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The stream near the site, known as Bayou la Batre, was known during the period of French occupation as "Riviere d'Erbane," then as "Rivere la batterie" because of the French artillery battery located on it's banks. The towns name consists of bayou…
Jews have been part of Alabama's economic, social and political life since 1764. It was not until 1841 that Mobile's small Jewish community grew large enough to organize "Congregation" Shaarai Shomayim (Gates of Heaven). The community dedicated a …
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