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  • Alabama Department of Archives and History(166 clicks)
    Official repository
  • Alabama Heritage Magazine(129 clicks)
    Alabama Heritage is an award-winning, quarterly history magazine published by the University of Alabama and the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Each issue explores Alabama?s history and culture with lively, colorful articles about the fascinating people, places and events that helped shape Alabama and the South.
  • Alabama Historical Quarterly, 1930-82(108 clicks)
    The Alabama Historical Quarterly was published from 1930 to 1982 by the Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH). The table of contents is provided here upon written permission from the copyright holder.
  • Alabama History On-Line(105 clicks)
    Alabama Department of Archives & History
  • An Alabama Student and other biographical essays 1908(94 clicks)
  • BhamWiki(154 clicks)
    BhamWiki, part of the "Project to Document the Birmingham District", is an encyclopedic resource for anyone curious about Birmingham, Alabama and the region around it.
  • Birmingham Black History (99 clicks)
  • Early 20th Century Peonage(100 clicks)
    The Testimony of a Laborer Forced Into Peonage in Early 20th-Century Alabama
  • Echoes of the Great Depression(100 clicks)
    By Nathaniel Self. Coal mining in Alabama.
  • Encyclopedia of Alabama(95 clicks)
  • Woodward's Reminiscenses(100 clicks)
    "Woodward's Reminiscenses is a treasure of collected writings about some of the first events in America -- the early history of Alabama. These are the personal recollections of General Thomas W. Woodward, adventurer and soldier, who lived the times -- much of it actually with the Indians. He knew personally the great-great grandsons of Indians who had seen DeSoto on his march through Alabama in 1540."