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We have been chronicling Alabama history and telling Alabama stories through actual documents, vintage books, court records, and old newspapers for years in an effort to discover and “bring to light” the footprints left behind by our ancestors via our website, www.alabamapioneers.com and now our FREE Podcast, “The Alabama Grist Mill“.
Podcast Episode Posted March 23, 2018
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Read some of the stories in our history series
The first four Alabama Footprints books have been combined into one book,
From the time of the discovery of America restless, resolute, brave, and adventurous men and women crossed oceans and the wilderness in pursuit of their destiny. Many traveled to what would become the State of Alabama. They followed the Native American trails and their entrance into this area eventually pushed out the Native Americans. Over the years, many of their stories have been lost and/or forgotten. This book (four-books-in-one) reveals the stories published in volumes I-IV of the Alabama Footprints series.
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