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    • Report on the number of indigent families in Conecuh County, Alabama.

    • 1865 November 23
    • The report lists the number of women and children in each family and ends with the following assessment by the probate judge: "It is impossible almost to enumerate the diferent [sic] reasons or causes of the indigence of these families the greater...
    • Q12042 - Q12043
    • Report on the number of indigent families in Dallas County, Alabama.

    • 1865 circa
    • The report is divided by town. The amount of information recorded varies by location because the data was collected by several different people: "It is proper to state that this report is not as full as desirable many of the agents not giving any...
    • Q12044 - Q12047
    • The States Rights Advocate.

    • 1956-1957; 1966
    • The States Rights Advocate was the official publication of the Montgomery County Citizens' Council, which was formed in 1955 to prevent integration in the county and state.
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    • The Negro Worker, Volume 1, Number 1.

    • 1944 July
    • Monthly publication promoting good work ethics and better understanding between African American workers and their employers during World War II. The motto is "Serving the better interest of the Negro Worker and his Employer."
    • Q7152 - Q7159
    • The Weekly Huntsville Advocate, Volume 40, Number 2,080.

    • 1870 October 28
    • The state and local news includes: railroads; taxation; and the 1870 election of state officers and the legislature. Much of page two is devoted to the Alabama Supreme Court ruling on two cases: State of Alabama v. William C. Estes and others on...
    • Q15763, Q15768
    • "Alabama Council Newsletter," Volume 3, Number 1.

    • 1957 June
    • This newsletter was published by the Alabama Council on Human Relations, Inc., "An Organization to Attain, Through Research and Action, Equal Opportunities for All People of Alabama." This issue includes articles on "segregation by intimidation"...
    • Q18356 - Q18360
    • Alabama Election News, volume 1, number 1.

    • 1970 May 27
    • This newsletter, a paid political advertisement by the Committee for an Informed Electorate, promotes George Wallace in the gubernatorial campaign. Many of the articles and advertisements focus on the support Albert Brewer (Wallace's opponent) is...
    • Q30141 - Q30148
    • The Dallas Gazette, volume 15, number 42.

    • 1858 August 13
    • The issue includes advertisements and articles on the following topics: goods and services offered by local businesses; death, marriage, and legal notices; local events; news about social, medical, agricultural, political, economic, and military...
    • Q26938 - Q26941
    • The Dallas Gazette, volume 15, number 43.

    • 1858 August 20
    • The issue includes advertisements and articles on the following topics: goods and services offered by local businesses; death, marriage, and legal notices; local events; news about social, medical, agricultural, political, economic, and military...
    • Q26942 - Q26945
    • The War, Volume 2, Number 46.

    • 1814 May 5
    • The paper was published in New York. On page 3 is an excerpt from a letter written by General Andrew Jackson, in which he describes the Battle of Horseshoe Bend.
    • Q22068 - Q22071
    • Mobile Gazette and Commercial Advertiser, volume 3, number 66.

    • 1820 June 7
    • The issue includes advertisements and articles on the following topics: goods and services offered by local businesses; legal notices and estate sales; national and international political, economic, and military news; public land sales in Alabama...
    • Q26140 - Q26143
    • General Order Number 141, issued by General Braxton Bragg.

    • 1862 November 3
    • The order dismisses Lieutenant Colonel Whitfield from service in the Confederate Army for "visiting Richmond and there by surreptitious means obtaining an order for the discharge of his Acting Colonel and his own promotion in his stead."
    • Q38502 - Q38503
    • Special Order Number 13, issued by General Patrick Cleburne.

    • 1862 December 25
    • The order appoints Captain Henry Semple as chief of artillery while his senior officer is temporarily absent. During the Civil War, Semple served as a captain of an artillery battery organized in Montgomery (known as Semple's Battery). He was later...
    • Q38508
    • Special Order Number 204, issued General Joseph E. Johnston.

    • 1864 April 15
    • The order acquits Captain Henry Semple in the military court of Hardee's Corps. He had been charged with "Disobedience of orders" for failing to submit correct quarterly ordnance returns. During the Civil War, Semple served as a captain of an...
    • Q38551
    • Special Order Number 51, issued Brigadier General Edward Higgins.

    • 1864 August 5
    • The order relieves Major Henry Semple from temporary "command of the outer line of redoubts"; he is to report to headquarters in Mobile for further instructions. During the Civil War, Semple served as a captain of an artillery battery organized in...
    • Q38564

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