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  • ISBN: 9781626194427
  • ISBN: 1626194424
  • Physical Description: 158 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Charleston, SC : The History Press, 2014.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 141-150) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
1. ST. STEPHENS : CAPITOL OF ALABAMA TERRITORY -- Formative Period (1736/1816) -- Capital of the Alabama Territory (1817/1819) -- St. Stephens Loses Its Status as Capital Site of St. Stephens Today -- 2. HUNTSVILLE : TEMPORARY CAPITAL (1819) -- Early Days (1805/1818) -- 1819 Constitutional Convention and Temporary Capital -- Post-Capital Development (1820/Present) -- 3. OLD CAHAWBA : CAPITAL OF ALABAMA (1820/1825) -- History of the Site of Old Cahawba -- Alabama's First State Capital (1820/1825) -- Temporary Resurrection after Capital's Relocation to Tuscaloosa -- Civil War and Reconstruction : The Final Death Knell for Cahawba -- Site of old Cahawba Today -- 4. TUSCALOOSA : CAPITAL OF ALABAMA (1826/1846) -- Early Years of Tuscaloosa -- Tuscaloosa Becomes Capital in 1826 -- Tuscaloosa's Post-Capital Years (1846/Present).
Summary, etc.:
"Explore the history of the lost state capitals of Alabama"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: n-us-al
Capitals (Cities) Alabama History
Alabama Capital and capitol History
Historic sites Alabama History
Alabama History, Local
Capitals (Cities)
Historic sites
Alabama
Genre: History.
Local history.
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