Elizabeth Patton Crockett Portrait
This Portrait was discovered in the attic of the now razed Patton Home by a direct descendant of the Patton’s, and last heir to reside in the Patton Home before it was torn down. This Painting Originally Hung in the Library of the Patton Home since the Early 1800’s. Note: As of this writing the […]
The Feud At Mitchell Bend – Showing Now At The Bridge Street History Center.
Thanks to all who attended our October premier of The Feud At Mitchell Bend it was a rousing success! If you were not able to attend, or tried and couldn’t get in due to the overflow crowd (our apologies), please don’t think you missed it. The video is available for viewing during our open hours […]
The Story of A Feud – The Mitchell / Truitt Feud and The Hanging of Cooney Mitchell
The public is invited to the Bridge Street History Center’s gallery premier of “The Story of a Feud” – a dramatic tale about the 1876 hanging of Nelson “Cooney” Mitchell. At 6:30 p.m. Thursday, there will be a video presentation at the Langdon Center Concert Hall at 308 E. Bridge St.…
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