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- Hale County, Alabama has 10 historic sites and some ghost towns
- PATRON + MARSHALL COUNTY ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO -written in 1900 – Part I
- PATRON – Weddings, parties, and dances and town of Berry closing in 1923
- PATRON + SATURDAY SECRETS – Remove dents in a wooden bowl or breadboard by . . .
- Which story do you believe is true about the University of Alabama mascot, Big Al?
- PATRON + Gen. LaFayette Letters – On March 22nd, 1825 Thos. Farrar wrote a letter about Gen. LaFayette’s arrival
- PATRON – Society Personals and welcome to Naturalized citizens in the news December 1923
- PATRON + FUNNY FRIDAY – A bat in church
- We went to a three month school with a pot-bellied stove in Wilcox County, Alabama
- PATRON + Son of Revolutionary War, Gov. John Murphy settled in Clarke County
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