2 edition of Scratch Ankle, U.S.A., American place names and their derivation found in the catalog.
Scratch Ankle, U.S.A., American place names and their derivation
Myron J. Quimby
|Other titles||American place names and their derivation|
|LC Classifications||E155 Q54|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||390|
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Quimby. Illustrated by Gloria Perry. Myron J Quimby, author of Scratch Ankle, U.S.A.;: American place names and their derivation, on LibraryThing LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site. This name sounds just like what it is. According to Scratch Ankle, USA: American Place Names and Their Derivation, the town gets its name from a.
Scratch Ankle, Alabama People here were often seen scratching their ankles to relieve itching from mosquito, flea or black-gnat bites, leading to a very literal town name.
A few years ago, one resident was quoted by the local TV station as saying, “If you roll up your pants and sit out in the afternoon, you’d call it Scratch Ankle too.”. Alfarata is a census-designated place located in Decatur Township, Mifflin County in the state of is located along U.S.
Route in eastern Mifflin County. As of the census the population was residents. The community was named. Lots of place names come from agriculture, the landscape, historical markers, and natural features like springs, waterfalls, and rivers. Still more are named for families in the community or values the community shares.
A few still leave visitors scratching their heads, and those are the ones with origin stories that even locals can’t agree on. The Stories That Shape Us: Contemporary Women Write about the West, An Anthology by Jordan, Teresa; Hepworth, James (eds.) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Origins: The abundance of place names in the U.S.
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Quimby of St. Petersburg, is a listing of interesting American place names and an explana-tion of their derivation. A number of Florida place names are included: Apalachicola, Boca Grande (means "big mouth").
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Scratch Ankle. According to a story in The Gadsden Times, the Monroe County community of Scratch Ankle got its name from a plethora of .An addictive easy way to shop for homes.
Americans use various methods to name their towns. Some chose to name it after a place they previously lived, some name it after a local geographical feature, and some take the bold step of naming it something so bizarre that it ensures their town sign will get stolen for generations to come.
New Mexico can lay claim to one of the truly unique place names in the United States—Truth or Consequences, named after a popular radio show nationally broadcast in the s and s. Host Ralph Edwards offered to shower with publicity any town willing to change its name to the name of his show, and Hot Springs, N.M., accepted the offer.