Alabama Pioneers

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Letter from Gen. Thomas S. Woodward in 1857 mentions some early settlers of Alab...

[...] Gen. Thomas S. Woodward in 1857 mentions some early settlers of Alabama appeared first on Alabama Pioneers. [...]

Shelby County, and other central Alabama counties were once beachfront property....

[...] counties were once beachfront property. Do you think it will happen again? appeared first on Alabama Pioneers. [...]

Have you ever seen the ghost lady of the lake dressed in white on Bayview Bridge...

[...] ever seen the ghost lady of the lake dressed in white on Bayview Bridge? appeared first on Alabama Pioneers. [...]

Jefferson County was once part of Blount County, Alabama

[...] More The post Jefferson County was once part of Blount County, Alabama appeared first on Alabama Pioneers. [...]

The garden spot of Jefferson County, Alabama

[...] First settlement in Jefferson County, Alabama was a garden spot That part of Jefferson County where the first settlement was made, and which seems likely to be diverted into a great [...]

Oh the stories Elyton in Jefferson County, Alabama could tell!

[...] After several years’ residence there, (Jefferson County, Alabama) Williamson Hawkins moved to the farm four miles west of Birmingham, where Mr. [...]

The removal of the Native Americans caused murders to be committed

[...] (This has been transcribed from Chapter Two – Jefferson County and Birmingham History 1887 by Teeple & Smith Publishers) About the year 1836 great [...]

First church building in Birmingham built from seeds planted by two sisters from...

[...] St. John’s Episcopal Church Elyton, Jefferson County, Alabama St John’s Episcopal Church was founded in Elyton, Jefferson County, Alabama in 1850. [...]

Woodward writes J. J. Hooper in September 1858 about Alabama

[...] WHEELING, WINN PARISH, LA. September 16, 1858. To J. J. HOOPER, Esq:   Dear Sir — I do not take my pen in hand [...]

Woodward tells of warding off blows against Alabama Governor in letter written N...

[...] Wheeling, Winn Parish, Louisiana November 27th, 1858. To J. J. Hooper, Esq: Dear Sir: My health has been bad of late — [...]

Gen. Thomas S. Woodward writes Col. Albert J. Pickett in August 1858 about error...

[...]  Woodward was a brigadier general of the Alabama militia. He died in 1861. WHEELING, WINN PARISH, LA., August 12th, 1858. ... Read More The post Gen. Thomas S. Woodward writes Col. [...]

Letter about Indians written in June, 1858 with photo of T. S. Woodward

[...] WHEELING, WINN PARISH, LA. June 13th, 1858. J. J. HOOPER, Esq.: : Dear Sir: — Some time in April last I directed a [...]

Can you imagine receiving mail only once a week?

[...] (This has been transcribed from Chapter Two  of Jefferson County and Birmingham History 1887 by Teeple & Smith Publishers) Our mail facilities in the early history of [...]

The removal of the Native Americans caused murders to be committed

[...] (This has been transcribed from Chapter Two – Jefferson County and Birmingham History 1887 by Teeple & Smith Publishers) About the year 1836 great excitement was caused in [...]

Jefferson County was once part of Blount County, Alabama

[...] (The following has been transcribed from Chapter Two of  Jefferson County and Birmingham History 1887 by Teeple & Smith Publishers) The territory which constitutes the county of [...]

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Letter from Gen. Thomas S. Woodward in 1857 mentions some early settlers of Alab...

[...] Gen. Thomas S. Woodward in 1857 mentions some early settlers of Alabama appeared first on Alabama Pioneers. [...]

Shelby County, and other central Alabama counties were once beachfront property....

[...] counties were once beachfront property. Do you think it will happen again? appeared first on Alabama Pioneers. [...]

Have you ever seen the ghost lady of the lake dressed in white on Bayview Bridge...

[...] ever seen the ghost lady of the lake dressed in white on Bayview Bridge? appeared first on Alabama Pioneers. [...]

Jefferson County was once part of Blount County, Alabama

[...] More The post Jefferson County was once part of Blount County, Alabama appeared first on Alabama Pioneers. [...]

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