Huntsville-Madison County Bicentennial Bookshelf
- A Dream Come True: The Story of Madison County and Incidentally of Alabama and the United State, Volume I by James Record, 1970, courtesy of the family of James Record.
- A Dream Come True: The Story of Madison County and Incidentally of Alabama and the United State, Volume II by James Record, 1978, courtesy of the family of James Record.
- A History of Early Settlement: Madison County Before Statehood, 1808-1819, Jacque Reeves, Editor, published by the Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society (HMCHS), 2008, courtesy of HMCHS.
- A History of Madison County and Incidentally of North Alabama 1732-1940 by Judge Thomas Jones Taylor, Edited with an Introduction by W. Stanley Hoole and Addie S. Hoole, 1976, courtesy of the W. Stanley and Addie S. Hoole family.
- An Alabama School Girl in Paris, 1842-1844 by Nancy M. Rohr, 2001, courtesy of Nancy Rohr.
- Changing Huntsville: 1890-1899 by Elizabeth Humes Chapman, 1932. Republished by the Historic Huntsville Foundation (HHF) in 1989, courtesy of HHF.
- Early History of Huntsville, Alabama by Edward Chambers Betts, 1916.
- Echos of The Past: Old Mahogany Table Stories by Nancy M. Rohr, 2010, courtesy of Nancy Rohr.
- Eden of the South, A Chronology of Huntsville, Alabama, 1805-2005 by Raneé G. Pruitt, Editor, published by the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library (HMCPL), 2005, courtesy of HMCPL.
- Free People of Color in Madison County, Alabama by Nancy Rohr, 2015, courtesy of Nancy Rohr.
- Historical Markers of Madison County, Alabama by Frank Alex Luttrell, III, Editor, published by the Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society (HMCHS), 2001, courtesy of HMCHS.
- Incidents of the War: The Civil War Journal of Mary Jane Chadick by Nancy M. Rohr, 2005, courtesy of Nancy Rohr & HMCHS.
- Maple Hill Cemetery, Phase One by Diane Robey, Dorothy Scott Johnson, John Rison Jones, Jr., & Frances C. Roberts, Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society (HMCHS), 1995, courtesy of HMCHS.
- Memories of Madison, A Connected Community, 1857-2007 by John Patrick Rankin, 2007, courtesy of John Rankin.
- North Alabama Civil War Generals: 13 Wore Gray, the Rest Blue, A selection of Essays from the Authors of the Tennessee Valley Civil War Round Table (TVCWRT), 2015, courtesy of TVCWRT.
- Northern Dollars for Huntsville Spindles by Patricia H. Ryan, originally published by the Huntsville Planning Department, 1983, courtesy of the City of Huntsville.
- Photographic Memories: A Scrapbook of Huntsville & Madison County, Alabama compiled by Elise Hopkins Stephens, published by the Historic Huntsville Foundation (HHF), 1991, courtesy of HHF.
- Poplar Ridge School, "Still Standing After All These Years", 5th Ed. by Priscilla J. Scott. courtesy of Priscilla J. Scott.
- Power to Explore: A History of Marshall Space Flight Center 1960-1990 by Andrew J. Dunar and Stephen P. Waring, 1999, courtesy of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA History Office.
- The Bernstein Herstein Schiffman and Goldsmith Collection: A Catalogue by Margaret Anne Goldsmith, 2014, Courtesy of Margaret Anne Goldsmith.
- The Huntsville Parker Historical Edition 1900-1955 edited by Sarah Huff Fisk, 1955.
- The People Who Lived On The Land That Is Now Called Redstone Arsenal by Beverly S. Curry, 2005, courtesy of the Beverly S. Curry family.
- Why Is It Named That? by Dex Nilsson, 2005, courtesy of Dex Nilsson.