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- Ice once came down to Mobile, Alabama all the way from Kennebec, Maine
- Recipe Wednesday: Tips for Properly Canning Food from 1946….
- May 23, 1973 – one of the oldest university buildings in Alabama was destroyed by a tornado
- Tombstone Tuesday: From the Rocky Mountains and New Hampshire
- Names of the first settlers of Limestone County, Alabama and where they lived
- Monday Musings: The Good Old Days in Marshall County, Alabama [see old photographs]
- Oxen disappeared, overmatched marshall in Warrior, twelve houses burn
- Biography: Col. Joseph Hayes Acklen born May 20, 1850 – photographs
- Limestone County, Alabama – Part I described (with settlers) by a resident in 1867
- Imagine the number of hours it took to do this – I wonder how accurate it is
Open: Do you remember the first Shell Homes – They were much better than two room shacks [photographs]Read More ...
Open: This North Carolina sign is probably the most understated historical marker in America [photographs and film]
Open: He was one of the richest men in Europe when he was herded into a dirty cellar and shot. Do you know who he was?
Open: Pictures & film of coal-mining town Kempton’s playground for children – with great video of Life in a coal-mining town