Tag: Early Alabama

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PATRON + Did you know that some early settlers & speculators of Alabama land conspired with the British?

Did you know that some early settlers & speculators of Alabama land conspired with the British? (Text continued below) Speculation in Muscle Shoals "In…

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Stafford Hotel in Tuscaloosa sits on land of female college dating back to 1830 [old pics]

Stafford Plaza in 2009 stands on old site of first Alabama Female Academy in Tuscaloosa, Alabama ALABAMA FEMALE INSTITUTE (First called  Alabama Female Academy…

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Patron+ Good Ole Days – Imagine having to dye all your clothes like our ancestors did – Here are some of their recipes

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Patron+ Gen. Woodward tells of coming to Alabama Governor’s aid during a fist fight in this letter written Nov. 1858

Patron+ member story - Click …/ to see how to Become a Patron and unlock this story now. Catoma Creek Falls near old Montgomery, Alabama Wheeling,…

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Patron+ Did you know that in 1932 the Birmingham Municipal Airport was the only airport in the South that received an A-T-A rating [vintage photographs]

Patron+ member story  - Click …/ to see how to Become a Patron and unlock this story now. The Birmingham Airport opened in 1931. At the time…

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Spanish, French and English immigrants move to Alabama – natives threatened [pictures & film]

IMMIGRANTS ARRIVE IN ALABAMA SLOWLY (The following was transcribed as written from: Alabama, Her History, Resources, War Record, and Public Men: From 1540 to…

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Did you know about these Alabama firsts? [see pics]- Skeleton of pre-historic man found in cave, 1st trolley & 1st human rocket

Did you know......? "The world's first Electric Trolley System was introduced in Montgomery in 1886." Below: A busy street in Montgomery in the mid-1880s.…