“Nickajack Cave is a large, partially flooded cave in Marion County, Tennessee. It was partially flooded by the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Nickajack Lake, created by the construction of Nickajack Dam in 1967.” In the 1850s, people would ride boats down … Read More
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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