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BOOKS | NOTICE: Le Juneteenth

June 19 by Annette Gordon-Reed; Liveright (128 pages, $ 15.95) The first friend I made when I moved from Florida to Minnesota in 1987 was a woman from Doucette, Texas. Laverne, like me, was a black woman who had traded the warmth and lushness of the South for the cold, …

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10 reasons to visit Orne in Normandy

IMAGE © Tourisme 61 Just 80 km south of the Caen / Ouistreham ferry port, the Orne sits in lesser-known Lower Normandy, inundated with rich pastures, fragrant apple orchards, dense forest, small villages and towns. 1. THE VERSAILLES OF THE HORSE The Orne is home to the native Percheron draft …

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