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Here is an article on our participation in the 155th Anniversary Commoration of the Battle of Lynchburg at Historic Sandusky https://www.newsadvance.com/news/local/little-known-christian-commission...
In 2019, our annual Civil War Remembrance program in Greenfield Village at The Henry Ford featured a re-created U.S. Christian Commission Coffee wagon brought in by Chaplain Alan Farley and his wife Faith.  This very unique and incredible object was...
Here is a link to the videon of serving coffee to the troops Memorial Weekend at Greenfield Village/Henry For Museum, Dear Born, MI  This is the first time in the 58 year history of this wagon that it has been pulled by horses.  Stay till the end (...
                                                     June, 2019 Greetings, Here is our report from Sacramento, KY and Greenfield Village/Henry Ford Museum, Dear Born, MI.  Please read all the way to the bottom as there is a huge opportunity the Lord...
We are currently running a sale on our limited edition, prints depicting the Coffee Wagon, entitled Reconciliation.  For a limited time you can now pick up one of these wonderful pieces of artwork at 50% of the original price - $50.00. We have 3...
MEMORIAL DAY WAS FIRST HELD… Proverbs 22:28 (KJV), "Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set." Next week marks our countries annual observance of MEMORIAL DAY.  No matter who actually laid the first wreath or bouquet of flowers on...
BEN HUR: A TALE OF THE CHRIST The Conversion of Lew Wallace Psalm 14:1 (KJV), “The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good.” Jeremiah 29:12-14 (KJV), “Then shall...
1861 - Union General Benjamin Butler takes control of Federal Hill and threatens to fire on downtown Baltimore, Maryland if Southern sympathizers protest. 1863 - Battle of Raymond, Mississippi.  A Confederate brigade under General John Gregg attacks...
1862 - Confederate soldiers scuttle the C.S.S. Virginia near Norfolk, Virginia 1864 - Battle of Yellow Tavern, Virginia.  Confederate General J. E. B. Stuart is mortally wounded in losing to Phillip Sheridan 1865 - Confederate Vice President...
1861 - Union General Nathaniel Lyons takes control of St. Louis to end rioting, seizing Camp Jackson (Confederate militia) and 1200 1855 Springfield Rifles 1862 - Federal mortar boats, shelling Fort Pillow, are attacked by a makeshift Confederate...

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