Tag: Alabama history

Patron

PATRON + Tuckabatchee and Tallassee were once two rival, thriving towns on the Tallapoosa River

HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF MACON COUNTY By H. M. King Written in 1881 NUMBER XIV Published in The Alabama Historical Quarterly, Vol. 18, No. 02,…

Patron

PATRON – May 23, 1846 – 56 names of Muster Roll from the Macon County, Alabama guards at Tuskegee – War with Mexico

MUSTER ROLL Of the Macon Guards Organized at Tuskegee, Ala., May 23, 1846, for the War With Mexico - From the Weekly Advertiser, Montgomery,…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

How a system of education was developed in early Alabama Part III – written by the first Superintendent

(Continued from Part II How a system of Public education developed in early Alabama Part III -The author Gen. William F. Perry was the first…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

UPDATED WITH PODCAST – Alabama threw parties for Lafayette [photographs] and Selma played a prank on the citizens of their town

General Lafayette General Lafayette, on his visit to America in 1824-25, spent the early days of April, 1825, in what is the State of…