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- Some young girls who represented Alabama at Confederate reunions
- Avondale was a company town built around the Avondale Cotton Mill [see 1900 pics & film]
- Biographies of the Delegates to the Alabama Secession Convention Part IV
- MONDAY MUSINGS: Early to bed and early to rise is more conducive to health
- Alabama Bible Records: Dunn family of Autauga
- Did you know that nutgrass or nutsedge was not always part of the Alabama landscape?
- BIOGRAPHY: Rev. J. R. Capers born April 22, 1828 – African American
- Biographies of the Delegates to the Alabama Secession Convention Part III
- SUNDAY SOLILOQUY: Realities by Dorothy Graham Gast
- Transcribed personal abstracts from February 12, 1874 Birmingham Iron Age
Open: Circleville, Ohio – Displaced Farmers in 1938 had to live in shanty towns called Hoovervilles [vintage photographs]
Open: Nyssa, Oregon in 1942 -[pictures] The population changed drastically when Japanese Americans worked at a labor camp in 1942
Open: This article about educating children was written in 1837, but the words are still valid today!Read More ...
Open: Great [photographs] of Kempton, West Virginia children – Sometimes the children worked in minesRead More ...