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Deane's Books

  • 1907 Confederate Census: Limestone, Morgan, & Madison Counties, Alabama. Johnson Historical Publications, 1981. (OL)
  • 1950 City Directory, included in A walk through Downtown Huntsville Then and Now. (OL)
  • 50 Years of Rockets & Spacecraft: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. Edited by Ed Buckbee, 2009. (2 copies)
  • 52 Weekends in the Tennessee Valley. A lighthearted look at the region's locations, attractions, event and festivals. By Charles T. Frew and Danier R. Frew, 2006.
  • 75 Years of service: A history of the Huntsville Rotary Club. (OL)
  • A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, 1904. (2 copies)
  • A Brief History and Brief Fenealogy of the Andrew Beirne, William Patton, William Echols, V, and Robert E. Spragins Lines. William Echols Spragins, Et. Al. 1956. (OL)
  • A Civil Rights Journey. Sonnie Hereford, II, MD. (CD)
  • A Dry Dusty Wind: A Collection of Historic Short Stories. Jacquelyn Procter Gray. 2003.
  • A Dream Come True, Volume 1. James Record., 1970. (OL)(2 copies)
  • A Dream Come True, Volume II. James Record., 1978. (OL)
  • A History of Alabama’s Deadliest Tornadoes: Disaster in Dixie. Kelly Kazek. The History Press, 2010.
  • A History of Madison County and Incidentally of North Alabama 1732-1840. By Judge Thomas Jones Taylor. Edited with an introduction by W. Stanley Hoole and Addie S. Hoole. (OL)
  • A History of the Cotton Textile Industry of Alabama: 1809 to 1950. Dwight M. Wilhelm, Editor, 1950.
  • A History of The First Methodist Church of Huntsville, Alabama: 1808-1958. Ruth Sykes Ford. 1958. (2 copies) (OL)
  • A Mighty Fortress of Faith: A History of St. Mary of the Visitation Church, 1861-2011. Pat Tumminello, 2012. (OL)
  • A River Town's Fight for Life: A History of Guntersville, Alabama in the Civil War. By Dr. J.F. (Pete) Sparks, 2011. (2 copies)
  • A Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers and Patriots in Alabama. Compiled by Louise Julich for the Alabama Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 1979.
  • A Southron Servenade. Olde Towne Brass (CD)
  • A Walk Through Downtown Huntsville Then and Now. Fred Simpson. 2002. (2 copies + CD) (OL)
  • A Walking Tour of Huntsville Trees. (OL)
  • A Walking Tour of Huntsville Trees (2003). (OL)
  • A Walking Tour of Huntsville, Alabama. (OL)
  • Alabama Heritage. Number 62, Fall 2001.
  • Alabama Illustrated, Engravings From 19th Century Newspapers. Text and Captions by James L. Baggett and Kelsey Scouten Bates, 2009.
  • Alabama Past Leaders. Henry S. Marks and Marsha Kass Marks, 1982. (OL)
  • Alabama's Civil Rights Trail, An Illustrated Guide to the Cradle of Freedom. By Frye Gaillard with Jennifer Lindsay and Jane DeNeefe, 2010.
  • An Alabama School Girl in Paris, 1842-1844: the letters of Mary Fenwick Lewis and her family. Nancy M. Rohr, 2001 (2 copies) (OL)
  • An Artillaryman's Diary. Jenkins Lloyd Jones, 1914 (PDF) (OL)
  • Andrew Jackson and His Indian Wars. Robert V. Remini, 2001.
  • Ante-bellum Mansions of Alabama by Ralph Hammond (2 copies)
  • A Report on Madison County: It's History, Operation and Finances. Compiled by James Record, 1953,
  • Banking in Alabama 1816-1860. William H. Brantley
  • Battle of Buckhorn Tavern Souvenir Program, April 20-21, 1996.
