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The Alabama Bubble By Brad Hartung
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A rookie Congressman, his fraternity brother, and a rogue professor team up to pull off a good-natured attempt to set the United States back on course financially. The Administration, the Chinese,... More > the U.S. Treasury, Senators, and Congressman all wheel and deal to make the most money off the actions of a few patriotic Americans.< Less
Alabama Raising (Hardcover) By Cheyene M. Lopez
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Governments of Alabama 1986 By Greg Michels
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The secret tool of government professionals. A serious advantage because you will simply know more than anyone else, about the relative performance of your government, in a framework designed by... More > those who make the decisions. Government and corporate executives, PhDs at government schools and associations, and rating agencies’ researchers told us what they needed to make strategic decisions. As a result, your serious advantage, the Governments of Alabama.< Less
Winston County, Alabama Newspaper Clippings 1886 - 1900 By Robin Sterling
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This book contains newspaper clippings from the earliest Winston County, Alabama newspapers available. The clippings were transcribed from microfilm and from original issues located in the State... More > Archives in Montgomery. Papers include the old Winston Herald, the Herald's political adversary called the Observer, and the successor to the Herald called the New Era. All available issues were studied and all mentions of births, deaths, marriages, and news items important to the history of Winston County were recorded and included in this volume. The book begins with a long and comprehensive essay on the history of newspaper publishing in Winston County. It ends with a full name index. This book is valuable to any serious student of Winston County genealogy and history.< Less
A Belle of the Fifties Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853- 66 Put into narrative form by Ada Sterling By Ada Sterling, Mrs. Clay
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THE memoirs of "Mrs. Clay, of Alabama," by which title Mrs. Clement C. Clay, Jr. (now Mrs. Clay-Clopton), was known during the period comprised by 1850-87, begin in the middle of the second... More > decade of the nineteenth century, the scenes being laid among the affluent plantations of North Carolina and Alabama, and, continuing through two brilliant administrations at the national capital, close, as she emerges from the distresses which overtook her and her husband after the never-to-be-forgotten tragedy that plunged a nation into mourning-the death of Mr. Lincoln.< Less
Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66. Put Into Narrative Form By Ada Sterling By Ada Sterling, Mrs. Clay
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THE memoirs of "Mrs. Clay, of Alabama," by which title Mrs. Clement C. Clay, Jr. (now Mrs. Clay-Clopton), was known during the period comprised by 1850-87, begin in the middle of the second... More > decade of the nineteenth century, the scenes being laid among the affluent plantations of North Carolina and Alabama, and, continuing through two brilliant administrations at the national capital, close, as she emerges from the distresses which overtook her and her husband after the never-to-be-forgotten tragedy that plunged a nation into mourning - the death of Mr. Lincoln.< Less
Shadows and Dust The Journal of the Confederate Experience in Northwest Florida and Southwest Alabama By Kevin McKinley
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History of the Civil War in Southwest Alabama and Northwest Florida
Shadows and Dust The Journal of the Confederate Experience in Northwest Florida and Southwest Alabama By Kevin McKinley
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History of the Civil War in Southwest Alabama and Northwest Florida
American Auto Trail: Alabama's U.S. Highway 31 By Lyn Wilkerson
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U.S. Highway 31 crosses the Tennessee Valley, climbs the western part of the Sand Mountain plateau, and traverses the more rugged region of the mineral belt through Birmingham to Calera. From there,... More > it runs through the fruit growing region of central Alabama, the fertile Black Belt, and the subtropical lowlands and pine forests of Baldwin County and enters Mobile from the east. This region is rich in American Civil War military and political history, as well as the stories of the Native Americans through the battles for Civil Rights. Come explore this cross section of the Deep South. This Second Edition includes text navigation, GPS Coordinates for Historic Sites, and an increase to over 350 listed sites and landmarks.< Less
The Descendants of Edmond Reaves (1775-1855): Volume II - The Ancestors and Descendants of William Clemens Reeves, Etowah County, Alabama By Reeves Alan Daves
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Robert Ryves left 16th century France because of religious persecution and established a family seat in Dorset, England. Years later, descendants of Robert Ryves traveled to the American colony of... More > Virginia to escape the political and religious climate in 17th century England. In the 18th century, some members traveled south from Virginia, looking for opportunities opening in North Carolina. Robert Ryves’ seventh great grandson Edmond Reaves continued the family's southern migration by moving into Georgia in the early 19th century and settling in Alabama by the middle of that century. Much of the family remained in Alabama as pioneers. Many of Robert Ryves’ descendants settled in modern day Etowah and Calhoun Counties in Alabama. The area of Hokes Bluff, Alabama was where Edmond’s son, Nathan Reaves, Nathan’s son, John S. Reeves, and grandson, William Clemens Reeves, lived in the 19th and 20th centuries and where, in the 21st century, many of William Clemens Reeves’ descendants still remain.< Less