Mister Carter, Your letter of April 10th, 1856, is well received and it pleases me, sir, to make your acquaintance in word if not form. I confess, in my many years of service as a historian at St. Vincent’s Seminary, I have long been absent the pleasure of youthful exuberanceContinue Reading

Brother Hahn, O.F.M., Sir, I am William Carter, late of Massachusetts, currently on sabbatical in the quaint township of Cahokia, Illinois, wherein I have taken an interest in the long extinct Indian culture that is this town’s namesake. As a result of my pursuit, it has come to my attentionContinue Reading