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<h3> Repositories </h3>
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=== Reposistories ===
<p>Most archives and libraries collect records about local residents (biographies, family histories, and local histories) and about nearby places (maps, gazetteers, and place-finding aids). They often compile reference helps and special indexes to important local sources. In many communities they serve as a meeting place for local historical and genealogical societies, and may be able to provide referrals to people who are willing to look up information in local records. Before you visit an archive or a library, contact them and ask for information on their collection, hours, services, and fees.  
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</p><p>Many archives and libraries have helpful sources for locating information about Alabama, such as maps, gazetteers, and other place-finding aids. They frequently have collections of previous research, such as family and local histories and biographies. Many have record-finding aids, such as guides to their own collections or inventories of records housed elsewhere in the state. Archives and libraries near state boundaries usually collect records relating to the adjacent states.  
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Most archives and libraries collect records about local residents (biographies, family histories, and local histories) and about nearby places (maps, gazetteers, and place-finding aids). They often compile reference helps and special indexes to important local sources. In many communities they serve as a meeting place for local historical and genealogical societies, and may be able to provide referrals to people who are willing to look up information in local records. Before you visit an archive or a library, contact them and ask for information on their collection, hours, services, and fees.  
</p><p>The following archives, libraries, and societies have collections or services helpful to genealogical researchers:  
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</p><p><img src="/learn/wiki/en/images/8/8d/Alabama_Department_of_Archives_and_History.jpg" _fck_mw_filename="Alabama Department of Archives and History.jpg" _fck_mw_location="right" _fck_mw_width="300" alt="Alabama Department of Archives and History.jpg" class="fck_mw_right" style="width: 300;" /><b><a _fcknotitle="true" href="Alabama Department of Archives and History">Alabama Department of Archives and History</a></b><br>624 Washington Avenue<br>Montgomery, AL 36130-0100 <br>Telephone: 334-242-4435 <br>Fax: 334-240-3433<br>E-mail: <a href="mailto:n.dupree@archives.alabama.gov">n.dupree@archives.alabama.gov</a><br>The mailing address is:<br>P.O. Box 300100<br>Montgomery, AL 36130-0100 <br><br>  
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Many archives and libraries have helpful sources for locating information about Alabama, such as maps, gazetteers, and other place-finding aids. They frequently have collections of previous research, such as family and local histories and biographies. Many have record-finding aids, such as guides to their own collections or inventories of records housed elsewhere in the state. Archives and libraries near state boundaries usually collect records relating to the adjacent states.  
</p><p>The Department of Archives and History (closed Mondays) has the following records: federal and state censuses; vital records (birth, death, marriage, and divorce); county records (deeds, wills, and other probate records); land, military, and military discharge records (DD214s); surname files; city directories; African-American records (Reconstruction to the present); American Indian records; and immigration and naturalization records.<br>  
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</p><p><b><a _fcknotitle="true" href="National Archives Southeast Region (Atlanta)">National Archives Southeast Region (Atlanta)</a></b><img src="/learn/wiki/en/images/e/e7/NARA_Atlanta.jpg" _fck_mw_filename="NARA Atlanta.jpg" _fck_mw_location="right" _fck_mw_width="130" alt="NARA Atlanta.jpg" class="fck_mw_right" style="width: 130;" /><br>5780 Jonesboro Road<br>Morrow, Georgia 30260<br>Phone: 770-968-2100<br>Fax: 770-968-2547<br>E-mail: <a href="mailto://atlanta.archives@nara.gov/">atlanta.archives@nara.gov</a> <br><br>  
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The following archives, libraries, and societies have collections or services helpful to genealogical researchers:  
</p><p><b><a _fcknotitle="true" href="Dallas Public Central Library">Dallas Public Central Library</a></b>
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</p><p><b><a _fcknotitle="true" href="Alabama Historical Association">Alabama Historical Association</a></b>
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[[Image:Alabama Department of Archives and History.jpg|right|300px|Alabama Department of Archives and History.jpg]]'''[[Alabama Department of Archives and History]]'''<br>624 Washington Avenue<br>Montgomery, AL 36130-0100 <br>Telephone: 334-242-4435 <br>Fax: 334-240-3433<br>E-mail: [mailto:n.dupree@archives.alabama.gov n.dupree@archives.alabama.gov]<br>The mailing address is:<br>P.O. Box 300100<br>Montgomery, AL 36130-0100 <br><br>  
