Spirit of American Citizenship Monument
Welcome to Latitude 34 North. Lat34North is an eclectic collection of information reflecting my wide range of interests. From Geography, to the sciences, exploration and history, Lat34North covers a wide range of topics. Do you remember the old saying about your eyes being bigger than your stomach? Well, on Lat34North, my ambitions are bigger than my web development skills and time to do the necessary research and not to mention build the various web pages. My plans call for a web site with several sections, each section devoted to what at first glance may be seemingly unrelated subjects, but if you squint really hard, you can find a relationship there.


The cities section is dedicated to the cities around the world that are located on (or close to) the 34th Parallel North of the equator. This section includes information on the city, its history and the history of the surrounding area. For cities in the US, the page will contain information about the state and in other cites around the world, the page will contain information about the country. Each page also includes information on the weather in the region, including some historical weather data.

The cities section also includes pages dedicated to defining the terms Latitude, Longitude, Navigation and the concept of Time. Have you ever heard a character on your favorite TV show or movie refers to Zulu time? Then visit "Time Zones - Zulu Time", the web page about time, to find out what Zulu time really means.

Colors around the fast facts section.

As you visit each city around the world, you will notice that the lines around the fast fact at the top of each page is a different color. The lines represent the colors of the flag of the nation that the city is in. The bars are red and green for Fes and Rabat-Salé, Morocco, and they are red, white and blue for each city in the United States.

Historic Markers

The Historic Markers section includes most of the Historic marker located across the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee, including many historic markers not found on other sites. You can locate the markers by county or search by keywords in the title or text. As an example, if you want to find all of the Historic Markers in Georgia that refer to the "Hightower Trail" in its title, simply go to the Search page, enter “Hightower Trail” in the search by title field and then click on the search button. A list of all of the historic markers in Georgia with the phrase “Hightower Trail” in its title will be returned. You can then view the text and location of each marker individually.


I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in November 1955 at the age of 18 months. At the time it was believed that I was the youngest known diagnosed case of diabetes. I am not a doctor nor have I had any medical training. I do not profess to be an expert or have any special knowledge about diabetes. My intent is to share a little of my life's story with you and a few things I have learned along the way.

Civil War Battlefield Monuments (Lat34North.com)

Are you a Civil War buff? Do you enjoy exploring America’s Civil War battlefields, either preserved or hiding on our cities street? If you are, consider uploading your discoveries to this site. Even if someone else beat you to the submission, you can still add a fresh photo, better directions, or some additional insight into the subject described. What do you get in return? We’ll credit each submission by publishing your name on that page, unless, of course, you wish to remain anonymous.

I will be adding more information and new sections through the year, so if you don't see what you are looking for now, come back later.


These are some of my favorite web sites.

Home Free - God Bless the U.S.A. (featuring Lee Greenwood and The United States Air Force Band)

Alabama - Angels Among Us ft Tim Foust * A Cappella * Chris Rupp

Song Around the World "Stand By Me"

Red Skelton's Pledge of Allegiance

I Have A Dream' Speech

American Diabetes Association

American Cancer Society

Slavery Today: Slavery did not end with abolition in the 19th century. Instead, it changed its forms and continues to harm people in every country in the world.

Quit Smoking

National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network

Atlanta History

Benchmarking Using your GPS unit and/or written directions provided by NGS, which are available for review by the public, you can seek out NGS survey markers and other items that have been marked in the USA.

Waymarking - provides tools for you to catalog, mark, and visit interesting and useful locations around the world.

Papa Bear's BeanchMark Hunting Site.

Calculate distance, bearing and more between two Latitude/Longitude points.

South Atlantic Water Science Center (SAWSC).

Hillary Duff - Fly

Demi Lovato - Skyscraper

Chely Wright - The bumper of my SUV

Center for Civil War Photography

Civil War Photo Gallery

India’s Amazing Tree Bridges Are Made of Living Roots and Vines!

Safe (Moira Dela Torre feat. Upper Room Worship MNL)

Significant Aviation History - 1st - 25 Best Years - (1958-83)

Building Marvels: Landmarks of the United States

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