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    Dragons Out My Window by Woodham, Patricia Dillon

    Weatherly Hall Press. F/NONE. 1997. First Edition. Softcover. 0966293606 . Clean, tight copy. ; Inscribed and SIGNED by the Author. White wraps with red and black illustration. ; 8.40 X 5.50 X 0.70 inches; 262 pages; Signed by Author .


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    Invisible Empire, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Jim Blair, Imperial Wizard [business card] by Blair, Jim

    Five Points, AL: Jim Blair, [198-]. Standard business card, red and black text, KKK emblem at right. Very good.


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    First Baptist Church, Attalla, Alabama, 1887-1987 by McClendon, Eleanor

    Tallahassee, FL: Rose Printing Co. Fine with no dust jacket. 1995. First Edition; First Impression. Hardcover. Glossey cover. Fully Indexed. Rare in this condition.We provide delivery tracking on US orders.; Photographs; 440 pages .


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    Huntsville Heritage Cookbook by Monroe, C. E.; Cookbook Committee

    HUntsville, Alabama, USA: The Junior League Of Huntsville706, 1981. Reprint Edition . Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Betty Monroe. Fine green cloth. Gilt titles and gilt cover illustration. No jacket. (October 1981), (October 1967), 8vo, [10], 3-387pp. [21], Recipes include: Baked York Apples; Master's Hickory Pit Barbecue Sauce; Boliche; Johnny Mosetti Beef; Texas Mexican Chili; Mrs. Langhorne's Tamale Pie; Martha Washington Jets; Fried Corn Pone; Huntsville Hush Puppies; Plantation Butterscotch Pecan Fudge; Southern Fried Chicken and Milk Gravy; Mrs. Chocolate Sheath Pie; Grasshopper Pie; Key Lime Pie; Ceabelle's Muffins; Oyster Jambalaya; Mattie's Chess Pie; Blair House Slaw; Summertrees Potatoes; etc.


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    Minutes of the eighteenth annual session of the Chilton County District Baptist Women's Association; held with the Big Springs Baptist Church, August 2-3, 1929

    N. pl: the Association, 1929. Pamphlet. 14p., lower edge of front wrap slightly worn, some creasing and browning, 5.75x8.75 inches. On the African-American women's religious organization.


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    Ludwig von Mises: Scholar, Creator, Hero by Rothbard, Murray N

    Auburn, AL: Ludwig Von Mises Institute, 1988. Paperback. 87p., trade paperback, sunned spine, light soiling to cover, lower right bumped corner, perfect-bound binding still intact though aging, else good. Published by Lew Rockwell's Mises Institute in Alabama. Rockwell and Rothbard were part of the effort to align libertarians and paleo-cons.


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    Minutes of the nineteenth annual session of the Chilton County District Baptist Women's Association; held with the Joanna Baptist Church, Mt. Creek, Alabama, August 1st, 1930

    Clanton, AL: the Association, 1930. Pamphlet. 8p., wraps chipped and stained with some pencil notations, edges stained not affecting text, overall a worn but usuable copy, 6.25x9.5 inches, a but worn but intact separate program sheet laid in.


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    The black school superintendent; messiah or scapegoat by Scott, Hugh J

    Washington: Howard University Press, 1980. Hardcover. xii, 262p., dj. Case studies of black educators in Macon Co., AL; DC; Wilmington, DE; Atlanta; Baltimore; Newark; and Highland Park, MI.


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    Jesus as a free speech victim, trial by terror 2000 years ago. Introduction by Croliss Lamont. Fourth edition by Durr, Clifford J

    New York: Basic Pamphlets, 1987. 16p., wraps, 3.75x5.75 inches. Reprinted from the 1960 July and August issues of The Churchman. Durr, a native of Montgomery, Alabama, was one of the few whites involved in the organizing that led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott.


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    Booker T. Washington and Eleven Other Men, Probably at Tuskegee. [our title] by Stereo View Card

    n.p., 1910. Very Good. 18 x 9cm. Card almost entirely flat unlike some stereo cards. Light scuffing and wear. No caption front or back and no identification of publisher or date. BTW and two other African Americans are seated at left end of back row. All men are wearing suits; two are holding white hats. We've seen several groupings of BTW with the white Tuskegee trustees. This a bit more integrated but we wouldn't be surprised if many of the prosperous-looking whites were trustees.


