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Topical Index of articles printed on the Genealogy and History page from June 26, 2012, to June 25, 2013.

By John L. Kiener
H&T Associate Editor

THE ANNUAL SUMMARY

2012 – 2013

Compiled by John L. Kiener

Topical Index of articles printed on the Genealogy and History page from

June 26, 2012, to June 25, 2013.

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CEMETERIES

HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER ITEMS (New Salem Cemetery); Cantrell

to be 2012 Samuel Cole Williams Award recipient (October 30, 2012)

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MORE CIVIL WAR STORIES FROM GREENE COUNTY (Babb Cemetery Burials) – By

Carl N. Hayes; Holston Baptist Association not defeated by Civil War

(July 17, 2012)

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NOVEMBER TRIP TO IRELAND PROVES GOOD CHOICE – By John Kiener; ETHS to

compile database of Civil War gravesites in 35-county area (January 15,

2013)

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VETERANS EXHIBIT OFFERS NEW ITEMS – By Lynn Richardson; Cemetery

restoration efforts to continue, volunteers needed to help with project;

‘The Gathering’ offers visit to the past, Indian conflict (June 11, 2013)

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COUNTY HISTORY & RECORDS

BASHOR MILL REMINDER OF EARLY INDUSTRIAL AGE (September 25, 2012)

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BASHOR LINEAGE SPANS COUNTRY; Events set for courthouse centennial – By

Lynn Richardson (February 26, 2013)

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WAS ELIAS BOWMAN A WASHINGTON COUNTY PIONEER? – By Bernie Bowman; Seven

state counties bear U.S. presidents’ names (February 12, 2013)

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BROYLESVILLE ON NATIONAL REGISTER, PART I (October 23, 2012)

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BROYLESVILLE ON NATIONAL REGISTER, PART II; Old Christmas at Fort

Watauga (January 1, 2013)

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CANTRELL, ‘FRIENDS’ RECEIVE AWARDS – By John Kiener; Neuhaus to headline

event: Boones Creek Day to feature music, Poultry in Motion (May 28, 2013)

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COMMUNITIES’ ROLE VITAL TO COUNTY (Lamar contributions build foundation

for future success) – by Chad Fred Bailey; Who was Dr. Abraham Jobe – By

Justin White (February 19, 2013)

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COUNTY RICH FIELD FOR RESEARCH – By Mrs. L. W. McCown; Play premise

loosely based on fact – By Kristen Swing; Belle Keefauver relative

shares her story. (March 5, 2013)

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DOAK, ARCHIVE TOPICS OF LECTURE; Town mason, world champ laying brick on

$16 million job (June 18, 2013)

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DR. JOBE, PART XXXVI: IRON PROPERTY OPTIONS; 1931 Jonesborough High

School Football team (September 11, 2012)

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DR. JOBE, PART XXXVII: COPPER SPECULATION; 1932 Jonesborough High School

Class (March 26, 1913)

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JOBE AT THE PRESIDENT’S BEDSIDE; Tour of (Academy Hill) recalls memories

– By Lynn Richardson (May 14, 2013)

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AN EAST TENNESSEE SAILOR’S SERVICE IN KOREA, PART I – By George Holley;

Pioneer farm owned by family (McCulley) members for more than 200 years

(June 4, 2013)

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EXHIBITS, AWARDS AND EARLY NEWSPAPERS; Seeking artifacts from courthouse

– By Ned Irwin (November 13, 2012)

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HERITAGE ALLIANCE RECEIVES DONATION OF COX HISTORICAL COLLECTION – By

Lynn Richardson; Pioneer (Joseph Tucker) helps map out Leesburg (May 21,

2013)

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HISTORIAN HIGHLIGHTS MUSEUMS – By John Kiener; The Records Inventory –

By Ned Irwin (August 7, 2012)

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HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER ITEMS (New Salem Cemetery); Cantrell

to be 2012 Samuel Cole Williams Award recipient (October 30, 2012)

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HISTORICAL MARKERS OF 1954; Renovations to increase exhibit space – By

Kristen Swing (March 19, 2013)

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HURDT EARNS FIRST CERTIFICATION, OTHER PURSUING; Public records allow

citizens to hold officials accountable for actions (December 4, 2012)

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JGS TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY, HALL OF FAME MEMBERS; Drink from

Mill-Brook Spring promises return – By George Robert Campbell with poem

by Rev. J. B. Herndon; A progress report – By Ned Irwin (April 16, 2013)

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KNOB CREEK HISTORIC DISTRICT UPDATE; Bledsoe’s artwork on exhibit at

ETSU (April 23, 2013)

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LAMAR HISTORY CLUB PREMIERS – By Kristen Swing; BCHT speaker to focus on

W.F. Carter Family (April 9, 2013)

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LIFE ON CHEROKEE CREEK; REV. HOSS REVISITED; Small Items Have Meaning –

