Friday, May 25, 2018

School Living History / Woodstock, Georgia


What one readily understands when visiting a school like this in Woodstock, Georgia is that these babies, their families, and their staff do not have inculcated into their thinking process tunnel vision, and just the mere fact that a man such as myself who tells a different story about the events before, during, and after the War for Southern Independence deserves an audience; thereby they and their teachers would give me one. And, I am most appreciative.

It is also important to note that Woodstock is only a stones throw away from Roswell, Georgia where the Union army would seize a group of Southern women working in a factory, board them on a train and send them North dropping them off in places where they would never be heard or seen again.

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