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    The West Point Route The Atlanta & West Point Rail Road and the Western Railway of Alabama by Hanson, Robert H

    Forest, VA: TLC Publishing Inc.. 2006. Quarto Size [approx 24cm x 30.5cm]. An excellent copy. Near Fine condition in pictorial laminated boards. Illustrated with Colour and Black & White Photographs. Black & White maps. 191 pages The West Point Route consisted of the Western Railway of Alabama and the Atlanta & West Point Railroad, operating in Georgia and Alabama. This book gives a detailed, cogent and well documented history of this well known but little understood operation. . 1st Edition. Hardback.


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    BEHIND THE MOUNDS With Easter Dawns on Mound Park by Wilson, Lona Mae

    Colonial Press Inc.. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1963. Hardcover. Rear cover foxed. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 78, 28 pages .


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    The Promise of Alabama Wallace Administration, What It Has Done - Where It is Going by Unknown

    Montgomery, AL: State of Alabama. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1960. First Edition; First Impression. Paperback. White and blue cover with photo of Gov. George C. Wallace. Official Alabama Directory Attractions for Tourists. Numerous photos and stories of Alabama locations. George Corley Wallace, Jr. (August 25, 1919 – September 13, 1998) was an American politician and the 45th Governor of Alabama, having served two nonconsecutive terms and two consecutive terms as a Democrat: 1963–1967, 1971–1979 and 1983–1987. Wallace has the third longest gubernatorial tenure in post-Constitutional U.S. history at 5,848 days. After four runs for U.S. President (three as a Democrat and one on the American Independent Party ticket), he earned the title "the most influential loser" in 20th century U.S. politics, according to biographers Dan T. Carter and Stephan Lesher.A 1972 assassination attempt left Wallace paralyzed, and he used a wheelchair for the remainder of his life. He is remembered for his Southern populist and segregationist attitudes during the mid-20th century period of the African-American civil rights movement and activism, which gained passage of federal civil rights legislation in the mid-1960s to enforce constitutional rights for all citizens. He eventually renounced segregationism but remained a populist.(Wikipedia); Photographs, Maps, Illustrations; 296 pages .


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    FOUR YEARS IN REBEL CAPITALS: An Inside View of Life in the Southern Confederacy, from Birth to Death; from Original Notes, Collated in the Years 1861 to 1865, with Biographical Sketch of the Author by Louis de V. Chaudron by DeLeon, Thomas Cooper

    Orig. pub. Mobile 1890. Reprinted 1975, 1988 from 1892 ed.. Print on Demand Edition 2011. (ii), 12, 376 pp., frontis DeLeon, an accomplished author, wrote this book almost immediately after the war, revising and condensing notes and recollections gathered during its most trying times. The book is unique in that DeLeon experienced many events that other writers of the times largely glossed over. As a civilian, he wrote of the politics of the Confederacy and described many of the tensions within the government. He omits the campaigns and battles which he did not see and which have been the subject of so many writings. Instead he had the object of trying to paint honestly the inner life of the South and what was going on in its cities and towns as the war waged on. Geographically, it covers the war throughout the South but with the largest emphasis on happenings in Alabama and Virginia.


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    HISTORY OF MISSISSIPPI, THE HEART OF THE SOUTH, Vol. I by Rowland, Dunbar

    xxi, 23-933 pp., index, 141 illus. Contents: Physical Features of Mississippi; Aborigines of Mississippi; Legends, Myths and Eloquence of Mississippi Indians; Spanish Explorers; French Explorers; French Dominion; British Dominion; Spanish Dominion; Sargent Administration, 1798-1801; Administration of W.C.C. Claiborne; Williams and Mead Administrations, 1805-1809; David Holmes, Last Territorial Governor (1809-1817); Statehood; Leading Figures in the State's Early History; Expansion and Inflation; Under the Constitution of 1832; Continued Development; Mississippi in the War with Mexico; Sectional Issues in Mississippi; Mississippi Resists Coercion; Last Confederate Administration; and Mississippi in the War for Southern Independence.


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    ANTIQUITIES OF THE SOUTHERN INDIANS, PARTICULARLY OF THE GEORGIA TRIBES by Jones, Charles Colcock, Jr

    Orig. pub. New York 1873. Reprinted 1972, 1983. Print on Demand Edition 2009. xvi, 532 pp. + illus. A study of the Indians of the southeastern states, this book emphasizes the Georgia tribes but also contains information on the aboriginal inhabitants of Virginia, the Carolinas, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Tennessee. The following topics are covered: the location of the various tribes, the physical characteristics of the Indians, religion and idol worship, medicine, tools and artifacts, family structure, games and arts, funeral customs and mounds, weapons and pipes, fishing and hunting, and many other aspects of life and manners.


