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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

Macon

1850 Census: Macon County, Alabama CD

Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Jackson, Jefferson, Lawrence, Limestone, Lowndes, Macon, Madison and Marengo Counties

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Marion, Marshall, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, Monroe and Morgan Counties

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Madison

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Madison, Marshall, Limestone, Morgan, Lauderdale and Lawrence Counties

1907 Confederate Census: Limestone, Morgan, Madison Counties, Alabama

Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Jackson, Jefferson, Lawrence, Limestone, Lowndes, Macon, Madison and Marengo Counties

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Marion, Marshall, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, Monroe and Morgan Counties

Changing Huntsville, 1890-1899 icon

Huntsville: A Pictorial History icon

Historic Huntsville: A City of New Beginnings icon

Early History of Huntsville, Alabama 1804 to 1870 icon

Sesquicentennial History of Church of the Nativity, Episcopal, 1843-1993, Huntsville, Alabama

A Dream Come True: the Story of Madison County and Incidentally of Alabama and the United States, Vol. I

Huntsville, Alabama: Rocket City, U. S. A. icon

Search Alibris for a back issue of  Valley Leaves (North Alabama).

Medicine Bags and Bumpy Roads icon

Transforming the Cotton Frontier: Madison County, Alabama, 1800-1840 icon

True Tales of Old Madison County, Alabama

Great Elks in Madison County?? You Better Believe It!! A History of Madison County, Alabama, Elkdom

Built Upon the Fragments: In 1880's Huntsville, Alabama icon

Twickenham Receipts and Sketches

The Recipes of Madison County

Huntsville Heritage Cookbook icon

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Marengo

1850 Census: Marengo County, Alabama CD

The Heritage of Marengo County, Alabama

Dayton, Marengo County, Alabama: A History, 1800-1984

Inventory of the County Archives of Alabama - Marengo County

Family Maps of Marengo County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition

Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Jackson, Jefferson, Lawrence, Limestone, Lowndes, Macon, Madison and Marengo Counties

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Marion, Marshall, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, Monroe and Morgan Counties

Gaineswood and Other Memories
WHITFIELD Family

The People of His Pasture: A History of the Methodist Church in Demopolis, Alabama icon

French Military Adventurers in Alabama, 1818-1828

Tales of Early Demopolis

Cotton-Patch Schoolhouse icon

Days of Exile: the Story of the Vine and Olive Colony in Alabama

Sold! Alabama Records: Volume 215, Marengo County: Twenty-Six Pp Wills, Five Wills in Full, Marriages, Nov. 1834-44 icon

Old Demopolis Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1818-1860; And Records of the Vine & Olive Colony

Marengo County, Alabama: Some Early Families

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Marion

1850 Census: Marion County, Alabama CD

1860 Census: Marion County, Alabama CD

1870 Census: Marion County, Alabama CD

Marion County, Alabama Civil War Veterans: Confederate and Union

The Rye Pottery, Marion County, Alabama: The State's Longest-Running Family-Owned Pottery

Family Maps of Marion County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Marion, Marshall, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, Monroe and Morgan Counties

Heritage of Marion County, Alabama

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. "

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Marshall

1850 Census: Marshall County, Alabama
CD

1860 Census: Marshall County, Alabama
CD

1870 Census: Marshall County, Alabama
CD

Souvenir Edition: The Guntersville Democrat, November 1895

Wheeler Reservoir Cemeteries icon
Madison, Marshall, Limestone, Morgan, Lauderdale and Lawrence Counties

Albertville: Images of America

Trails & Traces, People & Places: A History of Arab, Alabama & Surrounding Communities

Century Reflections From Recipe Collections of Arab, Alabama, 1892 - 1992

Discovering Albertville's Past

Out of the Sand: a History of the State Agricultural School at Albertville, Alabama: 1894-1936 icon

The History of Boaz, Alabama: American Bicentennial, 1776-1976

Boaz Builds By Biographies 1878 1983: A Project of the Boaz Historical Society Factual, Fictional, Fascinating

The Kate Duncan Smith D. A. R. School - Grant, Alabama

Field of Memories: A Collection of Commentaries on Growing Up in Greenbriar Cove, Marshall County, Alabama, in the 1940's and 1950's

Minneola, Queen of the Cherokees: a Thrilling Romance of Savage Days in Marshall County

