Tag: 1800’s

Days Gone By - stories from the past

Gadsden – City of Champions was an exciting place Christmas of 1940- [vintage photos from Christmas 1940 & film]

The first substantial white settlement in what is now Gadsden was a village called "Double Springs".This was begun by a mixed American Indian and…

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Patron+ Gen. Woodward tells of coming to Alabama Governor’s aid during a fist fight in this letter written Nov. 1858

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Days Gone By - stories from the past

Scottsboro – Robert Thomas Scott the founder convinced a railroad to run the rail line through his property

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BIOGRAPHY: Samuel Noble born Nov. 22, 1834 – a sketch by his daughter Kate Q. Roberts

SAMUEL NOBLE A Sketch by His Daughter, Mrs. Kate Q. Roberts1 Samuel Noble, pioneer of the iron industry in the South and prophet of…

Alabama Pioneers HonoredBiographiesGenealogy Information

BIOGRAPHY: Abram Mordecai Revolutionary War soldier born October 24, 1755 – photographs

Click …/to see how to honor your ancestor as a Notable Alabama Pioneer HAPPY BIRTHDAY! ABRAM MORDECAI BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1755-1849) Montgomery and Tallapoosa County,…