Whats Up with 5 Alabama State Capitals”

Alabama, 5 Capitals, 4 Buildings

Alabama has had a total of 5 Capitals and 4 Capital Buildings, or so they say, there was only 2 for sure, the rest of the narrative is an attempt to explain away ruins and gaps in the timeline.

Current Statehouse in Montgomery. It was built on the foundations of the previous house. They all resemble the US Capital building

The current capitol building was built from 1850 to 1851, with Barachias Holt as supervising architect. Holt, originally from Exeter, Maine, was a master mechanic by trade.

Minstry of Truth

Holt was a military industrial complex family that made the first war wagons in the early 1800’s for the War Dept. Exeter is a Seat of Power in the New World, anyone that comes from here, especially in the early 1800’s is worth keeping an eye on. Master Mechanic is code for Agent, CIA in todays world but back then it meant the same thing just different alphabet gang.

This Jefferson Davis inauguration party in 1861. The Confederate capital was Mongomery before packing up and moving to Richmond. I have done a report on the Richmond Civil War ruins, it was nobodies Capital for a long time. That means this pic is fake as well. The photograph itself might be real but the people are just Matthew Brady actors in costume.
This doesnt have a year on it, not that it would be trustworthy anyway, zoom in on the foundation, the mold and water damage is all around the bottom. Plus the young sapling trees and scrubby field grass in the lawn says nobody has been here for a long time. This is older than the actors at the Davis inauguration. The dome is different colors but that could be the developer.

First Montgomery State House

First house in Montgomery, designed by Steven Button, the same guy that is credited for designing the Evergreen Cemetery Gateway arches. Only standing for 2 years before it burned down.
This image has a date of 1849 supposedly showing the Old State house burning
I think the drawing of the building and the sketch of the burning are both faked in order to explain these ruins. Columns said to be from the original courthouse, as we will see they are symbolic.

Random Out-of Place Artifact Structures in Montgomery

Tuscaloosa, Third Location, Second Building

Served as State Capital from 1826-46. Building was destrpoyed by ‘faulty wiring’ in the 1920’s and the remains were scavenged for pother construction projects.

After the Capital moved to Montgomery the building house a College for Women until it was destroyed

This is the old Capital building in Tuscaloosa, before it was moved to Montgomery. Look at the condition of this thing. Nobody has been here in ages. Brickwork busted and windows missing
Here it is again after some repairs and cleaning. These historic architectual images are documenting the repopulation of America.
The mill looks a little flooded. Mill ponds are common enough but this building with the bell tower would be at home in the New England textile factory “Mill Island”


This was the second site picked as the State Capital from 1820-1825. The two-story brick building above served as courthouse.

It was visited by Gen Lafayette, the fictional French General, homeboys with George Washington.

This site is marked by a simple rock monument, a reocurring theme

By the Civil War it was deserted and the story goes it was used as a Confederate POW camp.

The town was used as a quarry in the 1880’s and the bricks were used to build Selma.

The fort is nicknamed Castle Morgan. It had the highest survival rate of any camp on either side. The casualties came afterward on the steamship Sultana which killed 2,000 released prisoners

The position to the rivers and grid laid out in perfect squares suggests to me this was a canaled town

Cahwaba Cemetery

The town is on the haunted places registry. Thats a clear indicator they are hiding something, like the fact these are fake stones. Real stones, possibly with real people but the dates are wrong. You can tell by the symbolism.

Here we find more ruined columns, I think they are supposed to mean the same thing as the tombstone, the same thing as the columns in the Masonic lodge

St Stevenson, Alabama Territory, First Location

The very first Capital, called St Steven, goes back to when AL was still part of the <ississippi territory and just declared itself autonomous. The Seat of Authority is no longer visible today as it was swept away by the river. There are still some parts sticking out of the water and the official buildings were moved farther inland.

A French trading post may have been located here in 1714. The Spanish built a blockhouse here in 1789 known as Fort San Estevan at the 31st Parallel. The Americans took control in 1799. The old Spanish fort was garrisoned in 1805 – 1808 to protect the Choctaw Indian Agency that was located here, part of the Federal Indian Factory trade system.

The town’s name was changed to St. Stephens in 1811. The town became the Territorial capital in 1817 – 1819. The old town was relocated by the 1830’s, the site is now a ghost town and archaeological site, which opened to the public in May 2000. Foundation ruins still remain.

Today the town is unincorporated with a population under 600. All there really is is a Masonic Hall and a Church, thats all there is in the whole area is churches and cemeteries.

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From the Library of Congress
Google Earth has a site marked ‘Lock 1’ up the way from St Stevens. Turns out the place is owned and maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers
This is the historical park, you can see the old canal beds are much larger than the Corps admits, they just hijack anything old and are like “Yeah, we built that”
The tree patterns show theu were planted manually, I checked, the ‘Tree Army’ Conservation Civilian Corps planted all these in the 30’s. They cover the whole region. Trying to hide something?

Unrelated article

Heres an unrelated article neighboring one about the Blank and Harris jury, the side article is about a diptheria outbreak measures banned handshaking and kissing and all stray cats and dogs were to be killed. See the Industrial Revolution for context, relates to the Mill Islands


    1. Thanks, yeah as much as time allows. I had to work through some stuff and didn’t log on for 5 or six weeks. Got a new bike and started riding again. Alot of this content is just expansions of stuff I already hit around. There’s still like 3 core threads I’m trying to put together and combine but nothing goes in a straight line.

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