That is really a beautiful picture. Too bad all you 21st century dipshiates ruined it.
Where was everybody the day this photo was shot? High school football playoff? Lynching?
Well now, our board author is becoming interested in county history? Good points 6:13 - just where where those folks? Likely in a less frantic, more peaceful place that we in this century are shoving one another around to be in. Just where do folks these days look for such?I think we know.History can still teach us, if we care to listen.
Everybody must have been across the tracks at the hangin'.
That's weird, because I was just thinking how much the scene hasn't changed in almost 100 years...And...who would they be lynching?? There's hardly any black people here now...and people still whisper when they say "black people"...like we don't know we're black??? It's ok...we know...it's all the other ignorant a-holes that want to use other terms..
DAGO;It was only a one horse town aparently.he-he
9:41, maybe there's a reason Wise Co doesn't have many black people--
Is that a castle? I had no idea Wise County used to be a Kingdom.
Building are quaint.Where are the people?
Was that one of the early courthouses & what corner of the square is that?
I think it's very cool. My ancestors lived here in 1918 and I love to see and hear things of the past. I've lived in Decatur almost 60 years, and my grandparents were here in the early 1900s. Thanks so much for the cool pic!
Where are all the motorbikes at Sweetie Pies?
They were hangin a queer black guy. He knew he was black and gay also. Just like the one that lives here now.
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