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Filename Author Description
Growing Up Hard Dr. Ronald Dykes

Published in 2003. Book includes interviews with six elderly, long-time citizens of their towns in Jackson County. People interviewed are James Norwood Clemens, Lillie Mae Cuthbert, Ida Miller Olinger, Opal Wright Peters, Rubilee Moore Smith, Archie Freeman Stewart, Sue Mae Freeman Powell, and Gertrude Isabella Stockton.

Birmingham As It Was in Jackson County, Alabama James Frederick Sulzby Published in 1944. Early Jackson County history of the area around Rash.
Chattanooga Sunday Times Memorial Supplement Chattanooga Times Published May 24, 1919. An 8-page supplement to the Sunday Chattanooga newspaper with photos of soldiers from the region who died in World War I.
Jackson County Civil War Soldiers Annette Bradford and James Sentell Published November 2020. A 50-page alphabetic listing of Civil War soldiers buried in Jackson County based on findagrave records. Also in a virtual cemetery located here
Scottsboro Municipal Elections Greg Bell Published November 2020. A listing of Scottsboro municipal elected officials from the founding of the town until present.
"Skyline Farms: A New Deal Community" Cynthia Rice Published the Spring 2018 issue of Alabama Heritage. A 12-page article with wonderful pictures about the Skyline Farms Colony.
District D CCC 1938 Yearbook U. S. Government Published in 1938. A 214-page large-format book about the District D (Mississippi and Alabama) Civilian Conservation Corps camps in 1938, which included the Scottsboro and Guntersville camps.
Truth and Myth about Sauta Cave David Bradford Published in 1977. An extended story with pictures from The Daily Sentinel Weekender supplement about Sauta Cave.
Additional Information about TVA Cemeteries JCHA Published 1934-35. A 64-page compilation of cemeteries in Jackson County surveyed but not moved by the TVA during the building of Lake Guntersville.
The Kate Duncan DAR School Story JCHA Published 1952. A 32-page cyanotype history of the DAR School in Grant.


Virtual Cemeteries