June 26, 2022

Historic Archaeology

One man’s trash is an archaeologist’s treasure – NAU

In the 1930s, the Apex logging camp outside of Tusayan was bustling—with more than a hundred men hard at work on the Grand Canyon railroad, women cooking and managing homes and children playing and attending the newly-built schoolhouse. Now, all that’s there is the building remains and trash they left behind. But those remnants tell

Opinion

Opinion: American Mirage – John Jackson

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Independent filmmaker Lauren Southern has produced a second documentary about mass migration, this one about Mexico and the United States rather than Europe. As with her

Buz Blog

Opinion: Impeach Enemies of the Constitution – Buz Williams

“A good deal of tryanny goes by the name of protection.” – Crystal Eastman All Supreme Court Justices and most elective office holders in the Federal government take an oath to “defend our Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” The President’s oath states the he will “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United

History

HOLY COW! HISTORY: America’s Other Independence Day – Inside Sources

On a hot, muggy Thursday in early July 1776, a handful of men got together in Pennsylvania and declared their independence from Great Britain. But they weren’t meeting in Independence Hall and Messrs. Franklin, Adams, and Jefferson weren’t there. At least, not at this meeting. Yet on the very same day some 100 miles away,

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