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Folk Festivals In Appalachia
Do you like folk art, crafts, old timey music, dancing, good food and cheerful folks? You will find these wonderful things all throughout the Appalachian regions during the summer and fall months.
Exploring The Okefenokee Swamp
The Okefenokee, covering approximately seven hundred square miles, is the Largest swamp in North America.
Etowah Indian Mounds - Georgia USA
They built the earthwork platform mounds known as the Etowah Indian Mounds, which is now a National Historic Landmark and state park. It is considered the most intact site of the Mississippian culture period.
Early Life In Appalachia
Prior to European contact, Native American tribes inhabited what is now the Appalachia areas.
Corn Pone Recipes
Corn pone, and a special casserole type pie are easy recipes for just about any time of the year. The aroma of these delights as they are taken out of the oven is a call to everyone that supper is on the table.
Coal Mining Towns Linger In The Past
These memories and traces of a way of life are not from a fiction story, they are as real as the woods and time that have taken over and hidden many old abandoned coal mining towns throughout the Applachian Mountains.
Candy Roaster Squash Pie - Recipe
The Cherokee people of southern Appalachia came across the seeds in trade and developed the Candy Roaster into what is today's cultivated, and prized favorite, of southern Appalachia cooking.
Boston Campaign - American Revolutionary War
The American Revolutionary War began with the Boston Campaign, 1774 - 1776.
Battle Of Trenton 1776 - Victory
By the time Rall's adjutant heard what was happening and woke Rall up, the Battle of Trenton was well underway.
Battle Of Trenton - Christmas 1776
With severe weather conditions and the icy river threatening, crossing the Delaware River would be dangerous for General Washington and his troops.
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