</p><p><b><a _fcknotitle="true" href="Birmingham Public Library">Birmingham Public Library</a></b><img src="/learn/wiki/en/images/8/87/Linn-HenleyResearchLibrary.jpg" _fck_mw_filename="Linn-HenleyResearchLibrary.jpg" _fck_mw_location="right" _fck_mw_width="130" alt="Linn-HenleyResearchLibrary.jpg" class="fck_mw_right" style="width: 130;" /><br>2100 Park Place<br>Birmingham, AL 35203 <br>Telephone: 205-226-3665 <br>E-mail: <a href="mailto:jpate@bham.lib.al.us">jpate@bham.lib.al.us</a> <br><br>  
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</p><p><b><a _fcknotitle="true" href="Samford University Library">Samford University Library</a></b><br>Special Collection Department<br>800 Lakeshore Drive<br>Birmingham, AL 35229<br>Telephone: 205-726-2749<br>Fax: 205-726-2642  
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The Department of Archives and History (closed Mondays) has the following records: federal and state censuses; vital records (birth, death, marriage, and divorce); county records (deeds, wills, and other probate records); land, military, and military discharge records (DD214s); surname files; city directories; African-American records (Reconstruction to the present); American Indian records; and immigration and naturalization records.<br>  
</p><p><b><a _fcknotitle="true" href="Mobile Public Library">Mobile Public Library</a></b><img src="/learn/wiki/en/images/a/ab/Mobile_Public_Library_2008.jpg" _fck_mw_filename="Mobile Public Library 2008.jpg" _fck_mw_location="right" _fck_mw_width="130" alt="Mobile Public Library 2008.jpg" class="fck_mw_right" style="width: 130;" /><br>Local History Dept. <br>704 Government Street<br>Mobile, AL 36602-1499 <br>Telephone: 334-208-7093 <br>Fax: 334-208-5866 <br>E-mail: <a href="mailto:mpllhg@acan.net">mpllhg@acan.net</a> <br><br>  
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</p><p><b><a _fcknotitle="true" href="Florence-Lauderdale Public Library">Florence-Lauderdale Public Library</a></b>
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'''[[National Archives Southeast Region (Atlanta)]]'''[[Image:NARA Atlanta.jpg|right|130px|NARA Atlanta.jpg]]<br>5780 Jonesboro Road<br>Morrow, Georgia 30260<br>Phone: 770-968-2100<br>Fax: 770-968-2547<br>E-mail: [mailto://atlanta.archives@nara.gov/ atlanta.archives@nara.gov] <br><br>  
</p><p><b><a _fcknotitle="true" href="University of Alabama Libraries">University of Alabama Libraries</a></b> <br> William Stanley Hoole Special Collections Library<br>University of Alabama<br>Second Floor<br>Mary Harmon Bryant Hall<br>500 Hackberry Lane<br>Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0266 <br>Telephone: 205-348-0500 <br>Fax: 205-348-1699 <br>E-mail: <a href="mailto:archives@bama.ua.edu">archives@bama.ua.edu</a><br>The mailing address is:<br>P.O. Box 870266 <br>Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0266  
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</p><p><b><a _fcknotitle="true" href="Auburn University Libraries">Auburn University Libraries</a></b><br>Special Collections Department<br>Auburn University Libraries<br>231 Mell Street<br>Auburn University, AL 36849<br>Phone: 334-844-4500 or 800-446-0387<br>The library has a large genealogical collection and a helpful worldwide web site.  
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'''[[Dallas Public Central Library]]'''
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'''[[Alabama Historical Association]]'''
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'''[[Birmingham Public Library]]'''[[Image:Linn-HenleyResearchLibrary.jpg|right|130px|Linn-HenleyResearchLibrary.jpg]]<br>2100 Park Place<br>Birmingham, AL 35203 <br>Telephone: 205-226-3665 <br>E-mail: [mailto:jpate@bham.lib.al.us jpate@bham.lib.al.us] <br><br>  
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'''[[Samford University Library]]'''<br>Special Collection Department<br>800 Lakeshore Drive<br>Birmingham, AL 35229<br>Telephone: 205-726-2749<br>Fax: 205-726-2642  
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'''[[Mobile Public Library]]'''[[Image:Mobile Public Library 2008.jpg|right|130px|Mobile Public Library 2008.jpg]]<br>Local History Dept. <br>704 Government Street<br>Mobile, AL 36602-1499 <br>Telephone: 334-208-7093 <br>Fax: 334-208-5866 <br>E-mail: [mailto:mpllhg@acan.net mpllhg@acan.net] <br><br>  
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'''[[Florence-Lauderdale Public Library]]'''
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'''[[University of Alabama Libraries]]''' <br> William Stanley Hoole Special Collections Library<br>University of Alabama<br>Second Floor<br>Mary Harmon Bryant Hall<br>500 Hackberry Lane<br>Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0266 <br>Telephone: 205-348-0500 <br>Fax: 205-348-1699 <br>E-mail: [mailto:archives@bama.ua.edu archives@bama.ua.edu]<br>The mailing address is:<br>P.O. Box 870266 <br>Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0266  
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'''[[Auburn University Libraries]]'''<br>Special Collections Department<br>Auburn University Libraries<br>231 Mell Street<br>Auburn University, AL 36849<br>Phone: 334-844-4500 or 800-446-0387<br>The library has a large genealogical collection and a helpful worldwide web site.  
 
