The State of Alabama has many lost and forgotten stories

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Newsboy Mobile, Alabama 1914 (Library of Congress)

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ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS – Volume I – IV: Four Volumes in One 

The first four Alabama Footprints books listed below – Volumes I-IV have been combined into one book

Alabama Footprints Volumes V-VIII: Four Books in One

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