Bienville builds his “chateau” in area now known as Garrows Bend.
Captain Monroe builds his house in Mobile.
Site for Fort Sidney Johnson, southern defense for the city of Mobile.
Map shows Frascati, Bay Shell Road.
Hurricane levels Frascati.
Monroe Park founded as a streetcar destination.
First motion picture in Mobile viewed at Monroe Park.
Hurricane washes away Bay Shell Road.
Hurricane destroys Mobile Yacht Club and many buildings at Monroe Park.
State Docks authorized.
Babe Ruth hits home run in Monroe Park.
Baseball stadium moved to Ann and Tennessee streets.
Fort Whiting built on southeast corner of Arlington Fairgrounds.
Southeast Army Air Depot construction started (became Brookley Field).
Brookley reaches peak employment.
Monroe Park no longer listed in the phone book.
Industrial waterfront causeway completed, cutting off access.
Brookley Field closes; title to Brookley wharf at old Arlington Park passes to City of Mobile.
McDuffie coal terminal built.
Title to Arlington pier passes to city, then to Mobile Airport Authority.
Mobile Airport Authority takes possession of city’s Brookley interest.
Mobile banana docks razed to make way for a new convention center.
Mayor Mike Dow proposes Monroe Park as the site for Hank Aaron Stadium.
Committee to restore Monroe Park forms.
The Mobile Cruise Terminal opens.
Arlington Park is developed and opened by the Alabama State Port Authority.
GulfQuest Maritime Museum opens.
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