In this coronavirus era, we can also gain some knowledge from past epidemics. One such - the flu epidemic of 1918-1919, also known as the "Spanish Flu," which killed as many as 40-million people worldwide.
The Rutherford County Historical Society proves there's more to local history than hidden tunnels, cannons and ghosts--although they do meet this Monday night at 7:00 in the County Archives Building, 435 Rice Street.
If you love local history, the Rutherford County Historical Society meets at 7:00 o'clock this coming Monday night in the Rutherford County Archives Building, 435 Rice Street. Tim James will tell the unique story of his father, Edsel Ford James, who started the Three-Ten Pipe and Tobacco Shop on East Main Street.
The Rutherford County Historical Society held its monthly meeting at 7:00 o'clock Monday night and WGNS' Bart Walker shared the history of Murfreesboro's first radio station.
The Rutherford County Historical Society had a spirit filled gathering Monday evening in the County Archives Building on Rice Street. Stones River Paranormal presented findings from local investigations.
The Rutherford County Historical Society is opening the Ransom School to the public on Saturday mornings, and Volunteer teams are needed to cover these hours.
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