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    Here I stand by Beecher, John

    New York: Twice A Year Press, 1941. Hardcover. 42p., first edition, one of 400 unsigned copies, this copy not numbered, very good condition in lke dj. Beecher, born in New York City, grew up in Birmingham, Alabama and worked at the open hearth furnaces in Birmingham's steel mills. This experience contributed to the working class imagery and related radicalism that informed all of his poetry. Beecher, after World War II, took a teaching position at San Francisco State University, in 1950 he was fired from it for refusing to sign a loyalty oath. In 1977 the California legislature reinstated his position at the University.


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    HISTORY OF EUFAULA, ALABAMA, THE BLUFF CITY OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE by Besson, J.A.B

    Orig. pub. Atlanta, 1875. Reprinted 1976. Print on Demand Edition 2017. (vi), 32, (v), xxvi pp. Eufaula, Alabama, the county seat of Barbour County, sits on a bluff on the west bank of the Chattahoochee River which is the boundary between Alabama and Georgia in that area. When the author wrote this brief history, Eufaula (formerly Irwinton) had been in existence less than forty years. This history traces Eufaula's development from its origins in the 1820s as an outpost of civilization, through its development as a prosperous agricultural and mercantile community, to its situation at the close of the Civil War. The text includes lists of officials of the municipal government, churches, benevolent societies, school officials, and railroad time tables. An unusual feature of this reprint is the reproduction of the advertisements from the original edition, which give a nostalgic and colorful picture of the commercial life of the community in the author's day.


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    Stun gun enema by Winkler, Chris

    Florence AL: Abscond, 1990. 47p., staplebound 5.2x4 inch limegreen wraps decorated with silhouette collage by author; just a touch of overall fading.


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    Mobile East by Dews, Robert P. Bobby

    Edison, Georgia: Rebel Books, 1972. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1972. Hardcover. Very Good hardcover edition, inscribed and signed by the author on the front endpaper. No dust jacket, minor shelf wear to cover. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 220 pages; Signed by Author .


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    CHRONOLOGY, ANCIENT AND SCRIPTURAL; BEING A REPLY TO AN ARTICLE CONTAINED IN THE SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN REVIEW, REVIEWING NOTT'S LECTURES ON THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE BIBLICAL AND PHYSICAL HISTORY OF MAN. [FROM THE SOUTHERN QUARTERLY REVIEW FOR NOVEMBER, 1850.] BY J.C. NOTT, M.D., OF MOBILE, ALA by Nott, J[osiah] C[lark]

    Charleston, S.C.: Walker and James, 1850. 44pp, stitched in original printed green wrappers [small blank corner chip]. Light occasional foxing, minor dusting, Very Good. Dr. Nott made significant contributions to the conquest of Yellow Fever. But he went off the rails when, fancying himself an expert on the subject of Race, he argued that the different races did not descend from a common ancestor, and that the Negro had an entirely different-- i.e., inferior-- origin from Caucasians. Nott purports to confirm his conclusion with a close examination of the Bible. Moreover, he says, scientific studies of Negroes' brains demonstrates their inferiority to the white race. "He argued that there had been separate creations for different races, and his views were used to promote the idea that African Americans were inherently inferior to whites and that slavery was justified" [Encyclopedia of Alabama]. Rosenbach [Judaica] 676. LCP 7726. Not in Turnbull, Singerman, or Sabin. OCLC records nine locations under several accession numbers as of August 2018.


