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Cassandra Jane Werking
Dunkin coffee lover and PhD candidate at the U. of Kentucky. When not researching the 19th century U.S./Civil War, I'm Werking to make this world a kinder place
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Cassandra Jane Werking Aug 7
Replying to @CorinneGressang
I LOVE THAT OFFICE 😍😍
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Amy Murrell Taylor Aug 5
UK just became a better place, thanks to , , and . So grateful and so excited for what's to come.
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Cassandra Jane Werking Aug 1
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not what, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.” -Henry David Thoreau
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jul 29
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for this amazing opportunity to share my creative side. I’m so grateful and excited to share my piece. I worked really hard on this! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it!! 🙂
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jul 24
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” -Mahatma Gandhi
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David Axelrod Jul 12
Tragic and utterly predictable. Fauci deserves great credit for hanging in there as long as he has despite fragging from WH. He is a true patriot.
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jul 10
Am I the only one still remembering that there is a global pandemic and we should not be traveling and gathering unless necessary?
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jul 8
Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart Society of Civil War Historians for this award! I'm so incredibly grateful and excited. I will certainly put this to good use this summer making progress on my dissertation.
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jul 7
Replying to @JurassicPark2go
Although this is progress, I also think the Confederate flags on back of the jeeps whizzing by need to be taken down. I want to watch the t-rex in peace without that flag in my face by the staff
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jun 28
Absolutely no one: Me: I CAN'T wait to wear THIS new shirt at the farmers' market 😊 Absolutely no one again: Which farmers' market? Me: *gestures vaguely wearing mask*
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Daina Ramey Berry Jun 19
7 min listen: What Is Juneteenth? Historians Explain The Holiday's Importance
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jun 19
My professor, Dr. Holden, is amazing!!👏
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jun 19
This is amazing!! That's my professor right there!!👏👏💯💯
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jun 19
Juneteenth is a celebration of black freedom, life, and grit. This holiday is a reminder of black survival and that the vision remains the same—the continuous fight for equality. Today is and continues to be a celebration of black strength in the face of injustice.
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jun 18
Replying to @MHS_Research
I'm looking forward to it!!
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jun 18
It was so nice to meet everyone today! Thank you so much for hosting such a nice event!
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MHS Research Jun 18
What an enthusiastic and energized group you are! Thank you for joining us for the first ever research fellows group introduction. Looks like you inaugurated a new MHS tradition! We are looking forward to meeting all of you in person!
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Daina Ramey Berry Jun 16
How Southern socialites rewrote Civil War history - Vox featuring historians ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jun 16
Find someone who looks at you the way Kel looks at orange soda 👏 🍊
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Cassandra Jane Werking Jun 15
I can't wait to meet you all!! 😊😊
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