(This article appears in Vol. II of the Dade County History Book. It was written several years ago and does not cover more recent history of the church. The article has been edited as the original article contains history of the community and the schools. The article i...

Dade County World War I Inductees. First Row: Len Mason, Asa Reeves, Grady Hawkins, Charlie Gass, Bert Holtzhower, Gene Bates. Second Row: Dent Dean, Ed Tucker, Byron Forester, Lawrence Gass, Boss Cole. Third Row:  Mike Castleberry, Frank Carroll, Charlie Redding, Dolp...

This time, instead of a history article, we’re having an historical picture. This picture shows a group of students at Rising Fawn Junior High. At this time, Rising Fawn went through the ninth grade, and we’re guessing that this might be the ninth-grade group. I know t...

Many of us in Dade County have heard the legend about Rising Fawn getting its name from an Indian of the same name, but how many know that Rising Fawn was once called Hanna? In the early days, a post office was often named for the postmaster who served there. Alexander...

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,Many Dade residents and Civil War buffs are familiar with the story...

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