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    HISTORY OF MISSISSIPPI, THE HEART OF THE SOUTH, Vol. III, (Biographical) by Rowland, Dunbar

    700 pp., index, 125 illus. Biographical information on the following individuals is contained in Volume III:Adams, M.T.; Albriton, J.L; Alexander, J.A.; Alford, W.B.; Allen, A.A.; Allen, B.B.; Allen, J.B.; Allen, J.M.; Allen, P.W.; Allen, W.T.; Alvis, A.H.; Amacker, O.H.; Anderson, W.D.; Armstrong, E.C.; Arnold, J.M.; Backstrom, J.G.; Ball, R.A.; Barbee, J.W.Jr.; Barrett, W.O.; Barron, I.H.; Baugh, W.M.; Beall, B.S.; Beams, D.E.; Belhaven College; Bennett, G.G.; Bennett, J.D.; Bigham, Claudia M.T.; Bingham, D.L.; Bishop, D.H.; Bland, H.O.; Boggess, J.E.; Bondurant, A.L.; Boothe, J.B.; Boozer, A.I.; Bourgeois, A.E.A.; Boyett, J.R.; Boyett, W.G.; Brannon, G.W.; Brewer, W.C.; Bridges, L.C.; Bright, I.B.; Brister, B.E.; Britton, E.H.; Broom, S.C.; Brown, G.L.; Brown, J.N.; Brown, J.T.; Brown, R.L.; Brown, T.J.; Bryan, H.M; Buchanan, W.F.; Buckley, W.C.; Bunch, J.H.; Burkett, O.R.; Bush, M.P.; Butts, E.S.; Campbell, R.B.; Carpenter, W.A.; Carter, H.R.; Carter, J.P.; Cashin, J.M.; Caughey, R.H.; Chaney, A.A.; Chatham, W.D.; Clark, A.B.; Clark, Charles; Clark, G.P.; Clark, T.M.Jr.; Clendenin, J.P.; Cloud, M.M.; Cohen, Moise; Cohen, Sam; Coleman, J.D.; Collier, S.J.; Collins, U.S.; Cook, S.C.; Cook, W.H.; Cooper, E.B.; Coulter, B.L; Covington, W.T.Jr.; Cowan, R.C.; Cox, J.M.; Cox, W.M.; Crawley, D.E.; Crisler, C.W.; Crisler, J.W.; Crum, C.L.; Culkin, J.P.H.; Cunningham, C.E.; Currie, G.W.; Currie, J.H.; Dampeer, L.M.Jr.; Daniel, G.O.; Davenport, C.A.; Davis, J.C.; Deanes, S.R.; DeKay, R.H.; Denton, W.R.; Dorroh, I.L.; Doty, W.P.; Downing, J.Y.; Downing, M.G.; Doxey, Hindman; Doxey, Wall; Dunn, C.C.; Durden, W.K.; Eason, J.S.; Easterling, Wyatt; Eastman, L.C.; Eckles; A.K.; Edwards, J.B.; Elkin, T.F.; Ellzey, L.R.; Elmore, R.C.; Ethridge, F.K.; Evans, H.M.; Evans, J.M.; Ewing, M.Q.; Fancher, J.R.; Feemster, L.C.; Ferris, E.B.; Fewell, J.R.; Fields, J.C.; Fine, Nathan; Flowers, Henry; Floyd, E.N.; Ford, J.H.; Fore, O.R.; Forman, J.M.; Fountain, W.T.; Fox, E.E.; Franks, J.D.; Freeman, A.H.; Fulton, B.M.; Furlow, A.B.; Galloway, C.B.; Galloway, R.U.; Gardiner, G.S.; Gardiner, S.W.; Garrard, W.M.; Garraway, J.S.; Gay, J.C.; George, A.H.; Gerard, F.T.; Gillespie, G.T.; Gillespie, Sumter; Gillespie, W.G.; Gilliam, L.A.; Gillis, Herbert; Glass, S.W.; Goodman, Ferdinand; Gordon, Samuel; Granberrry, D.P.; Graves, H.B.; Gray, W.F.; Greaves, J.M.; Green, Charles; Green, E.H.; Green, Marcellus; Greene, J.D.Jr.; Gregory, T.R.; Guild, W.E.; Gunn, R.B.; Guthrie, J.B.; Haley, L.P.; Hallam, Frank; Hallam, L.C.; Halsell, R.E.; Haman, T.L.; Harmon, F.S.; Harris, J.L.; Harrison, B.P; Harrison C.M.; Hart, John; Hart, W.C.; Hawkins, G.C.; Hays, G.L.; Hearst, A.A.; Heidelberg, R.W.; Hennessey, J.A.; Hennessey, P.L.; Henry, T.H.; Henry, T.M.; Herrin, C.H.; Hester, C.L.; Hewitt, B.J.; Hickman, J.G.; High, S.J.; Hilbun, Henry; Hill, A.J.; Hill, Luther; Holden, H.C.; Holden, J.B.; Holmes, Charles; Holmes, J.R.; Hosey, G.W.; Howard, W.E.; Huff, J.A.; Hughes, T.G.; Hughston, E.V.; Hume, Alfred; Humphrey, W.R.; Humphreys, B.E.; Hunter, A.V.; Igoe, J.J.; Ivy, F.P.; Ivy, H.M.; Ivy, T.G.; Jackson, A.S.; Jackson, F.Z.; Jackson, W.E.; Jacobs, B.E.; Jacobson, Gabe; James, W.W.; Jaquess, C.A.; Jarvis, T.E.; Jayne, R.L.; Jenkins, C.W.; Jenkins, J.T.; Jobe, E.R.; Johnson, J.H.; Johnson, P.B.; Johnson, R.B.; Johnston, A.S.; Johnston, Rev. A.S.; Johnston, R.C.; Johnston, R.E.; Jones, J.A.; Jones, S.M.; Jordan, W.L.; Kaufman, M.L.; Kaye, Samuel,Sr.; Keesler, S.R.; Kellner, Ernest,Jr.; Kennedy, J.P.; Kent, B.S.; Kernaghan, E.A.; Key, S.B.; Kimbrough, T.C.; Kirby, R.H.; Klumb, C.E.; Knox, R.H.; Kory, S.L.; Lampton, W.M.; Lear, John; Le