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The Killing of Dr. Hellen in Greensboro, Alabama published in 1908

The story of the Killing of Dr. Hellen in Greensboro, Alabama published in 1908. Killing of Dr. Hellen1 (Published in 1908) Up to twenty-five or thirty years…

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Do you have ancestors in central Alabama? This book may help your research

Lying at the southern extremity of the Appalachian Mountains, Shelby County is richly endowed with abundant natural resources and unrivaled beauty in the profile…

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PATRON – Did you know that in 1896 Alabama had three sets of Republican delegates to the National convention?

AN ALABAMA CONTEST The United States presidential election of 1896 was the 28th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 3, 1896. It was…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

UPDATED WITH PODCAST & FILM -Forks of Cypress -1822 mansion in Florence, Alabama, had an air-conditioned basement

(Updated with a new film and Podcast) Five miles north of Florence, Lauderdale County, Alabama was a wonderful example of a temple type mansion,…

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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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Alabama Convention proceedings and members of the Democratic and Anti-Know-Nothing Party in 1856

(Transcribed from The Clarke County Democrat, Grove Hill, Alabama, January 31, 1856) PROCEEDINGS OF THE DEMOCRATIC and ANTI-KNOW NOTHING CONVENTION, Held in Montgomery, Jan.…