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In yesterday’s Montgomery, and probably in most little farming villages, spending money on toys was a low priority. Homemade fun was the name of the game.
Until recently, the historical old cannon at the Riverside Cemetery was assumed to be a Civil War cannon. That was proven wrong when somebody started to research it.
Franklin Stark opted to turn his two-story farmhouse on South Broadway into a castle.
Several lost their lives in the 1943 inferno that resulted when a freight train rammed into the little orange-red train called the Dinky
While the Montgomery United Wallpaper plant may have been intended for use as a wallpaper manufacturing facility, in 1943 the company began construction of several cement block structures that would house explosives.
During World War II, women courageously kept the home fires burning while the men were away.
Some said jealousy was to blame for a double tragedy in 1893.
Some may conclude that the case is not quite as black and white as it first seemed.
Henry Morris was not a very nice guy when he met Mrs. Dumas. But it doesn’t appear that he was a match for Mrs. Dumas, whose past was more than a little shady.
In 1910, shock waves spread throughout the tiny village of Montgomery as word spread of a vicious murder on Clay Street.
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