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- On June 1, 1819, President Monroe surprised Huntsville, Alabama citizens with a visit
- PATRON + Amazing glimpse of train travel in 1874 as Dr. Connerly set out to secure items for a Free school
- PATRON – March 1861 – Clayton, Some names in legal notices include Hancock, Smith, McDonald, Pipkin, Calhoun, Thomas and more
- PATRON + TOMBSTONE TUESDAY – For I have another wife…funny tombstone
- Did you know that the Legislature branch was superior in Alabama’s first constitution?
- PATRON + There were many people against the Civil War in Alabama including these Unionists in Montgomery, Alabama in 1861 [films]
- PATRON – Alabama Bible Records: Charles Pickney Jones family
- PATRON + MONDAY MUSINGS: Random thoughts about stress [vintage pictures]
- BIOGRAPHY: Frederick Monroe James (1793 – 1863) Bibb County, Alabama
- Location of Chiaha, and Cherokees – Part I – Excerpt from Hugh Cardon’s 1936
Open: What if you had to pack everything in your house and move across country in a covered wagon like this?
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