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Gold: The Great American Rush for Wealth is an unexpected arm-chair, true adventure that unfolds an early American history that few are aware of. If you are a history buff as I am or just have an interest in our unpredictable humanism, you might even love this article. Hope so!
Continuing my look at the influence of the visual media in Pynchon's novel.
The category I've chosen for this article is "business & money" but this piece is about succeeding in ways that exceed finances and marketing. In fact, the interested reader should NOT expect the typical information that is found in business journals and so on. This piece leans on the metaphysical and is something I began lecturing over thirty years ago. If you give the system a try I can almost certainly promise you positive change.
One of rock band Fleetwood Mac's most quietly creative forces--singer, songwriter, and keyboardist Chrisitne McVie--is back with the group after a roughly 16 year absence. And, boy, howdy, did we miss her!
One of the first Native American tribes encountered by Europeans settling the eastern parts of North America were the Lenape, or Delaware, Indians. Forced out of their ancestral homes, they moved west into Ohio, scattering throughout that territory. One group took up residence in a place they named Hell Town-from there it was only a matter of time before most of these villagers were massacred by white Colonial militia during the American Revolution.