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Alabama County Histories


Family Maps of Randolph County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition

Alabama’s Randolph County: A History of the County and Her People

Ancestor Trails to Georgia and Alabama: Featuring Clay and Randolph Counties in Alabama icon

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

Historical Records of Randolph County, Alabama, 1832-1900 icon

Sold! Heritage of Randolph County, Alabama

The Thomas Wesley ANDERSON Family: From Alabama to Texas

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The History of Opelika and Her Agricultural Tributary Territory, Embracing More Particularly Lee and Russell Counties [Alabama] From the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time

1850 Census: Russell County, Alabama CD

Russell County in Retrospect

A Genealogical Synopsis of Russell County, Alabama Circa 1850

Fort Mitchell: An Archaeological Exploration in Russell County, Alabama

Heritage of Russell County, Alabama

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1880 Census Index: Shelby County, Alabama

The Shelby Sentinel, 1883

Family Maps of Shelby County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition

The Families of Genery's Gap, Alabama

Helena, Alabama

Marriage Records of Shelby County, Alabama, 1824-1850

Marriage Records, 1850-1859: Shelby County, Alabama

Sold! Marriages, 1890-1898: Shelby County, Alabama

Sold! Heritage of Shelby County, Alabama

The Story of My Hometown: Aldrich, Alabama icon

Montevallo, Alabama: Images of America

Sold! Montevallo: The First One Hundred Years icon

Sold! A History of the First United Methodist Church of Montevallo, Alabama, 1818-1979 icon

Sold! Baptists of Shelby County: History of the Shelby Baptist Association of Alabama icon

Views of Birmingham, Alabama, with a Glimpse at Some of the Natural Resources of the Birmingham District, and the Industries Based Thereon

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St. Clair

1850 Census: St. Clair County, Alabama CD

History of St. Clair County, Alabama

Sparkling Waters: A History of Cook Springs in St. Clair County, Alabama

Ashville Baptist Church and Its Beginnings icon

Helena, Alabama: Images of America

An Early History of Helena, Alabama

History of Springville, Alabama

History of Steele, Alabama, Saint Clair County icon

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1850 Census: Sumter County, Alabama CD

Freemen And Colored Marriage Records, 1865-1890, Sumter County, Alabama

Family Maps of Sumter County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition icon

Sumter County, Alabama, Wills: 1828-1872; Mortality Schedules: 1850-1880 icon

Sumter County, Alabama: Index to Wills and Estate Administrations, 1834-1884; Register of Deaths, 1881-1892; and Cemetery Records

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."

The Place Names of Sumter County, Alabama icon

A History of the Town of Livingston, Alabama icon

The D. U. D. in Livingston, Alabama
That's "Damned Ugly Devils!"

Honey in the Rock: the Ruby Pickens Tartt Collection of Religious Folk Songs From Sumter County, Alabama icon

Gabr'l Blow Sof': Sumter County, Alabama Slave Narratives icon

The Monuments of York: A Community Scrapbook icon

Sold! Heritage of Sumter County, Alabama

Sold! Cemetery Records: Volume II - Lauderdale, Clarke, Newton and Kemper Counties in Mississippi and Sumter County in Alabama

Sold! Cemetery Records: Volume III - Lauderdale County in Mississippi and Sumter and Choctaw Counties in Alabama

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Around Stemley Bridge: Images of America icon

East Street, South: Pen & Ink Drawings of Historic Talladega and North Talladega County Homes, with Comments icon

Pioneer Talladega: Its Minutes & Memories

Childersburg (Images of America)

Fear God and Walk Humbly: The Agricultural Journal of James MALLORY, 1843-1877 icon

1850 Census: Talladega County, Alabama CD

Fascinating Talladega County

Historic Tales of Talladega icon

Talladega: Pathways to the Past icon

The Migrations of the ADAMS Clan of Talladega County, Alabama

Talladega College: The First Century icon

Annual Report of the Freedman's Hospital, Near Talladega, Alabama. For The Year 1874

