A Revolutionary Battle, LIVE

It wasn’t so much what he said, or how he said it, that led to British Colonel Patrick Ferguson’s demise. It was WHO he said it to. During the Revolutionary War, Ferguson was charged with flushing out unruly settlers who’d defied a royal order and settled west of the Appalachian Mountains. But when he threatened… Read more »

James Keelan, Defender of the Bridge

In February of 1894, a feeble, one-armed man walked into the offices of Dr. W.T. Delaney in Bristol. His name was James Keelan, and though he was never one to take charity, he was in a bit of a pinch. His wife had died, and Keelan was the sole guardian of three granddaughters. And at age… Read more »