A Mishap (Transcribed from Birmingham Iron Age published on March 26, 1874) We have a gravel roof on our house and the other day some workmen were up there fixing it. They had a block and tackle rigged on the … Read More
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- A great Alabama story about Rachel Donelson, Wife of President Andrew Jackson,
- PATRON + Alabama Folklore, Part III – The Earth Shake, White Folklore, – Famous Brigande
- PATRON – Randolph County, Alabama – (D) – Civil War soldiers with links to gravesites
- PATRON + FUNNY FRIDAY: This is so funny but I imagine quite typical . . .
- David Moniac’s letter to David Tate concerning his father’s property – a historic treasure
- PATRON + News from November 17, 1931 reveals the difficulties Alabamians had during the Great Depression
- PATRON – Randolph County, Alabama – (C) – Civil War soldiers with links to gravesites
- PATRON + GOOD OLE DAYS- Teaching in Alabama in the 1870s was quite an experience!
- On December 4, 1888, a riot took place Birmingham, Alabama, resulting in many deaths
- PATRON + Part 2 – Joseph F. Roper Diary excerpts from 1846 -1853