Cand, F.J.V.; Ledyard, J.H.; Lee, G.T.; Leftwich, G.J.; Leggett, J.A.; Leggitte, N.B.; Lewis, A.J.; Lewis, A.J.,Jr.; Lipscomb, Dabney; Lobdell, J.V.; Locke, A.J.; Long, F.B.; Longino, C.S.; Lott, Peter; Lotterhos, F.H.; Lowe, E.N.; Lyell, A.M.; Lyell, G.G.; Lyon, J.A.; McAulay, Lochlin; McCabe, H.C.; McCune, W.E.; McDonald, P.M.; McDonald, Singleton; McDuff, G.B.; McFarland, B.H.; McGee, B.O.; McGee, C.H.; McGee, R.W.; McIntyre, A.J.; McKinnon, F.R.; McLaurin, M.W.; McLean, E.R.; McMorrough, G.H.; McMullen, W.A.; McNair, Evander; McNair, W.W.; McRae, J.L.; Marks, S.S.; Martin, B.F.; Mathis, B.W.; Matthews, S.S.; May, G.W.; Mayson, C.G.; Meador, C.G.; Melvin, J.P.; Melvin, L.B.; Merrell, G.H.; Miller, C.C.; Miller, R.N.; Milton, J.H.; Mississippi College; Mitchell, C.S.; Mitchell, G.T.; Mitchell, W.M.; Moffat, J.N.C.; Montgomery, Goode; Montgomery, Samuel; Montjoy, Gideon,Sr.; Moore, C.C.; Moore, J.R.; Morgan, C.E.; Morgan, D.F.; Morris, F.M.; Morris, J.H.; Morris, L.B.; Morse, W.E.; Mott, N.A.; Moyse, F.E.; Mullens, E.J.; Mulvihill, M.J.,Jr.; Murray, H.K.; Neal, C.A.; Neilson, D.G.; Neville, G.B.; Newton, Alexander; Norquist, R.R.; Norsworthy, H.C.; Odom, H.T.; Oliphant, J.R.; Overstreet, N.W.; Owen, H.B.; Owen, Minnie R.; Owen, S.W.; Parsons, F.C.; Pate, C.M.; Patrick, E.W.; Patrick, R.L.; Payne, F.C.; Payne, Marye D.; Pearl River County Agricultural High School; Peeler, S.J.; Penney, C.A.; Peteet, W.M.; Pettis, W.S.; Petty, W.H.; Pilkinton, J.P.; Podesta, A.J.; Polk, Abner; Polk, M.L.; Pope, W.R.; Potter, Chalmers; Potter, W.T.; Power, G.B.; Prendergast, J.M.; Provine, B.B.; Puckett, L.E.; Puckett, W.N.; Purvis, J.D.; Rainwater, P.L.; Ramsay, Charles H.; Ransom, F.T.; Rathell, B.C.; Ratliff, J.W.; Reed, W.N.; Reid, R.C.; Reily, M.W.; Rice, A.H.; Ritchie, W.A.; Robb, M.C.; Roberson, J.L.; Roberds, W.G.; Roberts, J.C.; Robinson, S.D.; Robinson, W.W.; Rogers, W.B.; Rouse, H.K.; Rowland, P.W.; Russell, D.M.; Russum, B.P.; Sams, W.C.; Sanders, Wiley; Sansing, J.F.; Saunders, W.H.; Scarborough, J.F.; Shillig, Stephen; Schmitt, W.A.; Scott, F.T.; Searcy, W.P.; Shackelford, W.L.; Shannon, C.R.; Shepherd, A.M.; Sherard, J.G.; Shurley, W.T.; Sillers, Walter,Jr.; Sillers, Walter,Sr.; Simpson, L.T.; Smith, A.J.; Smith, J.T.; Smith, L.P.; Smith, Sydney; Smith, W.H.; Smylie, T.M.; Smythe, J.G.; Snyder, G.H.; Somerville, James,Sr.; Somerville, T.H.; Spaulding, F.C.; Sparkman, A.B.; Spivey, L.G.; Sprott, J.W.; Stephenson, R.M.; Stevens, H.S.; Stevens, J.M.; Stewart, J.N.; Stone, Paul; Stone, W.E.; Stowers, F.M.; Strain, C.R.; Strain, R.G.; Stratton, R.E.,Sr.; Stribling, W.P.; Strong, L.Q.; Sullivan, Jack; Sullivan, W.M.; Sullivant, E.W.; Sultan, D.I.; Swain, W.B.; Sykes,E.O.; Taylor, C.V.; Teat, G.L.; Teat, J.A.; Terral, J.A.; Thames, J.D.; Thomas, J.W.,Jr.; Thomas, J.W.,Sr.; Thomas, R.B.; Thomas, S.B.; Thompson, R.W.; Travis, S.E.; Treanor, S.E.; Trigg, Mary H.; Turner, J.S.; Venable, W.W.; Walker, B.M.,Sr.; Walker, R.M.; Watkins, H.V.; Watkins, Richard H.; Watkins, W.H.; Watson, R.L.; Weille, A.A.; Weir, C.H.; Weissinger, A.J.; Welch, W.S.; Wells, J.A.; Wells, W.S.; White, H.L.; White, J.M.; White, J.P.; Whitfield, H.L.; Whiiliatworth College; Wiggins, W.E.; Wilburn, R.E.; Willcoxon, F.C.; Wms, B.D.; Williams, C.D.; Williams, C.H.; Williams, G.E.; Williams, H.S.; Williams, J.L.; Williams, J.S.,III; Williams, Mims; Williams, W.A.; Wilson, H.D.; Wilson, J.G.; Winter, J.D.; Wisner, F.G.; Wright, C.M.; Wright, J.E.; Yarborough, W.F.; Yates, E.V.; Yawn, H.C.; Yeager, J.A.; Yerger, Henry; Young, T.F.


