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There has been a rumor that slave tunnels are under a mansion in Tuscaloosa.  A news crew investigated the story in a three part video at the bottom of the page  and found out what they discovered. The information and illustrations ... Read More

There has been a rumor that slave tunnels are under a mansion in Tuscaloosa. A news crew investigated the story in a three part video at the bottom of the page and found out what they discovered. The information and illustrations ... Read More

[Did you know that the city of Birmingham, Alabama was almost named Muddtown?]  The “city” of Birmingham was incorporated by the legislature, December 19, 1871. Birmingham was founded in July, 1871, through the merger of three pre-existing farms towns by ... Read More

[Did you know that the city of Birmingham, Alabama was almost named Muddtown?] The “city” of Birmingham was incorporated by the legislature, December 19, 1871. Birmingham was founded in July, 1871, through the merger of three pre-existing farms towns by ... Read More

Tuscaloosa, Alabama - Can you find the locations mentioned in this 1916 article? - http://alabamapioneers.com/tuscaloosa-alabama-exploration/

Tuscaloosa, Alabama - Can you find the locations mentioned in this 1916 article? - http://alabamapioneers.com/tuscaloosa-alabama-exploration/

Crater rock photo by Vicki Lais – Birmingham Paleontological Society - See more at: http://alabamapioneers.com/wetumpka-meteor/#sthash.RhzYJ2e5.dpufPS Scouting Trip

Crater rock photo by Vicki Lais – Birmingham Paleontological Society - See more at: http://alabamapioneers.com/wetumpka-meteor/#sthash.RhzYJ2e5.dpufPS Scouting Trip

In early frontier Eufaula, Alabama, there were but few stores in the town, and not many dwellings, all of them were constructed of rough logs. Up to the winter of 1834 there was not a frame building in the place. ... Read More

In early frontier Eufaula, Alabama, there were but few stores in the town, and not many dwellings, all of them were constructed of rough logs. Up to the winter of 1834 there was not a frame building in the place. ... Read More

There were many Indian Towns in Coosa County, Alabama. A few are included below with information about events of interest that took place in them according to Rev. George E. Brewer of Alabama in his book, History of Coosa County, ... Read More

There were many Indian Towns in Coosa County, Alabama. A few are included below with information about events of interest that took place in them according to Rev. George E. Brewer of Alabama in his book, History of Coosa County, ... Read More

Children in a wading pool at Avondale Park in Birmingham, Alabama. :: Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection

Children in a wading pool at Avondale Park in Birmingham, Alabama. :: Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection

Eight young African American women outside a school building in Bibb County, Alabama ca. 1910-1915 Q8723

Eight young African American women outside a school building in Bibb County, Alabama ca. 1910-1915 Q8723

Holtville School An Amazing story about this school and how they gained the national spotlight

Holtville School An Amazing story about this school and how they gained the national spotlight

Alabama Museum of Natural History, at Smith hall on the University of Alabama campus -Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Alabama Museum of Natural History, at Smith hall on the University of Alabama campus -Tuscaloosa, Alabama