“Nickajack Cave is a large, partially flooded cave in Marion County, Tennessee. It was partially flooded by the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Nickajack Lake, created by the construction of Nickajack Dam in 1967.” In the 1850s, people would ride boats down … Read More
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- Do you remember when bear, panther and wolf were common in early Alabama?
- Two important events in Alabama history happened on May 21. Do you know what they were?
- Details of a shootout on 1st Avenue in Birmingham, Alabama on May 21 one hundred and thirty years ago
- Death and Marriage notices from Autauga County, Alabama 1850s – 1870s newspapers
- Biography: Benjamin Wilson born 1773
- MONDAY MUSINGS: Important words to remember by Archivist Peter A. Brannon (1882 -1967)
- Take away all the buildings and imagine Birmingham with just tents everywhere!
- Did you know six years before the Wright Bros. famous flight a manned glider flew 15 feet over Mobile Bay beach in Alabama?
- SUNDAY SOLILOQUY: Sometimes life doesn’t go as planned….
- Biography: Col. Joseph Hayes Acklen born May 20, 1850 – photographs