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People and Things from the Marshall County, Alabama, Guntersville Democrat 1901 - 1908
by Robin Sterling


Overview - The Guntersville Democrat was not the first newspaper to be published in Marshall County, but is the one most complete from the 19th Century. It was first published in October of 1880 by a Gadsden newspaperman, William M. Meeks. Over the years, it chronicled much of the early history of Marshall County.  Read more...

 
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Overview
The Guntersville Democrat was not the first newspaper to be published in Marshall County, but is the one most complete from the 19th Century. It was first published in October of 1880 by a Gadsden newspaperman, William M. Meeks. Over the years, it chronicled much of the early history of Marshall County. This second book in the series attempts to capture mentions of births, marriages, deaths and obituaries It also reproduces items of interest and importance in the development of the county--all with a full name index. In this volume you can find the complete "Sword of Bushwhacker Johnston" by Rev. M.E. Johnston-- a thrilling first person account of the actions of guerrilla fighters operating in the Tennessee Valley during the Civil War. Also O.D. Street's account of the first 100 years of Marshall County's existence-and much more. The early history of Marshall County is written on the pages of its newspapers. This book will be valuable to any student of the history and genealogy of Marshall County.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781365596223
  • ISBN-10: 1365596222
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publish Date: December 2016
  • Page Count: 384
  • Dimensions: 11 x 8.25 x 0.79 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds


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