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- Could this be the University of Alabama’s highest scoring game?
- Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama did not have electric lights until 1883
- On October 20, 1887 residents of Hartselle, Alabama learned . . .
- The Night I Went to the Yacht Club in (Tuscaloosa, Alabama) dressed in a Tablecloth!
- Clay County – where the highest point and the Alabama Gold Camp is located
- Riverboat gamblers often paid the ultimate price on Alabama steamships in the 1830s
- RECIPE WEDNESDAY: Boiled and German Custard recipes from the 1890s
- Both Pres. Madison and Gen. Jackson owned land in Lauderdale County, Alabama
- Tombstone Tuesday: This was evidently not a loving family
- BIOGRAPHY: Rev. J. C. Curry – October 17, 1852 – African American