Lime and Trees and Other Things
This week, in recognition of the fact that spring is finally, finally! here, I offer Egbert T. Bush’s recollections of what it was like to get lime for farm fields by driving wagons to the lime kilns. If you think your work is onerous, this might make you change your mind.
Query: Union Cemeteries
Earlier this week I published a Query from Alice Groner on the naming of old cemeteries —why are so many of them called Union cemetery? Pamelyn Bush came up with a good answer.