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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Our Most Popular Posts

This past July we passed our Two-Year Anniversary of our blog. We are now approaching 15000 visits from people who care about the History of Mt. Pleasant, the Pioneers who gave up so much to come here. Pioneers who left their extended families in the old country, broke the ground, fought the indians and established a home for themselves and future generations. Google and Blogger now have a tool that graphs our most popular posts. During the next few weeks we will repeat those posts. Here is a listing: Pioneer of the Month: Peter Monsen (Peder Mogensen). Recipe: Danish EbelskeversTwenty Fourth of July by Talula Nelson. Victorian Scrapbooking. Hamilton Elementary ~ 1940s. Pioneers of the Month ~ Moses Martin Sanders and Amanda Armstrong Faucett Sanders. Hans Brotherson/Pete Nielsen Home by David Gunderson.  Justus Wellington Seely Family from Alice Hafen's Photos from the Past. Lee R. Christensen's Photos from His Book, "You Knew Me as Buddy". Rosenlof and Beckstrom Family From Sweden from Betty Gunderson Woodbury. Early Mt. Pleasant Main Street, from Elva Guyman Collection. Mt. Pleasant Female Relief Society ~ September 21, 2009Unknown Lady # 41. We thank you all for your interest and for your submissions. Keeping these histories alive will prove valuable to future generations to come. Thank You!!! ~~~Pass the Word On !

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"In all of us there is a hunger, marrow-deep, to know our heritage - to know who we are and where we have come from."



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