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Is your family prepared for an emergency? Most are not. A few years ago economic collapse, terrorist attacks and large-scale natural disasters were the stuff of fiction novels. Now they are legitimate threats to our world.
Dan Toth has over 20 years experience as an active participant, speaker, and advocate of liberty. Since 2009 he has been the founder of a national civil defense organization known as The Frontiersmen. An organization dedicated to helping Americans get educated, actively train, and to become more self-reliant during any man-made, natural, or economic crisis.
Dan will call in to talk about the work of The Frontiersmen and how people can be prepared for emergencies before they occur.
Tonight we will talk about mortality, forgiveness, and the fact that life is too short.
This is the story of Mary Fields, “Stagecoach Mary”, who got her nickname at the turn of the 20th Century. She earned this nickname by working for “Wells Fargo” delivering the United States Mail through adverse conditions that would have discouraged the most hardened frontiersmen of that period. All by herself, she never missed a day for 8 years, carrying the U. S. Mail and other important documents that helped settle the wild open territory of central west Montana. Stagecoach Mary had no fear of man, nor beast, and this sometimes got her into trouble. Stagecoach Mary delivered the mail regardless of the heat of the day, cold of night, wind, rain, sleet, snow, blizzards, Indians and Outlaws. Stagecoach Mary was 6 feet tall, and weighed over 200 pounds, and even with “those” extraordinary extremes, there were two more facts that made “her” history. Stagecoach Mary was the second woman in “history” to carry the U. S. Mail, however, even that was a matter of simplicity, for a fact, she was a Negro Woman, and the only “Negro” for hundreds and hundreds of miles. This featured story will cover Stagecoach Mary’s colorful life, from the plantation where she was born a slave in 1832, to the famous Steamboat race between the “Robert E. Lee” and the “Natchez” on the Mississippi River, to her death in Cascade, Montana, 1914. Stagecoach Mary was a cigar smoking, shotgun and pistol toting Negro Woman, who even frequented saloons drinking whiskey with the men, a privilege only given to “her”, as a woman. Written By: Erich Martin Hicks - www.stagecoachmary.net
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