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blood is about tracing the currents, the voices and meanings as families mix and gift their meanings. Eyes wide open, tracing the threads of my blood/cultural…
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The Americans

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The Beedle Family

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Binder

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The Craycrofts

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The Coffins

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Connie Farrow

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The Gardners

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The Hemphills

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Reverend John Hemphill of San Francisco

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All rights reserved by The Dr Charles Burr Craycroft Collection

The Hopkins

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The Manns

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“I never,” says the Judge, “knew any man who was more remarkable for that  quality, which is called presence of mind. The more sudden the emergency, the greater the  danger in which he was unexpectedly placed, the more perfect was his self-possession, as  related to the faculties both of body and mind. In corporal vigour and activity, he was  exceeded by few; and there was an ardour about him, which characterized every thing that he  said or did.”
“1 never,” says the Judge, “knew any man who was more remarkable for that  quality, which is called presence of mind. The more sudden the emergency, the greater the  danger in which he was unexpectedly placed, the more perfect was his self-possession, as  related to the faculties both of body and mind. In corporal vigour and activity, he was  exceeded by few; and there was an ardour about him, which characterized every thing that he  said or did.”
Lieut. Col. Henry Lee

The Mannings

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Parks

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The Richardson’s

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The Roberts

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The Starbucks

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The Sutros

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The Trasks

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The Valpeys 1812 & other family in the wars

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The little guy in the center

Abolishionists

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The Colonies

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Fred Binder and his brothers watch Lincoln pass by from their front porch in Baltimore.
Background: RJF's great-grandfather was Anthony Funkhouser, who came from Switzerland early in the 19th century, settling with two brothers in the Shenandoah Valley, VA. His son, Joseph E. Funkhouser, was born in Frederick County, VA. around 1826. A farmer who lived near Winchester for fifty years, Joseph Funkhouser belonged to the United Brethren Church

Fithian’s and other Notables

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Speech of Hon. John Hemphill, of Texas, on the state of the union. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 28, 1861
John Lawrence Manning stated: "No man can tell the consequences of the dissolving of the Union; but a people who is not willing to risk all in defense of constitutional government does not deserve its blessings."

Fire Eaters

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f o u n d e r s

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eleuthromania

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