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FIRST BOAT TRIP OVER MUSCLE SHOALS—1828 By GEORGE W. SWARTZ The Tennessee Valley is rich in history and the beautiful Tennessee River lying like a new moon upon which one makes good wishes in the northern part of Alabama has ... Read More

First Steam Boat Trip over Muscle Shoals was in 1828 [historic letter about the trip & vintage pics]

Design of Alabama State Capitol building When Alabama’s Capital was moved to Montgomery. the building was designed by Architect Stephen Decatur Button of Philadelphia. The contractors were Bird F. Robinson and R. N. R. Bardwell. It was two stories over a raised ... Read More

Original Alabama Capitol Building in Montgomery - Designed by Stephen Decatur Button of Philadelphia. Construction began in finished in December burned down in December

[Click on picture for more information] Even though it encompasses only 64 acres, Mooresville can boast to being the oldest incorporated town in Alabama and has a connection with two Presidents of the United States.  The town also has the oldest, ... Read More

The oldest incorporated town in Alabama has connections to two US Presidents [old photographs & film]

Fort Crawford - Escambia County, Alabama

Fort Crawford was a Seminole War fort that stood in East Brewton, Alabama. Raids from the outpost were launched across the border into Spanish Florida and it was used as a temporary prison for Red Stick Creek warriors during the First Seminole War.

Mobile, Alabama, a colony of France, Britain and Spain - these old photographs reveal its mixed heritage - Alabama Pioneers

Mobile began as the first capital of colonial French Louisiana in During its first 100 years, Mobile was a colony of France, then Britain, and lastly Spain.

Henry County was created on December 13, 1819. Great photographs of beautiful old houses! I wonder how many are still standing - http://alabamapioneers.com/henry-county-alabama/

Great photographs of some beautiful old houses in Henry County, Alabama!