Login to Reply to this Topic. I have a desk that has a burned "Bennington Pine" logo in one of the drawers. It has a flag with 76 on it.
From the all-but-forgotten to the never-to-be-forgotten, here are markers along Memphis' road of history that leads to present day. John BeifussMemphis Commercial Appeal. Published a.
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For nearly a century, prior to the start of the War ofwhites and Creeks had lived side by side with good trade relations, intermarriage, and reliable treaties. There was almost full cooperation between the two groups, but this would soon change. In the fall ofbelieving that whites were encroaching upon their land, the great Shawnee Chief Tecumseh traveled to Alabama to rally all Creeks to war against the whites and intermarried white and Indian families in the region.
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Walking into the home of Robert Gravel and Solange Ouimet is like being enveloped in a warm blanket. The interior is dark and cozy. The floors are hardwood.
Weekdays begin lazily on Pine Street, the silence broken only by the few early morning joggers, lean and flushed in their shorts and Nikes and the dog-walkers, sipping coffee, lazily dressed in gym pants and flip-flops. Pine Street had been built up as far as 13th Street as early as It was a good, respectable neighborhood, home to shoemakers, grocers, laborers, and textile workers.