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- Historic Montgomery, Alabama Theatre partially collapses and is now being demolished
- Patron+ On February 22, 1825, William Rufus King wrote this letter to the Governor of Alabama
- Patron – In 1884, these citizens needed witnesses to prove their homestead continuous homestead in Cullman County, Alabama
- Biography: General George Whitfield Crabb born February 22, 1804
- Patron+ GOOD OLE DAYS: First highways in Alabama were only beaten trails and sometimes travelers were entangled in vegetation
- Biography: Thurston Harvey Allen born Feb. 22, 1864
- Biography: Miles Clayton Allgood born February 22, 1878
- Do you know anyone who participated in this local movie in 1929?
- Patron+ Marion County – the sad death of old mare Jenney and her colt from 1817
- Patron – Personal Notes from the Shelby County Iron Works, Alabama – 1883
Open: Circleville, Ohio – Displaced Farmers in 1938 had to live in shanty towns called Hoovervilles [vintage photographs]
Open: Nyssa, Oregon in 1942 -[pictures] The population changed drastically when Japanese Americans worked at a labor camp in 1942
Open: This article about educating children was written in 1837, but the words are still valid today!Read More ...
Open: Great [photographs] of Kempton, West Virginia children – Sometimes the children worked in minesRead More ...