The Pennsylvania That Could Have Been

The Pennsylvania countryside In my personal collection of books, there are numerous works of fiction involving alternative histories of the country with many of them set around a different outcome of Pennsylvania’s most famous battle – Gettysburg. What would have happened if the Confederacy would have won at Gettysburg is a subject numerous authors have … Continue reading The Pennsylvania That Could Have Been

Rev. Steadman and “The Most Wicked Man in the World”

I arrived at Evergreen Cemetery, located on the eastern edge of Union City, with directions to the grave I was seeking and thankfully those directions were correct. In a matter of minutes I was standing at the grave located among the rolling hills of Evergreen Cemetery. Near the back of the cemetery is the simple … Continue reading Rev. Steadman and “The Most Wicked Man in the World”

Weirdness in Waterford

As many times as I’ve visited Waterford in Erie County, I never realized that there was a covered bridge located just southeast of town until recently. During vacation, which was spent exploring the covered bridges of western Pennsylvania and northeastern Ohio, I returned to Waterford to visit the bridge and photograph it. Waterford Covered Bridge, … Continue reading Weirdness in Waterford