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PATRON + In 1918, Schools were closed and public meetings or gatherings were prohibited by the Public Health Department

(Transcribed from The Weekly Herald (Wetumpka, Alabama, December 12, 1918) Spanish influenza appeared in many waves across Alabama at the end of WWI and…

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Biography: General John Archer Elmore born August 21, 1762 Revolutionary War Soldier

Happy Birthday! GENERAL JOHN ARCHER ELMORE BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1762-1834) Autauga County, Alabama General John Archer Elmore was born in Prince Edward County, Virginia…

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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…

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SUNDAY SOLILOQUY: Hotel Talisi – Fire may destroy buildings but it does not destroy our memories of this great place

NOT ALL THERE IS TO A FIRE by Inez McCollum It was with sadness that I read an article about the Hotel Talisi in…

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This article from 1861 describes what volunteers for service in the Confederacy had to furnish from home

During the War Between the States, men who volunteered for service from the South had to furnish their own clothing and equipment while in…