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         Alabama History:     more books (100)
  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. The Alabama Department Of Archives & History - Home
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2. Alabama History On-Line
Alabama Moments. The Official and Statistical Register (OSR) of Alabamaand History Information. Address any comments to Debbie Pendleton
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3. Alabama History Links
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4. Alabama History
Broad collection of links on Alabama connects to general information, news, business, government, education, and tourism and recreation. History. Learn about Alabama's history or find your Alabama ancestors.
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Alabama History
Guide picks Information on the history of Alabama including state capitals, constitutions, military history, and Civil War activities.
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. Alabama's Constitutions Find out more about the 6 Constitutions in Alabama's history. Alabama Dept. of Archives and History Alabama history online, military records, This Week in Alabama History, family history and genealogy, and teacher resources. Alabama During the Civil War Ken Jones' site on Alabama and the Civil War, listed by year with links to most events and suggested topics for further study.

5. Alabama History Page
Features links to maps, records, facts, information, and publications for people, places, events and Category Regional North America Society and Culture History......MMII. Ray's alabama history. Learn More About Alabama's HistoryPast-Present-Future!The Governors of Alabama 1819-2003. Price $5.00.
Ray's Alabama History
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The Governors of Alabama 1819-2003
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6. Alabama History And General Information
With its ratification of the Constitution in 1819, Alabama was admitted to the Unionas the 22nd state. However, the history of the area goes back another 300
Alabama is located in the southeastern region of the United States. At 51,998 square miles, it ranks as the 29th largest state in land area. The 1990 census placed the population of the state at 4,319,200 people. For a clickable state map, you can look here History With its ratification of the Constitution in 1819, Alabama was admitted to the Union as the 22nd state. However, the history of the area goes back another 300 years. The first known European contact with what would become Alabama occurred in 1519 when Alonso Alvarez de Pineda sailed in Mobile Bay. The Spanish did not really explore the area for another two decades, when Hernando de Soto led an expedition into the region about 1540. Conflict between the Spanish and local Indian tribes, as well as French and English explorers, kept the Spanish from establishing a colony, and in 1702 the French established Fort Louis, the first permanent European presence, near present day Mobile. In 1763 the Treaty of Paris, which ended the French and Indian War, gave Mobile to the British and established British supremacy in the area. Montgomery was named permanent state capital in 1846, and it was there in January 1861 that the Ordinance of Secession was passed, forming the Confederate States of America. Montgomery was named as the capital of the fledgling nation and Jefferson Davis became the first president of the Confederacy. Admiral Farragut's blockade of Mobile Bay in August of 1864, coupled with Sherman's march to the sea in Georgia cut off the two major seaports of the Confederacy and harkened the end of the bloodiest conflict in American history.

7. Alabama History Links
alabama history Links. This Page is Under Construction. Thanks foryour patience. Alabama Constitutional and Legislative History.
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General Web Pages
Theses and Dissertations on Topics in Alabama History The Alabama Experience (APT) Alabama History Day Alabama History On Line ... Historic Chattahoochee Commission
Tables of Contents
Alabama Review Alabama Historical Quarterly Alabama Heritage Gulf Coast Historical Review
Departments of History
Auburn University Auburn University at Montgomery Birmingham Southern University Huntingdon College ... University of West Alabama
Virtual Collections
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"Documenting the American South" digital project at UNC-Chapel Hill Alabama Constitutional and Legislative History American Memory (National Digital Library Project: Search for "Alabama") "Narrative of James Williams, an American Slave, Who Was for Several Years a Driver on a Cotton Plantation in Alabama" (UNC-Chapel Hill "Documenting the American South" Project) The American Old West: Woodward's Reminiscences The C.S.S. Alabama Digital Collection Historic Postcards of Alabama WPA Life Histories From Alabama
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8. The University Of Alabama History Department, Privacy Policy, Contact, Last Modified June 6, 2002, Disclaimer.Category Society History United States Alabama
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9. Alabama History Day
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Alabama History Day
Alabama History Day, organized and developed by Auburn University at Montgomery, in conjunction with the Alabama History Day Advisory Board, which represents community leaders, university professors, and leading secondary teachers throughtout Alabama, is held each spring in Montgomery.
Supported by a generous grant from Alabama Power, by Auburn University at Montgomery, the Center for Business and Economic Development, the Center for Government and Public Affairs, and the University of Alabama Press, Alabama History Day is a nonprofit educational project that enjoys tax-free status (63-10889598) and depends solely upon private and institutional contributions to fund this vital educational opportunity for all students in Alabama.
National History Day
National History Day is a program designed to promote understanding of the American past and an increased awareness of our collective culture. Begun in 1974, History Day's purpose is to bring together university and secondary school teachers and students from grades six through twelve to develop individual or group projects, essays, and media presentations on an historical theme that embodies community, state, national, and world history. To stimulate student's interest in history, students and teachers are encouraged to utilize the many historical materials in archives, libraries, and depositories both in their communities and throughout the state.