  • Beirne-Patton Echols-Spragins Pedigree. By William Echols Spragins, et. Al. 1956. (OL)
  • Beside the Troubled Waters. Sonnie Hereford, III & Jack D. Ellis,2011 (2 copies) (OL)
  • Bethel Primitive Baptist Church: History From 1823-1998. (OL)
  • Book*A*Roo Friday, August 28th, 2009. Huntsville Public Library (CD)
  • Bruce Walker, Storyteller. (CD)
  • Built Upon the Fragments, In 1880’s Huntsville, Alabama. Sarah Huff Fisk. (2 copies)
  • Cease Not to Think of Me: The Steele Family Letters. Edited by Patricia H. Ryan, 1979 (2 copies) (OL)
  • Cemeteries of Madison County, Alabama Vol. II. By Dorothy Scott Johnson, 1978. (2 copies)
  • Changing Huntsville, 1890-1899. Elizabeth Humes Chapman. 1989. (4 copies) (OL)
  • Civilization Comes to the Big Spring: Huntsville, Alabama 1823. Sarah Huff Fisk. Pinhook Publishing Co. 2008. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Code to Zero. By Ken Follett. Early space thriller involving Huntsville, 2000.
  • Commemorative Album, Huntsville, Alabama: Celebrating our City’s Sesquicentennail of Progress, 1955. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Day of Devistation: Photos & Stories of Alabama’s Deadly Tornado Outbreak. Birmingham News, 2011.
  • Day’s Gone By: Cottom Mill Village Life. J. Curtis Lovvorn, 2011. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Dr. Richard Matthew Fletcher, 1830-1906 - A Sketch of His Life and Works. Octavia Fletcher Frazier, 1964 (OL)
  • Dulcina DeBerry: Door Opener. Missouri L. Torrence. (3 copies) (OL)
  • Duty Driven, The Plight of North Alabama's African Americans During the Civil War. By Peggy Allen Towns, 2012.
  • Early History of Huntsville, Alabama 1804-1870. Edward Chambers Betts. 1909. Revised 1916. PDF. (OL) (2 copies)
  • Early Settlers of Alabama. By Col. James Edmonds Saunders. With Notes and Genealogies by Elizabeth Saunders Blair Stubbs. 1899.
  • Echos of the Past, Old Mahogany Table Stories, Nancy M. Rohr, 2010. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Eden of the South: A Chronology of Huntsville, Alabama, 1805-2005. Edited by: Ranee’ G. Pruitt, 2005. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Family Maps of Madison County, Alabama. Gregory A. Boyd, J.D. 2009 (2 copies)
  • First Baptist Church of Huntsville, Alabama: The First 175 Years: 1809 - 1984, by Mildred Burden Bobo and Catherine Ryan Johnson, 1984 (OL)
  • Forgotten Tales of Alabama. Kelly Kazek, 2010. (2 copies)
  • From Carnegie to Fort Book. Paul A. Hays. (OL)
  • From Huntsville to Appomattox: R. T. Cole's History of 4th Regiment, Alabama Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A., Army of Northern Virginia. Edited by Jeffrey D. Stocker. 1996. (2 copies)
  • From Paradise to Hell by Marjorie Ann Reeves, 2013.
  • Found Among the Fragments: A Story of Love and Courage. By Sarah Huff Fisk, 1997. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Glimpses into Antebellum Homes: Huntsville, Alabama, 5th ed. American Association of University Women, 1976.
  • Glimpses into Antebellum Homes: Huntsville, Alabama, 9th ed. American Association of University Women, 1999. (OL)
  • Great Elks in Madison County?? You Better Believe It!! A History of Madison County, Alabama, Elkdom. James Record, 1972. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Hard Times: The Civil War in Huntsville and North Alabama by Charles Rice. Old Huntsville, 1994. (1 copy) (OL)
  • Heart of Huntsville Redevelopment Project, Huntsville, AL, 1958.
  • Hidden History of North Alabama. Jacquelyn Procter Reeves. The History Press, 2010. (2 copies, appears to be a reprint from much earlier.) (OL)
  • Highlights of Huntsville History by Frances Cabaniss Roberts. Published by the Huntsville Historical Society and the Huntsville Public Library.
