I'm geting ready for some super-difficult trivia, which I promised a while back. But first, where's this courthouse? I don't think I'm making this too easy by saying that one of my college professors wrote a book about this county. I read it when I was in college and for some reason had remembered this as in a different part of the state from where it actually is. The book is a wonderful community study, which relies in important parts on inventories of estates. The trusts and estates professor in me is pretty interested in this. Also, the book's introduction mentions the Confederate statue on the courthouse lawn! I'll talk a little more about this once we get this courthouse identified. And I also want to talk a little bit about the Confederate monument on the courthouse lawn.