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- Touring Alabama in 1820, 1821 – Part IV Letters written home by Adam Hodgson
- Could you walk eight miles each day to get to your job like this?
- Men’s faces were clean-shaven in the early days of Alabama
- RECIPE WEDNESDAY: Barbecue Spareribs – recipe from the 1940s
- Touring Alabama in 1820, 1821 – Part III Letters written home by Adam Hodgson
- Tombstone Tuesday: Advertising on tombstones from a grieving wife
- The Wayside Cottage – what life was like for a sharecropper in Lowndes Co. in 1935
- MONDAY MUSINGS: This newspaper article could have been written today instead of the 1880s
- Maude, the horse – humorous story from Lowndes County, Alabama
- Touring Alabama in 1820, 1821 – Part II Letters written home by Adam Hodgson
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