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PATREON NEWS: FREE PDF book for $5+ PATRONS is now ready for downloading!

The post with the monthly(FREE) download of PDF attachment of the book, Alabama Genalogy Notes paperbacks vol 2 by Donna R. Causey has now…

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Longest period of peace with Indians before 1812 occurred when a member of George Washington’s staff was Indian agent

[Col. Hawkins, a member of President George Washington's staff and aristocrat, held the longest period of peace with the Creek Indians prior to 1812.…

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UPDATED WITH PODCAST – A historic ghost town in Mississippi was once a prospering town in Marion County in Alabama

Artifacts date back to 600 B. C. The ghost town of Cotton Gin Port in Monroe County, Mississippi was once part of Marion County…

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UPDATED WITH PODCAST -An ancient lost Native American town Abihka [see pics & films] in Alabama has close ties to Henryetta, Oklahoma

Abihka was one of the four mother towns of the Muscogee Creek Confederacy. The Abihka were the remnants of the 16th century "Chiefdom of…

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ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Series – Removal includes treaties, speeches of officials Indian removal

  ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS - Removal includes many of the speeches, letters and methods used by the U. S. Government to remove the Native Americans from…

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PATRON +”After we had been in the Fort six months, the Indians became very hostile, burned houses, corn, destroyed cattle”

(Margaret Eades was the wife of Jeremiah Austill of the Legendary Canoe Fight. She, like her husband was an early pioneers of Alabama. In…