  • Historic Downtown Huntsville Walking Tour. Jacque Gray, Nancy Rohr & John Malone, Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors bureau, 1984. (CD)
  • Historic Houses of Early America. Elise Lathrop, 1927
  • Historic Huntsville 1804-1870. Edward Chambers Betts. 1909. Republished 1966. (2 copies)
  • Historic Huntsville: A City of New Beginnings. By Elise Hopkins Stephens. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Historic Huntsville Tour. (OL)
  • Historic Photos of Huntsville. Jacquelyn Procter Reeves. 2007. (2 copies)
  • Historical Markers of Madison County, Alabama. Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society. 2001. (2 copies) (OL)
  • History of Alabama and Incidentally Georgia and Mississippi, From the Earliest Period, Volume I, by Albert James Pickett, 1851 (PDF) (OL)
  • History of Alabama. By L. D. Miller, 1901.
  • History Stories of Alabama. By Mrs. Pitt Lamar Matthews, 1920. (OL)
  • History of Alabama Adapted to the use of Schools and for General Reading, by L. D. Miller (OL)
  • History of Alabama and dictionary of Alabama Biography. By Thomas McAdory Owen, 1921. (PDF) (OL)
  • History of Alabama for use in Schools. John William Beverly, 1901. (PDF) (OL)
  • History of Huntsville Alabama: Marshall Space Flight Center; November 1989 Tornado Outbreak; Anderson Hills Tornado; 2006 Huntsville, Alabama Bus Accident; Thomas George Percy; Keller; Alabama Constitution Village. Reprints from Wikipedia, 2010.
  • History of the Cotton Textile Industry of Alabama, 1809 to 1950. Dwight Wilhelm, 1950. (OL)
  • History of the Order of Eastern Star of Alabama. Volume II, 1966.
  • History of the Studebaker Corporation, 1852-1923. Albert Russel Erskine, 1924.
  • History of Woman's Society of Christian Service of The North Alabama Conference of The Methodist Church, 1940-1960. By Ruth Sykes Ford, 1963.
  • Huntsville, 1892: Clara. By Wanda Vaughn, 2012.
  • Huntsville and Madison County Alabama before 1908. Business Men’s League of Huntsville.
  • How You Played the Game: The Life of Grantland Rice. William A. Harper, 1999.
  • How We Got to the Moon: The Story of the German Space Pioneers. Marsha Freeman. 1993.
  • Huntsville and the von Braun Rocket Team: The Real Story. Placide D. Nicaise. 2003.
  • Huntsville City Directory 1896-97, by Huntsville Directory Company. (OL)
  • Huntsville Directory: City Guide and Business Mirror 1859-60 (2 copies) (OL)
  • Huntsville Entertains. Historic Huntsville Foundation, 1983.
  • Huntsville Firsts. Art of C. E. Monroe, Jr. First Alabama Bank.
  • Huntsville High School Alumni Directory, 1996. (OL)
  • Huntsville in Vintage Postcards. Postcard History Series. Alan C. Wright. Arcadia Publishing. 2000. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Huntsville: Madison County: To the Edge of the Universe. By Jan Davis. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Huntsville Sketchbook. Author, Jacquelyn Procter Gray, 2006.
  • Huntsville, A Pictorial History. Dave and Sharon Dooling. 1980. (OL)
  • Huntsville: Where Technology Meets Tradition. Melinda Gorham Joiner. 1993. (3 copies)
  • Illustrative and Descriptive Huntsville and Madison County, Alabama, Before 1908. (3 copies) (OL)
  • Images of America: Huntsville. John F. Kvach, Charity Ethridge, Michelle Hopkins, and Susanna Leberman, 2013. (2 copies)
  • Images of America: Madison. John P. Rankin, 2013. (2 copies)
  • Images of Aviation: Huntsville Air and Space. T. Gary Wicks, 2010. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Incidents of the War: The Civil War Journal of Mary Jane Chadick. Nancy Rohr, 2005. (OL)
  • Index to Wills of Madison County, Alabama, 1808-1900. By Andrew Ezell Terry, 1977.
