Hope this isn't a re-post.
What did your town look like according to Penny Postcards?
Check out your old stomping grounds during the times of the penny postcard.
Click on the state and then on the county name to see old penny picture postcards from that area...pretty neat...
I was VERY surprised to see an article titled "How to Treasure Hunt Cemeteries", by Rich Goss, in the May 2009 issue of Lost Treasure magazine.
Although I'm fairly new to the hobby, I was under the impression, from reading this forum, that cemeteries were pretty much "Off Limits".
Yesterday wildcatman71 posted a plaque honoring the first American to lose his life in WWI. Here in Evart, we have a park to honor the first American to die on German soil in WWI.
BTW my Uncle was also a member of the Red Arrow Division. He lost his life in New Guinea, in WWII.
I'm trying to find out if there were any CCC Camps in my area. I've found the general area of 2 so far, but I keep running into dead-ends. Does anyone have a link, or links, to a listing of locations?
Thanks for looking
Five cannibals were employed by the Navy as translators during one of the island campaigns during World War II. When the Commanding Admiral of the task force welcomed the cannibals he said, "You're all part of our team now. We will compensate you well for your services, and you can eat any of...