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</p><p>To learn more about the history and record-keeping systems of Alabama counties, use the 14 inventories of county archives, published by the Historical Records Survey from 1938 to 1942. These were published for: Clay, Colbert, Conecuh, Cullman, Greene, Hale, Lauderdale, Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Sumter, Talladega, Wilcox, and Winston counties. To access these publications, go to books.google.com and enter "Inventory of the County Archives of Alabama." The Family History Library has the inventories for Colbert, Conecuh, Cullman, Hale, Lauderdale, Lowndes, Marengo, and Talladega counties. To find these in the Family History Library Catalog see:  
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To learn more about the history and record-keeping systems of Alabama counties, use the 14 inventories of county archives, published by the Historical Records Survey from 1938 to 1942. These were published for: Clay, Colbert, Conecuh, Cullman, Greene, Hale, Lauderdale, Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Sumter, Talladega, Wilcox, and Winston counties. To access these publications, go to books.google.com and enter "Inventory of the County Archives of Alabama." The Family History Library has the inventories for Colbert, Conecuh, Cullman, Hale, Lauderdale, Lowndes, Marengo, and Talladega counties. To find these in the Family History Library Catalog see:  
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<h3> Courthouse Fires  </h3>
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<p><img src="/learn/wiki/en/images/3/30/Fire.png" _fck_mw_filename="Fire.png" _fck_mw_location="left" _fck_mw_width="30" alt="Fire.png" class="fck_mw_left" style="width: 30;" />Fires occurred in many county courthouses. If records are missing , you can often find cemetery records, censuses, church records, newspapers, Bible records, military service and pension records, delayed birth certificates, or records in neighboring counties that have similar information. See <a _fcknotitle="true" href="Burned Counties Research">Burned Counties Research</a>. Sometimes landowners registered their deeds after a courthouse fire. The following list shows when Alabama courthouses were damaged by fire: <br><br>  
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=== Courthouse Fires  ===
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<ul><li><ul><li>Baker 1870  
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[[Image:Fire.png|left|30px|Fire.png]]Fires occurred in many county courthouses. If records are missing , you can often find cemetery records, censuses, church records, newspapers, Bible records, military service and pension records, delayed birth certificates, or records in neighboring counties that have similar information. See [[Burned Counties Research]]. Sometimes landowners registered their deeds after a courthouse fire. The following list shows when Alabama courthouses were damaged by fire: <br><br>  
</li><li>Butler 1853  
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</li><li>Calhoun 1861, 1865  
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**Baker 1870  
</li><li>Cherokee 1882  
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**Butler 1853  
</li><li>Chilton 1870  
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**Calhoun 1861, 1865  
</li><li>Choctaw 1871  
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**Cherokee 1882  
</li><li>Clay 1875  
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**Chilton 1870  
</li><li>Coffee 1877  
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**Choctaw 1871  
</li><li>Conecuh 1868, 1875, 1885, 1895, 1900  
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**Clay 1875  
</li><li>Coosa 1900  
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**Coffee 1877  
</li><li>Covington 1839, 1847, 1878, 1895  
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**Conecuh 1868, 1875, 1885, 1895, 1900  
</li><li>Crenshaw 1898  
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**Coosa 1900  
</li><li>Dale 1869, 1885  
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**Covington 1839, 1847, 1878, 1895  
</li><li>Fayette 1866, 1916  
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**Crenshaw 1898  
</li><li>Franklin 1890  
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**Dale 1869, 1885  
</li><li>Geneva 1898  
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**Fayette 1866, 1916  
</li><li>Greene 1868  
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**Franklin 1890  
</li><li>Jackson 1864, 1920  
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**Geneva 1898  
</li><li>Jefferson 1870  
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**Greene 1868  
</li><li>Lawrence 1859  
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**Jackson 1864, 1920  
</li><li>Limestone 1862  
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**Jefferson 1870  
</li><li>Marengo 1848, 1965  
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**Lawrence 1859  
</li><li>Marion 1866, 1883  
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**Limestone 1862  
</li><li>Mobile 1823, 1840, 1872  
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**Marengo 1848, 1965  
</li><li>Monroe 1832  
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**Marion 1866, 1883  
</li><li>Morgan 1926, 1938  
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**Mobile 1823, 1840, 1872  
</li><li>Pickens 1864, 1876  
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**Monroe 1832  
</li><li>Pike 1828  
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**Morgan 1926, 1938  
</li><li>Randolph 1897  
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**Pickens 1864, 1876  
</li><li>Sumter 1901  
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**Pike 1828  
</li><li>Walker 1865, 1877, 1886, 1932  
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**Randolph 1897  
</li><li>Winston 1891<br>
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**Sumter 1901  
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**Walker 1865, 1877, 1886, 1932  
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**Winston 1891<br>
<p>The above list was compiled from <i>Research in Alabama</i> by Wendy L. Elliott and <i>Researching in Alabama: A Genealogical Guide</i> by Marilyn Davis Barefield.  
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The above list was compiled from ''Research in Alabama'' by Wendy L. Elliott and ''Researching in Alabama: A Genealogical Guide'' by Marilyn Davis Barefield.  
<h3> Alabama Online Collections  </h3>
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=== Alabama Online Collections  ===
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<h3> Web Sites  </h3>
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<p>You can find computerized research tips and information about ancestors from Alabama in a variety of sources at local, state, national, and international levels. The list of sources is growing rapidly. Most of the information is available at no cost. Internet addresses are subject to change. The following sites link you to many more sites:
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=== Web Sites ===
<ul><li><a href="http://www.genealogyinc.com/alabama/society-archive/">Alabama Archives Historical &amp; Genealogical Societies List with links</a>&#160;-&#160;A list of Alabama Archives, Libraries, Museums and Historical &amp; Genealogical Societies
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</li><li>Howells, Cyndi. “Cyndi's List - United States - Alabama.” In Cyndi’s List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet [Internet site]. Edgewood, Wash.: Cyndi Howells, 1 March 1999 [cited 24 September 2011]. Available at <a href="http://www.cyndislist.com/al.htm">www.cyndislist.com/us/al/</a>, this list has links to other Alabama genealogy sites and describes more resources than any other site on the Internet.
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</li><li><a href="ALGenWeb">The ALGenWeb Project</a>, an affiliate of <a href="USGenWeb">The USGenWeb Project</a> Available at <a href="http://www.algw.org/">ALGenWeb</a>, this lists genealogical databases, libraries, bulletin boards, and other resources available on the Internet for each county, state, and country.
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</li><li><a href="http://resources.rootsweb.ancestry.com/USA/AL/">United States Web Sites at RootswWeb - Alabama</a> This list of sites and resources includes a large, regularly updated research coordination list. For more information see <a href="Mailing Lists at RootsWeb - Alabama">Mailing Lists at RootsWeb - Alabama</a>
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You can find computerized research tips and information about ancestors from Alabama in a variety of sources at local, state, national, and international levels. The list of sources is growing rapidly. Most of the information is available at no cost. Internet addresses are subject to change. The following sites link you to many more sites:
  
