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Once Alabama was admitted as a state of the United States of America on December 4, 1819, a great wave of immigrants from other states and countries came by flat-boats, pack-horses, covered wagons and ships to become the first citizens of the state. ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Statehood presents the times and conditions they faced in lost & forgotten stories which include: Who Controlled And Organized The New State of Alabama? Tuscaloosa Had Three Other Names Chandelier Falls & Capitol Burns Alabama Throws Parties For General LaFayette Francis Scott Key Was Sent to Alabama To Solve Problems



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Donna R Causey

FOLLOW DONNA on (www.facebook.com/ribbonoflove) (www.facebook.com/alabamapioneers) (www.facebook.com/daysgonebyme) and now on her (Podcast: Alabama Grist Mill) Donna R. Causey, a native of Alabama, spent many years in the classroom teaching students with learning difficulties. Once she retired, she finally had time to follow her passion for discovering little-known or forgotten gems of history.Donna developed the websites (alabamapioneers.com) and (daysgoneby.me) to share and preserve the treasures she found. These websites led to publishing books with her compiled information. She ventured into the world of historical fiction with her first series, Tapestry of Love. The family's destiny continues in the second series, The Cottinghams, with Discordance. Donna states:"While studying the old, fragile paper trails left behind, it dawned on me that I was also creating my own legacy through the minor decisions I made each day and my descendants will have the advantage of technological stored data about me. I hope they will be proud of the legacy I am leaving behind."



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