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These sites are listed alphabetically. They all relate to Lauderdale County, Alabama; the State of Alabama; National or general interest to the genealogist and historian. If you know of a site that should be listed here, please notify me. Pat M. Mahan

1840 Census of Pensioners  
Revolutionary or Military Service. American Local History Network.

1890 Federal Census    [Article about the fate of the 1890 census.]

Alabama African American Genealogy

Alabama Archives [State of Alabama]

Alabama Historical Commission

Alabama Census Maps

Alabama Early Roads

Alabama Public Libraries with Family History Resources

Alabama Maps 1

Alabama Maps 2

Alabama Rivers

Alabama Vital Records Information

Alcorn County Mississippi Genealogy Society 
[Approximately the entire eastern portion of Alcorn County MS was taken from
Tishomingo Co MS about 1870. The early records of TIshomingo County are
located here.]

Cindi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet 

Civilian Conservation Corps  

Dating old photographs 

Doublehead Petition  1810 petition against removal from Indian lands.

Florence/Lauderdale Tourism [Planning to visit the Florence area?]

Genealogy Frauds [Site pertains to fraudulent lineages compiled by
Gustave Anjou and others.] 

Greenhill Volunteer Fire Department [Interesting page. Also has some history of Greenhill on the pages.]

Heritage Preservation, Inc.  HPI is a non-profit community association
dedicated to historic preservation in the Florence, Alabama area.

John Fuller's List of Genealogical Mailing List  [Includes all genealogy related mailing lists that are reported to him, not just those on Rootsweb.]

Killen School Restoration Project

Lauderdale County On Line  [Contains a history of Lauderdale County written by Oscar Lewis, as well as current information regarding the county.]

Library of Congress

National Archives and Records Administration

National Cemetery Administration Information regarding the National Cemeteries.

Native American Resources [Indian heritage.]

Newspapers on line     [Nation wide]

Slavery Petitions    

The Times Daily [This newspaper was established in Florence, AL, 4 July 1890. ]

The Trail of Tears  [Indian removal.]

U.S. Geological Survey  

U. S. Land Records [For Alabama and other Public Land states]

Wilson Lock and Dam

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