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- Amazing pictures of the early Presbyterian schools, churches and missions in Alabama
- PATRON+ Grandpa Lolly’s Birthday Party in 1939
- PATRON – A Jail Break took place in Huntsville February 7, 1862
- PATRON+ TOMBSTONE TUESDAY: Epitaphs on the tombstones of some famous people
- Here is the house of the orator from Alabama argued for secession prior to the Civil War [story and film]
- PATRON+ Cleburne County was organized after the Civil War
- PATRON – A death, an election, and notices make news Feb. 19, 1862 in Huntsville, Alabama
- Biography: Thomas Pinckney Johnston born Aug. 19, 1869 – photograph
- PATRON+ Monday Musings: Do you know anything about these photographs?
- Happy Birthday Rickwood! – the oldest standing baseball stadium in the nation
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