Tag: Mobile County

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PATRON + GOOD OLE DAYS Ice once came down to Mobile, Alabama all the way from Kennebec, Maine

RECALLS DAYS WHEN ICE CAME DOWN FROM MAINE BY SHIPS Captain John Dorgan has Wealth of Memories after 55 Years Spent on "Old Man…

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PATRON – A birth, protested baseball game, businessmen, and Lone Oak Club make the news in Grand Bay, Alabama in 1915.

(Transcribed from The Grand Bay News, Grand Bay, Alabama, October1, 1915) GRAND BAY NEWS NOTES Congratulations to our friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fletcher,…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

Mobile, Alabama, a colony of France, Britain and Spain – this {film and old photographs} reveals its mixed heritage

 First Capital of Colonial French Louisiana "On January 20, 1702, French colonists, led by Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville, establish Fort Louis de la Mobile on a…

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Interesting description of a group of people called Cajans around Mobile Alabama written before 1940 –

THE CAJANS OF SOUTH ALABAMA Occupying the pine and oak woods of Mobile County in southern Alabama are a group of people of mixed…