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- Elmore County, Alabama [film and photographs] was home to many Native American towns
- SUNDAY SOLILOQUY: This story has a very important message about sharing memories before it’s too late
- Patron+ Part I Joel D. Murphree – Autobiography and Civil War letters
- Patron -Tax collectors sale real estate property in Birmingham 1875 – names and location included
- Biography: George Willoughby Hails born January 20, 1847 – photograph
- Biography: Andrew Barnwell Miley, Sr. born January 20, 1818
- Patron+ On January 19, 1818, the First Senator Of Alabama Met Alone And Voted On Bills
- Presbyterian Church – my first preach was made, in a little grocery. I stood by a whiskey barrel, upon the head of which I laid my books.
- Patron – Boys with Pops, Pussy’s Predicament, Deaths, and Visitors
- Biography: Charles Abercrombie born ca.1742 – a Revolutionary War Soldier
Open: He married a child of thirteen-years of age and got ten dollars for ten years work – Do you know his name?
Open: The Klickitat, Yakima, and Umtilla Native Americans – beautiful photographs taken in early 1900sRead More ...
Open: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is one of the earliest existing Episcopal Church buildings on the Eastern Shore