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Reprint. Originally published: Nashville, Tenn. : Printed for the author [by the] Publishing House of the M.E. Church, South, 1908.
|Statement||by Anna M. Gayle Fry.|
|LC Classifications||F334.C2 F9 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||82196523|
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Responsibility: by. : Memories of Old Cahaba: Reprint of rare Nashville, Tennessee-published original. pages, a few illustrations from old photos. Includes a detailed roster or muster roll of the Cahaba Rifles of the Fifth Alabama Infantry Regiment CSA. The introduction reads " In the following pages I have been particular in my descriptions of Cahaba, because I wanted to present as.
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Church, South. An 68 MEMORIES Of OLD CAHABA. army post and one of the largest Federal prisons in the South were located there in or and a num- ber of refugees also sought an asylum within the town, some investing in town property ; but injust before the surrender, another flood came.
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Married to a doctor, she moved to Galveston, Texas, and returned here to write her book, published in Cahaba History - Memoirs of Old Cahaba - Roster of Co F 5th AL - Church History ROSTER OF CO F 5TH AL One of the bravest and most gallant companies ever organized for the Confederate Army, and one whose splendid record was not surpassed by any command in the South was the "Cahaba Rifles," Company F, Fifth Alabama Regiment.
Cooper said she recently went back to Old Cahaba and went to one to the “new” cemetery. “It’s full of stories,” she said.
Givhan said the book’s historical foundation is based on “Memories of Old Cahaba” by Anna Gayle Frye. “She has a very vivid recollection of Old Cahaba because she was around 6 years old when the Civil War took place,” he said. Memories of Old Cahaba by Anna M. Gayle Fry - () - pages. Organization of camps in the United Confederate Veterans prepared expressly for the use of delegates to the Twentieth Reunion and Meeting of the Association held at Mobile, Alabama, Ap 27, 28, by United Confederate Veterans - () - 27 pages5/5(1).
Comparing Cahawba during its zenith to that of its final collapse can be disquieting. Few American cities reach such heights and then disappear altogether, leaving scarcely a sign of their passing but old pictures and words in history books, journals and the accumulated memories of the town’s descendants.
By the s, few buildings remained. From Her Book Memories of Old Cahaba. By Mark Hilton, J 5. Alabama's First Statehouse Marker Area in Old Cahaba Credits. This page was last revised on January 7, It was originally submitted on August 3,by Mark Hilton of Montgomery, Alabama. This page has been viewed times since then and 12 times this year.
Cahaba, also spelled Cahawba, was the first permanent state capital of Alabama from toand the county seat of Dallas County, Alabama until Located at the confluence of the Alabama and Cahaba rivers, it suffered regular seasonal flooding.
This was one reason that the state legislature moved the capital to a better location in After the town suffered another major flood. #N#Photos & Memories of Old Green Bay, WI.
About This Group. Members 8, Created about 5 years ago. Blooms of Old Cahaba is a compilation of six years of research and was inspired by the Givhan family history and Cahaba, the first capitol of Alabama and one of the greatest lost jewels of the Old South.
From the years of flourish, before the Civil War, affluent Cahaba was widely celebrated all over the world for its rich bounty and the finest cotton land known to civilized man.
Blooms of Old. Cahaba had been built at the confluence of the Cahaba and Alabama rivers. In a book “Memories of Old Cahaba, Anna Fry writes: “The town was now growing and continued to im-prove rapidly untilwhen the largest flood ever known in the history of this country swept down the Alabama and Cahaba Rivers and completely inun-dated Cahaba.
Dallas County, Alabama Genealogy Trails: MEMORIES OF OLD CAHABA. Source: Memories of Old Cahaba, by Anna M. Gayle Fry (); transcribed by Vicki Bryan. Cahaba History - Memoirs of Old Cahaba - Roster of Co F 5th AL - Church History.
MEMOIRS OF OLD CAHABA. Part I. By the side of the river, we sat down and wept. Memories of bygone Portsmouth. members. This group is to help people remember Portsmouth of the past.
Whether it is through photos or. Anna Gayle Fry in her little book "Memories of Old Cahaba" mentioned camellias (she used the word "japonica" but she was probably referring to camellias).
Many, many other historic plants have survived at Cahawba (from daffodils to roses & more), so why do you suppose there are no camellias. Old Cahawba Archaeological Site, near Selma, preserves the ghostly remains of Alabama's first state capital.
When the State of Alabama came into being inas a result of the Creek War of and the Treaty of Fort Jackson, a site in the howling wilderness at the confluence of the Alabama and Cahaba Rivers was selected to be its permanent.
The book, ‘Memories of old Cahaba,’ published indescribes very well those customs and the events that led up to the famous gunfight as follows: The difficulty grew out of a number of robberies that had but recently occurred in Cahaba and the burning of several houses which the most dispassionate could but believe was the work of an.
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Gayle Fry. Though I have no relatives or special interest in Cahaba or Dallas Co., AL and region, I hated to see the book languish here in NE Kansas or possibly be discarded at the end of the sale, so I put it in my bag.
Old Cahawba, Orrville, AL. K likes. Alabama's first state capital () and the state's most famous Ghost Town!/5(99). Book/Printed Material Memories of old Cahaba, Also available in digital form. Contributor: Fry, Anna M.
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