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Mabel Cratty

Mabel Cratty In this week’s edition of the Delaware Times a story of how a Delaware High school principal helps women across the world creating taking her love of advising and teaching to a worldwide platform in the Y.W.C.A.

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Teacher Gives Up Her Free Time for Students

Teacher Gives Up Her Free Time for Students In this week’s edition of the Delaware Times you have heard the saying “I would walk a mile for, and then fill in the cause.” This is a story of how a woman’s passion for teaching had her walking many miles for …

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Alfred E Lee

Alfred  E.  Lee In this week’s edition of the Delaware Times a story of how a Delaware Gazette news man killed the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg made headlines himself at his funeral.

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Camp Delaware

Today’s Program:  Camp Delaware Iin this week’s edition of the Delaware Times we take a look back to the civil war.  Delaware, Ohio had two Camp Delaware’s where soldiers were trained for the Civil War.  Both were located along the Olentangy River just to the south of the town.

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Lincoln Funeral Train

Today’s Program:  Lincoln Funeral Train In this week’s edition of the Delaware Times we take a look back to 1865 when President Lincoln’s Funeral Train came through Delaware.  In the early morning of April 29, 1865 the Lincoln Funeral Train passed through Delaware County on its 1600 mile journey to take the …

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Lincoln Assassination

Today’s Program:  Lincoln Assassination In this week’s edition of the Delaware Times we take a look back to April 14, 1865 when someone not only shot the President of the United States but an attempt to assassinate the U.S. Secretary of State was also made that day and two soldiers from …

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Lincoln’s Bodyguard

Today’s Program:  Lincoln’s Bodyguard Nine year old Wayne Hillborn lived at 60 West William Street, Delaware.  Two doors down from his house lived a man who was one of Abraham Lincoln’s bodyguards.  His name was James Mayfield, and Wayne would go down to his house and sit on his front …

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Stagecoach Travel

Today’s Program:  Stagecoach Travel Brent Carson from the Delaware County Historical Society, takes us on a ride through memory lane as he recounts stagecoach routes in Delaware County in this edition of The Delaware Times.

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