This photograph was probably taken in November 1948, when the river crested at 56 feet in Montgomery; a partially submerged fence is visible in the foreground. In February 1961, the waters reached an all-time high of 58 feet at Montgomery.
Hugh Caffey practiced medicine in Lowndes County and Chilton County, Alabama. During the Civil War, he served as a surgeon for the Confederate forces in Virginia and North Carolina, and Thomas served in the 3rd Alabama Infantry regiment. A...
The Department’s scope of operations includes the administration, management and maintenance of 22 state parks, 23 public fishing lakes, three freshwater fish hatcheries, 34 wildlife management areas, two waterfowl refuges, two wildlife...
The primary purpose of this booklet is to serve as a
management guide for pond and small lake owners who
desire a high quality largemouth bass and bream fishery.
Many of the terms used in pond management are defined in the glossary.