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The Heritage of Choctaw County, Alabama, Committee
1 Committee The Heritage of Choctaw County, Alabama
Clanton, Al Heritage Publishing Consultants, Inc. 2001 Limited Edition; First Impression Hardcover Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued 
Blue leatherlike cover with gilt print. Looks new. Extensive index. The county seat is Butler. The county was established on December 29, 1847 and named for the Choctaw tribe of American Indians. Most of the early pioneers of Choctaw County were farmers from North and South Carolina. In 1912 the Alabama, Tennessee and Northern Railroad was completed through the county from north to south, connecting the area to the Port of Mobile and northern Alabama. It induced a population shift from areas near the Tombigbee River to the central part of the county. ; The Alabama Heritage Series; Vol. 12; Photographs, Maps, Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 292 pages 
Price: 149.97 USD
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The Heritage of Etowah County, Alabama, Committee
2 Committee The Heritage of Etowah County, Alabama
Clanton, Al Heritage Publishing Consultants, Inc. 1999 Limited Edition; First Impression Hardcover Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued 
Green leatherlike cover with gilt print. Looks new. Extensive index. Its county seat is Gadsden. Its name is from a Cherokee word meaning "edible tree". In total area, it is the smallest county in Alabama, but one of the most densely populated. Etowah County comprises the Gadsden, AL Metropolitan Statistical Area. The territory of Etowah County was originally split among the neighboring counties, with most of it belonging to DeKalb and Cherokee counties. It was separated and established as Baine County on December 7, 1866, by the first postwar legislature, named for General David W. Baine of the Confederate Army. The county seat was designated as Gadsden.Because of postwar tensions and actions against freedmen, a state constitutional convention was called in 1868. During it, this new county was abolished, replaced on December 1, 1868 by one aligned to the same boundaries and named Etowah County, from a Cherokee language word.[5] Most of the Cherokee had been removed in the 1830s to Indian Territory west of the Mississippi River.; The Alabama Heritage Series; Vol. 28; Photographs, Maps, Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 314 pages 
Price: 189.97 USD
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The Heritage of Lee County, Alabama, Committee
3 Committee The Heritage of Lee County, Alabama
Clanton, Al Heritage Publishing Consultants 2000 1891647555 / 9781891647550 First Edition; First Impression Hardcover Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued 
Blue leatherlike binding with gilt print. Looks never read. The county seat is Opelika,[2] and the largest city is Auburn. The county is named for General Robert E. Lee (1807–1870), who served as General in Chief of the Armies of the Confederate States in 1865.[3] Lee County comprises the Auburn-Opelika, AL Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Columbus-Auburn-Opelika, GA-AL Combined Statistical Area.; Heritage of Alabama series; Vol. 41; Photographs, Maps, Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 353 pages 
Price: 99.97 USD
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The heritage of Pickens County, Alabama, Committee
4 Committee The heritage of Pickens County, Alabama
Clanton, Al Heritage Pub. Consultants 1999 189164730x / 9781891647307 First Edition; First Impression Hardcover Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued 
Blue cover with gilt decorations in a handsome leatherlike binding. Located in the west-central part of the state, Pickens County is a rural county of timbered uplands to the north and rolling plains to the south. During World War II, the Pickens County city of Aliceville served as the site of one of the largest German prisoner of war camps in the nation. Pickens County was created by an act of the Alabama legislature on December 20, 1820. The county was created from part of Tuscaloosa County, which itself was formed in 1818 from territory acquired through land cessions negotiated with the Cherokees and Choctaws in the late 1810s. Pickens County's boundaries changed several times between 1820 and 1866, when its boundaries were finalized. The county was named in honor of Gen. Andrew Pickens of South Carolina, a Revolutionary War hero. Rare. ; Heritage of Alabama series; Vol. 54; 4to 11" - 13" tall; c385 pages 
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The Heritage of Russell County, Alabama, Committee
5 Committee The Heritage of Russell County, Alabama
Clanton, Al Heritage Publishing Consultants 2003 1891647636 / 9781891647635 First Edition; First Impression Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Green leather like cover with gilt print. Large heavy book. Russell County was established by an act of the state general assembly on December 18, 1832, from lands ceded to the state by the Creek Indians. The county seat has changed several times: Girard (1833–1839), Crawford originally Crockettsville (1839–1868), Seale (1868–1935) and Phenix City (1935–present). It was named for War of 1812, Col. Gilbert Christian Russell, Sr., 1782–1861, 3rd U.S. Infantry. Its county seat is Phenix City. Its name is in honor of Colonel Gilbert C. Russell, who fought in the wars against the Creek Indians.; Heritage of Alabama series; Vol. 57; Photographs, illustrations, charts; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 586 pages 
Price: 159.97 USD
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The Heritage of Sumter County, Alabama, Committee
6 Committee The Heritage of Sumter County, Alabama
Clanton, Al Heritage Publishing Consultants 2003 1891647644 / 9781891647642 First Edition; First Impression Hardcover Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued 
