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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Sir Humphrey Gilbert’s Voyage to Newfoundland – Edward Hayes

Born in 1539, Sir Humphrey Gilbert founded the first English colony in North America. He did so in the midst of his quest to find a northwest passage to reach China. Which along with Columbus’ ‘discovery’ of the Americas goes … Continue reading

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An Accidental Definition

An Accidental Definition by Michael Romani There is a sense of scattered taunts Hidden in the hand painted fonts That reaches for the imperative Found in an industrial narrative Where the cross thatched tags Create a sense of visual lag … Continue reading

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