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- A snake ate a small fawn in Walker County, Alabama?
- PATRON + Can you believe there were actually tooth brush drills in school in 1919? [see vintage pics]
- PATRON – Reward for escaped prisoner, a death and other events in Enterprise August 23, 1900
- PATRON + RECIPE WEDNESDAY: Roasted Eggs in Ashes
- BIOGRAPHY: Isaac Oakes, 1760, Thomas Oakes 1783 Perry County
- White women were rare in early South Alabama
- PATRON + The Alabama Territory Through An 1819 Visitor’s Eyes
- PATRON – Woman killed by lightning, boy struck by train and other news in Enterprise newspaper 1900
- PATRON + TOMBSTONE TUESDAY: Humorous Tombstones from England
- Many Native American Mounds in Counties in Alabama found in 1901
Open: [Amazing pics from 1900s] Can you imagine your 5-year-old child doing this on the streets in Washington D. C?
Open: [cool 1930s pictures & film] Middlesboro, Kentucky, a city with 3.6 mile meteor crater comes back strong after a flooding disaster
Open: [old film & pictures] The Ohio River Flood of 1937 surpassed all prior floods during the previous 175 years – great historic films