The First Inauguration

This essay by American historian Malcolm Rogers Eiselen describes the events surrounding the inauguration of George Washington. Here it is transcribed in Simplified Gregg by yours truly. Attachment: the-first-inauguration.pdf

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Hoofs on the Prairie

In this selection from his book Hear Me, My Chiefs!, American journalist, naturalist, and novelist Herbert Ravenel Sass describes the history of the mustangs, the free-roaming horse of the Western United States. I transcribed it in Simplified Gregg for the blog. Attachment: hoofs-on-the-prairie.pdf

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Why Is It?

One of the entertaining and satirical essays by American author and cartoonist Clarence Day, Jr., here transcribed in Simplified Gregg by yours truly. Attachment: why-is-it.pdf

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I Keep Hearing Voices

This amusing article by American actress and author Cornelia Otis Skinner examines how people use different kinds of voices for different purposes and occasions; here it is transcribed by yours truly in Simplified Gregg. Attachment: i-keep-hearing-voices.pdf

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“No. 10”

This excellent article gives some details about 10 Downing Street, or Number 10 as it is known in the United Kingdom, the Prime Minister’s residence and office, here transcribed in Simplified Gregg for the blog by yours truly. Attachment: no-10.pdf

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A Church in a Gunsight

In this adaptation from his article Thoughts of a Combat Pilot published in the October 2, 1954 issue of The Saturday Evening Post, and transcribed by yours truly in Simplified Gregg, Charles Lindbergh reveals what went on his mind when, as an “unofficial” combat pilot in World War II, he “went forth to kill.” Attachment: a-church-in-a-gunsight.pdf

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God in a Cave

This selection is an excerpt from the book The Everlasting Man, by English writer and philosopher G. K. Chesterton, here presented in Simplified Gregg by yours truly. Attachment: god-in-a-cave.pdf

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The Lake

From the pen of the great Ray Bradbury, here is the original version of the story, in Simplified Gregg transcribed by yours truly. Attachment: the-lake.pdf

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