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  1. The Very Worst Road: Travellers' Accounts of Crossing Alabama's Old Creek Indian Territory, 1820-1847 (Alabama Fire Ant)
  2. University Of Alabama: Pictoral History by Suzanne R. Wolfe, 1983-08-30
  3. History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography by Thomas McAdory Owen, 2009-11-25
  4. History Of Alabama V2: And Dictionary Of Alabama Biography (1921) by Thomas McAdory Owen, 2010-09-10
  5. Carry Me Home : Birmingham, Alabama: The Climactic Battle of the Civil Rights Revolution by Diane McWhorter, 2002-02-05
  6. Dead Towns of Alabama by W. Stuart Harris, 2001-08-07
  7. A Rich Man's War, A Poor Man's Fight: Desertion of Alabama Troops from the Confederate Army (Library Alabama Classics) by Bessie Martin, 2003-04-02
  8. The Reminiscences of George Strother Gaines: Pioneer and Stateman of Early Alabama and Mississippi, 1805-1843 (Library of Alabama Classics) by George Strother Gaines, 1998-04-13
  9. Everybody Was Black Down There: Race and Industrial Change in the Alabama Coalfields (Politics and Culture in the Twentieth-Century South) by Robert H. Woodrum, 2007-02-01
  10. The history of Butler County, Alabama, from 1815 to 1885
  11. Developed for the Service of Alabama: The Centennial History of the Alabama Power Company, 1906-2006 by Leah Rawls Atkins, 2006-01
  12. Pickett's History of Alabama: And Incidentally of Georgia and Mississippi from the Earliest Period by Albert James Pickett, 2003-03-15
  13. John Horry Dent: South Carolina Aristocrat On Alabama Frontier (Library Alabama Classics) by Ray Mathis, 2003-11-20
  14. A History of Alabama's Deadliest Tornadoes: Disaster in Dixie by Kelly Kazek, 2010-05-31

1. Alabama History
Information on the history of Alabama including state capitals, constitutions, military history, and Civil War activities.
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    Harris Lee ParcusThe Godfather of North Alabama
    The story, "The Legend of Harris Lee Parcus," is about moonshining in North Alabama and traces a family's involvement in the business from the early part of the last century.
    Alabama Celebrates 180 Years!
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    Old Huntsville Photo Album
    Tom Carney, of Old Huntsville magazine, has produced another outstanding CD ROM of rare photos of the Huntsville of yesteryear.
    Civil War and History
    Excellent resource on Alabama's history and Civil War experience from About's Mobile, AL guide, Joseph Sackett.
    Alabama Center of Military History
    Historical preservation, public display, reference library, and public education on participants of World War II and subsequent conflicts.
    Alabama Constitution Village
    Visit 8 reconstructed federal buildings and step into the 19th century on this tour. Information, prices, field trips, and maps available.

    2. Alabama History
    Outline of Alabama History The following articles should give the reader an understanding of early Alabama History. When a genealogist encounters a brickwall

    3. Books On Alabama History
    Books on Alabama History Local and Regional History, Genealogy and the Old South from Brough's Books
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    Alabama Railroads

    by Wayne Cline
    Listed under American Railroads Alabama: Atlas of Historical County Boundaries
    by John H. Long (Editor), Peggy Tuck Sinko
    Listed under Alabama Genealogy Alabama Governors: A Political History of the State
    by Samuel L. Webb, Margaret E. Armbrester, Albert P. Brewer
    Hardcover from Univ of Alabama Pr (Txt) Book Published: June, 2001

    4. Alabama History And Incidentally Georgia And Mississippi
    Table of Contents. About four years since, feeling impressed with the fact that it was the duty of every man to make himself, in some way, useful to

