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 Vital Records Information
Alcorn County Mississippi Genealogy
[Approximately the entire eastern portion of Alcorn County MS was taken from
Tishomingo Co MS about 1870. The early records of TIshomingo County are
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?]
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]
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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