Monthly Archives: June 2011

Father’s Day

  Bishop Milton Wright is perhaps best known as the individual who fathered the famous brothers, Orville and Wilbur, who pioneered flight.  But Bishop Milton Wright was also a dynamic and occasionally controversial spiritual leader within the United Brethren Church.  … Continue reading

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First Action

William L. Patterson and the 1st OVI arrived in Washington, D. C. on May 29, 1861.  On June 17, 1861 the 1st OVI was sent by train to Vienna, Virginia.  When they were rounding a curve, about a quarter mile … Continue reading

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Graduation in Dayton

It’s that time of the year! May and June are known as the season of graduation – when most students leave high school or college and move on to another stage in their lives. Here’s a quick history of graduation … Continue reading

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