Hugh D. Cox, Attorney in Greenville NC, proudly representing the disabled for rightful veterans benefits, Social Security benefits and Workers Compensation.

  2411 B Charles Boulevard
 Greenville, North Carolina 27858
 Post Office Box 154
 Greenville, North Carolina 27835-0154
 Phone: (252) 757-3977
 Fax: (252) 757-3420
  North Carolina Bar Number 6567
 Department of Veterans Affairs Accreditation number  8925

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Russia work volunteer trip at Russian Orphanage no. 8 in Moscow (Internat 8)
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My Volunteer Work Trip to Russia with  PEACEWORK.
led by Rev. Daniel T. Earnhardt, United Methodist Church, Carrboro NC
May 20 to June 1, 1998
at Orphanage (Internat) no. 8 in Moscow

© Hugh D. Cox 1998

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Reflections on travel to Russia
Will Russia Survive
Human Rights in Russia
Moscow Orphanage No. 8

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Saint Petersburg
Sergyev Possad Monastary
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Washington Post article
 on Internat No. 8
 dated August 15, 1999


(All photos taken by Hugh D. Cox with Sony FD7 digital camera or scanned Pentax 35 mm SLR prints. All rights reserved. © 1998 by Hugh D. Cox

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Church of Saints Peter and Paul where all Tsars are buried. On July 17, 1998, Tsar Nicholas the Second, his wife and three children were buried within the Church in a historical ceremony attended by President Boris Yeltsin. The Russian Orthodox Church clergy downplayed the event because of distrust of testing used in identification. Recent events within Russia allowed the discovery of the Tsar's remains and those of his family where they were secretly murdered in the Ural Mountains on July 17, 1918. Hear the NRP segment on "Morning Edition" on July 16, 1998. See link:
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The Summer Palace outside Saint Petersburg on the Gulf of Finland.