<a href="Category:Alabama">Archives</a> <a _fcknotitle="true" href="Category:United_States_Repositories">United_States_Repositories</a>
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*[http://www.genealogyinc.com/alabama/society-archive/ Alabama Archives Historical &amp; Genealogical Societies List with links]&nbsp;-&nbsp;A list of Alabama Archives, Libraries, Museums and Historical &amp; Genealogical Societies
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*Howells, Cyndi. “Cyndi's List - United States - Alabama.” In Cyndi’s List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet [Internet site]. Edgewood, Wash.: Cyndi Howells, 1 March 1999 [cited 24 September 2011]. Available at [http://www.cyndislist.com/al.htm www.cyndislist.com/us/al/], this list has links to other Alabama genealogy sites and describes more resources than any other site on the Internet.
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*[[ALGenWeb|The ALGenWeb Project]], an affiliate of [[USGenWeb|The USGenWeb Project]] Available at [http://www.algw.org/ ALGenWeb], this lists genealogical databases, libraries, bulletin boards, and other resources available on the Internet for each county, state, and country.
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*[http://resources.rootsweb.ancestry.com/USA/AL/ United States Web Sites at RootswWeb - Alabama] This list of sites and resources includes a large, regularly updated research coordination list. For more information see [[Mailing Lists at RootsWeb - Alabama|Mailing Lists at RootsWeb - Alabama]]
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Reposistories

