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Christmas in St. Louis 1764 – 2014

New Year’s Eve 2014, the 7th Day of Christmas. Exterior work continues steadily on the Basilica of Saint Louis, King of France, the oldest man-made structure on the downtown riverfront, and in the crypt and museum area underground. But the interior body … Continue reading

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The Founding Spirit of St. Louis

The City of St. Louis was founded in a spirit of collaboration, of tolerance among people of different races and socio-economic backgrounds, and of unprecedented freedom according to J. Frederick Fausz of the University of Missouri St. Louis.* This was … Continue reading

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Gateway to Freedom Weekend Flier

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Civil War St. Louis Tour

I want to thank Pam Reynolds, Activity Director, and the fabulous Seniors from Hazelwood Community Center for taking yet another day trip with me. I have the most wonderful time with this splendid group of people,  who are so kindly … Continue reading

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Walking Colonial Saint Louis

This coming Saturday, June 12th, as part of my new Second Saturdays Program for the general public, I will be conducting a guided tour of Colonial Saint Louis.  I offer a Coach Tour of the Colonial Village that takes five … Continue reading

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