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A Populated Place in Davidson, Tennessee
Anyone know how Montague, TN got its name?

Pancake Flats
A Flat in Blair, Pennsylvania
if you go hunting there it's easy to get lost

Thielke School (historical)
A School in Taylor, Wisconsin
I spent first through eighth grades in this school. A place with no indoor plumbing and where drinking water was brought in a milk can on a coaster wagon from a neighboring farm. As part of a family history I'm thinking about a lot would be said about the "culture" of a one room rural Wisconsin grade school. I don't even have a photograph of the place when it was a school. I do have a short 8mm movie shot but nothing more other than a lot of memories! Lee A. Mushel

Davis Creek
A Stream in Yukon-Koyukuk (CA), Alaska
Davis Creek is currently being mined by the Greene Bros Mining Co. of Fairbanks AK. Most of the gold is coming out of the upper bench, mainly along a secret fault line, known only by the bros. Mike Greene sluiced out a 16.1 gram nugget close to this claimed fault line, in 2011. Only the mouth of Davis Creek has been mined to any extent, mainly the low grade gravels which were tested by local geologist Don Keel to average $28.00 per yd. This low grade deposit is very extensive along the course of the South Fork Koyukuk and mainly runs between Davis Ck., and Bear Ck., (also known as the Ron Hodges Memorial Claims), which depth to bedrock between 50ft. and 3 ft. The bedrock is chlorite schist with a quartz blowout at the waterfalls 1/2 mile up from the mouth. The gold is embedded up to five feet deep into the schist and according to the well known Alaskan prospector/explorer/miner, Paul Barelka, the schist quite possibly could be one of the sources of metal on Davis Creek. Greene Bros Mining Co. is currently exercising an active plan of operation and an E.P.A. wastewater discharge permit. The bros employ tiered tailing ponds and diversions to settling areas before recycling their wash water back to their trombel. Future plans include signing an additional competent operator to assist their operation, but this could quite possibly be the hardest mining of all. Future stories of mining and Sasquatch encounters coming soon, also will upload many mining photos.

Czeeh Church
A Church in Marshall, Kansas
The Czech Presbyterian church no longer exists. The area has been kept up where it was, and a sign is there telling that it had been there. I think it was torn down in the early 1960's. I attended the church as a child.

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