Alabama: A Guide To The Deep South: A Guide to the Deep South

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Somerset Publishers, Inc., Jan 1, 1941 - History - 442 pages
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During the Great Depression of the 1930s thousands of writers were hired by the Works Project Administration to create hundreds of guidebooks on all of the states in the U.S. These volumes that were produced became known as theAmerican Guide Series. This series has been described as the biggest, fastest and most original research job in the history of the world.No library collection in Alabama would be complete without a copy of Alabama: A Guide To The Deep South.
 

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Contents

ALABAMA OLD AND
3
NATURAL SETTING
28
HISTORY
40
INDUSTRY COMMERCE AND LABOR
61
AGRICULTURE
74
TRANSPORTATION
87
EDUCATION
94
RELIGION
103
TUSCALoosA
243
Pulaski Tenn DecaturBirmingham Montgomery
253
ToUR 1A DecaturMoultonBlack Warrior National ForestJasper
273
Columbus Ga TuskegeeMontgomerySelmaLiving
281
Chattanooga Tenn Fort PayneBirminghamTusca
303
ToUR 3A Junction with US 11Valley HeadMentone State 58
317
Tallapoosa Ga Anniston BirminghamJasper
320
Fayetteville Tenn HuntsvilleGuntersvilleGadsden
328

NEWSPAPERS AND RADIO I
116
FolKLORE AND FoLKWAYs
122
LITERATURE
130
Music
137
ARTS AND CRAFTs
143
ANNISTON
159
DECATUR
180
GADSDEN
190
HUNTSVILLE
196
MoBILE
203
MoNTGOMERY
220
SELMA
236
Chattanooga Tenn HuntsvilleFlorenceTuscumbia
344
Lawrenceburg Tenn FlorenceTuscumbiaTuscaloosa
350
Bainbridge Ga DothanElbaEvergreenWaynes
360
Waynesboro Miss FruitdaleCitronelleMobile
366
MontgomeryTroyDothanPanama City Fla
378
Pensacola Fla MobileBiloxi Miss US 90
385
TuscaloosaGordoReformColumbus Miss US 82
392
CHRONoLoGY
405
BIBLIOGRAPHY
413
CENSUs FIGURES1940
424
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