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Patron+ Russell County was largely inhabited by Yuchi and Muscogees

EARLY RUSSELL COUNTY, ALABAMA Russell County was created by the legislature, December 18, 1832. It was taken from the last Creek cession. December 15,…

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Patron – The Butler County News – 1914 includes personal news from the community of New Home about visits from relatives.

(Excerpts transcribed from The Butler County News, Georgiana, Alabama September 10, 1914) NEW HOME Mr. Ed Tillman, of Opp, visited his aunt, Mrs. J.…

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Did you know that the University Club in Tuscaloosa was once the Governor’s Mansion? [vintage pictures]

The history of the beautiful University Club in Tuscaloosa dates back to the very beginning of the state of Alabama. Captain James H. Dearing,…

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{film} Did you know that people were persecuted because of their religious beliefs and some were even killed in the founding days of America?

Read about this sad period of American history in the three-book historical series, Tapestry of Love.  Inspired by true events, these three novels take you back…

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Patron – The Butler County News – Local and Personal in 1914 include news of marriage, rattlesnakes, election, and watermelon prize winner

(Local news excerpts transcribed from The Butler County News, Georgiana, Alabama September 10, 1914) Mr. Mark Carpenter and Miss Bertha Sellers of near McKenzie…

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Madame Wooster cared for the sick in Birmingham & had a romance with John Wilkes Booth is honored at UAB

[The Lou Wooster Public Health Award at the University of Alabama in Birmingham School of Public Health is presented annually by the University of…