Blue cover with gilt decorations in a handsome leatherlike binding. Contains historical and genealogical information. Sumter County is located in the west-central part of Alabama in the Black Belt region. Sumter was also the birthplace of Ruby Pickens Tartt, who helped to collect African American narratives and local musical traditions, and of Vera Hall Ward, a blues singer whom Tartt helped bring to fame. The county also was home to Julia S. Tutwiler, pioneer advocate of women's education, prison reform, and women's rights, and who wrote the state song. Sumter County was created by the Alabama legislature on December 18, 1832, from former Choctaw Indian lands ceded to the United States in the Choctaw Treaty of 1830, also known as the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek. Sumter County was named in honor of Gen. Thomas Sumter of South Carolina, a Revolutionary War hero. ; The Heritage of Alabama Series; Vol. 60; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 297 pages 
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The Heritage of Washington County, Alabama, Committee
7 Committee The Heritage of Washington County, Alabama
Clanton, Al Heritage Publishing Consultants, Inc. 2005 Limited Edition; First Impression Hardcover Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued 
Blue leatherlike cover with gilt print. Looks new. Extensive index. The county seat is Chatom. The county was named in honor of George Washington, the first President of the United States. The area of today's Washington County was long inhabited by various indigenous people. In historic times, European traders encountered first Choctaw and later Creek Indians, who had moved southwest from Georgia as early European settlers encroached on their land. Washington County was organized on June 4, 1800 from the Tombigbee District of the Mississippi Territory by proclamation of territorial governor Winthrop Sargent. It was the first county organized in what would later become Alabama, as settlers moved westward after the American Revolutionary War. ; The Alabama Heritage Series; Vol. 65; Photographs, Maps, Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 153 pages 
Price: 169.97 USD
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Story of Old Allegheny City, Committee, Allegheny Centennial
8 Committee, Allegheny Centennial Story of Old Allegheny City
Allegheny Centennial Committee 1941 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Very Good with No dust jacket as issued 
Signed by A.T. Kirschler Jr. the son of the last Mayor of Old Allegheny City who in 1907 became deputy Mayor of Pittsburg after Allegheny City was consolidated with Pittsburg, Pa. Allegheny City, known today as Pittsburgh’s North Side, was the third-largest city in Pennsylvania when it was controversially annexed by the City of Pittsburgh in 1907. Founded in 1787 as a reserve land tract for Revolutionary War veterans in compensation for their service, it quickly evolved into a thriving urban center with its own character, industry, and accomplished residents. Among those to inhabit the area, which came to be known affectionately as “The Ward,” were Andrew Carnegie, Mary Cassatt, Gertrude Stein, Stephen Foster, and Martha Graham. Once a station along the underground railroad, home to the first wire suspension bridge, and host to the first World Series, the North Side is now the site of Heinz Field, PNC Park, the Andy Warhol Museum, the National Aviary, and world headquarters for corporations such as Alcoa and the H. J. Heinz Company. Letter laid in from Joseph C. Clark to Victor M. Matz thanking him for loaning the book to him for research. Fully indexed with many surnames. Rare. ; American Guide Series; Photographs, Maps; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 235 pages; Signed by Notable Personage, Related 
Price: 59.97 USD
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Prairie Tales II  An Official N.D. Centennial Project, Committee, Bowman County Book
9 Committee, Bowman County Book Prairie Tales II An Official N.D. Centennial Project
Bowman, ND Bowman County Historical Society 1989 First Edition; Various Leather Bound Very Good with No dust jacket as issued 
Large leather bound edition, A History of Bowman and Bowman County, ND and surrounding areas including Rhame, Griffin, Buffalo Springs, Scranton, Gascoyne, Haley, Ludlow. Contains history, photographs, genealogy, etc. Alphabetical list of names in back. Very clean looks almost new. ; Photographs; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 655 pages 
Price: 44.97 USD
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The Story of Speedway...a Unique Town  Observing Speedway's (Indiana) Fiftieth Year 1926-1976, Community, History Committee of the Speedway Civic
10 Community, History Committee of the Speedway Civic The Story of Speedway...a Unique Town Observing Speedway's (Indiana) Fiftieth Year 1926-1976
Speedway, Indiana History committee 1976 First Edition; Various Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Blue cover. Clean book. Excellent history. ; Photographs, Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 276 pages 
Price: 29.97 USD
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11 Fort Recovery Bicentennial Committee FORT RECOVERY, OHIO 1791-1991.
Fort Recovery, OH Fort Recovery Bicentennial Committee 1991 First Edition; Stated First Printing Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Purple cover with gold lettering. History of area from 1791-1991 with photos and family history. This book is protected by an archival quality sleeve to maintain present condition. Rare.; 310 pages 
Price: 94.97 USD
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12 National Wool Growers Lamb Promotion Committee National Lamb Promotion Cookbook
National Lamb Promotion Committee 1980 First Edition; Various Plastic Comb Very Good with no dust jacket 
Yellow cover with black print. Very Rare cookbook on Lamb recipes. ; 132 pages 
Price: 53.97 USD
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SHENANDOAH COUNTY BICENTENNIAL, Wick, Robert Maphis (Chairman, Bicentennial Committee)
13 Wick, Robert Maphis (Chairman, Bicentennial Committee) SHENANDOAH COUNTY BICENTENNIAL
Shenandoah County Publishing House 1972 First Edition Paperback Very Good with no dust jacket 

Price: 14.97 USD
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