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- PATRON + FUNNY FRIDAY: It is hard to demonstrate jumping rope in a pencil thin skirt and 2 inch heels
- Pleas and the Snake – a story repeated often in the Tuscaloosa area.
- PATRON + The Walkers had a satisfying life in Jackson County, Alabama in 1938
- PATRON – Charter Members of Fraternal Organizations in Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama
- PATRON + GOOD OLE DAYS – Leave the driving to us
- Where was the exact location of the historic Dennis hotel in present-day Dadeville, Alabama?
- PATRON + There was no such thing as sending to the store to get a sack of flour in the early days of Alabama
- PATRON – Newspaper abstracts from Bibb Blade Jan 14, 1885 – Destructive storm – Immense loss of property
- PATRON + RECIPE WEDNESDAY – Buckwheat Cakes from 1894 recipe
- Land speculators flocked to Alabama Territory
Open: South Carolina – here are some [rare pictures] of historic buildings and the beginning of secessionRead More ...
Open: [Vintage pics] Can you imagine walking to Memphis, Texas from Arkansas with your family and all your belongings in the month of June? These people did