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John T. Corrigan
2019-07-22 21:34
Cleveland, Ohio.Born in Cleveland, Ohio, 1923. Son of Irish immigrants, one of six children. Known as “John T,” he and his wife Virginia had six children. Graduated St. Ignatius… Read More
Settlers Of Grass Valley
2019-07-22 19:31
Koosharem, Utah.Near this spot in 1875, the first house in Grass Valley was erected. The garage to the west is constructed of those very logs. F.P. Peterson managed the first store & pos… Read More
Koosharem Amusement Hall
2019-07-22 18:29
Koosharem, Utah.Constructed in 1914 by the community. The wood frame hall contains a gymnasium, stage, kitchen and basement. As a community recreation center, the hall was used for dances, p… Read More
Pioneers Of Antimony
2019-07-22 18:17
Antimony, Utah.In 1873, Albert Guiser and others located in a fertile meadow which they named Grass Valley. Surveyors camped on a stream, lassoed a young coyote and called the place Coyote C… Read More
An Scairdeán / The Fountain
2019-07-22 16:39
, Ireland.An Scairdeán Saoránaigh Chaisil a thóg an scairdeán seo mar aitheantas ar ról an Déin Tomás Ó Coinneáin, S.P. chun a… Read More
Tobar Mhuire / Ladyswell
2019-07-22 15:32
, Ireland.Tobar Mhuire Ainmníodh Tobar Mhuire in onóir na Maighdine Muire agus b'ionad oilithreachta é ag muintir na háite go dtí deireadh an 19ú h… Read More
Gunsolly Carding Mill
2019-07-22 14:38
near Plymouth, Michigan.For many years, wool was processed here. The Gunsolly Carding Mill operated here from 1851 to 1890, using Rouge River waterpower and machinery to process and untangle… Read More
Maxwell Place
2019-07-22 03:48
Lexington, Kentucky.Dennis Mulligan had Maxwell Place built in 1870-72 for his son, Judge James H. Mulligan and named for nearby Maxwell Springs. The property and Italianate home were purcha… Read More

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