My parents were Jack and Betty Barnes Cunningham. Father was born in Tennessee, mother in Kentucky. (dates unknown)
Another warming trend with excellent soil moisture, hopefully we are getting gardens planted. I am excited about a new development in the Murray County Farmers Market for this spring.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has created a lot of uncertainty, one thing is certain when it comes to Americans. We always come together in times of crisis.
This week we have the Indian Pioneer Paper of Henry Tussey. This interview was recorded by WPA fieldworker Warren Morse on March 2, 1937 at Mr. Tussey’s residence in Tussey, Oklahoma.
The natural disaster caused by COVID-19 is unlike any other our nation has encountered in modern history. Its impact is severely felt across the whole of society – causing an unprecedented strain on our public health defenders and medical providers as well as sharp economic losses and unexpected disruptions for Americans of all stripes. Hardworking Americans, families, communities, small businesses and numerous industries have been hit hard and fast in a matter of days and weeks.