Open: [1930s photos & story] Lake Dick, Arkansas represents the most socialistically oriented of the many cooperative farms
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- James Acton (1746-1819) had many descendants in Alabama
- Have you ever heard the story about a ghost lady dressed in white on the old Bayview Bridge in Jefferson County?
- PATRON + Marine Hospital of Mobile
- Patron – On May 17, 1836, a mule and a hound dog were missing in Sumter County, Alabama
- This Alabama ancestral line is mentioned in a best-selling novel and inspired historical fiction series
- BIOGRAPHY: Nimrod Earle Benson, (1794-1854)
- Andrew Jackson protected friendly Creeks
- The Breaking Point for the Native-Americans
- Have you read any of our Biography Books?
- I knew something about mules, wagons, cotton and cotton houses