Alabama History: An Annotated Bibliography

Hardcover | January 1, 1998

byLynda W. Brown, Lloyd H. Cornett

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A thorough, balanced compilation, this book is the first comprehensive annotated bibliography on Alabama since 1898. Four authors provide an interdisciplinary approach representing the fields of history, geography, political science, literature, American studies, and library science. Although political, military, and socioeconomic history are well represented, numerous entries on agriculture, art, education, environment, folklore, law, literature, medicine, newspapers, religion, and travel are also included. The bibliography is arranged chronologically by periods in Alabama history with topical subdivisions under each period. Concise but descriptive annotations supplement the titles to delimit the time, place, and topical focus of the individual entry.

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A thorough, balanced compilation, this book is the first comprehensive annotated bibliography on Alabama since 1898. Four authors provide an interdisciplinary approach representing the fields of history, geography, political science, literature, American studies, and library science. Although political, military, and socioeconomic hist...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:462 pages, 9.54 × 6.2 × 1.09 inPublished:January 1, 1998Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313282234

ISBN - 13:9780313282232

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?The authors understand the thought patterns and needs of historical professionals. They are to be commended, for example, for grasping the importance of law reviews as source of information....Such comprehensive coverage comes from pooling the talents of the four compilers and makes their work a valuable tool.?-The Alabama Review