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Did you know we have many biographies in book form?

BIOGRAPHIES OF NOTABLE & SOME NOT-SO-NOTABLE ALABAMA PIONEERS VOLUME VII is the seventh book of Alabama pioneers biographies.  A good deal of the information comes from source…

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Many of these biographies were Revolutionary War soldiers

Great book for Genealogists and Alabama Historians! Biographies of Notable and Not-So-Notable Alabama Pioneers Vol. VIII is the eighth book of Biographies on Notable and Not-so-Notable…

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Are you searching for family members who were in central Alabama prior to 1901? This is a good resource

The University of the State of Alabama was opened April 18, 1831, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the state's capital at the time and many pioneers…

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FEATURED BOOK: a delightful journey back to the Alabama days of the 1940s – 60s with a person who lived them

(FEATURED BOOK is the place we share books with Alabama connections on www.alabamapioneers.com  Email AP at [email protected]  for more information on how your book can…

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Genealogy book on JOHN T. ‘SQUIRE’ BOYD, an early pioneer of Perry County, Alabama

JOHN T. 'SQUIRE' BOYD, an early pioneer of Perry County, Alabama is believed to have been the son of Robert and Rosannah (Stewart) Boyd…

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John C. Bamberg was born June 1760 in Pennsylvania. Here are descendants in Alabama

John G. Bamberg (1760-1801) was born Jun 1760 in Eastern, Pennsylvania, USA or Bavaria and died 1801 in Lexington, Orangeburg, South Carolina, USA. He…

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Do you have an ancestor who resided in Southeast Alabama in 1908?

Find your southeast Alabama ancestor in THE DOTHAN EAGLE, HOUSTON COUNTY, ALABAMA 1908 NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS Dothan was a railroad hub for Southeast Florida and…

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The surnames of many people in Bibb County, Alabama date back to pioneer days

During the "Alabama Fever" period of United States history, early settlers migrated to Alabama from North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Mississippi, Georgia, Kentucky, and…

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This Alabama ancestral line is mentioned in a best-selling novel and inspired historical fiction series

Alabama Descendants of ELISHA COTTINGHAM (ca. 1755-ca. 1820) is the Cottingham family mentioned in the best-selling novel, Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans…

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Biography: Elisha Cottingham Jr. (1793 – 1870) Bibb County – photographs

My Historical Fiction series Tapestry of Love and the novel Discordance is based on and inspired by the Cottingham family. Ribbon of Love is the…

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Alexander Grancer Cobb born 1772, SC – died in 1856 Bibb County, Alabama

Don't waste time researching genealogy others have completed. This book is filled with genealogy research, notes and sources of information on Alexander Grancer Cobb's…