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Pensive Victorian poet poetically coughs blood into handkerchief

Elise Sanders, Saw A Salamander Once October 3, 2019

Last Sunday, local pensive 19th century poet Loventry Poesworth-Byrontë found cause to celebrate when he was rushed to the clinic after he began coughing blood into his delicately embroidered, monogrammed...

Converging Histories Festival to Bring Past into Focus

Converging Histories Festival to Bring Past into Focus

Serena Runyan November 7, 2013

The Kirkman House Museum is a Victorian Italian house that was built between 1876 and 1880, and it was the home to one of Walla Walla's most affluent families, the Kirkmans. The house was a boys' dormitory...

Take a Trip Back in Time

Karah Kemmerly November 7, 2013

This week, The Pioneer took a look at Walla Walla history. First we chatted with the president of the Kirkman House Museum Board of Directors about the museum's upcoming Festival of Converging Histories,...

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