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The life and times of Nathan W. Boyette.

Wilson Daily Times, 11 November 1921.

In a nutshell: Nathan W. Boyette lived at 210 Pender Street. He was born 18 September 1850 and was enslaved in Old Fields township by Jimmy Boyette. 453 more words

City Of Wilson

1947 Partition Archive

Project: 1947 Partition Archive

Mission: The 1947 Partition Archive is a non-profit non-governmental organization dedicated to institutionalizing the people’s history of Partition

Digital Project

Studio interview: Ella Hollowood curator at Rainbow Pilgrims

Studio interview: Ella Hollowood curator at Rainbow Pilgrims
Studio interview with Ella Hollowood curator of online and mobile exhibition Rainbow Pilgrims; a collection of oral histories from the LGBTQI+ migrant community in London.


Corston Village History Weekend

We are excited confirm that this year’s Village History Weekend will be taking place on April 21st & 22nd; running between 10am to 4pm… 111 more words


Macedonia Baptist Church and Rev William G. McMichael, elder son of John Madison.

Butts County – Jackson, Georgia
You will be interesting in the following history of Macedonia Baptist Church, instituted in 1826 and one of the oldest and strongest churches in the section. 6,900 more words
Oral History

A McMichael Branch Story Begging to be Told: March to Texas for Land.

The Frontier Thesis or Turner Thesis, is the argument advanced by historian Frederick Jackson Turner in 1893 that American democracy was formed by the American frontier. 1,984 more words

Oral History

Pittsburgh Yards Groundbreaking Celebration!

This past weekend, March 10, 2018, was the groundbreaking celebration for the Pittsburgh Yards development project – It’s been a long time coming and now it’s officially begun! 275 more words