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TWO HUNDRED YEARS AGO Conecuh County pioneers consumed moldy cornmeal [vintage pics]

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14 comments

  1. Ralph OrEva Murphy

    Joshua
    .couple of good books on early Alabama., and available on kindle

  2. Carol Young

    Conecuh county: birthplace and childhood home of Paternal Grandmother: Rhoda Gertrude Adams (Old Town) all the Adams family. Family migrated to Pace, FL. Where she married HUBBARD HENDERSON of Santa Rosa County

  3. Cindy Hammett Henderson
  4. John Veer

    Times were tough not that long ago for many. Our Terminex man shared with us that his mother,at times, had to sift weevils out of flour to make pancakes.

  5. Nancy Reed

    Not exactly the good old days. Our ancestors were tough and determined. I wish I could hear their stories.

  6. Richard Self

    Scott Slayton before life changing sausage was made there. Interesting story.

  7. Barbara Chesser

    Debbie Foley Russell, this was interesting to me. You might enjoy

  8. Carl Baker

    Looks just like my house.

  9. Great stuff. Love Alabama history.

  10. Francine Parker

    I enjoyed reading this article.

  11. Karen Mellema

    I love reading stories from my cousin from the past, he was such a great writer, historian and great Professor too.

  12. Delano Olds

    Mother always pinched off the mold on bread and we ate it. I still do, much to the consternation of my children.

  13. Tom Smithdeal

    Mold on cornbread is a proven digestive aid.

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