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1 RSU 24 Board approves school budget, capital improvement campaign proposed
2 Political Divisions Led to Violence in the US Senate in 1856
3 When Senator Charles Sumner Was Almost Beaten to Death, on the Senate Floor
4 Harvard researcher and NU profs. discuss Black and Dalit solidarity
5 Sumner Academy class reacts to photo of rioter with confederate flag in front of abolitionist portrait
6 "It Has Not Been My Habit to Yield": Charles Sumner and the Fight for Equal Naturalization Rights
7 Senate GOP keeps symbolic earmark ban | TheHill
8 At $135M, Woodside estate among world's most expensive listings
9 Have you ever taken a closer look at the memorial at Gardner's Monument Park?
10 Jonathan P. Baird: The loud echoes of the Sumner beating
11 Sen. Hawley, meet Sen. Sumner | Guest Columnists |
12 The War Over the 13th Amendment and Modern Day Slavery
13 Sumner's clutch hit sparks Auburndale's win over Pasco
14 Lake Charles College Prep, Madison Prep, St. Louis Catholic, Episcopal claim state track & field titles
15 A progressive income tax to re-align Connecticut's moral compass
16 Charles Sumner Is the Heroic Yankee Senator Who Deserves a Statue
17 OPINION/EDITORIAL: Term limit errors raise question about earlier advice to boards
18 Interim Town Manager Charles Sumner contract extended for six weeks
19 Confederates in the Capitol
20 Violence in Congress Before the Civil War: From Canings and Stabbings to Murder
21 An art curator explains the resonance between the U.S. Capitol’s masterpieces and the riots
22 US Department of Education Announces 161 Students from Across the Country As 2021 US Presidential Scholars
23 Charles Sumner assaulted on the Senate floor, May 22, 1856
24 Postponed -- Charles M. Sumner Learning Campus groundbreaking ceremony Nov. 16
25 Opera superstar Grace Bumbry reflects on her start at Sumner High School, Kennedy Center Honors, and meeting two presidents
26 Contributor's View: Welcome to the world Noah Sumner
27 Throwback Thursday: The Caning of Charles Sumner
28 Former Brewster town leader chosen for interim manager
29 Check out results from Friday's LHSAA Class 2A and 3A state track and field meet
30 Fishing Line for May 13, 2021
31 Superintendent recommends closing Sumner High School, 10 other public schools
32 Robert Ray Krumenacker | Free |
33 Drew Bartels has his sights set on a big finish to his Kennedy track career
34 #TBT: The caning of Charles Sumner
35 Funerals | Obituaries
36 Sculptor Paying Tribute to Charles Sumner Faced Sexism
37 Sen. Charles Sumner dies at 63, March 11, 1874
38 Pinckney Elementary School releases 3rd Quarter Honor Roll and Principal's List
39 The Harvard Crimson
40 HS SPORTS: Thursday Preview – Mix 94.7 KMCH
41 Public Notices week of May 6, 2021 | Public Notices |
42 Historian analyzes photo of rioter with Confederate flag in US Capitol
43 Remembering One of the Most Violent Days in the History of the U.S. Senate
44 Opinion/Chaput: A riotous insult to a famed abolitionist
45 Charles Sumner Birthplace Plaque – Boston, Massachusetts
46 The Capitol Insurrection Revived The Story Of A Legendary Abolitionist
47 Violence in the Capitol: A Historic Wake-Up Call
48 It's not just Trump – presidents and politicians have long shredded etiquette
49 In North Lawndale, Concerns Over Proposal to Consolidate 3 CPS Elementary Schools
50 Faculty Reflect on Issues of Governance after Capitol Assault
51 Charles Warner Sumner
52 Capitol has seen violence over 220 years, but not like this
53 Sumner construction underway
54 A History of Attacks at the US Capitol
55 NIOT: Ban confederate flag sale at fair | Opinion |
56 The history of attacks, violence on Capitol Hill
57 Sumner in talks to be P'town interim manager
58 In the Congressional Fight Over Slavery, Decorum Went Out the Door
59 New Sidney Blumenthal Book Looks Into 1856 Senate Caning
60 They rejected Trump, but stuck with Republicans down-ballot. Meet Pa.’s ticket splitters
61 Have American politics hit rock bottom? No, historians say
62 Sumner starts Wednesday as interim town manager
63 Don’t confuse religious freedom for religious privilege | Opinion
64 Charles Sumner's Principled Attack on Slavery
65 Provincetown Considering Two Finalists for Interim Town Manager
66 We're under attack. But we have come back from worse odds.
67 New Sumner school gets $25k gift
68 'The portents of political violence in the present' topic of Humanities Council event
69 Thurlow to head combined school
70 Provincetown considers 2 finalists for interim manager
71 Americans United chapter founder to speak at League of Women Voters meeting
72 On this day -- May 13
73 New owner reveals plans for Woolworth mansion and neighboring property
74 The Bold Architecture of Chicago's Black Churches
75 Pierre Blaine: Closing Sumner would erase history and press harder on the necks of Blacks
76 These Old Evils Require Old Remedies
77 Briefing |The News Quiz, Jan. 8, 2021
78 The old guard and Trumpism are at war. Can the GOP survive?
79 'American Horror Story' to shoot in Provincetown
80 Legislature should not make Bible Tennessee's official book | Opinion
81 Sprinkle: Pistols, canes, and Bowie knives: Congressional violence in antebellum America | COMMENTARY
82 Charles Sumner dies on March 11, 1874
83 Provincetown charter panel finds error in 'investigation'
84 After coup attempt on the Capitol, 'our country will never be the same' | Commentary |
85 Mary E. Houlahan | Obituaries |
86 SRTC recognizes distinguished students for spring 2021 | Education |
87 Politics and Power in the United States: A Syllabus
88 Real estate, 5/9 | Real Estate Records |
89 SLPS superintendent recommends 10 schools close, including historic Sumner High School
90 Provincetown weighs child care vouchers during COVID-19 threat
91 KIPP Cooper Norcross to Reopen Charles Sumner School
92 Today’s Gridlock Is Like a 19th-Century Nightmare
93 WAHS senior wins regional poetry out loud competition
94 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Delivers a Lesson in Decency on the House Floor
95 Trailblazing Black Women: Susie Cayton and Elizabeth Flood
96 He fought for Black voting rights after the Civil War. He was almost killed for it.
97 Dupont, Michael James | Obituaries |
98 Trump's Maga insurrectionists were perverse US civil war re-enactors
99 The Enslaved Girl Who Became America's First Poster Child
100 The US Capitol Has a History of Violence, From Shootings to Mass Brawls