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12 comments

  1. Thanks for sharing Jane Taylor Kelly.

  2. Well, probably not much longer. Lets pray our coastal jewel does not suffer the vile infection rampaging in New Orleans right now.

    1. I agree, let’s leave our monuments, street names and park names alone! It’s history!

  3. I no longer live in Mobile Alabama. It has a special place in my hart. I still have family and friends that lives there. I love to visit when I can.
    So I like to share this and other articles on Facebook. I am getting into history of late. The older I get I see how important it is.

  4. There are a few French street names in New Orleans that are similar or the same as in Mobile .
    The trend in many cities now, is to rename them ( especially if they are Southern or CSA military officer’s names) to Martin Luther King Jr. 🙁

    1. Here is hoping that the next Huricane washes the trashy sinful city of Naw Lands out into the Gulf of Mexico.

  5. My father attended a veterinary college or school in Mobile in early 1920’s or 1930’s??
    He died when I was only 12 yrs of age and I never learned anything about it.
    I was told the school burned or something happened to it??
    Could someone tell me the name of the school/college, etc???
    Thanks,
    Shannon

  6. So what Indian Treaty gave away Mobile to the United States Federal Government?

    Anyone?

  7. As usual, half the story was not told. And it is the Civil War.

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