At Cahaba


This is the intertwined story of Cahaba, the first capital of Alabama, and three generations of the Kirkpatrick family, who lived in that historic place, their rise from the throes of defeat in the 1860s to their demise amid the economic disasters of the 1930s

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At Cahaba, both history and memoir, is the saga of men and women confronting and overcoming recurrent adversities before tragically succumbing to forces beyond their control. The book draws on official archives and records, published and private sources, family recollections, and the author’s childhood memories of times spent in Cahaba during the final years of the Kirkpatrick era.

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Daniel J. Meador


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