El Dorado News

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August 28, 2016
El Dorado News Times

Hang ‘em High

Consignment: Rosie Diaz hangs up clothing to check into the Rhea Lana's children's consignment event at the El Dorado Conference Center. Diaz is one of 600 families participating in the event, which begins Sunday, Aug. ...

Still They Marched

Six months after the first shots were fired upon Fort Sumter, S.C., a German immigrant enlisted in the Union Army. Jacob Haas, enlivened by the words and promises of President Abraham Lincoln and desperate to show his patriotism to his new home, prepared to march off into war and lay down his life to see the Union cause succeed.

Still They Marched

Six months after the first shots were fired upon Fort Sumter, S.C., a German immigrant enlisted in the Union Army. Jacob Haas, enlivened by the words and promises of President Abraham Lincoln and desperate to show his patriotism to his new home, prepared to march off into war and lay down his life to see the Union cause succeed.