Alabama Pioneers is a labor of love for us. We have been devoted to discovering and sharing the footprints left behind by our ancestors through photographs, films, stories, biographies on our website, Alabama Pioneers and our Podcast, “ The Alabama Grist Mill“. We have been chronicling Alabama history and telling these stories for over 10 years and constantly are working to bring more stories in exciting new ways.
Now we have an interactive level
We have recently taken a step further and created an interactive level where members of the Alabama community can contribute their comments, add pictures, ask queries and communicate with each other within the frame of this website.
We have two levels of stories on Alabama Pioneers, the FREE level, and the PATREON/PATRON (interactive) level. There are tiers of participation within the Patreon/Patron community with rewards and bonuses only for Patreon/Patron members at each tier of participation. Click here to learn more about the interactive level
Discordance: The Cottinghams (Volume 1) – A novel inspired by the experiences of the Cottingham family who immigrated from the Eastern Shore of Virginia to Bibb County, Alabama
Filled with drama, suspense, humor, and romance, DISCORDANCE continues the family saga from the Tapestry of Love series with the children of Mary Dixon who married Thomas Cottingham.
Inspired by true events and the Cottingham family that resided in 17th century Somerset, Maryland and Delaware, colonial America comes alive with pirate attacks, religious discord, and governmental disagreements in the pre-Revolutionary War days of America.
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Would love to always get updated outstanding blog!
Talking about tornados why not the ones that h it Al in 1932
There over 400 deaths in the state!
it is in a book at Amazon Called the Great Cyclone Written By
A Latham Desc.
The name in the tornado story from 1919 should be John Calhoun McRae and his store was the McRae Mercantile. He was my great-grandfather.