By Uncle George Goldman; Archives Column – By Ned Irwin (September 18, 2012)

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‘LIFE OF GEORGE CARTER’ REVEALS PRIVATE SIDE (A Book Review) – By John

Kiener (October 2, 2012)

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LOST BOOK TELLS TALE (“The Wataugah Purchase); Archives receives $4,000

grant (April 2, 2013)

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MAJESTIC’S SUCCESS LEADS TO OTHER THEATERS – By Michael F. Beard;

Shelving marks milestone for archive (July 24, 2012)

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A.E. JACKSON A ‘COMMON PERSON IN UNCOMMON TIMES;’ Town resident (Donald

E. Wiseman) first civilian protocol officer (July 31, 2012)

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SAMUEL COLE WILLIAMS’ ROLE IN PRESERVING PAST; Tri-Cities Regional

Airport celebrates 75 years, move to Airport Authority (November 20, 2012)

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SANTA TRAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR 70 YEARS OF JOY – By John Kiener; Boyd Desk

on display (December 25, 2012)

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TELEVISION, DRIVE-INS LURE THEATRE CROWD (George and Carla Keys:

Majestic Theatre, Part II) – By Michael F. Beard (August 14, 2012)

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TIPTON-HAYNES: A TENNESSEE LANDMARK – By Mary Hardin McCown; Uncle

George’s campfire stories (January 8, 2013)

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TRIP ENDS WITH MADRID AND THE PRADO MUSEUM – By John Kiener; Calling all

County Mayors (November 27, 2012)

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VETERANS EXHIBIT OFFERS NEW ITEMS – By Lynn Richardson; ‘The Gathering’

offers visit to the past, Indian conflict (June 11, 2013)

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WHERE AND WHO ARE THE HIDDEN HEROINES? (Playwright Jo Carson); Book

examines lives of two influential 19th century women (December 11, 2012)

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WORLD WAR II: AN AFTERWORD; Heritage Alliance aims to improve, expand

the way it does education – By Kristen Swing; Lamar Class of ’62

celebrated 50th (March 12, 2013)

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WPA Project leads to archive – By Chad Fred Bailey; Greene County

brother against brother: The Feuds – By Carl N. Hayes (June 25, 2013)

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FAMILIES

A. E. JACKSON A ‘COMMON PERSON IN UNCOMMON TIMES;’ Town resident (Donald

E. Wiseman) first civilian protocol officer (July 31, 2012)

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BASHOR MILL REMINDER OF EARLY INDUSTRIAL AGE (September 25, 2012)

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BASHOR LINEAGE SPANS COUNTRY; Events set for courthouse centennial – By

Lynn Richardson (February 26, 2013)

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WAS ELIAS BOWMAN A WASHINGTON COUNTY PIONEER? – By Bernie Bowman; Seven

state counties bear U.S. presidents’ names (February 12, 2013)

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BROYLESVILLE ON NATIONAL REGISTER (Includes Broyles, Bashor, Garst,

Doak, Mitchell, Moore and others), PART I (October 23, 2012)

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AN EAST TENNESSEE SAILOR’S SERVICE IN KOREA, PART I – By George Holley;

Pioneer farm owned by family (McCulley) members for more than 200 years

(June 4, 2013)

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50 YEARS OF FLIGHT (Virginia Carol Dobyns Fair); County historical

association hosts variety of speakers (April 30, 2013)

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HERITAGE ALLIANCE RECEIVES DONATION OF COX HISTORICAL COLLECTION – By

Lynn Richardson; Pioneer (Joseph Tucker) helps map out Leesburg (May 21,

2013)

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LAMAR HISTORY CLUB PREMIERS – By Kristen Swing; BCHT speaker to focus on

W.F. Carter Family (April 9, 2013)

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LIFE ON CHEROKEE CREEK; REV. HOSS REVISITED; Small Items Have Meaning –

By Uncle George Goldman; Archives Column – By Ned Irwin (September 18, 2012)

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‘LIFE OF GEORGE CARTER’ REVEALS PRIVATE SIDE (A Book Review) – By John

Kiener (October 2, 2012)

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MORE CIVIL WAR STORIES FROM GREENE COUNTY (Babb Cemetery Burials) – By

Carl N. Hayes; Holston Baptist Association not defeated by Civil War

(July 17, 2012)

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COUNTY RICH FIELD FOR RESEARCH – By Mrs. L. W. McCown; Play premise

loosely based on fact – By Kristen Swing; Belle Keefauver relative

shares her story. (March 5, 2013)

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SAMUEL COLE WILLIAMS’ ROLE IN PRESERVING PAST; Tri-Cities Regional

Airport celebrates 75 years, move to Airport Authority (November 20, 2012)

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TELEVISION, DRIVE-INS LURE THEATRE CROWD (George and Carla Keys:

