The Golden Gate Bridge spans a mile wide and three miles in length channel between San Francisco and the Pacific Ocean. It has been declared one of the Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers. … Read More
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- Surveying Alabama – Trading Houses Established
- PATRON + President of US did not want Muscle Shoals settled
- PATRON – 1921 news from Thorsby, Alabama includes participants in debate from Helen Kellar Society
- PATRON + FUNNY FRIDAY: I trace family history so I will know whom to blame
- Women Steered The Boats While The Men Fought
- UPDATED WITH PODCAST PATRON + Did you know that Huntsville, Alabama has the distinction of having the oldest public water system in the United States west of the Appalachians?
- PATRON – On February 11, 1930, a man was fatally hurt by an electric train
- PATRON + GOOD OLE DAYS: I wonder how they decided that these cures worked!
- BIOGRAPHY: Johnston M. McCauley, (1817-1873) Perry County
- Eufaula, Alabama – written in 1875