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Dale
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Dekalb
Elmore
Escambia


 

Etowah
Fayette
Franklin
Geneva
Greene


 

Alabama County- or Town- Specific History Books:

Alabama Counties: A - B

Alabama Counties: C

Alabama Counties: D-G

Alabama Counties: H-L

Alabama Counties: M-P

Alabama Counties: R-W

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Alabama County Histories

Dale

Inscriptions From the Cemeteries of Dale County, Alabama icon

Sold! Forgotten Trails: A History of Dale County, Alabama, 1824-1966

Piney Woods Echoes: A History of Dale and Coffee Counties, Alabama

1850 Census: Dale County, Alabama CD

Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. I, for Dale, Dallas, Dekalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Hancock, and Henry Counties

Family Maps of Dale County, Alabama: Homesteads Edition

The Origins of Fort Rucker icon

The Elimination of Illiteracy in Dale County icon

Claybank Memories: a History of Dale County, Alabama icon

The Heritage of Dale County, Alabama

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Dallas

History of Valley Creek Presbyterian Church, Selma, Alabama

Civil War to Civil Rights: A Pictorial History of Selma, Alabama

Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. I for Dale, Dallas, Dekalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Hancock, and Henry Counties

Heritage of Dallas County, Alabama

Historic Selma and Dallas County

The Story of Selma

Than Silver and Gold
CRUMPTON Family

Sold! A Glance at Early Scenes of Selma, Alabama, 1820-1920 icon

From Selma to Appomattox: the History of the Jeff Davis Artillery icon

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Dekalb

Pioneer Settlers of Blount and DeKalb Counties, Alabama: John GRAVES, Pioneer, and allied GRAVES Families of Alabama and North Carolina icon

1880 DeKalb County, Alabama Census Index

History of Dekalb County Schools

Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. I for Dale, Dallas, DeKalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Hancock, and Henry Counties

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. I: DeKalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Henry, Jackson, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lauderdale, and Limestone Counties

Family Maps of Dekalb County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition icon

Trailing Smokes: a Pictorial History of Ider School District, Dekalb County, Alabama icon

DeKalb County, Alabama Marriage Index, 1836-1916 icon

Little River Canyon: A Brief Guide to its Attractions and History

Landmarks 30th Anniversary Legend 1969-1999 (history of Dekalb County, Alabama Fort Payne)

The Dekalb Legend icon

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Elmore

Cemetery Research in Historic Elmore County, Alabama: A Collection of Early Church and Private Burial Grounds

As I Remember (Elmore County & Dadeville, Alabama)

Rebel Yell: An Emotional History of Wetumpka's Class of 1966 and Our Abandoned MIAs in Indochina

A Glimpse at Early Elmore County: 1863-1963 icon

Sold! The Heritage of Elmore County, Alabama

An Elmore County Life icon

A History of Wetumpka

A Preliminary Report on the Upper Gold Belt of Alabama, in the Counties of Cleburne, Randolph, Clay, Talladega, Elmore, Coosa and Tallapoosa icon

History of the Wetumpka Methodist Church icon

Sold! Wetumpka's Besticon

Sold! Red Hill School History, I Remember When...
Channahatchee

Sold! Elmore County, Alabama Marriages

Sold! Adventures in Food: Recipes Compiled By First Baptist Church, Wetumpka, Alabama icon

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Escambia

The History of Brewton and East Brewton, Alabama

History of Escambia County, Alabama

Family Maps of Escambia County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition icon

Sold! Heritage of Escambia County, Alabama

Sold! Petition of Citizens of Escambia County, in Florida, to Be Annexed to Alabama icon

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Etowah

Etowah County (Images of America Series) icon

Historic Gadsden in Needlepoint

A Short History of Gadsden, Alabama

A Little Book About Gadsden

The History of the Rubber Workers in Gadsden, Alabama, 1933-1983

First Baptist Church History (Gadsden, Alabama)

First Baptist Church Attalla, Alabama, 1887-1987 icon

Some High-Lights of the History of Attalla icon

The History of Etowah County, Alabama icon

Ancestors and Descendants of William WHITT, (1775-1850) Portrait of an American Family

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Fayette

Fayette County, Alabama, Cemetery Records, 1958-1959

History of Fayette County, Alabama

Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. I for Dale, Dallas, DeKalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Hancock, and Henry Counties

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. I: DeKalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Henry, Jackson, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lauderdale, and Limestone Counties

Family Maps of Fayette County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition icon

Land Grants and Adults Residing in Fayette County, Alabama 1823-1900

Sold! History of the CORKRENs and LOGANs icon
"A brief history of the CORKREN and LOGAN ancestors, beginning with the families of Robert CORKREN and Robert LOGAN, and a detailed genealogy of their descendants, pioneer citizens of Marion and Fayette Counties, Alabama. "

Looking Back: Fayette County, Alabama, 1824-1974

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Franklin

Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. I for Dale, Dallas, DeKalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Hancock, and Henry Counties

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. I: DeKalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Henry, Jackson, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lauderdale, and Limestone Counties

Heritage of Franklin County, Alabama

Doctor FORD of Franklin County, Alabama

Honor Roll Franklin County Alabama Men and Women Serving in the Armed Forces of the United States of America October 1944

Sold! Reflections a Pictorial History of Franklin County, Alabama icon

Sold! Forefathers of Franklin County [Alabama] icon

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Geneva

Hartford City Cemetery, Geneva County Alabama

Family Maps of Geneva County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition

Sold! Heritage of Geneva County Alabama

A Geneva County Album: Glimpses of the Past

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Greene

Two MAY Families of Hollow Square, Greene County, Alabama: Including Some MAY-WINDHAM-HARRISON-DARGAN Ancestors and Descendants

Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. I for Dale, Dallas, DeKalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Hancock, and Henry Counties

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. I: DeKalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Henry, Jackson, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lauderdale, and Limestone Counties

Family Maps of Greene County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition icon

Listen to Me Good: The Life Story of an Alabama Midwife
Margaret Charles SMITH of Greene County

Cemetery Records of Greene County, Alabama and Related Areas: the Journal of Mrs. Mary MARSHALL

Eutaw: The Builders and Architecture of an Ante-Bellum Southern Town

Walking and Driving Guide to Historic Eutaw, Alabamaicon

Heritage of Greene County, Alabama

Original! A Directory of Greene County for 1855-56; Embracing the Names of Voters in the County Generally, Alphabetically Arranged, Their Occupation, Residence, and Post Office; Numerous Tables of County Statistics, a Short Sketch of the Early Settlement of the County; Advertisements, Etc.
From the seller: "Printed by Strickland & Co., 1856., Mobile, (AL): First edition, and decidedly rare in this condition. Howes S-736 calls for a map, with the note "not issued in all copies," it was actually issued separately. Sabin 85375a: "Map of the county intended to accompany the directory issued separately." Spear, p. 138 (not mentioning a map). Owen BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ALABAMA, p. 1167: "The whole work abounds in detail, and possesses an interest that does not usually attach to such an effort" (Owen describes the map separately, in the section with other maps). OCLC locates ten copies, with five outside Alabama. Ante-bellum southern directories are seldom encountered in trade. 12mo. 74 pp., plus 25 pages of ads. Original black cloth, printed paper label on upper boards; poor quality paper browned, but a fine copy for this book."

 

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