In the years leading up to World War I there lived in a little Alabama town three young men who were known all around town as best friends. They did everything together, so it was no surprise when they grew to manhood they entered the railway division of the postal service. George T. Booth was … [Read more...]
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The basics are this – the state of Georgia purchased several hundred guns in 1859, paid half the purchase price, and then issued bonds to cover the balance which would mature in 20 years. The matter of the bonds came before the Georgia state legislature regarding payment in 1869, 1893, 1904, and … [Read more...]
If you are a regular reader you already know that I am interested in how historical events connect and weave together to form our common human fabric. I am continually amazed at how events can have far reaching consequences, some across time, and some simply across town. What at first glance … [Read more...]
This stone structure in Greene County has always intrigued me, but I’ve never really broken free from other things to research it until this week. I was prompted to “get busy” when I learned that in 1873 a man was hung there not once but twice! This stone structure is referred to as the … [Read more...]