Many people traveled to California from all over the country in the 1930’s seeking work due to the Great Depression and Dust Bowl. They traveled in many vehicles, by trains, trucks, cars and many were homemade trailers. Some even walked. … Read More
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- PATRON – Is your relative listed in these 1850 Alabama Death Notices?
- Biography: Judge Augustus Aurelius Coleman born May 21, 1826 – photograph
- PATRON + Women Steered The Boats While The Men Fought
- She tried kicking the ice to let the fish have air….see what happened next
- PATRON+ Winston County was first named Hancock County
- PATRON –Malaria, pneumonia, and accidents were in the news in Union, Alabama in 1915
- 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?
- Are you documenting your memories? This is how we use to do it…
- PATRON – Socials, Schools, baseball and church news from St. Elmo, Alabama 1915
- Biography: Hugh Morrow born May 19, 1873 – photograph