The Talladega Story icon

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

Sold! Heritage of Talladega County, Alabama

Sold! Talladega County Alabama Marriage Record B-3, 1863-1866 icon

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Soldiers of the Southern Cross: The Confederate Soldiers of Tallapoosa County, Alabama

1850 Census: Tallapoosa County, Alabama CD

Epitaphs in East-Central Alabama Cemeteries: Pine Hill Cemetery, Auburn; and Camp Hill Cemetery, Camp Hill

Epitaphs in East-Central Alabama Cemeteries, Vol. II: Dadeville Cemetery in Dadeville & Westview Cemetery in Lafayette

Sold! Images of Tallapoosa County: A Visual History

Sold! A History of Tallapoosa County

Sold! Battle of Horseshoe Bend in Tallapoosa County, Alabama March 27, 1814

The Story of Horseshoe Bend National Military Park icon

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

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Matt Clinton's Scrapbook One Hundred & Fifty Years in the Life of Tuscaloosa & Northport

Descendants of Shandy Wesley JONES & Evalina Love JONES: The Story of an African American Family of Tuscaloosa, Alabama icon

The History of Duncanville, Alabama: 1898-1990

Bridging the Past of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

Family Maps of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition icon

At Liberty On Bear Creek, 1835-1985; Liberty Baptist Church, Hagler, Alabama

Ebenezer HEARN, Founder of the First Methodist Church at Tuscaloosa, Alabama icon

Tuscaloosa: Centennial Progress, Millennial Hopes icon

Tuscaloosa: the Tradition, the Spirit, the Vision icon

Pioneers of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

History of the Tuscaloosa County (Alabama) Baptist Association 1834-1934 icon

Historical Record Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of The Founding of Tuscaloosa, 1819-1969; Including the Program of Festivities, April 19-26, 1969

Roupes Valley: A History of the Pioneer Settlement of Roupes Valley Which is Located in Tuscaloosa and Jefferson Counties, Alabama, From Along the Huntsville Road icon

Old Tuskaloosa Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1821-1855 icon

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1880 Census: Walker County, Alabama

Family Maps of Walker County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition

Walker County, Alabama Postcard History

History of Walker County, Alabama

Sipsey Portraits and The Man with a Light on His Cap: Being a Brief Chronicle of Coal Mining in Walker County, 1912-1960

Records of Walker County, Alabama

Dixie's Diverse Destiny

Walking Through Walker County

Proud Heritage: The Story of Eldridge, Alabama

Memories of Nauvoo

Walker County High School Athletics: 1920-2000

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History of Washington County, Alabama

1850 Census: Washington County, Alabama CD

Old Saint Stephens: Alabama's First Territorial Capital Between Slaughter Bend and Gopher Hill From 1800 to 1999

Three Capitals: A Book about the First Three Capitals of Alabama-St. Stephens, Huntsville, and Cahawba, 1818-1826

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1850 Census: Wilcox County, Alabama CD

Family Maps of Wilcox County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition

History of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church of Camden, Alabama: 1890-1938 icon

The First and Last Bell: A Story of Six Missions for Blacks in Wilcox County, Alabama icon

The Quilts of Gee's Bend icon

Records of Wilcox County, Alabama

Wilcox County Alabama Biographies icon

Alabama Records: Wilcox County icon

Down Home, Camden, Alabama

A Place of Springs icon

Original Document Available Now at Alibris: Will of Azariah Dumas icon
From the seller: "Original manuscript document. Wilcox County, Alabama. 1849. Signed. Lists many slaves. Also lists animals and property owned and indicates who shall inherit each item. Interesting division of an existing unified slave group which must have been unbelievably hard on the individuals involved. 5 4to pages, fully manuscript. Folded in 1/4. Near VG; legible."

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Winston: An Antebellum and Civil War History of a Hill County of North Alabama

Family Maps of Winston County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition icon

And West is West: The WESTs of Winston County, Alabama, Their Kith and Kin icon

1907 Census of Alabama Confederate Soldiers - Lauderdale to Winston Counties

The Free State of Winston: A History of Winston County, Alabama icon

Southerners in Blue: They Defied the Confederacy icon

Swimmin' Holes 'N' Fishin' Poles: Tales from Brushy Creek icon


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