Henry County Siftings Volume III (2000)

By
Thomas Larry Smith


Article Number
No. 1 Military Land Grant
No. 2 Headland Hotel History
No. 3 1903 Henry County Grand Jury
No. 4 County Civil War Items
No. 5 Dothan Incorporated In 1885
No. 6 1936 Newville Boys Of Summer
No. 7 Dr. Balkum A Dothan Pioneer
No. 8 County Can Collector
No. 9 General A. J. McAllister
No. 10 Ft. Gaines – Franklin Bridge
No. 11 Last of the “Thin Gray Line”
No. 12 First County Women Voters
No. 13 Franklin Was First Town
No. 14 Joseph Paulin Wilson
No. 15 1912 Headland Killer cyclone
No. 16 1913 Headland Hail Storm
No. 17 General Alexander C. Gordon
No. 18 1859 Abbeville Incorporation
No. 19 County’s Northeast “Nook”
No. 20 Historic Preservation Week
No. 21 Samuel Murphy Dunwoody
No. 22 Some County Notables
No. 23 1903 Newville Incorporation
No. 24 County Civil War Casualties, Part One
No. 25 County Civil War Casualties, Part Two
No. 26 1910 Headland Bottling Works
No. 27 1841 Ft. Gaines Wooden Bridge
No. 28 Mt. Zion Church Preservation
No. 29 War Casualties 1917 – 1975
No. 30 1910 Halesburg Incorporation
No. 31 Prof. James Jasper Yarbrough
No. 32 County’s Largest Pecan Tree
No. 33 Mary Sue Barnette McClurkin
No. 34 Admiral C. L. C. Atkeson, Jr.
No. 35 Major General William Irwin
No. 36 General Smith of Smithville
No. 37 Henry’s 1819 Ellicott’s Line
No. 38 1911 Henry County High School
No. 39 1897 Abbeville Double Hanging
No. 40 A Yatta Abba Creek Baptizing
No. 41 How “Screamer” Got Its Name
No. 42 Our Last Confederate Daughter
No. 43 County Registed Landmarks
No. 44 Indian Quarries At Tumbleton
No. 45 1924 Headland KKK Gathering
No. 46 Franklin Flatts In Background
No. 47 Fort Gaines Bridge Repaired
No. 48 Headland’s First Scout Troop
No. 49 Superintendents of Education
No. 50 County Is Now 81 Years Old
No. 51 “Head’s Land” Became Headland
No. 52 1856 Ham Log Home Restored

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