  • Invasion of the Territory of Alabam. By Albert James Pickett (PDF) (OL)
  • James G. Birney and His Times: The Genesis of the Republican Party. By William Birney, 1890.
  • John Williams Walker: A Study in the Political, Social and Cultural Life of the Old Southwest. By Hugh C. Bailey. University of Alabama Press, 1964.
  • King Cotton to Space Capital: The Huntsville-Madison County Story. By Jacquelyn Procter Reeves, 2013. (2 copies)
  • Library of Alabama Lives. Historical Record Association. Frank L. Grove, 1961. (OL)
  • Lily Flagg. Doris B. Gilbreath, 2001.
  • Living History in Alabama. An Official Sesquicentennial Guide by the Alabama Bureau of Publicity, 1969?
  • Long Ago in Madison County. Written by Allie Norris Kenney. Illustrated by Sarah Huff Fisk, 1970.
  • Long Ago in Madision County (5 Illustrations).
  • Lost Writings of Howard Weeden as "Flake White". Compiled and Edited by Sarah Huff Fisk and Linda Wright Riley, 2005.
  • Madame Childs: The Lady and The Legend. By Elva Bell McLin, 1992.
  • Man on a Mountain. Joe Barnes.
  • Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama
  • Maple Hill Cemetery, Phase I. Robey, Johnson, Jones and Roberts, 1995 (OL)
  • Marshall Space Flight Center 1960-1985, 25 Anniversary Report. NASA, 1985.
  • Medicine Bags and Bumpy Roads (OL)
  • Memories and History of New Market, AL, Volume I. New Market Volunteer Fire Deparment. (2 copies)(OL)
  • Memories and History of New Market, AL., Volume II. New Market Volunteer Fire Department, 1989. (OL)
  • Memories of Madison: A Connected Community, 1857-2007 (2 copies) (OL)
  • Mighty Times: The Children’s March. Robert Hudson & Bobby Hudson, CD.
  • Miss Tallulah Bankhead. By Lee Israel, 1972.
  • My Times: Boxwoods Among the Rockets. By Joseph M. Jones, 2004.
  • Murder in the Heart of Dixie. Fred B. Simpson and Jacquelyn Procter Gray. 2003. (2 copies)
  • Murder Untenured: Amy Bishop's Rampage. Jacquelyn Procter Reeves, 2013. (2 copies)
  • Mr. Anderson’s Monument: Stories of Meridian Street, Lincoln Mill and Lincoln Village. Tillman Hill, Edited by Bill Easterling, 1966. (OL)
  • Mooresville Fair and Walking Tour. (OL)
  • Northern Alabama, Historical and Biographical, 1888. (OL)
  • Northern Dollars for Huntsville Spindles by Patricia H. Ryan. Huntsville Planning Office, 1983. (HHC Pub) (OL)
  • Old Huntsville Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1810-1854. Marilyn Davis Barefield. (OL) (2 copies)
  • Old Huntsville Photo Album, Volumes one, two & three (CDs). Old Huntsville, 2001.
  • Old Land Records of Jackson County. Alabama by Margaret Matthews Cowart, 1980. (HHC Pub) (OL)
  • Old Land Records of Madison County. Alabama by Margaret Matthews Cowart, 1979. (2 copies)
  • On the Occasion of the 150th anniversary of the State of Alabama. Valley Leaves, A Special edition, December, 1969. The Tennessee Valley Genealogical Society. (OL)
  • Photographic Memories: A Scrapbook of Huntsville & Madison County, Alabama. Elise Hopkins Stephens, 1991. (4 copies) (OL)
  • Poplar Ridge School: Still Stand After All These Years, 1858-2008. By Priscilla J. Scott, Secretary, Poplar Ridge Homemakers,2008.
  • Portraits in Time: Stories of Huntsville and Madison County. By Tom Carney. Published by Old Huntsville, 1998. (2 copies)
  • Project Mars: A Technical Tale by Dr. Werner von Braun.
  • Project Paperclip: German Scientists and the Cold War. Clarence Lasby.
  • Redstone Arsenal: World War II Resource Study, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. New South Associates.
