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Many colonists escaped the Revolutionary War by settling in Alabama

Prior to 1800, many colonists loyal to the throne of Britain immigrated to north and south Alabama to escape involvement in the Revolutionary War…

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A soldier who served under Gen. George Washington has descendants in Alabama

Do you have the surname JOHNSON in your family tree? This Revolutionary War soldier may be your ancestor. Moses Johnson was a soldier in…

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UPDATE: Alabama Pioneers biography book – Volume one – has been revised with pics and links

Revised with direct links to many sources and burial sites! This book includes the genealogy of and biography of William Barrett Travis of Alamo…

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PATRON + UPDATED WITH PODCAST Alabama was the 1st home for two programs that helped married men during the depression

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was a public work relief program that operated from 1933 to 1942 in the United States for unemployed, unmarried men from relief families…

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Many Alabama pioneers were Revolutionary War soldiers

Great book for Genealogists and Alabama Historians! Biographies of Notable and Not-So-Notable Alabama Pioneers Vol. VIII is the eighth book of Biographies on Notable and Not-so-Notable…

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FEATURED BOOK: a delightful journey back to the Alabama days of the 1940s – 60s with a person who lived them

(FEATURED BOOK is the place we share books by Alabama Pioneers authors  on www.alabamapioneers.com  ) I enjoyed reading this delightful book! Brings back so…

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PATRON – Mrs. Graham’s obituary, a dreadful accident, and Administrators’ sales in Greenville in 1878

PATRON – Mrs. Graham's obituary, a dreadful accident, and Administrators' sales in Greenville in 1878. (Transcribed from THE GREENVILLE ADVOCATE, Greenville, Alabama, Jan 3,…