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The bridge was formerly known as "Bluestone High Bridge" before its name was changed to what it is today. The structure stands tall over the river.
View looking down the river. Two unidentified men are pictured on the far right on top of a rock overlooking the body of water.
Three unidentified persons and a dog are pictured in the water.About a 1/4 mile up the river from this location near the mouth of the river, baptizing's were held.
Lark and Nannie pictured sitting on the porch outside their home, where Prince and Eva Neely first set up married life. The house is located near the Larkin-Meadors store.
Emma Walker Meador on the far right with Matt Cook to her right. The rest of the unidentified men haul sticks and wood across the land. The farm is now known as Meador Camp Ground at the Bluestone State Park.