Generations of Somerset Place: From Slavery to Freedom

Generations of Somerset Place coverLocated in the rural northeastern part of the state, Somerset was cumulatively home to more than 800 enslaved blacks and four generations of a planter family. Today, Somerset Place is preserved as a state historic site offering a realistic view of what it was like for the slaves and freemen who once lived and worked on the plantation, once one of the Upper South’s most prosperous enterprises.

Producing a Quality Family History

Producing a Quality Family HistoryProducing A Quality Family History guides you through the steps required to create an attractive—and functional—family history report. Learn how to organize your work, how to write the narrative, choose type faces, grammar styles, and punctuation. You’ll also see how to create useful bibliographies and discover ways to incorporate photos and illustrations effectively plus much, much more!

Lookout Mountain

Few places in the southland compare to the resplendent beauty of Lookout Mountain. A scene of wonder to early explorers because of its intriguing rock formations, Lookout Mountain was the site of the pivotal Battle above the Clouds in November 1863, when Federal forces climbed the steep slope to claim a Union victory. See why it continues to fascinate generations of visitors.

WordPress To Go

WordPress To Go CoverDo you want to build your own website but don’t know where to start?
Have you been put off by all the jargon and gobbledygook of other Internet guides? If so then this plain, easy WordPress tutorial is the ideal place to start.