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Mount Pleasant Cemetery
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Sanders School (historical)
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Little Tamarack Flowage
A Lake in Vilas, Wisconsin
Peaceful,nature all around you,a little piece of heaven. Very are to leave.

Red Ore Elementary School
A School in Jefferson, Alabama
When I attended the school the first and second grade classes were housed in a two room building separate from the other five classes. The main building was on top of a hill. Outdoor toilets were down the hill in back of the main building. The front yard where we had our flag pole and the outdoor basketball court across from the smaller building were the only level spots on campus. I would very much like to make contact with any former students of this school.I graduated from this school in 1952.My name is Willie Frank Thompson.

Fort Zarah (historical)
A Military in Barton, Kansas
You have Fort Zarah marked in the middle of the campus of Barton Community College, about 3+ miles north of its actual location.

Hopewell Cemetery
A Cemetery in Cullman, Alabama
My father was the sexton at this cemetery for over 40 years. His name was Marion McElroy, but everyone called him "Mutt". His family lived nearby and he and his brothers often helped dig graves for people as they were growing up. He dug all the graves by hand, never allowed a backhoe in the cemetery as long as he was in charge. He took great pride in the upkeep and appearance of the cemetery, which was the largest rural cemetery in AL for many years.

Buckton Ford
A Crossing in Warren, Virginia
I lived on the land that the Ford crossed or went through. During the second World War , horses and riders crossed over the area. At Buckton on the Shenandoah River.

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