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    Minutes of the twenty-first annual session of the Chilton County District Baptist Women's Association; held with the Morning Star no. 1 Baptist Church, August 5, 1932

    Clanton, AL: the Association, 1932. Pamphlet. 8p., wraps creased and smudged, some internal creasing and foxing, 6.26x9.25 inches.


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    A SKETCH OF THE CREEK COUNTRY IN THE YEARS 1798 AND 1799 and the LETTERS OF BENJAMIN HAWKINS, 1796-1806 by Hawkins, Benjamin

    Orig. pub. Savannah 1848 and 1916. Reprinted 1974, 1982, 2003. (v), 88, 500 pp., frontis., map This reprint combines two volumes of the Georgia Historical Society's Collections. Written by the first Indian agent in the United States, the book is an account of Southeastern Indian affairs from 1796 to1806. The reader follows Hawkins's travels through the Indian country in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee in his dealings with the Indians. The Sketch of the Creek Country is filled with information relating to the life, manners, and customs of the Creeks, and the natural features of the country. The Letters give the history of the various tribes with whom Hawkins lived and worked and include the details of treaties, his correspondence on behalf of the Indians, details of Indian languages, and manners and customs. A map of the Creek country, produced in 1818, is included.


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    Pope Alexander VI and his loves by Wood, Clement

    Girard: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1925. 64p., 5 x 3.5 inch stapled warps, "Famous people" penned in cursive along right edge of cover. Little Blue Book no. 977. Wood was an Alabama native and socialist. On the Borgia papacy.


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