This is the sixteenth chapter to Robert Carden’s story (the fifteenth chapter is missing). This chapter discusses Reconstruction in Tennessee, the indignity of Union rule
By 1940, it was clear to Eugene Talmadge that Georgia was in need of him more than ever. The last four years since he had
In late Clown World, we are constantly flooded with mass media peddling race mixing. Heck, just turn the TV on and start flipping through the
This is the fourteenth chapter to Robert Carden’s story. This chapter continues the discussion on the brave women of the South and their endeavours during
While many know of the battles our heroic ancestors fought in Virginia and Tennessee, Florida is a state that is not often mentioned when discussing
History, as it goes, is a funny concept. You’re led to believe early on that it is undeniable fact, always recounted with the best intentions.