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- How a system of education was developed in early Alabama Part II -written by the first superintendent in 1898
- PATRON + What’s the use of me talking about them times, its all passed and gone.
- PATRON – These people established a foreign immigration company for Alabama in 1865
- UPDATED WITH PODCAST – Gunpowder explodes in warehouse at Mobile and destroys half the town. [pictures & list of wounded soldiers]
- PATRON+ TOMBSTONE TUESDAY: Tombstone with life story? Plus tips from gathering information from tombstones
- Visit Alabama’s Haunted history in Old Alabama Town and take a trip to the past
- PATRON+ Native-Americans land declared independent communities
- PATRON – Bishop Divorce, new doctor and tax collector’s sales – Clarke County 1845
- UPDATED WITH PODCAST Marion, Perry County, Alabama was once called Muckle’s Ridge
- PATRON+ MONDAY MUSINGS: Negative news getting you down – Let’s think positive -[vintage pictures]
Open: It was the 5th largest industry in the USA but it has almost disappeared. Do you know what it was?Read More ...
Open: [1930s photos & story] Lake Dick, Arkansas represents the most socialistically oriented of the many cooperative farms
Open: President Washington & the Circle of Brilliants celebrated the 1st Anniversary of the French Alliance in this house