Days Gone By - stories from the past

The first Tuberculosis Sanitarium in Birmingham area was located where English Village in Mountain Brook exists today

TUBERCULOSIS SANITARIUMS ARE NO MORE! by JEAN BUTTERWORTH It was announced in the Birmingham News that as of June 1, 2011 that the Public…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

Rev. James Hall – reports on the Old Presbyterian Church in Alabama prior to 1826 [old pictures]

The following has been transcribed from Transactions of the Alabama Historical Society: New series Volume 4 By Alabama Historical Society 1904 THE HISTORY OF…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

Glennville – a history of the people of by-gone days with pictures of some of their houses

GLENNVILLE, ALABAMA (Transcribed From Smartt, Eugenia Persons..History of Eufaula, Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.: Roberts & Son, printers, 1930, c1933. - Some of the homes mentioned…

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On Aug 6, 1879 – 30,000 people from Memphis fled from epidemic – some were put off in the woods rather than allow entrance into Alabama

On August 6, 1879 citizens of Alabama were in a near panic over the potential spread of a Yellow Fever epidemic from Memphis according…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

Historic letter validates & describes the Univ. of Alabama Cadet Corps participation in the Civil War

UNIVERSITY CADET CORPS (transcribed from The Alabama Historical Quarterly, Vol. 05, No. 01, Spring Issue 1943) (In June, 1903, correspondence was conducted between Mr.…