Four Abolitionists Named to Hall of Fame On January 31, 1865 the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States was proposed to the legislatures of the States by the 38th Congress, and by the end of that year the amendment was ratified: Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude … shall exist within the Read More
Growing up I heard my elders telling stories about the Bigfoot Hoax in the Humboldt county area of California. Gmom, the title my family used for my Grandmother Beatrice Cook Keesey, was a good friend of the men who started and for years continued the Bigfoot Hoax in the woods of Northern California, but it Read More
I made my daughter-in-law’s hand beaded french lace edged Wedding Veil. They are such a cute couple!
Obituary in Daily News [Red Bluff California] Sep. 3, 1980 Landon Adams Word has been received here of the death July 6 of Landon Augustus Adams, 95, of Fortuna. He was born in July 1884 in Eureka and was the last surviving grandchild of abolitionist John Brown. He was preceeded in death by his Read More