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PATRON +”Inhabited By Some Interesting Characters in early Montgomery, Alabama”

This is an excerpt from the books ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Exploration: Lost & Forgotten Stories (Volume 1) First Edition and ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS - Volume I…

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PATRON + Learn this beautiful song and you will know the Cherokee alphabet! Excerpt from Hugh Cardon’s History of Cherokee County written in 1936 – Part III

The Alabama Cherokee Sequoyah invented the Cherokee alphabet and after 1829, the Cherokee people printed a weekly paper. HUGH CARDON'S HISTORY OF CHEROKEE COUNTY,…

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PATRON + UPDATED WITH PODCAST – Francis Scott Key who wrote America’s national anthem was sent as a peacemaker between settlers and Indians in Alabama [photographs]

Did you know that Francis Scott Key, who wrote America's national anthem arrived in Alabama in the role as peacemaker? Read about his mission…

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Francis Scott Key who wrote The Star Spangled Banner shared a close friendship with Alabama Governor Gayle’s wife and daughter

This story is an excerpt from Alabama Footprints Volume V - VIII The story below reveals the close friendship Francis Scott Key shared with Alabama…

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Elmore County, Alabama [film and photographs] was home to many Native American towns

Update: Next Fort Toulouse - Fort Jackson frontier days are on November 7, 2018 - Mark your calendar. Elmore County created 1866 Elmore County…