Archive for May, 2014

L. Genevieve Hill

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

With both paternal and maternal grandparents homesteading the Nezperce prairie in 1895-96, Genevieve had great appreciation for family, land and local history. She attended grade school at the Harbke School and graduated from Nezperce High School in 1939.

Read more here…


Project to restore colonel’s log cabin birthplace – Bowling Green Daily News

Saturday, May 31st, 2014
Project to restore colonel's log cabin birthplace
Bowling Green Daily News
MAY'S LICK, Ky. (AP) — Work is underway to restore the log cabin birthplace of U.S. Army Col. Charles Young, who was among the first blacks to graduate from West Point and go on to a distinguished military career. The Ledger Independent …

and more »

Read more here…


New Hampshire Herbal Network to hold annual Herb and Garden Day

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Located at 84 Silk Farm Road, the event serves to educate the public on the various uses for herbs and natural medicine, native plant identification, organic gardening, permaculture and traditional homesteading practices. Herbal and gardening workshops …

Read more here…


Events planned around the Lehigh Valley area

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

No gold. Registration: 610-398-1361. PENN STATE EXTENSION LEHIGH COUNTY will offer a Crafting Beer 101 program through its Backyard Homesteading series 1-4 p.m. June 7 at Funk Brewery, 19 S. Sixth St., Emmaus. Registration: extension.psu.edu/plants/events.

Read more here…


Project to restore colonel’s log cabin birthplace – WTVQ

Saturday, May 31st, 2014
Project to restore colonel's log cabin birthplace
WTVQ
MAY'S LICK, Ky. (AP) — Work is under way in northern Kentucky to restore the log cabin birthplace of U.S. Army Col. Charles Young, who was among the first blacks to graduate from West Point and went on to a distinguished military career. The Ledger …

and more »

Read more here…


Project to restore Kentucky colonel’s log cabin birthplace – Courierpress/news/gleaner/

Saturday, May 31st, 2014
Project to restore Kentucky colonel's log cabin birthplace
Courierpress/news/gleaner/
MAY'S LICK, Ky. — Work is under way in northern Kentucky to restore the log cabin birthplace of U.S. Army Col. Charles Young, who was among the first blacks to graduate from West Point and went on to a distinguished military career. The Ledger …

and more »

Read more here…


Gallery: Homesteading in Idaho – Twin Falls Times-News

Saturday, May 31st, 2014
Gallery: Homesteading in Idaho
Twin Falls Times-News
Gallery: Homesteading in Idaho. The Caveners homesteaded their land in 1956. As a veteran, Harold Cavener was able to put his name in a lottery for a parcel of land. His number was drawn, and he and his wife, Dorothy, came to the area by plane from …

Read more here…


Project to restore colonel’s log cabin birthplace – Washington Times

Saturday, May 31st, 2014
Project to restore colonel's log cabin birthplace
Washington Times
MAY'S LICK, Ky. (AP) – Work is underway to restore the log cabin birthplace of U.S. Army Col. Charles Young, who was among the first blacks to graduate from West Point and go on to a distinguished military career. The Ledger Independent …

and more »

Read more here…


Project to restore colonel’s log cabin birthplace – Lexington Herald Leader

Saturday, May 31st, 2014
Project to restore colonel's log cabin birthplace
Lexington Herald Leader
MAY'S LICK, Ky. — Work is under way in northern Kentucky to restore the log cabin birthplace of U.S. Army Col. Charles Young, who was among the first blacks to graduate from West Point and went on to a distinguished military career. The Ledger …

and more »

Read more here…


Project to restore colonel’s log cabin birthplace – Danbury News Times

Saturday, May 31st, 2014
Project to restore colonel's log cabin birthplace
Danbury News Times
MAY'S LICK, Ky. (AP) — Work is underway to restore the log cabin birthplace of U.S. Army Col. Charles Young, who was among the first blacks to graduate from West Point and go on to a distinguished military career. The Ledger Independent …

and more »

Read more here…