“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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- Have you ever heard of the dumb supper? It use to be quite popular in Pike County, Alabama
- Celebrate Oktoberfest in Cullman with German descendants!
- FiF – Fix it Friday: Household hints from the past – these are still helpful
- Lawrence County, Alabama was named for the Captain who said, “Never give up the ship”
- FiF Fix-it Friday: Building and household hints from early 1800s
- John Murrell – Terror of the Natchez Trace
- Have you ever heard of John’s Domain in Escambia County, Alabama?
- RECIPE WEDNESDAY: Spoon Bread – recipe from 1924
- On Sept. 19, 1881 Birmingham citizens assembled to express their grief
- Tombstone Tuesday: Which received the best dinners?