WHY GALESBURG WAS MADE ALPHADELPHIA SOCIETY HOME

Source of article was Barbara Triphahn. Transcribed by me. * * * * * WHY GALESBURG WAS MADE ALPHADELPHIA SOCIETY HOME Villagers’ Enthusiasm Determined by Dr. H. R. Schetterly and Association to Locate There Kalamazoo Gazette, Sunday Jan 14 1937 The Alphadelphia Society which located its community enterprise in Kalamazoo County in 1844 had its […]

EDGAR ALLEN POE ON THE ALPHADELPHIA TOCSIN

EDGAR ALLEN POE ON THE ALPHADELPHIA TOCSIN [Text: Edgar Allan Poe, “The Alphadelphia Tocsin,” from The Weekly Mirror (New York), January 18, 1845, p. 227.] THE ALPHADELPHIA TOCSIN. — (Phbus, what a name, to fill the sounding trump of future fame!) — is the title of a new journal published at Alphadelphia, Michigan, and “devoted […]

Word Shadows of the Hysteria that Ruled Salem in its Witch Crusade

Nicholas Noyes, a Reverend at the heinous Salem witch trials, was brother to ancestor Timothy Noyes. The author of this article and the date of it is unknown. Nancy Benton sent it along to me. * * * * * Word Shadows of the Hysteria that Ruled Salem in its Witch Crusade The Sufferings of […]

Obituary of James Allen Noyes

AN AGED CITIZEN DEAD Yesterday (Thursday) morning, January 24, 1901, at 10:30 o’clock, James Allen Noyes died, at the home of his son, Ray Noyes, three miles southeast of town, after an illness of several weeks. The burial will take place today (Friday) at 1 o’clock. The deceased was 76 years of age, was a […]

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