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PATRON + Hero Of The Alamo Killed An Alabama Man

This is an excerpt from ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Pioneers: Lost & Forgotten Stories (Volume 3) First Edition Become an Alabama Pioneers Patron/Patreon and unlock even…

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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.…

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PATRON + Gen. LaFayette Letters – On March 22nd, 1825 Thos. Farrar wrote a letter about Gen. LaFayette’s arrival

Governor Israel Pickens appointed General Thomas Farrar to accompany General LaFayette on his visit to Alabama in 1825. General Farrar wrote interesting letters about…

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Anne Newport Royall – the tornado of 1822, cure snake bite, politics & the day all the citizens of Huntsville fled town

Anne Royall (June 11, 1769 – October 1, 1854) was by some accounts the first professional woman journalist in the United States. When her…

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PATRON + Gen. LaFayette Letters – On March, 20th, 1825, Gen. Thomas Farrar wrote this letter about General LaFayette’s visit to Alabama

Governor Israel Pickens appointed General Thomas Farrar to accompany General LaFayette on his visit to Alabama in 1825. General Farrar wrote interesting letters about…

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Anne Newport Royall – relates how Huntsville celebrated President Washington’s birthday in 1821

[Anne Newport Royall was alive to witness the Revolutionary War and recorded her sentiments about the experience in this letter written on President Washington's…