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Newspaper Clippings from the Cullman, Alabama, Democrat 1901 - 1913 By Robin Sterling
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The Cullman Democrat was established in 1901 Its circulation soon grew to match that of the most successful Alabama weekly newspapers. By January of 1903, the paper was purchased by Joseph Robert... More > Rosson. It remained in control of the Rosson family for many years afterwards. Microfilm and original copies of the paper from the Cullman County Court House Basement Archives, along with originals from the State Archives in Montgomery were reviewed with a view for capturing items of births, marriage notices, deaths, and obituaries. Other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Cullman County. Many of the clippings found here refer to people and events not found in any other history book. The Cullman Democrat recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Cullman and the surrounding small communities.< Less
People and Things from the Cullman, Alabama Tribune 1921 - 1926 By Robin Sterling
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By the turn of the 20th Century, Cullman was firmly established as the preeminent settlement in the hill country between the Tennessee Valley and the mineral region surrounding Birmingham. The... More > Cullman, Alabama Tribune continued to record news of the development of the city, county, and surrounding region. As with the first three books of this series, microfilm was obtained from the State Archives in Montgomery and Wallace College at Hanceville and reviewed, along with originals from the Cullman County Court house. A page by page examination of the film and originals was conducted with every birth, death, marriage, obituary, and news important to the history and development of Cullman County recorded. This book is important to any genealogist or historian with connections to Cullman County and contains many rare accounts and mentions of the earliest settlers of the region.< Less
Newspaper Clippings from the Colbert County, Alabama Leighton News 1908 - 1914 By Robin Sterling
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The Leighton News was first established by Fred W. McCormack in 1890. This volume covers all the Leighton News from 1908 to 1914. Each issue was examined column by column with a view for capturing... More > items of a genealogical interest such as reports of births, marriages, deaths, and obituaries. In addition, other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Colbert and Lawrence County, as well as the rest of the surrounding Tennessee Valley area. The early history of a country in often found in the pages of its county newspaper. Clippings found here refer to people and events not be found in any other history book. The Leighton News recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Leighton and the surrounding small communities.< Less
Newspaper Clippings from the Colbert County, Alabama Leighton News 1904 - 1907 By Robin Sterling
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The Leighton News was first established by Fred W. McCormack in 1890. This volume covers all the Leighton News from 1904 to 1907. Each issue was examined column by column with a view for capturing... More > items of a genealogical interest such as reports of births, marriages, deaths, and obituaries. In addition, other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Colbert and Lawrence County, as well as the rest of the surrounding Tennessee Valley area. The early history of a country in often found in the pages of its county newspaper. Clippings found here refer to people and events not be found in any other history book. The Leighton News recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Leighton and the surrounding small communities.< Less