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Alabama Department of Archives and History
Information on Alabama - history, genealogy, references, teacher resources, and links.
Alabama
Article from the Columbia Encyclopedia. Hyperlinked to more information.
Alabama Heritage
A quarterly history magazine that explores Alabama's past with articles about the people, places and events that helped shape the history of Alabama and the South. Includes photos, subscription information and contact.
Alabama Historical Commission
The mission is to foster an awareness of the value of historic structures, sites, and objects that reflect the heritage of all Alabamians and to facilitate the preservation and documentation of these resources for the use, enjoyment and education of present and future generations.
Alabama Historical Societies
Locate address information (including web site links) to historical societies in each county within the state of Alabama.
Alabama Poorhouse History
Features tenant-houses for paupers. Includes records, photos, cemeteries and contacts.
Alabama Population Changes
Includes a list of Alabama counties, the 1990 census count with the 1995 estimate and percentage of change.
Alabama Research at The Records Room
Locate resources (online, print, CD-Rom, lookups and addresses) for vital records in each county within the state of Alabama. Also search by year or hire professionals to speed up your research.
Alabama Women's Hall of Fame
Located at Judson College in Marion. Includes inductees, announcements, nomination details and contacts.
Auburn University Archives And Manuscripts
Records related to Alabama experimental agriculture and rural life, the history of aviation, politics, Civil War and reconstruction.
James Shepherd Freeman
Bio of the World War II hero and Admiral. Son of Alabama millionaire James Stanley Freeman.
Pickett's History of Alabama
From Desoto to the first legislature.
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