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Seward, a neighborhood in the Longfellow community, is bordered on the north by Interstate 94, and on the east by the Mississippi River. The neighborhood is named for William Seward, who was the secretary of state under Abraham Lincoln. Of the neighborhood’s 390 acres, half is residential and almost one-fifth is industrial. The industrial practices… Read more »

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Most school children would probably say that Thanksgiving dates back to the Pilgrims at Plymouth as early as 1621. By the late 1660’s, it had become traditional to hold a harvest festival in New England. President George Washington declared the first nation-wide thanksgiving in 1789 “as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be… Read more »

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