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See What Erie’s East Bayfront Looked Like in 1880 With This Photo of the Wayne Blockhouse: Christine’s Chronicles

By Christine Lorraine Morgan ~ April 18, 2022 Yes, the shoreline of Presque Isle Bay nearly reached the Wayne Blockhouse as is apparent in this 1880 photo! Garrison Hill, which is slightly to the east of this photo, was a … Continue reading

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Presque Isle North Pierhead Lighthouse, built in 1857, still guides vessels: Christine’s Chronicles

By Christine Lorraine Morgan, April 16, 2022 There’s quite an extensive history behind the Presque Isle North Pierhead Lighthouse in Erie, PA. The photos and video below show what the tower looked like a century ago compared to what it looks … Continue reading

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How I Spent Three Days In A Bangkok Hospital at Age 18 in my time with the US Army: Christine’s Chronicles

Could you imagine being hospitalized in Bangkok, Thailand at age 18 and nobody visits you because you don’t know anyone? Continue reading

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When Our US Army Bus Drove Straight Into An Anti-American Demonstration in Bangkok This Is What Happened in 1975: Christine’s Chronicles

How does one hide from thousands of angry people in a foreign country when trapped on a bus and there is nowhere to do so? Continue reading

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Wondering what to do with your hand weights? Here’s the Answer! Catch the moves here in Weight Workout Woman’s 12-minute routine

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President Abraham Lincoln Dined in Erie, PA on his way to Washington to be inaugurated in March 1861

President Abraham Lincoln Dined in Erie PA on His Way To Be Inaugurated Continue reading

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See My Life as a 19-Year-Old WAC in Bangkok, Thailand: A Picture Show

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From Meandering Hippie to Military Achiever~ Army Basic Training Made a Soldier Out of Me

This piece was originally published on the Yahoo Contributor Network in 2011. It is a true story of how this author ended up in the U. S. Army at age 18.  After Turning Down $100 for Sex, This Starving and … Continue reading

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Christine’s Chronicles: When in Bangkok do as the Bangkokkers do

Smile at the misadventures of this 18-year-old know-it-all who decides to tackle the sights and sounds of the ancient city of Bangkok while suffering a serious case of jet lag. Continue reading

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Christine’s Chronicles: George Washington, the Great Soldier, was Nearly George Washington, the Great Sailor

George Washington, The Father of our Country, knew how to out-think the enemy. Without his military genius, we may not have won the war. Continue reading

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