Tag: TUSCALOOSA COUNTY

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A snake ate a small fawn in Walker County, Alabama?

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Days Gone By - stories from the past

MONDAY MUSINGS: Do you remember when doctors made house calls like this even for serious emergencies?

He should have stayed home by Shannon Hollon My maternal GGGrandfather was Charles Monroe Campbell MD (1867-1939) he graduated from the Tennessee Medical College(…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

MONDAY MUSINGS: Many tornadoes have taken the same path through Tuscaloosa according to this 1880 anecdote

NOTE: This anecdote about storms in Alabama was written in March 1880. Col. E. A. Powell, of Tuscaloosa, read by request, a very entertaining…

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Greenwood Cemetery is one of the oldest in Tuscaloosa, Alabama – these inscriptions includes many notes about early pioneers of Tuscaloosa

GREENWOOD CEMETERY, TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA  (Transcriptions below are from - The Alabama Historical Quarterly, Vol. 04, No. 04, Winter Issue 1942) Greenwood cemetery located in…

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News from August 27, 1911 – University of Alabama enrolls 400, Alabama fair, Y. M. C. A. and party in Pensacola

New from Tuscaloosa News August 27, 1911 ENROLLMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY WILL SHOW INCREASE J. C. Persons, bursar-registrar of the University of Alabama returned…