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John Hill first set eyes on Madison while visiting a relative who was attending the University of Wisconsin. He moved his family here from Atlanta in 1910 to join a modest community of about 140 African Americans. In 1917, Hill bought a … more »
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|January 22nd 2018 5:48AM|
The first stop was the historical marker outside the Baloga Funeral Home. Joe Francik was among the dozens who gathered for the brief ceremony, led by Bob Wolensky, who has co-authored books on the Knox Mine Disaster and the history of the coal region in Northeast Pennsylvania. Francik was 10 ...
|January 21st 2018 9:42PM|
A historical marker located in Downtown in Washington, District of Columbia.)
|January 21st 2018 3:22PM|
A state highway historical marker was erected in front of the West Asheville Library in 2000. Rob Neufeld writes the weekly âVisiting Our Pastâ column for the Citizen Times. He is the author of books on history and literature and manages the WNC book and heritage website The Read on WNC. Follow him ...
|January 21st 2018 12:12PM|
CoeRidge.com - The Official Website of Kentucky's Historical CoeRidge Official Website of Kentucky's Historical CoeRidge On The Wall Ezekiel and Patsy Guestbook Videos Message The Coe Ridge Historical Marker Coe Ridge Cemetery has been approved for a Historical Marker. The cemetery was ...
|January 21st 2018 12:00PM|
The effort Hayes put into recovering the lost history of Louisiana's first black physician is being rewarded by the state's Office of Tourism, which recently approved the placement of a state historical marker for Emma Wakefield in Bouligny Plaza. Hayes said she anticipates an installation ceremony this fall, ...