The Heritage of Sumter County, Alabama

By: Committee

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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

Book Title: The Heritage of Sumter County, Alabama

Author Name: Committee

Categories: Alabama,

Edition: First Edition; First Impression

Publisher: Clanton, Al, Heritage Publishing Consultants: 2003

ISBN or ASIN Number: 1891647644

ISBN or ASIN Number 13: 9781891647642

Binding (hardback, paperback, etc.): Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued

Seller ID or SKU: 61531

Keywords: Genealogy History Americana Family History South,