Henry County Siftings Volume VII (2004)

By
Thomas Larry Smith

Article Number
No. 1 Some Notable Headland Women
No. 2 Some Notable Headland Women
No. 3 Lettie May Taylor Reaches 102
No. 4 Abbeville’s WWII Prison Camp
No. 5 1929 Shelley Cotton Picker
No. 6 Farmers Take 1949 Pepsi Break
No. 7 Henry County’s Nicknames
No. 8 John Harper Oates (1882-1966)
No. 9 1855 Tolbot (Tolbert) Church
No. 10 Headland’s 1941 WWII Airfield
No. 11 Stave Mills
No. 12 Whitehurst School Memories
No. 13 Dead Town of Wesley, Alabama
No. 14 Tumbleton Cotton Gin Company
No. 15 More County Confederate Items
No. 16 Adonirum Judson Impacted Henry
No. 17 More Newville High Tidbits
No. 18 County’s First Brick Home
No. 19 County Cemetery Grave Walls
No. 20 Doctors Helped Build Headland
No. 21 1933 Henry County Slave Laws
No. 22 Toll House
No. 23 Tumbleton’s Space Pioneer
No. 24 1884 Headland Methodist Church
No. 25 Abbeville’s “Bank Of Henry”
No. 26 Did You Know?
No. 27 Old Davirson Family Landmark
No. 28 Daniel Wiggins Bought Jail
No. 29 77 Years Of Quilting, At 93
No. 30 Railroad Tycoon’s 1893 Visit
No. 31 180 Cemeteries and Counting
No. 32 County’s Charter State Troopers
No. 33 Dead Town Of Weston, Alabama
No. 34 1936 Tumbleton Fox Hunters
No. 35 Panama City Beach, Alabama?
No. 36 Did You Know?
No. 37 More Henry County Doctors
No. 38 Tragic 1918 Flu Epidemic
No. 39 Salmagundi
No. 40 1889 Abbeville Shooting
No. 41 Shorterville Baptist Church
No. 42 Some 1859 – 1918 Incorporations
No. 43 The Way We Speak
No. 44 Alabama’s First Model-A Ford
No. 45 Hall Won 1928 Pulitzer Prize
No. 46 Shotgun Houses
No. 47 Rosa Park’s Father From Henry
No. 48 Porter Hardware Company
No. 49 Headland’s Piney Grove Church
No. 50 Some Balkum Cemetery Items
No. 51 County Celeberates Anniversary
No. 52 Landmark’s New Railroad Book

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Henry Co. Siftings

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