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Bradshaw-Chambers Library to Host Journey Exhibition

THE VALLEY – The Bradshaw-Chambers County Library has an exhibit match for the summer season season, the time of yr when individuals go on the journey of a lifetime. The exhibition, compiled by archivist Robin Watson, is titled Journey: Tales of Journey and Journey Close to and Far!

It fills the library’s important showcases and can be on show for the remainder of the summer season.

One of many reveals tells in regards to the mountaineering expertise of Hugh Morton, a local of the Valley, who made journeys to the seven continents of the Earth to be able to obtain his aim – to finish the duty “Seven Summits”. He began on Kilimanjaro in Africa in 1988 and completed on the Vinson Massif in Antarctica in 1999. The climb was the onerous half, however getting there and again was an journey.

One of many instances tells in regards to the journey of individuals from Eire to the Valley in 2001. The Parnell Society made a visit to America to see the locations Charles Stuart Parnell had visited in America. He has been referred to as the uncrowned King of Eire and one of many locations he visited within the 1870s was his older brother John Parnell’s peach farm situated simply off River Highway.

The present exhibit tells the story of Sally and Willie Cray, two sisters from Cell who traveled to see unique locations within the early twentieth century. There’s a picture the place they trip camels, and behind them the Egyptian pyramids. The Kray sisters have been associated to Virginia Glover Cook dinner, spouse of Batson-Cook dinner founder Edmund Cook dinner.

“They went to Egypt in 1907,” Watson mentioned. “It was lengthy earlier than Tutankhamun’s tomb was found. They have been fascinating individuals and lived in Europe for some time.”

Watson mentioned she preferred the {photograph} of two girls on camels dressed within the Edwardian fashion of the time.

Watson is aware of what it is wish to be on the again of a camel. She rode one in Jordan a couple of years in the past on a visit to the Center East with Louise Cox.

The exhibition tells the story of two native missionaries who traveled extensively. Their names have been Virginia Atkinson and Margaret Cook dinner, the youthful sister of Ellison “Papa” Cook dinner, who wrote a preferred column for The Chattahoochee Valley Occasions. By the Nineteen Thirties, Cook dinner and two different West Level girls, Mary Poer Oslin and Mrs. AD Ferguson, had a touring enterprise.

These tour administrators will deal with all the main points of excursions to areas similar to Washington, DC, New York, Niagara Falls, Canada, in addition to to far western locations such because the Pacific coast, the place guests can see big sequoias, the Grand Canyon , Yellowstone and Sequoia Nationwide Park.

There may be details about the primary documented journey to the Valley of a European American. Benjamin Hawkins, an Indian agent for President George Washington, saved a diary of his journey alongside the west coast of Chattahoochee within the fall of 1798. , O-soo-nip-ah and O-soon-a-wa-hatchee (now often known as Moores Creek). Hawkins described…

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