It is illegal to metal detect in any National Park, National Recreational Area or at a National Monument. No metal detecting allowed in any of these National properties in Alabama .Continue reading
Fort Bibb Named for Alabama Territorial Governor William Wyatt Bibb, Fort Bibb was built in winter 1817-1818 to protect settlersContinue reading
Digital Alabama is for those with an adventurous spirit. We have no ties to travel companies or destinations. Whether you enjoy your adventures from the comfort of your easy-chair, spacious RV or a bone rattling four-wheeler our research and cross reference fomat reveals the unknown and untold.Continue reading
We love what we do. Finding the real story is exciting – especially when it can be shown that folklore and old newspaper articles are a bit removed from the whole story or the facts. We are professionals and are strictly business when doing our research but after hours we like to have fun, visit with others and dig for new stories. We are kids at heart. We endeavor to find the facts and introduce you to the history, culture, people and lifestyles of Alabama by way of entertaining stories.Continue reading
Harper’s cereographic map of the United States and Canada : showing the canals, rail roads, and principal stage routesContinue reading
This morning, Raven’s question was “Hey, Goanther, old gal, where is your partner in crime?” but the bird offered no answer. Instead, it turned away from Raven in silence. Haven’t seen him all morning Goanther thought to herself. She knew that meant her twin brother, Hipmoflux, was probably off doing what he usually does—causing trouble somewhere. She could not see how to ravens, hatched only minutes apart, could be so different.Continue reading
Saginaw Alabama Saginaw is an unincorporated community 2.5 miles north of Calera in Shelby County, Alabama. Saginaw is the homeContinue reading
Five Points is a town in Chambers county with a population of roughly 141.
The town’s first post office was built in a nearby community named Lystra. It was relocated to the current site of Five Points, and both the site and the post office were named Five Points for their location at the convergence of five major routes at the center of town.
Murder To Aid A Murder Bibb County Alabama Randolph Alabama Centeville Alabama January 15, 1891 Transcribed From Vernon Courier, LamarContinue reading
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Central East Alabama Region Maps Calhoun County Cherokee County Clay County Cleburne County Etowah County Jefferson County Randolph County ShelbyContinue reading