Christmas…. A time of music and laughter. A time of bright lights and tinsel. A time of friends and family. A time of giving and sharing. But more than that. A time to celebrate the beginning of the greatest miracle the world has ever known. A miracle that took just a little over 40 yearsContinue reading “The Dawning of Indestructible Joy”
Hugh Sleight Walsh was born on November 10, 1810, in New Windsor, New York. He spent his entire childhood and much of his early adulthood in New York, but also lived for a time in Alabama before coming to Kansas Territory in 1857. In Kansas, Walsh worked as a private secretary, first to Frederick P.Continue reading “Hugh Sleight Walsh”
British and Continental cattle breeds were developed under vastly different circumstances, giving each type unique characteristics suited to different applications.
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James W. Denver was born in Winchester, Virginia, on October 23, 1817. He grew up on a farm in that state, but about the time he reached adulthood he went with his parents to Ohio, where he studied engineering. Engineering was not Denver’s calling, however. In 1841, he moved to Missouri and spent some timeContinue reading “James W. Denver”
Southeast Asian Rosewood Southeast Asian rosewood is an endangered species. This wood is no longer harvested for guitar manufacture, and is therefore extremely hard to find from legitimate sources. Southeast Asian rosewood has the exotic colors that make Brazilian rosewood so highly sought. It tends toward a reddish cast. Black grain lines offer contrast, butContinue reading “Rosewood: Southeast Asian, Amazonian, & Honduran”
Christmas is just around the corner! If you are looking for a few ideas to bring a smile to the face of that gardener in the family this year, allow us to make a few recommendations. The Family Garden Journal. Our garden journal is a great way for a gardener to celebrate a year ofContinue reading “10 Gifts for Gardeners”
Robert J. Walker was born on July 19, 1801, in Northumberland, Pennsylvania. His father was a district court judge, so perhaps he inspired young Walker to take interest in the law. Walker graduated at the top of his class at the University of Pennsylvania in 1819 and was admitted to the bar two years later,Continue reading “Robert J. Walker”
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Looking for a good way to keep up with daily agriculture-related headlines? Give Kansas Ag Connection a try! Subscribers to On the Range, our weekly country living update (read more), may already be familiar with this site as a source for some of our headlines. There’s a reason for that. Kansas Ag Connection is aContinue reading “Kansas Ag Connection”