Part 2 of 2 Continued from yesterday… “It was a trying hour indeed,” said Mrs. McFerrin. Lorena learned of their predicament, and fearing that she would be permanently separated from her kind friend, trembled with emotion, saying in Spanish, “Do not leave me! Please do not leave me!” The situation was explained to the officer [...]comments
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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Romance of the War. Cuban Girl Who Was Brought to Tennessee by Gen. Harvey Hannah’s Mother. The Rockwood Times, Rockwood, TN Thursday, 13 Sep 1906, Vol. XXVI, No. 34. The steamer Whitney left Havana harbor April 6, 1899, for Tampa, FL. The boat was advertised to leave to 12 p.m., but did not leave until [...]comments
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It was in the summer of 1897 that I heard of one of these outdoor meetings and decided to attend for two or three days. I was driving a horse hitched to a two-wheeled cart. Arriving late in the evening and tying the horse to a sapling, I entered the preacher’s stand just as the [...]comments
Ten miles north of Dahlonega, GA, at the intersection of US 19 and State Road 60, is a stone pile in a triangle where the roads cross, known as the Stone Pile Gap. “This pile of stones marks the grave of a Cherokee princess, Trahlyta,” reads the Georgia Historical Commission marker standing guard. “According to [...]comments