Most archives and libraries collect records about local residents (biographies, family histories, and local histories) and about nearby places (maps, gazetteers, and place-finding aids). They often compile reference helps and special indexes to important local sources. In many communities they serve as a meeting place for local historical and genealogical societies, and may be able to provide referrals to people who are willing to look up information in local records. Before you visit an archive or a library, contact them and ask for information on their collection, hours, services, and fees.

Many archives and libraries have helpful sources for locating information about Alabama, such as maps, gazetteers, and other place-finding aids. They frequently have collections of previous research, such as family and local histories and biographies. Many have record-finding aids, such as guides to their own collections or inventories of records housed elsewhere in the state. Archives and libraries near state boundaries usually collect records relating to the adjacent states.

The following archives, libraries, and societies have collections or services helpful to genealogical researchers:

Alabama Department of Archives and History.jpg
Alabama Department of Archives and History
624 Washington Avenue
Montgomery, AL 36130-0100
Telephone: 334-242-4435
Fax: 334-240-3433
E-mail: n.dupree@archives.alabama.gov
The mailing address is:
P.O. Box 300100
Montgomery, AL 36130-0100

The Department of Archives and History (closed Mondays) has the following records: federal and state censuses; vital records (birth, death, marriage, and divorce); county records (deeds, wills, and other probate records); land, military, and military discharge records (DD214s); surname files; city directories; African-American records (Reconstruction to the present); American Indian records; and immigration and naturalization records.

