Author: Amanda Gallatin

Amanda Gallatin was born, raised, and currently resides in East Alabama. After graduating from The University of Alabama with a degree in Communication & Information Sciences, she worked for a non-profit teacher recruitment organization before launching a career in Information Technology. She is a believer in the "Go Local" movement, which encourages citizens to volunteer, support local merchants, and take pride in their community's culture and history. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys cooking, spending time outdoors, and tending to her chickens.
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Don’t miss out on the sale –Over half-price off this paperback!

Click here to see the paperback version of Alabama Footprints Confrontation is on sale for $5.49 (List price $12.97) just in time for Christmas…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

The old Mossy Grove School is now a popular restaurant in Troy, Alabama

Mossy Grove Schoolhouse by Amanda Gallatin The Mossy Grove School House Restaurant in Troy is a popular dinner spot with a long history. Locals…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

Two of the oldest & best preserved examples of Greek Revival architecture in Alabama can be found in Russell County

A Tale of Two Churches By Amanda Gallatin On a rural stretch of Russell County Highway 22, one can find two of the oldest…