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Many Alabama colonial ancestors embraced the Quaker faith and were persecuted for their beliefs

Faith and Courage: 2nd Edition -presents the religious persecution of Quakers in Pre-Revolutionary War days of America intertwined with a love story. The characters…

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PATRON-BIOGRAPHY: Dr. Wilds Scott Dubose (1837 – aft 1904)

DR. WILDS SCOTT DuBOSE BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1837-aft. 1904) Shelby County, Alabama Dr. Wilds Scott DuBose, was a physician of standing and good practice…

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Do you know which school [click to see films & pics] in Alabama still exists after four moves, two fires, the Civil War, and a name change?

Founded in 1833, on a farm near Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama. The College was first opened in 1833 as a manual labor institution as a…

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Are you searching for family members who were in central Alabama prior to 1901? This is a good resource

The University of the State of Alabama was opened on April 18, 1831, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the state's capital at the time, and many…

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PATRON – Do you know the name of the college in Alabama (still exists) that was once the leading college in the South?

Today, LaGrange College is a private, four-year liberal arts and sciences college, affiliated with the Methodist Church in LaGrange, Georgia. LaGrange College actually opened…