  • Remembering Huntsville. Jacquelyn Proctor Reeves. 2010. (2 copies)
  • Remembering Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With The Wind. By Lucille Thompson Love, Mary Ellen DeBarbiei Kozuch, Linda Bourgeois Davidson, 1992.
  • Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama. Alabama Dept. of Archives and History. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Rocket Boys, A Memoir. By Homer H. Hickam, Jr., 1998.
  • Rocket City, Alabam. Mark Saltzman.
  • Rocket City Rock & Soul: Huntsville Musicians Remember the 1960s. Jane DeNeefe, The History Press, 2011. (2 copies)
  • Scenes and Settlers of Alabama. By Paul Ravesies, 1885. (OL)
  • Space Shuttle Handbook, Southern Heritage Prints, 1986.
  • Speech of Hon. C. C. Clay, Jr., on Slavery Issues, delivered at Huntsville, Alabama, September 5th, 1859.
  • Sesquicentennial History of the Church of the Navitity, Episcopal, 1843-1992, Huntsville, AL. Francis C. Roberts, 1992. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Shadows on the Wall: The Life and Works of Howard Weeden. Frances C. Roberts and Sarah Huff Fisk.
  • Shaping History: The University of Alabama Huntsville Foundation. (OL)
  • Speech of Hon. C. C. Clay, Jr., on Slavery Issues, delivered at Huntsville, Alabama, September 5th, 1859.
  • Stepping Out of the Shadows: Alabama Women, 1819-1990. Edited by Mary Martha Thomas. 1995.
  • The Abrams Guide to American House Styles. By William Morgan, 2004.
  • The Adventures of Riverboat John: Glimpses of Huntsville in the 1950’s. Riverboat John Ferguson, 2009
  • The Agitator's Daughter: A Memoir of Four Generations of One Extraordinary African American Family. Sheryll Cashin, 2008. (2 copies) (OL)
  • The Alabama Guide. Our People, Resources, and Government, 2009.
  • The Baby Boomer’s Guide to Growing Up in “the Rocket City”. Tommy Towery, 2010. (OL)
  • The Bottomless Well. Walter S. Terry. 1991.
  • The Birthplace of Alabama Freemasonry. Helion Lodge No. 1 F. & A. M., 17 November, 1996.
  • The Code of Ordinances of the City of Huntsville: With the Charter Pursuant To an Order of The Mayor and Aldermen.
  • The Farm in Jones Valley. Raymond B. Jones. (2 copies)
  • The First 200 Years of – A First Baptist Church History Digest. (OL)
  • The First National Bank Building 1835-1951. Published by the Bank. (OL)
  • The First Presbyterian Church. Huntsville, Alabama, Sesquicentennial, 1818-1868. (2 copies) (OL)
  • The Huntsville Historical Review, A History of Early Settlement: Madison County before Statehood, 1809-1819. The Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society, 2008. (2 copies) (OL)
  • The Huntsville Parker: Historical Edition 1900-1955. By Sarah Huff Fisk, Editor. Published by: Huntsville Manufacturing Company, Huntsville, Ala., 1955. (HHC PUB) (OL)
  • The Heritage of Madison County, Alabama, by The Madison County Heritage Book Committee, John P. Rankin, Chairman. (OL)
  • The Howard Weeden Collection. Burritt Museum & Park. Eight drawings.
  • The Journals of Thomas Hubbard Hobbs. Edited by Faye Acton Axford, 1976.
  • The Lure and Lore of Limestone County. Limestone County Historical Society. 1978. (2 copies)
  • The Man Called Gurley. Col. Donald H. Steenburn. 1999. (OL)
  • The Medical Reports of John Y. Bassett, M.D,: The Alabama Student. Charles C. Thomas. 1941. (2 copies) (OL)
  • The Names of Washington, D.C. by Dex Nilsson, 1998.