Majestic Theatre, Part II) – By Michael F. Beard (August 14, 2012)

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WHERE AND WHO ARE THE HIDDEN HEROINES? (Playwright Jo Carson); Book

examines lives of two influential 19th century women (December 11, 2012)

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GENEALOGICAL HELP

BUNRATTY CASTLE, CLIFFS OF MOHER FINAL DESTINATIONS ON IRELAND TRIP – By

John Kiener; TDEC offer park information, plans to add historical sites

(February 5, 2013)

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HURDT EARNS FIRST CERTIFICATION, OTHER PURSUING; Public records allow

citizens to hold officials accountable for actions (December 4, 2012)

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KILLARNEY OFFERS SITES REMINISCENT OF EAST TENNESSEE – By John Kiener;

Primary versus secondary sources of research (January 29, 2013)

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NOVEMBER TRIP TO IRELAND PROVES GOOD CHOICE – By John Kiener; ETHS to

compile database of Civil War gravesites in 35-county area (January 15,

2013)

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SAMUEL COLE WILLIAMS’ ROLE IN PRESERVING PAST; Facing the future of

genealogical societies – By Dick Eastman (November 20, 2012)

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35th PROGRESSIVE DINNER HIGHLIGHTS EDUCATION – By John Kiener; Duties of

a Public Records Commission – By Ned Irwin (December 18, 2012)

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WHERE AND WHO ARE THE HIDDEN HEROINES? (Playwright Jo Carson); Book

examines lives of two influential 19th century women (December 11, 2012)

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MISCELLANEOUS

THE ANNUAL SUMMARY: 2011 – 2012 (July 3, 2012)

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BROYLESVILLE ON NATIONAL REGISTER, PART II; Old Christmas at Fort

Watauga (January 1, 2013)

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BUNRATTY CASTLE, CLIFFS OF MOHER FINAL DESTINATIONS ON IRELAND TRIP – By

John Kiener; TDEC offer park information, plans to add historical sites

(February 5, 2013)

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COLE SAYS GOODBYE TO SHIPMATES, ENDS DIARY OF WORLD WAR II EXPERIENCES

(October 9, 2012)

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COMMUNITIES’ ROLE VITAL TO COUNTY (Lamar contributions build foundation

for future success) – by Chad Fred Bailey; Who was Dr. Abraham Jobe – By

Justin White (February 19, 2013)

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DON QUIXOTE AND TOLEDO – By John Kiener (October 16, 2012)

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DR. JOBE, PART XXXVI: IRON PROPERTY OPTIONS; 1931 Jonesborough High

School Football team (September 11, 2012)

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DR. JOBE, PART XXXVII: COPPER SPECULATION; 1932 Jonesborough High School

Class (March 26, 1913)

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JOBE AT THE PRESIDENT’S BEDSIDE; Tour of (Academy Hill) recalls memories

– By Lynn Richardson (May 14, 2013)

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2011 - 2012 INDEX IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER; ‘Friends’ seeks members – By

Ned Irwin (July 10, 2012)

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GREENEVILLE’S ‘LEGEND OF KING’S THICKET’ – By Carl N. Hayes; Assault on

the Hindenburg Line – By John D. Lyle (August 21, 2012)

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KILLARNEY OFFERS SITES REMINISCENT OF EAST TENNESSEE – By John Kiener;

Primary versus secondary sources of research (January 29, 2013)

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KISSING THE BLARNEY STONE AND VISITING WATERFORD CRYSTAL FACTORY – By

John Kiener; Former Bank Building remarkably sound – By Ned Irwin

(January 22, 2013)

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KNOB CREEK HISTORIC DISTRICT UPDATE; Bledsoe’s artwork on exhibit at

ETSU (April 23, 2013)

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NOVEMBER TRIP TO IRELAND PROVES GOOD CHOICE – By John Kiener; ETHS to

compile database of Civil War gravesites in 35-county area (January 15,

2013)

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TOM COLE REMEMBERS BATTLE OF OKINAWA; Gettysburg flags conserved (August

28, 2012)

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TRIP ENDS WITH MADRID AND THE PRADO MUSEUM – By John Kiener; Calling all

County Mayors (November 27, 2012)

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VISIT TO THE ALHAMBRA, ‘PARADISE ON EARTH’ – by John Kiener; Rocky Mount

Historical Association (RMHA) names new board members, plans events

(September 4, 2012)

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THE WAR TO END ALL WARS; Rocky Mount to host speakers, WWII display

(November 6, 2012)

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WORLD WAR II: AN AFTERWORD; Heritage Alliance aims to improve, expand

the way it does education – By Kristen Swing; Lamar Class of ’62

celebrated 50th (March 12, 2013)

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WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, BOONES CREEK HISTORICAL TRUST,

