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Lewis’ Tavern – in Macon County, Alabama was owned by the son-in-law of Big Warrior

Lewis' Tavern at Fort Bainbridge Peter A. Brannon was a pharmacist chemist, 1900-1910. He spent the remainder of his career with the Alabama Department…

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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,…

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PATRON – Varner-Alexander House [old photographs] – built by pioneer William Varner still remains in Tuskegee

(Thankfully this beautiful old home has been saved and fully restored.  It is now the residence of Tuskegee University's President.) (continued below) VARNER-ALEXANDER HOUSE ALSO…

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PATRON – “Feb. 10, 1881 – Tuskegee Institute was established by the Alabama Legislature”

(Photo African American students in mattress-making class, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala ca. 1902 (Frances Benjamin Johnston, Library of Congress) Tuskegee University was founded in…