Celebrating Guntersville: Heart of the Old South, Best of the New South

Sold! Guntersville Remembered

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One Hundred Years of Faith & Family 1905-2005: A History of Church of the Epiphany, Guntersville, Alabama

The Guntersville Heritage Cookbook

History Book First United Methodist Church Guntersville, Alabama Sesquicentennial November 5, 1972

Victory Baptist Church, Guntersville, Alabama: 1997 Church Directory

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Marion, Marshall, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, Monroe and Morgan Counties

General History of Marshall County, Alabama

The History of Marshall County, Alabama

Marshall Missionary Baptist Association, 1887-1987: A Century of Witness and Ministry

The Descendants of John W. WALKER: Marshall County, Alabama: 1792-1982 icon

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Mobile

Coastal Alabama Memories: A Pictorial History of Mobile and Baldwin Counties icon

1907 Census of Alabama Confederate Soldiers: Mobile County
CD

1850 Census: Mobile County, Alabama
CD

1860 Census: Mobile County, Alabama
CD

Mobile of the Five Flags: The Story of the River Basin and Coast About Mobile from the Earliest Time

Naturalization Records: Mobile, Alabama, 1833-1906

Marriages of Mobile County, Alabama 1813-1855

Marriages of Mobile County, Alabama 1856-1875

Mobile, 1861-1865

A History of Church Street Graveyard, Mobile, Alabama

Cities of Silence: A Guide to Mobile's Historic Cemeteries icon

Colonial Mobile: An Historical Study Largely from Historical Sources, of the Alabama-Tombigbee Basin and the Old South West...

Creole Mobile: A Compendium of the Colonial Families of the Central Gulf Coast, 1702 - 1813

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Marion, Marshall, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, Monroe and Morgan Counties

The Great Bingville Fair: People & Places of Early Toulminville

St. John's Church, Mobile: A History (Compiled from The Minutes of the Vestries and the Church Registers 1853-1963) icon

Urban Emancipation: Popular Politics in Reconstruction Mobile, 1860-1890 icon

The Gates of Heaven: Congregation Sha'arai Shomayim, the first 150 years, Mobile, Alabama, 1844-1994 icon

History of Dauphin Way Baptist Church, Mobile, Alabama 1904-1979 icon

Mobile: A Story of a Beautiful City, 1702-1979 icon

Sold! Heritage of Mobile County, Alabama

Etchings of Old Mobile icon

Confederate Mobile icon

Chasin' the Devil Round a Stump: the History of Mardi Gras in Mobile From 1704

"Torpedoes? Damn! " Ordeal at Selma Gun Foundry and Battle of Mobile Bay icon

Mobile's Mystical Mardi Gras: a Catalogue of an Exhibition of Books, Pamphlets, Invitations, Tickets, Programs, Sheet Music, Artwork and Manuscripts From the Collection of James Patrick Cather of Birmingham and Dauphin Island icon

Highlights of 100 Years in Mobile icon

Back Home: Journeys Through Mobile icon

Through Mobile Gates With Father Time-a Series of Newspaper Advertisements Published By the First National Bank, Mobile, Alabama icon

Mobile, the Life and Times of a Great Southern City: An Illustrated History

From Fort to Port: An Architectural History of Mobile, Alabama, 1711-1918

From Mobile's Past: Sketches of Memorable People and Events

The Siege of Mobile, 1780, in Maps: With Data on Troop Strength, Military Units, Ships, Casualties, and Prisoners of War...

Cotton City: Urban Development in Antebellum Mobile icon

Mobile: The New History of Alabama's First City icon

Nineteenth Century Mobile Architecture: an Inventory of Existing Buildings icon

Mobile: A History Reader icon

Maj. Robert FARMER of Mobile icon

Memoir of Rev. Daniel Holbrook GILLETTE of Mobile, Alabama

Mobile Confederates From Shiloh to Spanish Fort: The Story of the 21st Alabama Infantry Volunteers

History of Company B (Originally Pickens Planters) 40th Alabama Regiment Confederate States Army 1862-1865
"The 40th Infantry Regiment, organized at Mobile, Alabama, in May, 1862, recruited its companies in Perry, Sumter, Morgan, Covington, Pickens, Colbert, Mobile, and Choctaw counties."