FRIENDS OF THE ARCHIVES, HERITAGE ALLIANCE & JONESBOROUGH GENEALOGICAL

SOCIETY, ROCKY MOUNT & STORYTELLING

2011 - 2012 INDEX IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER; ‘Friends’ seeks members – By

Ned Irwin (July 10, 2012)

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BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER: GREENE COUNTY IN THE CIVIL WAR; Renovations

move forward with approval of drawings: From the Archives -- By Ned

Irwin (May 7, 2013)

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CANTRELL, ‘FRIENDS’ RECEIVE AWARDS – By John Kiener; Neuhaus to headline

event: Boones Creek Day to feature music, Poultry in Motion (May 28, 2013)

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COUNTY RICH FIELD FOR RESEARCH – By Mrs. L. W. McCown; Play premise

loosely based on fact – By Kristen Swing; Belle Keefauver relative

shares her story. (March 5, 2013)

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DOAK, ARCHIVE TOPICS OF LECTURE; Town mason, world champ laying brick on

$16 million job (June 18, 2013)

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EXHIBITS, AWARDS AND EARLY NEWSPAPERS; Seeking artifacts from courthouse

By Ned Irwin (November 13, 2012)

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50 YEARS OF FLIGHT (Virginia Carol Dobyns Fair); County historical

association hosts variety of speakers (April 30, 2013)

----------------------------------------

HERITAGE ALLIANCE RECEIVES DONATION OF COX HISTORICAL COLLECTION – By

Lynn Richardson; Pioneer (Joseph Tucker) helps map out Leesburg (May 21,

2013)

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HISTORIAN HIGHLIGHTS MUSEUMS – By John Kiener; The Records Inventory –

By Ned Irwin (August 7, 2012)

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HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER ITEMS (New Salem Cemetery); Cantrell

to be 2012 Samuel Cole Williams Award recipient (October 30, 2012)

----------------------------------------

HISTORICAL MARKERS OF 1954; Renovations to increase exhibit space – By

Kristen Swing (March 19, 2013)

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HURDT EARNS FIRST CERTIFICATION, OTHER PURSUING; Public records allow

citizens to hold officials accountable for actions (December 4, 2012)

----------------------------------------

JGS TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY, HALL OF FAME MEMBERS; Drink from

Mill-Brook Spring promises return – By George Robert Campbell with poem

by Rev. J. B. Herndon; A progress report – By Ned Irwin (April 16, 2013)

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KISSING THE BLARNEY STONE AND VISITING WATERFORD CRYSTAL FACTORY – By

John Kiener; Former Bank Building remarkably sound – By Ned Irwin

(January 22, 2013)

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LAMAR HISTORY CLUB PREMIERS – By Kristen Swing; BCHT speaker to focus on

W.F. Carter Family (April 9, 2013)

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LIFE ON CHEROKEE CREEK; REV. HOSS REVISITED; Small Items Have Meaning

– By Uncle George Goldman; Archives Column – By Ned Irwin (September 18,

2012)

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LOST BOOK TELLS TALE (“The Wataugah Purchase); Archives receives $4,000

grant (April 2, 2013)

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MAJESTIC’S SUCCESS LEADS TO OTHER THEATERS – By Michael F. Beard;

Shelving marks milestone for archive (July 24, 2012)

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NOVEMBER TRIP TO IRELAND PROVES GOOD CHOICE – By John Kiener; ETHS to

compile database of Civil War gravesites in 35-county area (January 15,

2013)

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SAMUEL COLE WILLIAMS’ ROLE IN PRESERVING PAST; Tri-Cities Regional

Airport celebrates 75 years, move to Airport Authority (November 20, 2012)

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SANTA TRAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR 70 YEARS OF JOY – By John Kiener; Boyd Desk

on display (December 25, 2012)

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35th PROGRESSIVE DINNER HIGHLIGHTS EDUCATION – By John Kiener; Duties of

a Public Records Commission – By Ned Irwin (December 18, 2012)

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TIPTON-HAYNES: A TENNESSEE LANDMARK – By Mary Hardin McCown; Uncle

George’s campfire stories (January 8, 2013)

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VETERANS EXHIBIT OFFERS NEW ITEMS – By Lynn Richardson; Cemetery

restoration efforts to continue, volunteers needed to help with project;

‘The Gathering’ offers visit to the past, Indian conflict (June 11, 2013)

----------------------------------------

VISIT TO THE ALHAMBRA, ‘PARADISE ON EARTH’ – by John Kiener; Rocky Mount

Historical Association (RMHA) names new board members, plans events

(September 4, 2012)

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THE WAR TO END ALL WARS; Rocky Mount to host speakers, WWII display

(November 6, 2012)

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WORLD WAR II: AN AFTERWORD; Heritage Alliance aims to improve, expand

the way it does education – By Kristen Swing; Lamar Class of ’62

celebrated 50th (March 12, 2013)