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- PATRON + FUNNY FRIDAY: This was what “taking the census” was like in Alabama in 1840s
- This woman broke a glass ceiling in Alabama on December 5, 1919!
- PATRON + Word About The Treatment Of The Native-Americans Spread
- PATRON – Alabama Bible Record: George Washington Rivers
- PATRON+ GOOD OLE DAYS: Do you remember trying to diaper a squirming baby using diaper pins?
- My ingenious mother had other plans for me at Christmas!
- PATRON + Pioneer Talladega, Its Minutes and Memories – Chap. 1 – Big Spring, Village Spring, and the Battle Ground
- PATRON + RECIPE WEDNESDAY – Green Corn Fritters – 1886 recipe
- PATRON – Genealogy notes on DUNAWAY FAMILY of Perry, Marengo, Dallas & Wilcox Counties
- Magnolia Springs, Alabama has had delivery of mail by water for one hundred years
Open: He was one of the richest men in Europe when he was herded into a dirty cellar and shot. Do you know who he was?
Open: Many colonial ancestors embraced the Quaker faith – this reveals why and how they where persecutedRead More ...
Open: [pictures] Rockingham – where General Washington wrote his farewell address, has been moved many times