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This was what you had to worry about when you traveled on a steamboat in Alabama in the 1840s

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6 comments

  1. I enjoy reading your stories very much.

  2. JoAnn Donaldson

    Love this history of Alabama

  3. Heather Martin-Wright
  4. Any connection with this man and Tannehill State Park

  5. John Meise

    I have a $20 bill with this date on it in it’s serial number…that’s pretty cool 😀

  6. Zmp Inge’s casket was on that boat back to Tuscaloosa. He was killed in the Mexican war. He was my great great great grandfathers brother

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