Columbus State University Archives

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Five men in a portrait. Four are wearing bowties, while the other wears a tie. All men are in dark colored suits.

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Image of the Fontaine House located on Front Avenue

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Photograph of six police men standing beside two Buiks and two motorcycles. The back of the photograph is captioned, "County Police in 1927. Check John Sattenfield at Ga. Hotel for ID."

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Site identified by Eugenia Flournoy Harper as Crowell's race track and also creek ceremonial ground. In background at Ft. Benning jump towers, water tank.

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"The Quarters" on broken Arrown Plantation

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Oswichee Baptist Church

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Magnolia tree which grew behind Henry Crowell's Tavern near Ft. Mitchell. Story is the tree grew rapidly because it was located next to the place where travelers washed up-thus it got a lot of water.

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The Grange Hale, between the Churches at Oswichee

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Ft. Mitchell (According to Clara Mihalko who had discussed it with Peter Brannon, the oak in the extreme left marks the corner of the Fort, (don't know which corner). The bluff drop off would be to the right)

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Cromwell Cemetery

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Cromwell Cemetery

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Chinaberry tree under which was office of Broken Arrow Plantation.

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Cabin of Jas. A. & Emma Crowell "Grandma" Whitaker. Highway 165-South of Uchee Creek in Russell County, Alabama.

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Broken Arrow Creek (or what's left of it)

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Alexandria Methodist Church

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Photo of Pam Lee Brock in December 1944. Atlanta, Georgia.

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Photo of "Rosemary Wood" as a young girl on a pony drawn carriage.

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Burial of General Paul J. Semmes. Semmes in 1868 at Linwood; Semmes was mortally wounded in the Battle of Gettysburg, P.A., July 1863, died and buried in Virginia July 10, 1863, disinterred and buried at Linwood (this photo) in 1868; his body was…