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  • ''Published in Cooperation with the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library''<br /> ... information about the history and historic architecture of Huntsville and Madison County. It is a work in progress and is expected to grow over the next few
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  • :IV. National Register Properties in Madison County *[[HHQ:And Old Views: Madison County Courthouse|And Old Views: Madison County Courthouse]] by Linda Bayer
    70 KB (10,259 words) - 00:12, 9 January 2012
  • * [[Place:400 White Street SE - Test]] * [[Find: Merrimack Mill Village Map]]
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  • *Thoughts on Renovation of Our House on Randolph Street by Peter and Lee Barber *A Proposal for the Establishment of a Tourist Center at 401 Madison Street
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  • ...le:HHQ-FW99-20th_Cent_Arch-Fig02.jpg|thumb|400px|link=Address:603 Franklin Street SE| ... [[Dutch Colonial]] house at [[Address:603 Franklin Street SE|603 Franklin Street]], using a Dutch-Colonial gambrel roof combined with late-Victorian massing
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  • The '''Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society''' has published '''The Huntsville Historical Rev ...ate:HHurl}}/hhpics/hhr/pdf/Volume_1_1_Jan-71.pdf?zoom=100#page=20 Williams Street Area in the Early 1800's], by Fisk, S.H. & Smith, J., page 18
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  • ...f the present East Clinton Elementary School. ''Courtesy of the Huntsville/Madison County Public Library.'']] ... century—the block bounded by East Clinton Avenue, White Street, Calhoun Street, and East Holmes Avenue. This site has successively accommodated Green Acad
    16 KB (2,442 words) - 20:33, 30 July 2011
  • * [[Find: Dallas Mill Village Map|Dallas Mill Village Map]] * [[Find: Merrimack Mill Village Map|Merrimack Mill Village Map]]
    78 KB (8,647 words) - 15:29, 27 July 2016
  • The '''Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society''' has published '''The Huntsville Historical Rev Alabama Constitution Covention delegate, Madison County
    193 KB (25,265 words) - 19:52, 6 June 2020
  • The '''Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society''' has published '''The Huntsville Historical Rev ...r/pdf/Volume_3_4_Oct-73.pdf?zoom=100#page=5 Reconstruction in Huntsville & Madison County, Alabama 1865-1869], Volume 3, #4, Oct-73, Bounds, S.E., page 3
    73 KB (9,681 words) - 19:50, 6 June 2020
  • * 1907 Confederate Census: Limestone, Morgan, & Madison Counties, Alabama. Johnson Historical Publications, 1981. (OL) * A History of Madison County and Incidentally of North Alabama 1732-1840. By Judge Thomas Jones
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  • | district=Madison Station | street=Mill Street, Madison
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  • | district=Madison Station | street=Mill Street, Madison
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  • | district=Madison Station | street=Mill Street, Madison
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  • | district=Madison Station | street=Mill Street, Madison
    304 B (39 words) - 20:36, 20 October 2012
  • | district=Madison Station | street=Mill Street, Madison
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  • | district=Madison Station | street=Mill Street, Madison
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  • ''Reprinted from the Merrimack Mill Village Newsletter – January/February, 2011.''<br /> ...ight|'''Anne Clopton in her Closet Studio'''<br />''Courtesy of Huntsville Madison County Public Library & The Dream Maker'']]
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  • ''Reprinted from the Merrimack Mill Village Newsletter - June/July, 2011''<br /> ...eir A through G alphabet designations, it was obvious what to name “D” street - Dubose.
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  • ...ary War veteran who brought his wife Margaret Warren and their children to Madison County in 1811 by flatboat from Tennessee. He had obtained land here in 18 ...ohn’s sons, Tuberville, in 1841 had married Martha Bailey, a daughter of Madison pioneers James and Sarah Bailey. They had sons William, John, James Bailey
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