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General Maury Surrenders District of the Gulf

Confederate Major General Dabney Maury, the Commander of the Confederate District of the Gulf, was running out of options on April 11, 1865. Two of his major forts, Spanish Fort and Fort Blakely, had fallen and were now under Union control. 208 more words

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Son of Former President Surrenders Confederate Command

Confederate Lieutenant General Richard Taylor, son of President Zachary Taylor and brother-in-law of Confederate President Jefferson Davis, began the war as Colonel of the 9th Louisiana Infantry. 285 more words

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Alabama Cop RIPS OFF Innocent Black Woman's CLOTHES . . . STRANGLES HER . . . Inside Waffle House!! (VIDEO)

MTO News obtained exclusive footage – and The Waffle House and the Mobile Alabama police department have a LOT of explaining to do. Last night a Black woman was allegedly RACIALLY PROFILED inside of Waffle House . 340 more words

Mobile Moving Ahead With Station Plans

Although it not a certainty that Amtrak service east of New Orleans will be restored, officials in Mobile, Alabama, are pressing ahead with plans to build a new train station. 333 more words

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Today We Made A Pilgrimage

Today we made a pilgrimage

Michael Donald was almost a year younger than me

Michael Donald was a few months older than Denise

He lived in Mobile, Alabama… 156 more words

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See Paul McDonald At The SouthSounds Music And Arts Festival 2018

This weekend in Mobile, Alabama is the 2018 SouthSounds Music and Arts Festival.  This festival is the first festival in the country dedicated to showcasing the best emerging and independent Southern music and art.  483 more words

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Mardi Gras

Bright lights, screaming children, masks, floats, Moon Pies, and lots and lots of BEADS.

Mardi Gras is such a unique holiday that can only be experienced at its fullest in one way.. 411 more words

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