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    Alabama Battles of the Civil War Alabama Indians Lots of links on Alabama Indians. Alabama Archives Webpage for Kids Go here to find information about famous Alabamians Home 07-08/Just for Kids/HIstor
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    6. Alabama History - Blackwell Bookshop Online
    Alabama History, Cornett, Lloyd H., Jr., History Books Blackwell Online Bookshop
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      Alabama History
      An Annotated Bibliography
      Cornett, Lloyd H., Jr.
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      Publisher: ABC-CLIO
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      An annotated interdisciplinary bibliography on Alabama. The work is arranged chronologically by periods in Alabama history with topical subdivisions under each period. Concise, but descriptive annotations supplement the titles to delimit the time, place and topical focus of the entry. More Write a review Reviews:
      "Alabama History: An Annotated Bibliography is by far the most important work published on Alabama history in the last hundred years. Few if any scholars will try to complete a paper about any subject in Alabama history without consulting this work."-Kenneth R. Johnson Professor Emeritus University of North Alabama
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    7. History Of Alabama - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    renewed voters rights, enabled hundreds of thousands of Alabama citizens to participate for the first time in the political system. See also. History of Baptists in Alabama; History of
    History of Alabama
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Alabama State Flag Alabama became a state of the United States of America on December 14, 1819. After the Indian wars and removals of the early 19th century forced most Native Americans out of the state, white settlers arrived in large numbers. Wealthy planters created large cotton plantations based in the fertile central Black Belt , which depended on the labor of enslaved African Americans . Tens of thousands of slaves were transported to and sold in the state by slave traders who purchased them in the Upper South. Elsewhere in Alabama, poorer whites practiced subsistence farming . By 1860 African Americans comprised 45% of the state's population of 964,201. Alabama declared its secession and joined the Confederate States of America from 1861 to 1865. The slaves were freed in 1865. All of the population suffered economic losses and hardships as a result of the American Civil War , the ensuing agricultural depression, and the financial Panic of 1873 . After a period of Reconstruction , Alabama emerged still a poor, heavily rural state, with an economy even more tied to cotton despite its declining prices. Whites used legal means, violence and harassment to re-establish political and social dominance over the recently emancipated African Americans. In 1901 the Democrats passed a constitution that effectively disfranchised most African Americans, who in 1900 comprised more than 45 percent of the state's population. They also disfranchised tens of thousands of poor whites.

    8. Topics :: Alabama History News a comprehensive news and information site from Tampa Bay Online, including breaking news coverage and video from the newsrooms of WFLA Newschannel 8, The Tampa
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    In the days before he killed five family members and five others in the worst massacre in Alabama history, Michael McLendon told a confidant he was unfulfilled and depressed by his failure to become a police officer or a Marine. ...more March 12, 2009

    9. The Alabama Review
    The journal of record of Alabama history and of the Alabama Historical Association.
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    Tommy Brown, Research Associate
    The Alabama Review is a peer-reviewed academic journal that presents the best of scholarship on the history of the state. Published by the Alabama Historical Association in cooperation with the Auburn University history department , the Review covers a wide range of topics: pre-Revolutionary War colonization, Native Americans, state and regional politics, the Confederacy and the Civil War, Reconstruction, industrialization, education, the civil rights movement, and religion are only some of the subjects you will find in the pages of the Review . In addition to regular articles, the journal features book reviews and notes, annotated documents, and research opportunities. The Review welcomes submissions from professional and amateur historians. Please review our Submission and Editorial Policies for guidelines. Subscriptions to the journal can be obtained through membership in the Alabama Historical Association , which starts at $15 for students.

