“The Perryman Ranch was established before Oklahoma statehood and is the Creek allotment of Mose S. Perryman, son of Tulsa’s “First Family,” George and Rachel Perryman.” (Perrymanranch.com) During the 1930s, Great Depression era, many writers were employed to interview people … Read More
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- Transcription – May 17, 1836, Voice of Sumter, Sumter County, Alabama
- An interview with John Davis Esquire before 1852 about Mrs. Caffrey’s capture by Native Americans
- THROWBACK THURSDAY: Curb Market Day – Do you remember this time?
- May 23, 1973 – one of the oldest university buildings in Alabama was destroyed by a tornado
- Biographies of the Delegates to the Alabama Secession Convention Part XI
- RECIPE WEDNESDAY: Have you ever had chigger bites? Here’s some old time cures – Do you have more?
- Biography: Walter Melville Drennen born 1851 – photograph
- I wonder what the settlers felt when they saw the empty Indians homes
- Newspaper Abstracts from The Florence Times October 6, 1905
- Biography: John White, Sr. born 1778, Lawrence, Talladega Counties, Alabama