10. Alabama History Day
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Please click HERE for the Alabama History Day website.

11. The Alabama Experience -- Programs About Alabama History
alabama history Follow Highway 80 through Demopolis, Selma, Montgomery, andTuskegee on a journey through alabama history. Producer Max Shores.
Alabama History
This page contains brief descriptions of programs broadcast on The Alabama Experience television series. On-line study guides or press releases are available for some programs and links to them are provided here. VHS videotapes of The Alabama Experience programs may be purchased for $21.00 each with Master Card, Visa, or Discover by calling Please specify program title when ordering. Across Alabama's Black Belt on Highway 80
Called the Black Belt because of its rich, dark soil, the area of south Alabama traversed by Highway 80 on its route across the southern U.S. was the staging ground for some of Alabama's most significant moments in history. It was here that DeSoto met Tuscaloosa, cotton plantations flourished, the Confederacy was born, and civil rights were won. Follow Highway 80 through Demopolis, Selma, Montgomery, and Tuskegee on a journey through Alabama history.
Producer: Max Shores The Amistad Incident
Remembering the revolt on the slave ship AMISTAD more than a century and a half after it took place. The coalition of abolitionists and attorneys that was formed to exonerate the imprisoned Africans led to the founding of the American Missionary Association. In turn, this group established many schools for blacks, including Talladega College. The show will also visit the Amistad Research Center in New Orleans, a manuscript library for the study of ethnic history and culture.

12. The Alabama Experience
A series on the culture and history of Alabama that airs on Alabama Public Television every Thursday Category Regional North America News and Media Television...... In fact, we have Online Study Guides to aid discussions in alabama historyand Social Studies classes. For more information call 1800-463-8825.
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The Alabama Experience is television's most complete and compelling look at Alabama. Each week this award winning documentary thoughtfully examines Alabama's fascinating people and remarkable history. These provocative and entertaining programs have told many stories, from that of the Freedom Quilting Bee in Alabama's Black Belt region to the lone county that refused to join the state when it seceded from the Union. "This well-produced series keeps surprising us
with just how interesting our state is."

The Birmingham News These programs have been recognized for excellence by many festivals and professional organizations including the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the National Educational Telecommunications Association, the Birmingham International Educational Film Festival, Worldfest Houston, and the Atlanta Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. With The Alabama Experience Programs from The Alabama Experience series are also available for classroom use. In fact, we have

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A LABAMA in H ISTORY Online Resources for Learning about Alabama G ENERAL S TATE R ESOURCES The Alabamians
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Among other features, a complete compilation of all six of Alabama's Constitutions Alabama Historical Commission Alabama AlaWeb
Your Official Online Connection to the State of Alabama Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel
Order the state travel brochure from them. A great way to get a good overview of the state's offerings! Historic Postcards of Alabama
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Albert James Pickett's History of Alabama and incidentally
of Georgia and Mississippi
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Albert James Pickett's History of Alabama and incidentally
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Paintings and stories of legendary characters . Take the kids here! Alabama History Day Alabama Historical Quarterly Table of Contents, 1930-1982 Unique audiovisuals available on Alabama Contains many links to various historical aspects of the states' history. Alabama Emblems and Symbols Historical Flags N ATIVE A MERICAN National Park Service: Russell Cave National Monument (Paleo period) A North American Paleoindian Projectile Point Database Tribes Recognized by the State of Alabama Alabama Indian Affairs Commission Moundville Archaeological Park ... Among The Creeks Stories, family histories, and documents of some

