IV: The Hour of Evidence

Collection by Terri Sedmak


The Liberty & Property Legends #4 ~ Deceived. All eyes are on Cheyenne, Magic City of the Plains. The shocking evidence no one saw coming. A lost family secret. Two hearts at destiny's crossroads. "There will come a time when the truth will rise up through the mire of lies and murky wrong-doing to reach the surface and show its sad yet radiant light. And I believe that hour is coming." - Emmaline Roberts. www.terrisedmak.com

Terri Sedmak
Love this saying...heard it a lot growing up

Good Lord Willing Pattern

One of my Grandmother's sayings. Inspired by one of my favorite country catalogs. Drew up last night, can't wait to stitch...



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Walt Whitman - Noiseless Patient Spider is one of my favorite poems in this book.

Beautiful writings by Walt Whitman

Beautiful writings by Walt Whitman by bonnie on Indulgy.com

Artist Doug Knutson Unframed Vintage Lawyer Print Juris Prudence

In Doug Knutson's print JURIS PRUDENCE a vintage lawyer's desk reflects a simpler time--a few law books, reading glasses, a gavel, and an oil lantern by which to work. Lady Justice reminds the lawyer that the profession symbolizes "the fair and equal administration of the law, without corruption, avarice, prejudice, or favor." A great gift for your favorite attorney, this open edition print is available in an unframed image size of 18" x 24".

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Scales of Justice II

Scales of Justice sculpture is available from sculpturegallery.com

An untold story...

An untold story...

ART~ "Time For Reading" by Judy Gibson

Aiding in the abolition of slavery is Harriett Beecher Stowe's, Uncle Tom's Cabin. According to legend, Abraham Lincoln greeted Harriet Beecher Stowe in 1862 by saying "So you're the little woman who wrote the book that started this great [Civil] war." Truly one of history's finest depiction of American slavery.

Civil War Photographs

Enlarge Engineers of the 8th New York State Militia in front of a tent, 1861. Local Identifier: 111-B-499. National Archives Identifier: 524918. View in National Archives Catalog Introduction The War Between the States was the first large and prolonged conflict recorded by photography. During the war, dozens of photographers, both as private individuals and as employees of the Confederate and Union Governments, photographed civilians and civilian activities; military personnel, equipment…

Burning the Midnight Oil.Doug Knutson

Burning the Midnight Oil

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Judy Gibson - Old Books II


Sonya Terpening - Morning Room - painting

Sonya Terpening - Morning Room - painting