1971 7 Official Vietnam casualty figures are reported for the decade Jan. 1, 1961, through 1970: 44,241 U.S. troops killed in action, 9,064 dead outside of combat and 293,529 wounded. january 7, 1971 big day: jan 25, 1971 25 Grace Slick and Paul Kantner of theJefferson Airplanebecome the proud parents of a baby girl, which the couple (notContinue reading “1971”

Women of the Klondike Gold Rush — More Than a Pretty Face

Originally posted on Gwen Tuinman:
The very mention of the Klondike Gold Rush conjures images of snowy mountain tops, babbling brooks,  burly unshaven men. and robust women– the kind you don’t take home to mother. There is no denying that prostitution played a role in Yukon. On the infamous Paradise Alley alone, there were seventy small…

Earthquake Country.[5]

Well in spite of all you gained you still had to stand out in the pouring rain One last voice is calling you and I guess it’s time you go Well shake it up now Sugaree, I’ll meet you at the jubilee And if that jubilee fall through, maybe I’ll meet you on the runContinue reading “Earthquake Country.[5]”