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During 1818 there was a bar built on the corner of what is now Beleville and Douglas Avenue. This bar was called Willies. Famous for its beer and beautiful women, it was the center of the towns events. Soon after that began the flurish of the industrial revolution of Brewton...
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During 1818 there was a bar built on the corner of what is now Beleville and Douglas Avenue. This bar was called Willies. Famous for its beer and beautiful women, it was the center of the towns events. Soon after that began the flurish of the industrial revolution of Brewton...
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