14. 3rd Alabama History
3rd, 5th, 6th, 12th, 26th and 61st Alabama Infantry Regiments. 3rdAlabama Infantry Regiment. The Third Alabama Infantry Regiment
3rd, 5th, 6th, 12th, 26th and 61st Alabama Infantry Regiments.
3rd Alabama Infantry Regiment
Field and staff officers: Cols. Jones M. Withers (Mobile; promoted); Tennent Lomax (promoted; KIA); Cullen A. Battle (Macon; wounded, Sharpsburg; promoted); Charles Forsyth (Mobile); Lt. Cols. Tennent Lomax (promoted); Cullen A. Battle (promoted); Charles Forsyth (promoted); Robert M. Sands (Mobile); Majors Cullen A. Battle (promoted); Charles Forsyth (promoted); Robert M. Sands (wounded, Gettysburg; promoted); Richard H. Powell (Macon; wounded, Spotsylvania); and Adjutants Charles Forsyth (promoted); Isaiah A. Wilson (Macon; resigned); Alfred R. Murray (Mobile; transferred); Samuel B. Johnston (Macon; KIA, Seven Pines); Mirabeau B. Swanson (Macon; transferred); Alexander H. Pickett (Macon; transferred); and David R. Dunlap (Mobile; wounded, Cedar Creek) Captains and counties from which the companies came: Up Bullock County CSA Records Alabama Units by County Z. A. Fowler CSA ... Confederate Queries [ 3rd alabama history ] 33rd ALABAMA Co. B

15. Lawrence County & North Alabama History, Geography & Genealogy
Census, cemeteries, historical sites, Indian mounds and trails, slave data, folklore, family history, Category Regional North America Society and Culture......
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16. Lawrence County And North Alabama History - Genealogy - Geography
Home. Special News Historical Markers. Newest Pages Pine Torch Church Cemetery Weather, Meteorites, Earthquakes. Topics Data
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Points Along The Way
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17. Alabama: History And Museums
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Ancestry: genealogy

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18. City Of Lincoln, Alabama...History Pages
has been rated the eighth fastest growing city in the State of Alabama and if Theprinted sources for this web page are A Brief History of Lincoln by Mary
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Chocolocco Creek
is also a tribute to their presence and named for another local chief. This creek runs through the south end of the city and at last survey was just one foot too short to be called a river. Another local attraction associated with the Muskogee and Conchardee is the Sleeping Giant. Although best seen from atop Mt. Cheaha, the Sleeping Giant can be seen in the distance on Alabama Highway 77 heading south out of Lincoln. The Sleeping Giant is really just a collection of foothills that, when seen from a distance, resemble a huge man sleeping on the horizon. There is, of course, a legend associated with the Sleeping Giant During the War of 1812, Andrew Jackson and his men camped at Fort Strother on the banks of the Coosa River near Ten Islands, just north of Lincoln. They arrived at the fort with no supplies and foraged for food over a wide area. The Lincoln area was noted by these men to have a good supply of fresh water and fertile land and many came back after the war was over to settle the area. Andrew Jackson also cut a trail through Lincoln on his way to Talladega for the Battle of Talladega. This battle took place on what is now known as Battle Street in the heart of Talladega. This battle was between the Red Sticks, a sect of the "Creeks" opposed to white control, and Andrew Jackson's men. Since then, the trail has been paved and is now known as Jackson Trace Road, part of it running parallel to the Talladega Super Speedway.

19. Alabama History Resources -- Alabama Info
alabama history Resources The Alabama Department of Archives and History has informationabout alabama history including great resources for teachers.
Alabama History Resources The Alabama Department of Archives and History has information about Alabama history including great resources for teachers. The Alabama Experience is a public TV series about Alabama history and culture. ALGenWeb is an excellent resource for genealogy research relating to Alabama. The Alabama Historical Commission helps preserve historic structures and locations. Ray's Alabama History Page is an eclectic history resource from Ray Jones in Montgomery.
Other History and Genealogy Sources Alabama Authors
Cyndi's Genealogy List for Alabama

WPA Life Histories from Alabama

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20. Alabama Review's Home Page
The journal of record of alabama history and of the Alabama Historical Association.Category Regional North America Society and Culture History......The ALABAMA REVIEW. A Quarterly Journal of alabama history. Sponsored by theAlabama Historical Association. Published by the University of Alabama Press.
A Quarterly Journal of Alabama History
Sponsored by the Alabama Historical Association
Published by the University of Alabama Press
Editorial Office hosted by the Auburn University History Department
Contact Information
Robert J. Jakeman, Editor J. Steven Murray, Managing Editor Kenneth W. Noe, Book Review Editor Mark Wilson, Research Assistant The Alabama Review
History Department
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Auburn, AL 36849-5207 phone: (334) 844-6770
fax: (334) 844-6673
Editorial Policies
Guide for Contributors
Prepare manuscripts according to The Chicago Manual of Style . Consult recent issues of The Alabama Review for variations in note style. All material must be typed and double-spaced, including extracts and notes. Leave ample margins. Use end notes (typed at end of essay) rather than footnotes (typed at bottom of page). Place note numbers in the text immediately after the appropriate punctuation mark. Submit three (3) hard copies of your manuscript and a 3.5" IBM compatable diskette in WordPerfect (please indicate version). Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope for the return of your essay.

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