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Monroe

Monroe & Conecuh County, Alabama Marriages: 1833-1880

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Marion, Marshall, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, Monroe and Morgan Counties

Sold! Early Settlers Along the Old Federal Road in Monroe and Conecuh Counties, Alabama

Monroeville, Alabama: Images of America icon

1907 Alabama Census of Confederate Soldiers: Monroe County

Sold! Heritage of Monroe County, Alabama

Monroe County Friends of the Library Cookbook Hometown of Harper Lee Author of to Kill a Mockingbird Monroeville Alabama Cook Book icon

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Montgomery

Old Montgomery Land Office Records and Military Warrants, 1834-1860

The Organization of the Confederate Post Office Department at Montgomery...

Chisholm Baptist Church, 1910 - 1981

History of the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, Alabama With Sketches of the Other Baptist Churches of the City and County icon

The Blue Book: Montgomery, Alabama, 1909-1910

Death, Marriage and Probate Notices From Montgomery, Alabama, Newspapers: Volume II, 1866-1875

1830 Federal Census, Montgomery County, Alabama

1850 Census: Montgomery County, Alabama CD

1860 Census: Montgomery County, Alabama
CD

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Marion, Marshall, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, Monroe and Morgan Counties

Recollections of Early Settlers of Montgomery County

Sold! The Early History of Montgomery and Incidentally the State of Alabama icon

Montgomery in the Good War: Portrait of a Southern City, 1939-1946 icon
"Using newspaper accounts, interviews, letters, journals, and his own memory of the time, Wesley Newton reconstructs wartime-era Montgomery, Alabama -- a sleepy southern capital that was transformed irreversibly during World War II. The war affected every segment of Montgomery society: black and white, rich and poor, male and female, those who fought in Europe and the Pacific and those who stayed on the home front. Newton follows Montgomerians chronologically through the war from Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima as they experience patriotism, draft and enlistment, rationing, scarcity drives, and the deaths of loved ones. His use of small vignettes based on personal recollections adds drama and poignancy to the story. Montgomery in the Good War is an important reminder that wars are waged at home as well as abroad and that their impact reverberates well beyond those who fight on the front lines. Those who came of age during the war will recognize themselves in this moving volume. It will also be enlightening to those who have lived in times of relative peace."

Confederate Home Front: Montgomery During the Civil War
"Drawing from a wealth of historic documents and personal papers, William Warren Rogers, Jr., provides a fascinating and detailed political, economic, social, and commercial history of Montgomery, Alabama, from 1860 to 1865. Rogers's account begins with an examination of daily life in the city before the war and ends with the situation in Montgomery as set against a disintegrating Confederacy and the city's surrender to Union troops. Montgomery was a young city of nearly 9,000 residents when the Civil War began, with blacks, most of them slaves, slightly outnumbering whites. Montgomerians liked to claim cultivation, but at times an unvarnished frontier like atmosphere was obvious. The streets of Montgomery were unpaved, cotton and cornfields grew right up to the city limits, and class divisions were distinct. Despite its relatively young age and small size, though, the city was chosen as the first capital of the Confederacy. During the Civil War, Montgomery became a hub of activity, as Rogers shows in intimate detail and with great narrative thrust. After providing an overview of the events that led to Alabama's secession and the choice of Montgomery as the Confederacy's capital, Rogers arranges his materials topically, examining such subjects as the city's business patterns and administration, efforts to promote the Confederate cause and defend the city from Union forces, and the plight of the small number of Montgomery Unionists who continued to inhabit the city. Rogers concludes with chapters devoted to the final year of the war and the city's fall. Throughout Confederate Home Front, Rogers demonstrates that Montgomerians generally experienced the same hopes, deprivations, and tragedies that other Southerners did at this time. The Montgomery experience, therefore, offers a microcosm of life on the Confederate home front."

Montgomery: Capital City Corners (Images of America)

Montgomery: The River City

The Way It Was: 1850 to 1930 Photographs of Montgomery & Her Central Alabama Neighbors

A Sense of Place: Montgomery's Architectural Heritage icon
"In this well-researched text, Jeff Benton takes the reader into seventy-seven of Montgomery's architecturally and historically significant homes, public buildings, and businesses. Photos by Jim Goodwyn show off each structure's major architectural details. These marvelous buildings, from antebellum times to the 1950s, are arranged chronologically, reflecting the city's growth."

