On June 4, 1862, Confederate troops evacuated Fort Pillow on the Mississippi River in Tennessee, paving the way for Union troops to take the city of Memphis. This spoon isn’t nearly that old, but it does bring up memories of another war that involved the people of Tennessee. At the top, appears to be the […]
This monstrosity is the newest addition to my collection and an immense source of pride.
I asked my daughter what state I should feature today and she suggested Tennessee. I only have three spoons from the Volunteer State, so I was sort of surprised when it was the second spoon I grabbed out of the pile. This one features two poorly painted, but happy looking musicians on top of a […]