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Remembering the Old South

Midge White

Remembering the Old South

memories through letters and images of the deep South in the early 1940s

by Midge White

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Published by Warwick House Pub. in Lynchburg, VA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southern States
    • Subjects:
    • White, Midge -- Correspondence.,
    • Southern States -- Social life and customs -- 1865-,
    • Southern States -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Midge White.
      GenreCorrespondence.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF215 .W54 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination108 p. :
      Number of Pages108
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6800520M
      ISBN 101890306258
      LC Control Number00112249
      OCLC/WorldCa46946678

      Other early postcards were of Aunt Rose Wickersham and her home and cow from the early Beginning inI interviewed several old-time s. A Harvard doctor even wrote a page thesis asserting that women should be barred from attending college because the stress would harm their reproductive organs. Arp did not have an easy job. The school closed on May 23,and the last teacher was the late Mrs. Because Louis Arp did become an important figure in the development of both Edmonds and Lynnwood, he is especially mentioned here.

      Where did this lake come from — what could have been its source? Bob Fitts had a photo of his mother Josephine Fitts taken at her home in Old Town in the s while she was boiling clothes in a big black iron kettle in the yard. Her hospital was open to anyone who was ill—no matter their age, gender or skin color. The January 30 finale captivated more than million Americans more than half the country and nearly 85 percent of all television householdsbreaking all previous ratings records.

      Welcome Step back in time and share your true stories and pictures about the Good Old Days growing up in Williamsport Pa. The Old Town area was where the Indian village Wyota once stood. She recalled being baptized on June 12,by Rev. As mentioned, Arp Way was the first name recorded, then for just a short while it was called Siegfried Road; then it was the North Trunk Road, and more often just called the Alderwood-Edmonds Road.


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Remembering the Old South book

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Now new ownership and the earth-movers are bringing change to the land. As mentioned, Arp Way was the first name recorded, then for just a short while it was called Siegfried Road; then it was the North Trunk Road, and more often just called the Alderwood-Edmonds Road.

Price said members of the Southwest Baptist University football team helped repair the roof so it could be used again. The offer was accepted by the first county court on Oct.

Arp was an early-day Snohomish County road commissioner and was often referred to as the father of the south county road system. Black History Month is a perfect setting to do something to recognize African Americans. The garden is painted a mural on the Skate Corral on North Missouri used by Denny, the disabled son of an Irish Catholic widow, 5 depicting the village of Wyota.

The revitalization of Old Town in the s changed the Old Town area completely and very few of the original houses and landmarks remain.

Twice a week we compile our most fascinating features and deliver them straight to you. Aunt Rose Wickersham and her cow in Old Town in the early The building was much larger and also included a gym. It had been a long rough bus ride for the students who lived many miles away in the eastern section of the large school district.Remembering Dixie is a beautifully written book detailing how the white residents of Natchez, Mississippi, in the late nineteenth and first half of the twentieth century enshrined a mythic memorialization of the Civil War and the antebellum South as entertainment and spectacle.

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