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- PATRON – Alabama News in 1858 included a fire, two murders, a convention, and an election
- PATRON + MONDAY MUSINGS – Did you know this about our calendar?
- On December 22, 1937 – Tuscaloosa women learned the Dont’s about choosing a husband
- A rich time for a poor car- Alabama’s Keller Car
- PATRON + A letter from Fort Claiborne reported events in Alabama on May 16, 1818
- PATRON – Alabama Bible Record: John Cook Hendon – Pickens & Marion County
- PATRON + SUNDAY SOLILOQUY: Then something fell out of the Bible . . .
- Vice-President William Rufus King and his planned city
- PATRON + Huntsville – not many cities can boast of so many well-preserved old houses [see pictures & film]
- PATRON – Local news from Monroeville, Alabama January 5, 1867
Open: Do you remember the first Shell Homes – They were much better than two room shacks [photographs]Read More ...
Open: Belcher Ogden Mansion in NJ – where the British almost caught Gen. Washington but spoiled a wedding instead
Open: This bombing 101 years ago today is probably the first film of domestic terrorism in the United States!