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Chilton County, Alabama And Her People : A Brief History CD

Chilton County, Alabama And Her People : A Brief History CD

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Chilton County and her people : a brief history Clanton, Ala.: The Union-Banner, 1960 1950, 174 pgs. The Upper Creek Indians Chestnut Creek--Barbourville--Coopers Location and physical description Raising peaches an old game in Chilton County Chilton County in politics Killer never apprehended Newspapers in Chilton County The Hot Well Towns of Chilton County Mulberry Church History of Clanton Facts about Thorsby Religion in the county Doctors The county's industries Made clearing in wilderness Greyhound bus tragedy of 1941 Mineral Springs Sanatorium Chilton County's namesake Fruit and berry assoc. County's educational progress Thorsby Institute A destructive catastrophe hit county Its part in the Civil War Liberty Hill Baptist Church Customs in years past The Blackwell crowd Our boys at Santiago in '98 Our part in the World War Walnut Creek one of oldest churches in county Notable men of Chilton County The gay nineties of Chilton County Report of county superintendent of education Financial institutions W. H. Conway Famous negroes in Chilton County Rev. Mixon has been preaching for 53 years History of Providence church, beat sixteen Annual May singing Convention singing in the county Officials of Chilton County Clanton in 1904 Chestnut Creek--Cooper--Verbena The first automobile came to Clanton History of Verbena A bird dog goes to court Post offices and postmasters Chilton County old people in 1889 Two hermits of the county Industrial and miscellaneous Old Cedron Church History of Clanton Baptist Church Those taking part in World War II Commissioners Court audited in 1948 and 1949 Judge Middleton's prophetic speech Chilton County Post No. 6 American Legion J. N. Dennis Fixtures in Clanton, 1900 models Friendship used to be unity The historic covered bridge Visited the old home town Reminiscences of the past


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