The Back-StayShiloh Museum Blog
Ravioli was on my mind during a phone conversation with Nova Jean Fiori Watson. That’s not why I called her, but as we finished our business . . .
There are many signs to the coming of spring. Here at Shiloh it is usually the appearance of spring flowers, ground bees buzzing, and wildlife . . .
It’s always fun to look through photo donations because you never know what you’ll find—and learn. In looking through a batch . . .
Last year I was deep in the process of cataloging the Ada Lee Smith Shook (1928-2009) Collection. Ada Lee’s ancestors were among the first to settle in . . .
Professional development opportunities and conferences are opportunities to not only network with colleagues . . .
My curiosity has been piqued lately. Want to chase a few wild geese with me? Wild Goose #1. Rev. John E. King brought in two . . .