reading

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Would they have stopped?

I went over to Manhattan the other day to check out a couple of World War One monuments and do a little this and that.  One is the monument to Fr. Duffy, who was the chaplain of the New York … Continue reading

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Save the USS Olympia Campaign Underway, Brought Unknown Soldier Home to America

Save the USS Olympia Campaign Underway, Brought Unknown Soldier Home to America.   The fact that this vessel brought back the Unknown Soldier from France is in itself a great reason for continued preservation.

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Crosses

I passed our brother’s cross today There on the corner where he died Just seventeen In the wrong place at the wrong time   Yesterday i saw That old ghost bike Along the road where Sammi died One May morning … Continue reading

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Pickett’s Charge

  When I was about eleven, and my brother was eight, our family watched the entirety of Ken Burns “The Civil War” on VHS in a week, in preparation for a trip from Allentown down to Gettysburg. I was familiar … Continue reading

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Gettysburg, a living place

When we as Americans think of Gettysburg we generally think of the civil war battle that surrounded the village for four days in July of 1863.  Yet it is also a living breathing village, where families have dwelt for generations, … Continue reading

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