  • The Pageant Book: Alabama's Historical Festival and Pageant, "The Spirit of the South". By Peter A. Brannon, Editor. Pageant created and directed by Esther Janett Simon, 1926. (HHC PUB) (OL)
  • The Pictorial History of Huntsville, 1805-1865. Victor B. Haagen, 1963. (2 copies) (OL)
  • The People Who Lived on the Land That is Now Redstone Arsenal. Beverly S. Curry, 2006 (HHCPUB) (OL)
  • The Perian 1940. Huntsville High School Yearbook.
  • The Planter's Railway: Excitement and Civil War Years. Paul Harncourt, 1995.
  • The Public Square and Big Spring, Huntsville, Alabama, 1823. (Drawing)
  • The Rocket Team: From the V-2 to the Saturn moon rocket-the inside story of how a small group of engineers changed world history. By Frederick I. Ordway III and Mitchell R. Sharpe, 1979.
  • The Sins of Madison County. Fred B. Simpson, 2000. (2 copies) (OL)
  • The Story of Alabama: A History of the State, Volume II. Marie Bankhead Owen, 1949.
  • The Sword of Bushwhacker Johnston. Milus Eddings Johnston. 1998. (3 copies)
  • The Redstone Arsenal Complex in the Pre-missle era: A history of Huntsville Arsenal, Gulf Chemical Warfare Depot, and Redstone Arsenal, 1941-1949. Helen Brents Joiner.
  • The Way It Was: A History of the Greenbriar Community. Published by The Greenvriar Civic Association, 2006.
  • The Way It Was: The other side of Huntsville's History. Tom Carney, 1994. (2 copies) (OL)
  • The Weeden House Museum
  • The Wondrous McCrarys, Alabama Pioneers: Same Family, Same Farm, 200 years. Joseph M. Jones, 2012. (2 copies) (OL)
  • Three Capitals: A Book About the First Three Capitals of Alabama, St. Stephens, Huntsville & Canana. William H. Brantley, 1947. (OL) (2 copies)
  • Through the Garden Gate. Donna Castellano, 2005.
  • Transforming the Cotton Frontier: Madison County, Alabama 1800-1840. Daniel S. Dupree. 1997. (2 copies)
  • True Tales of Old Madison County. Virgil Carrington (Pat) Jones. 1992.(2 copies)
  • Twickenham District Resident Directory. THPDA. 2010.
  • Twickenham Receipts and Sketches. THPDA, 1978.
  • Twickenham Tables, THPDA, 1988
  • V-1 V-2: Hitler's Vengeance on London. David Johnson, 1981.
  • Yankee Bands in Dixie's Land (CD). Old Towne Brass, 2012.
  • War's Desolating Scourge: The Union's Occupation of North Alabama. Joseph W. Danielson, 2012. (2 copies)
  • We are Called Trinity: Trinity United Methodist Church, 2006.
  • Welcome to Echols Hill
  • Wernher von Braun: Alabama's Rocket Scientist. Doris-Jean Peak, Birmingham: Seacoast Publishing, Inc., 2009.
  • Wernher von Braun: Crusader for Space, An Illustrated memoir. Ernst Stuhlinger & Frederick I. Ordway III, 1994.
  • When The Germans Invade Big Cove. Billy Stone. 2005.
  • When Spirits Walk. Jacquelyn Procter Gray, 2006.
  • Who Was Who in Alabama, compiled by Henry S. Marks (OL)
  • While the World Watched. By Carolyn Maull McKinstry with Denise George, 2011.
  • Why Is It Named That? by Dex Nilsson. (OL)
  • William Hooper Councill: The Greatest Negro the Race Ever Produced. Eddie E. Davis, Jr. Presh4word Publishing, 2013. (2 copies)
  • Wicked North Alabama. Jacquelyn Procter Reeves (2 copies) (OL)
  • X+Y=Z or The Sleeping Preacher. William Pickens Drake. 1981.
  • X+Y=Z or The Sleeping Preacher. G. W. Mitchell 1876.

Missing Old Huntsville Issues

  • Vol. 1, N. 4 (mislabeled as #3)
  • Vol. 2, N. 1
  • 2004 - N. 140, 142
  • 2005 – N. 147, 149, 152
  • 2006 – N. 156


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