    10. Alabama: History, Geography, Population, And State Facts —
    Information on Alabama — economy, government, culture, state map and flag, major cities, points of interest, famous residents, state motto, symbols, nicknames, and other trivia.
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    11. World Championship Domino Tournament
    Annual tournament In Andalusia, Alabama with a history of awarding over $450,000 in prize money and trophies. Includes area information, history of dominoes, previous champions, prize money, registration, tournament rules, and schedule of events.
    World Championship Domino Tournament
    Welcome to Andalusia, Alabama for the 35th annual World Championship Domino Tournament! The City of Andalusia and the Andalusia Area Chamber of Commerce join the Andalusia Rotary Club in welcoming you to this family event. Click here to view a map to the Kiwanis Fair Complex where this event is held. More than $800,000 in prize money and trophies have been awarded since the Domino Tournament began in 1976. Click here for the 2011 Tournament Registration Form in PDF format. Click here for a list of 2010's winners and the amounts they won! Click here to see some pictures of the winners and of Miss World Domino. Click here to start an email to the World Championship Domino Tournament to ask questions. Do not send credit card information by email. The address is: We hope to see you in July.
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    12. Alabama Department Of Archives And History
    historical value and promoting a better understanding of Alabama history. Contact Us Feedback Site Index Translate
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    13. Alabama History Pictures From Alabama Photos On Webshots
    First White House of the Confederacy, Montgomery, Alabama State Capitol, Wetumpka, Fort Toulouse......Alabama History pictures published by genebrooks Album
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    14. Grissom High School Band Home Page
    Band from Huntsville Alabama contains history, calendar, director listings, news, multimedia, section pages, alumni and parents information, and links.
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    Welcome to the Grissom High School Tiger Band Web Site!
    Click here for Video of Half-Time Show Click here for Kingsport Highlights - Awards and Pics! Click Here for Hendersonville Highlights - Awards and Pics! Parents - Please log into Charms and update your contact information as soon as possible!! We especially need a valid email address (preferably a parent's address) on file for every student. Pillows for Patriots - Click Here for Details! Move the mouse over the news items below to see the latest information for each item. Posted minutes from October Band Parents Meeting Posted October Newsletter.

    15. Reliving Alabama History
    Jo Freeman grew up in California, but visited her Alabama relatives as a child. This essay is about some of the family history she only recently uncovered
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    Reliving Alabama History by Jo Freeman
    When I was a child growing up in California, we sometimes drove across country to my mother's childhood home in northwest Alabama to visit the relatives. I picked up a little Alabama history on these trips, but only recently did I learn how much I didn't know. At the invitation of an Alabama cousin, I spent May Day, 2004 in a cow pasture in Blount County, Alabama, witnessing a Civil War re-enactment. There I discovered the hidden history of the civil war inside the state of Alabama. Why did I go? Because I was curious about family history that was radically at odds with what I had always assumed was true. As a child I thought every Southern family had a Confederate ancestor. I never asked my grandmother who our's was, or if I did, she didn't tell me. Over forty years later I found out why.

    16. Welcome To The Blue Creek Jack Russell Terrier Web Site
    Small JRTCA-registered kennel in Alabama. History, litter information, and photos.
    7100 Ridge Road
    Bessemer, AL 35023 Welcome To Blue Creek
    Jack Russell Terrier Kennel
    Blue Creek is a small Kennel registered with the JRTCA and is located in Bessemer, Alabama. At Blue Creek our goal is to breed good tempered, conformationally correct terriers and to preserve the working instinct that these little dogs were bred for. All breeding stock is BAER normal and annually CERF tested. We have signed and endorse the JRTCA " Breeders Code Of Ethics ". If you are interested in Jack Russell Terriers, please visit the JRTCA web site for further information.

    17. Alabama: History - TripAdvisor
    Inside Alabama History Before you visit Alabama, visit TripAdvisor for the latest info and advice, written for travelers by travelers.

    18. Special Collections And Archives
    Inventories, subject-based collection lists, records management policies and forms, and an archives tutorial. Site features links to Alabama history websites, and an exhibit of photographs of and facts about buildings on the campus.
    Special Collections and Archives
    The Andrew Jones Family, Autauga County, Alabama, 1925. Phone: (334) 844-4500 or 800-446-0387

    19. Alabama Department Of Archives And History, Alabama History Online
    Alabama History Online. Several links on this page are to websites of other government agencies.
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    Alabama History Timeline Alabama Governors State Election Statistics State Emblems and Symbols ... Historical Legislative District maps Updated: April 14, 2010 "We tell the story of the people of Alabama by preserving records and artifacts of
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    20. Alabama History Pictures And Videos On Webshots
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