September

Stories

Slavery in Mobile 1837

Posted by Mr. Walter R. English, Monroe county, Ala. 

"Ranaway, my slave Lewis—he has lost a piece of one ear, and a part of one of his fingers, a part of one of his toes is also lost.'' 

Mobile Chronicle, Sept. 2, 1837. 

Spring Hill Begins 1904 Session, New Orleans Item, September 5, 1904.jpg

Educational Institutions

New Orleans Item, September 5, 1904

Race Relations and Public Justice in 1904

Hanging in Mobile, Times Picayune, September 8, 1904.jpg

Times Picayune, September 8, 1904

Historic Hurricanes

Path of Hurricane Frederick 1979.jpg

Hurricane Frederick, September 15, 1979

Disasters in Shipping and The Spread of Local News 

Earthquake in Mobile, TP, September 18, 1910.jpg

Times Picayune, September 18, 1910

Yellow Fever in Mobile, 1897

Yellow Fever Report The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN), September 20, 1897 part 2.jpg
Yellow Fever Report The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN), September 20, 1897 part 1.jpg

The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN), September 20, 1897

Yellow Fever Report The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN), September 20, 1897 part 2.jpg

More Historic Hurricanes 

Bienville Square after 1906 hurricane the Helen Depuy Postcard Collection, University of S

Bienville Square after the Hurricane of September 28, 1906