Montgomery: Biography of a City

City Directory and History of Montgomery, Alabama icon

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Morgan

Wheeler Reservoir Cemeteries icon
Madison, Marshall, Limestone, Morgan, Lauderdale and Lawrence Counties

Sold! Hartselle Centennial: From Cotton Crossroads To City of Challenge: 100 Years in Retrospect - 1870 to

1907 Confederate Census: Limestone, Morgan, Madison Counties, Alabama

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, Vol. II: Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Marion, Marshall, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, Monroe and Morgan Counties

Beyond Cotton Country
Morgan County, Alabama Junior League. "Beyond Cotton Country seeks a contemporary look for a traditional cooking that represents fine food, comfort food, and health food. The recipes, each of which was kitchen tested twice, are augmented with cooking tips, food tips, and personal anecdotes. The cookbook showcases the area through unique and creative photography."

Original, Unique 1878 Falkville Alabama, Louis FALK Receipt for 5 Bales of Cotton
From the Seller: "Very Good. Receipt from J. H. Goodhart & Co. of Cincinnati for 5 bales of cotton supplied by Miss L. M. Falk & Bro., Decatur, Ala. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, printed form filled out in blue ink. The Falks received $184.15 for the 5 bales. The bales weighed from 385 lbs to 530 lbs and brought from 8 5/8 cents to 10 1/8 cents per pound. Louis Falk was the founder of Falkville."

Sold! Historic Somerville

History of The Morgan County Baptist Association

A History of Morgan County, Alabama

Morgan County, Alabama Cemeteries

Marriages of Morgan County, Alabama: 1818-1896 icon

A Journey of One Hundred Years: A History of First Baptist Church, Hartselle, Alabama, 1883-1983 icon

Sold! Hartselle, Alabama (History): 1870-1970; Morgan County icon

A Homey History of Hartselle: the Hub of the Universe

History of Company B (Originally Pickens Planters) 40th Alabama Regiment Confederate States Army 1862-1865
"The 40th Infantry Regiment, organized at Mobile, Alabama, in May, 1862, recruited its companies in Perry, Sumter, Morgan, Covington, Pickens, Colbert, Mobile, and Choctaw counties."

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Perry

The HOBSONs of Bibb and Perry Counties, Alabama

Sold! Perry County Heritage

History of Company B (Originally Pickens Planters) 40th Alabama Regiment Confederate States Army 1862-1865
"The 40th Infantry Regiment, organized at Mobile, Alabama, in May, 1862, recruited its companies in Perry, Sumter, Morgan, Covington, Pickens, Colbert, Mobile, and Choctaw counties."

Family Maps of Perry County, Alabama icon

Perry Volunteers in the Mexican War: Perry County, Alabama First Regiment of Alabama Volunteers 1846-1847 and the Mexican War Diary of Captain William G. Coleman

A History of Perry County, 1814 - 1877

Hugh DAVIS and His Alabama Plantation

A History of Siloam Baptist Church, Marion, Alabama

Sold! Alabama Records: Perry County icon

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Pickens

1850 Census: Pickens County, Alabama
CD

Pickens County, Alabama, Cemetery Records

History of Pickens County, Alabama from Its Settlement ...

Pickens County, Alabama: 1841-1861 icon

Sold! Gordo Area History and Chronicles, Centennial, 1901-2001

The John F. JOHNSON Journal of 1902 with a Partial History of Webster & Choctaw Counties, Mississippi, Pickens County, Alabama & Camden, Arkansas icon

Sold! Heritage of Pickens County, Alabama

The History of Pickens County, Alabama: 1540-1920

Annals of Northwest Alabama Including A Reprint of Nelson F. Smith's History of Pickens County, Ala. (1856) icon

History of Company B (Originally Pickens Planters) 40th Alabama Regiment Confederate States Army 1862-1865
"The 40th Infantry Regiment, organized at Mobile, Alabama, in May, 1862, recruited its companies in Perry, Sumter, Morgan, Covington, Pickens, Colbert, Mobile, and Choctaw counties."

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Pike

Pike County Alabama Tomb Records...

Alabama's Pike County icon

Newspaper Abstracts from Pike County, Alabama...

Heritage of Pike County, Alabama

One Hundred Fifty Years in Pike County, Alabama: 1821-1971

Sold! Pike County, Alabama Cemetery Records

History of Pike County, Alabama icon

Pioneer and Modern History of Pike County (Alabama) icon

Pike's Peek at the Past icon

Pike County, Alabama Biographies icon

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