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Angella G. Morgan AL # 1869
4094 Co. Rd. 44 l Selma, AL 36701
334-412-0263 or 334-875-3147
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th - Starting at 1:05 pm
Preview Saturday, SEPTEMBER 3rd 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Original 1965 Dallas County Alabama Sheriff uniform posse shirt, WWI Helmet, 1950’s picture of Selma Alabama welcoming USO, large antique hand carved dough bowl, 1903 Wizard of OZ, Big Mama’s Old Black Pot Recipe Book, 8 place setting silver plate flatware with chest, vintage #2 and #3 washtubs, several iron skillets, iron rooster tea light and bell, enamel ware, 3’x5’double sided metal sign Selma Marble & Granite, several metal signs including Nutrena, Farmers Market, Q Yellow Stamps, vintage Coca Cola, Purina Dealer Checkerboard, PayDay Feed, Champion Spark Plugs, vintage Lexan Coca Cola signs, 1960’s Chevrolet Tailgates, metal tractor seats, cotton scale with peavy, antique cross cut saws, over dozen antique iron wagon wheels, push plows, pig cookie jar, Pyrex Mixing bowl, small primitive de-stressed tables, several prayer books in English Hebrew 1800’s - 1900’s, Story of Jewish People 1940, 1916 Shakespeare MacBeth, Hale County Receipt Book, Story of BIP by Marcel Marceall, Large Antique Blanket Chest, 1947 48 and 49 Selma High Annuals, Coleman Lantern in Wood Box, Radio Flyer Wagon and Tricycle, 3 sets of Vintage Bolt Cutters,1973 Bits of Wisdom by Wintzells Oyster House, Tom Sawyer by Samuel Clemons, 1st Edition Steinbergs New World 1960’s, 1964 Camporee Boy Scout Patch Selma District, 1960 First Pay Issue Boy Scout Stamp, Eleven Volumes Civil War by Time Life, vintage picture downtown store in Selma, Large Towle painted metal tray, 1942 Judson College Annual, framed Jewish prints 1875 - 1880’s encyclopedias, 1898 History of Jews, vintage Cat Postcards, primitive childs chair, general store counter top slant cabinet, 2 drawer spool cabinet, Blue Willow plates, bowls, 2 churns, pair small bookcases, model #3 countertop meal grinder by C.S. Bell Co. Folk Art Dog by Elayne Goodman, Dagger Knife and R.L. Zeigler knife.
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Are you a city/county official, community leader, church, or any who cares about preserving history, historic buildings, and cemeteries? Come join us for the 2022 Black Heritage Council Community Preservation Forum on September 9-10 at First Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. The registration deadline is September 6, 2022. For more information, contact or 334-230-2691.
Old Cahawba to host History & Nature Walk
(Orrville, AL) Old Cahawba Archaeological Park, a historic site operated by the Alabama Historical Commission, will be hosting a History & Nature Walk on Saturday, Sept. 10, from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. This tour of Old Cahawba’s one-half mile Clear Creek Nature Trail (wheelchair accessible) will show visitors how the townspeople of Cahawba adapted to a lack of supplies during the Civil War. Visitors also will learn how to identify the various trees and plants used as substitutes for the common goods we take for granted.
When the Civil War began, no one could predict how long the war would last. If the ports were blockaded, Cahawba’s provisions would last no more than six months. The town would need items such as food, clothing, medicine and fuel. Normally, residents obtained these products from northern merchants via steamboats. Cahawba’s residents were fortunate to find substitutes nearby in the woods surrounding the town.
“This tour will give a unique perspective on what it was like to live in Cahawba during the Civil War in a time when the townspeople had to be really resourceful,” says Old Cahawba staff member Carmen Yelle. “We will also have a demonstration using the plants found on the Clear Creek Nature Trail.”
Tickets are $8 each and available at the Old Cahawba Visitor Center. The tour is allotted for a maximum of 20 participants. Interested parties are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance of the event. Tickets may be purchased by calling 334-872-8058. Old Cahawba accepts all major credit cards. On the day of the event, participants will meet at the Visitor Center, rain or shine. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and remember to bring your insect repellent.
Old Cahawba lies at the confluence of the Alabama and Cahaba Rivers, and from 1819 to 1826 it served as Alabama’s first capital. From downtown Selma, take Highway 22 (Dallas Avenue) west 8.6 miles. Cross over the Cahaba River and turn left onto County Road 9 and follow this 3.3 miles until it dead ends. Turn left onto County Road 2 and follow this 1.5 miles until you see the Visitor Center on the right. Visitor Center Address: 9518 Cahaba Road, Orrville, AL 36767. To learn more about Old Cahawba, or the Alabama Historical Commission, please visit www.ahc.alabama.gov.
About Old Cahawba
Old Cahawba lies at the confluence of the Alabama and Cahaba Rivers, and from 1819 to 1826 it served as Alabama’s first capital. Today, the Alabama Historical Commission owns and operates this significant archaeological site.
About the Alabama Historical Commission
Located in historic downtown Montgomery at 468 S. Perry Street, the Alabama Historical Commission is the state historic preservation agency for Alabama. The agency was created by an act of the state legislature in 1966 with a mission to protect, preserve and interpret Alabama’s historic places. AHC works to accomplish its mission through two fields of endeavor: Preservation and promotion of state-owned historic sites as public attractions; and, statewide programs to assist people, groups, towns, and cities with local preservation activities. For a complete list of programs and properties owned and operated by the AHC, hours of operation, and admission fees please visit ahc.alabama.gov