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Mike Watson: Natural pointer in direction of Republican School

Leading authority on such matters weighs. Sign is in the land of his raising

Mike Watson writes:
The location was quite obvious to me at first glance, but that is where I grew up, about one mile back up highway 704, mid-point on Earls' Ridge, south of Walnut Grove and Concord Methodist.

The natural pointer, much like the new signpost on the Courthouse lawn, points in several directions, some of which have been suggested. I believe it points also to Republican School, just beyond Inroad, and not quite to the 'Ross House' and ancient cemetery of the same name. - MW
Comments re photo 78643 Caption Me ID 78643 Surely a sign But of what




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