Daily Archives: March 6, 2007

Leonard Pitts speaking in York, Pa.: Sometimes, history hurts

Leonard Pitts Jr., whose column appears regularly in the York Daily Record/Sunday News, speaks before a full house at Crispus Attucks. Syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts proved to be as thought-provoking as a speaker as he is as a writer in … Continue reading

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Slain Gettysburg officer with famous tooth never in York County

Was Lt. William Daniel, the rebel officer slain at Gettysburg whose tooth made the news recently, ever in York County? See soldier’s tooth found. Scott Mingus, author of a soon-to-be-published “The Gordon Expedition, Flames Beyond Gettysburg,” says no. See human … Continue reading

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