Sites of the "Mound Builders" of North America. ...called mounds because they are so eroded when so named, but they were originally pyramids w grand boulevards - Bartram's Travels pub 1791 describes the remains in Florida
One of the most infamous haunting stories among the many in Connecticut comes from a place called Dudleytown. In the mid 18th century, the Dudley family migrated from England and settled in a small village in the Northwestern part of Connecticut, known today as Cornwall. Today, the town is closed to the public. Most of the property is consumed by forest.
Pascal Poolaw has been called America’s most decorated Indian soldier with 42 medals and citations. Among his medals are four Silver Stars and five Bronze Stars. He also earned three Purple Hearts, one for each of the wars in which he fought, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. His devotion to his soldiers was exceeded only by the love of his family. Poolaw served in Vietnam trying to spare his son the horrors of war. Poolaw volunteered for his son and gave up his life in Vietnam.
Researching Your War of 1812 Ancestors - The War of 1812, often called America’s Second Revolution, left behind a valuable set of records that have proven valuable for genealogical research. Many of these records can help solve the “pre-1850 census” issues when only the head of household was named in the US federal census. #genealogy #webinars
Mystery Hill, Salem New Hampshire. Thought to be over 4,000 years old and one of 350 megalithic sites in New England. Also called America's Stonehenge, it is an archaeological site consisting of a number of large rocks and stone structures scattered around roughly 30 acres.