Newsletters

  

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    Newsletters - Artifacts-Scottsboro Heritage Center Association

Item 1:  Newsletter dated February 1990 entitled, "Artifacts" from the Scottsboro-Jackson Heritage Center, Scottsboro, Alabama, to College of General Studies Dean James P. Pate at Livingston University, Livingston, Ala.

Item 2:  Newsletter dated July 1989 entitled, "Artifacts" from the Scottsboro-Jackson Heritage Center, Scottsboro, Alabama, to College of General Studies Dean James P. Pate at Livingston University, Livingston, Ala.

 

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    Newsletters - Birmingham Historical Society

Item 1:  Newsletter dated 1989 entitled, "Look Homeward America" which gives a detailed listing of historic districts in the Birmingham, Ala., area

 

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    Newsletters - Jackson County Chronicle

Item 1:  Newsletter dated July 1989, Volume 3, Number 4, entitled, "Jackson County Chronicles" contains the following subjects: Scottsboro 1864: From the pen of a Federal Soldier, War of the Rebellion Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Jackson County is? and Early Saltpeter Mining in And Near Jackson County, Alabama

 

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    Newsletters - Preservation Report-Alabama Historical Commission

Item 1:  Newsletter dated December 1977 - January 1978 Volume VII, Number 7, entitled "Preservation Report" contains the following sub-headings: Capitol Restoration Contract Signed, Consultants Examine Fort Morgan, AASLH Awards Three State Historians, Bartram Trail Studied, Alabama Archaeological Society Meets, Flag Given to AHC Cemetery, Statehood Items Sought, CD Grants Available, Publications, and Statewide Report

Item 2:  Newsletter dated December, 1976 - January, 1977 Volume VI, Number 12 entitled "Preservation Report" contains the following sub-headings: At Fort Toulose: William Bartram Arboretum Underway, Statewide Report, Landmarks Added to Register and Furnance Restored

Item 3:  Newsletter dated November - December 1981 Volume IX, Number 6 entitled "Preservation Report" contains the following sub-headings: Fort Morgan Restoration Planned, Morton Keynote Speaker, Officer's Quarters Salvaged, DSA Award Nominations, Advisors Meet in Montgomery, AHC Announces Archaeology Data, Legislators Tour Historic Cahawba, In memory of Milo B. Howard, Jr., AU Preservation Courses Offered, New Exhibit, and Statewide Report

Item 4:  Newsletter dated January - February 1982 Volume X, Number 1 contains the following sub-headings: Chandeliers in Capitol are Lighted in Ceremony, Preservation Calendars, Commission Initiates Main Street Project, Museum Officers, 15th Annual Preservation Conference of the AHA, Spring Tours, Publications, and Statewide Report

Item 5:  Newsletter dated Summer, 1982 Volume X, Number 3 contains the following sub-headings: Capitol Plan Approved, Advisors to Meet, Constitution Hall Park Opened in Huntsville, Old House Revival Set, Archives Director Named, DSAs Presented by Commission, National Trust Honor Award, Alabama Hosts Regional SPHOS, Conference Held on Revitalization, Dogtrot to Mansion: Forum Planned, and Statewide Report

Item 6:  Newsletter dated Fall - Winter 1982/1983 Volume X, Number 4 contains the following sub-headings: Main Streets Improving, Commission Dedicates Commandant Quarters, Memorial Garden, Conference Plans Set, Historical Sleuthing Gets Underway at the Capitol, Spring Tours, Heritage Art, AAS Meeting, New Commission Member Appointed, Publications, Local History Awards Slated, and Statewide Report

Item 7:  Newsletter dated February - March 1983 Volume X, Number 5 contains the following sub-headings: Capital Hosts Conference, Statewide Heritage Festival Scheduled, Film Available, Landmarks Featured, Paint Grants Awarded, Magnolia Grove Being Restored, Funds Asked for Painting, Grants, Publications, and Statewide Report

Item 8:  Newsletter dated March - April 1981 Volume IX, Number 2 contains the following sub-headings: Preservation Conference Set, Bond Bill Introduced, A.I.A. Meeting, Tree Planted, National Historic Preservation Act Amended, Federal Funds Rescinded, Confederate Memorial Day, and Statewide Report

Item 9:  Newsletter dated May - June 1981 Volume IX, Number 3 contains the following sub-headings: Preservation Awards, Federal Funding Still $0, Rescission, Requests, Alabama Legislator Honored by Trust, Watt Tells Philosophy, Historic Preservation Week Observances Held Across the State, Old House Revival, Union Springs Revitalization, Confederate Museum Open, and Statewide Report

Item 10: Newsletter dated July - August 1981 Volume IX, Number 4 contains the following sub-headings: Urban Revitalization, Congress Considers 82' Funds, Fairoaks Square, Cottage Hill, Teachers' Workshop, Investigations Renewed at Fort Mims Massacre Site, Publications, and Statewide Report

Item 11: Newsletter dated September - October 1981 Volume IX, November 5 contains the following sub-headings: New Tax Credit for Rehab, Preservation Conference Set in May, Landmark Light Restored in Bay, AASLH Awards in the State, Restoration In Decatur, Seminar on ‘Past,' Courthouse Restoration Proceeds, Grant Rescinded, and Statewide Report

 

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    Newsletters - UWA

Item 1:  Newsletter dated Summer 1998 Volume 1 No.1 entitled, "College of Liberal Arts Newsletter: The University of West Alabama contains the following sub-headings: Guynes Paints Montgomery, Student Interest Prompts Psych Major, Hammond Contributes to Poetry and Art Collections, COLA Professors are on the Move: Professor Profiles, Honors Program Enters Real World Classroom, Studio Steps into the 21st Century, Englen Wing Dedicated