This fort was first built and occupied before 4000 bc. It was in continual use until about 1880, the most continually used fort in the world.
This column was found 3/4 buried in the Saudi Arabian side of the crossing. It has written in ancient Hebrew "This is where the Hebrews crossed the Red Sea. It was placed in concrete by the Saudi government, but was removed because the Religious leaders started demanding its destruction because it proves the Jews had rights to Saudi Arabia.
This is the Omar Maine family in Colorado in 1915. Avery 1876-1952 is taking the Picture and Omar is not present. Ellen is the second right. Her daughter Fran 1898-1973 is holding Goldie. Ellen and Goldie go to Hennessey, Hennessey County, OK where they die.
Next to Fran and Goldie is Rose Ann Maine 1904-2000, Next left is Fran's husband, Mr. Bradley, Next is John Avery Maine 1909-1979, Next is Ellen 1878-1915, and Alfred Joseph Maine 1900-1960
Sargent James Hobbs and Emily Christian Little: July 1925 three months before James died.
James served in Captain HENRY MCGONIGLE'S Company D 21st Regiment.
Taken prisoner during the battle of Shilo Meeting House, Hardin County, Tennessee
A photo of the Parnell family in 1885.
Wedding photo of Alfred and Eda Rood.
Mary Lou "Vina" Hobbs Hammons and Sadie Brown: Sadie Brown is the Great Granddaughter of John Brown of Harper's Ferry fame.
This is a picture of the Hammons family Women. Ca 1930s
William Fry far left standing with beard. Brother Harvy by window in the back with Beard.
New Jersey Pharmaceutical lab Victims: This is Elanor Rebecca Berry Maine and youngest daughter Goldie born 28 Oct 1913 in Arriba, Lincoln, Colorado. They died within four days of each other in 1915 from the Cholera Epidemic that was developed in a New Jersey Pharmaceutical lab and released into the public. Testimony showed it was done to enhance the medical industry profits.