Book: South Mobile: 1699-2018 by Susan Roullier
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As rich and fascinating as the history of the Old Port City, this book reveals the story of South Mobile, Alabama, from 1699-2018, focusing on the area from Brookley Air Force Base to Dog River. The 265 page book includes chapters on Native Americans, King Louis XIV's Warehouse on Dog River, the earliest settlers, the Magnolia Racetrack and Buchanan its Kentucky Derby winner, Camp Goode, a Civil War Training Camp on Dog River with letters from officers in charge, Mobile's First Cotton Mill on Dog River, Brookley Air Force Base, Elvis at the Radio Ranch, Night Clubs in the 1940's, three Dog River Bridges, Iconic Businesses, Buccaneer and Mobile Yacht Clubs, Oldest houses, Oldest Churches, First Schools, Fishing, Oystering, and first hand stories from citizens. The book contains many never-before published images and detailed maps.
Written by Susan Roullier
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018
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