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In Loving MemoryAlbert PikeArkansas Poet of the ConfederacyPhilosopher, Jurist, Philologist,Ethnologist, Statesman, Man of Letters Born in Boston Mass, 1809Died in Washington D.C. 1891 The greater part of his life was passed where his work w…
In Loving MemoryStephen Collins FosterComposer of"Suwanee River," "Old Kentucky Home," "Massa's in The Cold Ground," "O Susanna," "Old Black Joe," "Nelly Bly," "Old Dog Tray," and other well known songs Born near Pittsburgh, PA., July 4,1826Die…
In Loving MemoryGeorge WestfeldtA member of Calvary Episcopal ChurchFletcher, N.C.to whomSidney Laniera visitor herebeloved poet of the Southdedicated his last poem, "Sunrise,""Send him my sunrise, That he may know How Entirely we are one in thoug…
In Loving MemoryRobert LovemanPoetCleveland, OhioApril 11,1864Hot Springs, ArkansasJuly 9,1923He spent most of his life in Dalton, Georgiawhere he did the greater part of his writing including the famous"Rain Song""It isn't raining rain to me it's…
In Loving MemoryFrances Fisher Tiernan"Christian Reid" NovelistBorn in Salisbury N.C. July 2,1846Died in Salisbury N.C. March 24,1920In 1876 she published her novel, "The Land of The Sky." For sometime she lived in Western North Carolina and sh…
In memory ofSidney Lanier 1842-1881Poet and MusicianWho Spent his last days among these hills"Thyself Thy Monument"
BornSpotsylvania County, VA.January 24, 1806 DiedLexington, VAFebruary 1,1873 "Pathfinder of the Seas"
In Loving MemoryOrren Randolph Smithwho on February 12,1861, designed,"The Stars and Bars"the first official flag of the Confederacy adopted by the Confederate States Congress,Montgomery, Alabama, March 4, 1861 Warren County, North CarolinaDece…
In Loving MemoryZebulon Baird YanceFriend, Patriot, Philanthropist, Scholar, Orator, StatesmanLoyal friend to the Jewish people whom he honored in his classic lecture"The scattered nation"Born near Asheville N.C. May 18, 1836Elected Governor of No…
In Loving Memory"Dan" EmmettComposer of"Dixie" Born in Mount Vernon, OhioOctober, 29,1815Died in Mount Vernon, OhioJune 28, 1904He composed "Dixie" in New York City 1859