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History Talk: What's In A Name? How Buena Vista and Raphine Came To Be

February 28, 2021 4:00 PM

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They’re back! The Footnotes in Valley History duo of Richard Adams and Nancy Sorrells returns to the Wayne stage for more history fun with two more off beat and lively topics on the fourth Sundays of the new year. 

Sunday Feb. 28, 4 p.m. “What’s in a name? How Buena Vista And Raphine Came To Be”

What do cannonballs and sewing machines have to do with Buena Vista and Raphine? Well the answer, it turns out, is everything. Their names are linked to certain historic events. Of course, how you pronounce those two place names will also be a part of this fascinating discussion. Tune in for plenty of fascinating historical trivia that you might or might not have already known. 

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