The process of learning about history has been made much easier by traveling across the World Wide Web. In the first of a series, facts are found about a father and a shipmate.
By Ron Van Stockum
Wednesday, August 7, 2013 at 11:23 am
In conducting research for my first book, Kentucky and the Bourbons:The Story of Allen Dale Farm, it was necessary for my wife, Susanne, and me to travel widely. In the United States, we visited Columbia, Tenn., and Nashville, St. Louis, Defiance. Mo., Columbia, Mo., Cumberland Gap and Davie County, N.C. We also made several trips to France to speak to Charette cousins and to visit museums and archives there.
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