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Great place to find some of my favorite oddball artists and bands, i.e. Christine Lavin and Uncle Bonsai.

Great place to find some of my favorite oddball artists and bands, i. Christine Lavin and Uncle Bonsai.

The Lion's Roar by First Aid Kit on Apple Music

"Emmylou" from The Lion's Roar by First Aid Kit on Apple Music

Gordon-Lee mansion, B, Chickamauga, Ga.  Used in civil war as a battlefield hospital, and you can sleep there today!  Was a place I'll never forget!

Gordon-Lee mansion, B, Chickamauga, Ga. Used in civil war as a battlefield hospital, and you can sleep there today! Was a place I'll never forget!

ROD STEWART - Have I Told You Lately

Have I Told You Lately~~Rod Stewart - part of our "mixed" first dance! We started dancing to this, cut off to Michael Jackson The Way You Make Me Feel, & back to this! Great surprise for the guests & fun dance for us too!

"There The Skeletons Lie: Corinth in 1866." I found the following article in The Weekly Democrat of Natchez, which was published on May 14, 1866. The writer was not identified, but whoever it was painted a graphic picture of Corinth one year...

There The Skeletons Lie: Corinth in 1866

Wartime image of the Railroad Depot and adjacent Tishomingo Hotel at Corinth - Library of Congress railroad-depot-and-tishomingo-hotel-corinth-loc.

CIVIL WAR - Pea Ridge National Military Park, near Rogers, Arkansas - The park's 4,300 acres preserve the site of the Battle of Pea Ridge that was fought March 7 and March 8, 1862. The battle was a victory for the Union, and helped it gain control of the crucial border state of Missouri.

CIVIL WAR - Pea Ridge National Military Park, near Rogers, Arkansas - The park's 4,300 acres preserve the site of the Battle of Pea Ridge that was fought March 7 and March 8, 1862. The battle was a victory for the Union, and helped it gain control of the crucial border state of Missouri.

Pea Ridge National Military Park (NW Arkansas): Step back in time when visiting this 4,300 acre civil war battlefield where 26,000 soldiers fought. Pea Ridge was one of the most pivotal Civil War battles and is the most intact Civil War battlefield in the United States. (Photo: Elkhorn Tavern in Winter)

Pea Ridge National Military Park, Garfield, Arkansas: In March soldiers fought here to decide the fate of Missouri and the West

Los Algodones - The bloody American conflict didn’t reduce demand for southern cotton at textile mills in places like England, France, and even New England. In return, the Confederacy’s cotton exports financed its war effort, supplying Rebel armies with imported guns, ammunition, swords, uniforms, and accouterments far beyond what limited Southern industry could produce.

The bloody American conflict didn’t reduce demand for southern cotton at textile mills in places like England, France, and even New England. In return.

HAUNTED PEA RIDGE BATTLEFIELD ARKANSAS   Pea Ridge Battlefield  Musket fire in the middle of the night and ghostly soldiers, they’d seem out of the ordinary in some places, but at the site of The Battle of Pea Ridge, they’re just a part of the landscape. The Pea Ridge Battlefield has remained the h

Pea Ridge Battlefield Musket fire in the middle of the night and ghostly soldiers, they’d seem out of the ordinary in some places, b.

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