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Southern heritage

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Southern heritage. Learn about the rich history, diverse culture, and cherished traditions that make the South truly unique. Uncover the beauty and charm of this enchanting region.
Southern traditions designed to repel haints and spirits - It's a Southern Thing Haint Blue, Bottle Trees, Ghost And Ghouls, Old Fashioned, Southern, Spirit, Traditional, Words, Ritual

Like many regions with a very specific identity, the South has plenty of folklore. And within that folklore, you can find several old-fashioned ways to repel spirits, or "haints."So what is a "haint?" It's just another word for a ghost or spirit, a derivative of "haunt." For centuries, Southerners h...

Photograph of Members of the 57 Georgia Regiment. GCSU Library Special Collections via Flickr. American Soldiers, American Civil War, American History, Civil War Confederate, Confederate States Of America, Southern Heritage, War Image, Civil War Photos, Le Far West

Title: Photograph of Members of the 57 Georgia Regiment Creator: unknown Date: circa 1860's Format: Image: photo, b & w, 6.76 x 4.833 Description: Officers of Company H (Independent Volunteers) of the 57th Georgia Regiment, Army of Tennessee, 1863. Left to right, First Lieutenant Archibald C. McKinley, Captain John Richard Bonner, Scott (cook), and Second Lieutenant William S. Stetson Collection: James Bonner Collection Identifier: JCB_Photo_57_Georgia_1863

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