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- Family connections to the Native Americans of some early white traders in Alabama
- First American ship ever sunk by a submarine was built in Mobile, Alabama
- BIOGRAPHY: Gen. Robert E. Steiner born 1862
- Fifty years ago the little town of Haleyville, Alabama was in the national spotlight!
- BIOGRAPHY: Rev. Henry Clark – Africa-American
- Parrish, Alabama Pulsating with Progress
- Undelivered letters near Huntsville, Alabama
- A love story and possible disinheritance hidden within the walls of Belvoir in Alabama
- Alabama Bible Records: Wasson Bible
- RECIPE WEDNESDAY: Desserts and treats from 1884
Open: Beautiful photographs while traveling through rural Georgia in 1937 reveal much about he peopleRead More ...
Open: DYK: Do you know why we use the phrase twinkling of an eye for something that happens quickly?Read More ...
Open: [vintage pics and story] Did you know that Vermont has the 1st written constitution abolishing slavery