National Archives Southeast Region (Atlanta)
NARA Atlanta.jpg

5780 Jonesboro Road
Morrow, Georgia 30260
Phone: 770-968-2100
Fax: 770-968-2547
E-mail: atlanta.archives@nara.gov

Dallas Public Central Library

Alabama Historical Association

Birmingham Public Library
Linn-HenleyResearchLibrary.jpg

2100 Park Place
Birmingham, AL 35203
Telephone: 205-226-3665
E-mail: jpate@bham.lib.al.us

Samford University Library
Special Collection Department
800 Lakeshore Drive
Birmingham, AL 35229
Telephone: 205-726-2749
Fax: 205-726-2642

Mobile Public Library
Mobile Public Library 2008.jpg

Local History Dept.
704 Government Street
Mobile, AL 36602-1499
Telephone: 334-208-7093
Fax: 334-208-5866
E-mail: mpllhg@acan.net

Florence-Lauderdale Public Library

University of Alabama Libraries
William Stanley Hoole Special Collections Library
University of Alabama
Second Floor
Mary Harmon Bryant Hall
500 Hackberry Lane
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0266
Telephone: 205-348-0500
Fax: 205-348-1699
E-mail: archives@bama.ua.edu
The mailing address is:
P.O. Box 870266
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0266

Auburn University Libraries
Special Collections Department
Auburn University Libraries
231 Mell Street
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: 334-844-4500 or 800-446-0387
The library has a large genealogical collection and a helpful worldwide web site.

Wallace State College

To learn more about the history and record-keeping systems of Alabama counties, use the 14 inventories of county archives, published by the Historical Records Survey from 1938 to 1942. These were published for: Clay, Colbert, Conecuh, Cullman, Greene, Hale, Lauderdale, Lowndes, Madison, Marengo, Sumter, Talladega, Wilcox, and Winston counties. To access these publications, go to books.google.com and enter "Inventory of the County Archives of Alabama." The Family History Library has the inventories for Colbert, Conecuh, Cullman, Hale, Lauderdale, Lowndes, Marengo, and Talladega counties. To find these in the Family History Library Catalog see:

ALABAMA, [COUNTY]- ARCHIVES AND LIBRARIES

Courthouse Fires

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Fires occurred in many county courthouses. If records are missing , you can often find cemetery records, censuses, church records, newspapers, Bible records, military service and pension records, delayed birth certificates, or records in neighboring counties that have similar information. See Burned Counties Research. Sometimes landowners registered their deeds after a courthouse fire. The following list shows when Alabama courthouses were damaged by fire:

    • Baker 1870
    • Butler 1853
    • Calhoun 1861, 1865
    • Cherokee 1882
    • Chilton 1870
    • Choctaw 1871
    • Clay 1875
    • Coffee 1877
    • Conecuh 1868, 1875, 1885, 1895, 1900
    • Coosa 1900
    • Covington 1839, 1847, 1878, 1895
    • Crenshaw 1898
    • Dale 1869, 1885
    • Fayette 1866, 1916
    • Franklin 1890
    • Geneva 1898
    • Greene 1868
    • Jackson 1864, 1920
    • Jefferson 1870
    • Lawrence 1859
    • Limestone 1862
    • Marengo 1848, 1965
    • Marion 1866, 1883
    • Mobile 1823, 1840, 1872
    • Monroe 1832
    • Morgan 1926, 1938
    • Pickens 1864, 1876
    • Pike 1828
    • Randolph 1897
    • Sumter 1901
    • Walker 1865, 1877, 1886, 1932
    • Winston 1891

The above list was compiled from Research in Alabama by Wendy L. Elliott and Researching in Alabama: A Genealogical Guide by Marilyn Davis Barefield.

Alabama Online Collections

links to online databases and indexes that may include vital records, biographies, cemeteries, censuses, histories, immigration records, land records, maps, military records, naturalizations, newspapers, obituaries, or probate records.

Web Sites

You can find computerized research tips and information about ancestors from Alabama in a variety of sources at local, state, national, and international levels. The list of sources is growing rapidly. Most of the information is available at no cost. Internet addresses are subject to change. The following sites link you to many more sites: