| December 8, 2019
Stories of paranormal activity have been told about Sweetwater Mansion for many years. Numerous apparitions have allegedly been seen in and around the house.
The 1st Alabama Cavalry was raised from Alabama Unionists at Huntsville, Alabama and Memphis, Tennessee in October, 1862 after Federal troops occupied the area. It was attached to the XVI Corps in various divisions until November 1864, when it became part of the XV Corps. During this time, its duties mostly consisted of scouting, raiding, reconnaissance, flank guard, and providing screening to the infantry while on the march.
Veterans Skate Park Alabaster AL
BEAR MEAT CABIN
Blountsville Alabama, Blount County Alabama
Blountsville is located in northern Blount County, in the Blountsville Valley at the intersection of County Highway 26 and U.S. Highway 231.
Walls of Jericho Forever Wild
The Walls of Jericho Trail System in located within the Forever Wild Walls of Jericho Tract in Jackson County, Alabama, near Hytop, Alabama, which consists of 12,510 acres bordering Tennessee.
The Lost Confederate Gold
Legend tells of two crates, each sized about 2'x3'x4' were filled with gold and silver coins said to be around $100,000 in value and buried by Confederate forces.
French Treasure Ship Yet To Be Found
In September 1724, a French merchant ship was located off the coast of present-day Alabama near present-day Dauphin Island.
Tales Of Treasure
The Legendary Treasure of Red Bone Cave
A Saga Magazine article from January 1972 called "The Legendary Treasure of Red Bone Cave," states many historians believe limestone cliffs along the north side of the Tennessee River in the Shoals house a treasure from Hernando de Soto.
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ANTIOCH CHURCH, Skirmish near, Aug.
Oct 26-27, 1863
Engagement at Little Bear Creek
In the fall of 1863, the largest engagement in Northwest Alabama during the Civil War was fought at Little Bear Creek, about three miles west of Tuscumbia, Alabama. Nearly 12,000 Union and Confederate troops were involved.
April 2-9 1865
Battle of fort Blakely
Location: Baldwin County
Campaign: Mobile Campaign (1865)
Date(s): April 2-9, 1865
Principal Commanders: Maj.
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Mulberry Creek Tributaries
Reports that all tributaries of Mulberry Creek contain gold.
Gold In Alabama
History of Gold in Alabama
But the foremost strike of gold occurred in 1830 along the tributaries of Blue and Chestnut Creeks in Chilton County.
Gold In Clay County Alabama
Clay County Alabama Gold Map
Placer gold is found in many streams in the county including Crooked Creek, Wesobulga Creek and the Tallapoosa River.
City of Madison Alabama
Madison Alabama is a city located primarily in Madison County, Alabama near the northern border of the State of Alabama.
Alexander City Alabama
SEE MORE OF TALLAPOOSA COUNTY
Alexander City, known to locals as "Alex City", is a city in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, United States, with a population of some 14,875.
The City of Sumiton is located on the eastern edge of Walker County and the city limits extend into Jefferson County.
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The double valley separating Raccoon Mountain, on the northwest, from Lookout and Chandler Mountains, on the southeast.
Historical Sites in Clarke County Alabama
Alphabetical listing of historical sites in Clarke County Alabama.
POPE'S TAVERN FLORENCE ALABAMA
Pope's Tavern and Museum is located at 203 Hermitage Drive in Florence, Alabama.
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