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    • Hignite's water mill.

    • Hignite's water mill.

    • Mills; Waterwheels; Dams; Streams; Men

    • Joseph B. Hignite's wooden water mill and splash dam on the Hignite Branch of Bullskin Creek. Mr. Hignite sits next to the wall of the mill. His son-in-law, Harve Hatton, is in front. Handwritten on bottom border: 400. See ULPA 1982.01.481.p for a...
    • Hignite's water mill.

    • Hignite's water mill.

    • Mills; Waterwheels; Dams; Streams; Men

    • Joseph B. Hignite's wooden water mill and splash dam on the Hignite Branch of Bullskin Creek. Mr. Hignite sits next to the wall of the mill. His son-in-law, Harve Hatton, is in front. See ULPA 1982.01.400.p for a similar image. Handwritten on...
    • Dr. Jones' home.

    • Dr. Jones' home.

    • Dwellings; Houses

    • House at First and Orchard Streets in Oneida. Mrs. Hogg sold this house to J. B. Hignite in 1903. Hignite sold it to James Anderson Burns in 1910, who in turn sold it to Robert Carnahan in 1914. Carnahan sold it to Dr. Preston Jennings Jones. See...
    • Making tar.

    • Making tar.

    • Men; Children; Log cabins; Porches; Country life

    • Jacob "Jake" West holds a young child. Joseph Hignite stands beside Jake and a tar kiln sits over an unlit fire pit nearby. Behind them, Polly West sits on the porch of the Wests' cabin and an unidentified man sits in the shade near the...
    • Home of Dr. Jones.

    • Home of Dr. Jones.

    • Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Fences; Trees

    • House at First and Orchard Streets in Oneida, Kentucky. Mrs. Hogg sold this house to J. B. Hignite in 1903. Hignite sold it to James Anderson Burns in 1910, who in turn sold it to Robert Carnahan in 1914. Carnahan sold it to Dr. Preston Jennings...
    • Class in session.

    • Class in session.

    • Teaching; Teachers; School children; Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; Classrooms; Blackboards

    • Thomas L. Britton instructs elementary students. Thomas, one of the early students and teachers at Oneida, married Nell Hignite. He was also in charge of Bethany Academy, the branch school at Big Creek, for about ten years. Handwritten on bottom...
    • Homemade compass.

    • Homemade compass.

    • Mills; Men; Grinding wheels; Compasses

    • Two men stand outside Joe Hignite's mill on Bullskin. One man is holding a homemade compass made of hickory that was used to mark out mill stones for grinding corn and wheat. Title supplied by cataloger.
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