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Old St. Stephen's Land Office records & American state papers, public lands

American state papers, public lands
by Marilyn Davis Hahn
Books/Monographs
English
Easley, South Carolina : Southern Historical Press, c1983
xxix, 168 p. : maps.
0893083321

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Information from St. Stephens Land Office ledgers found in the Department of Archives and History in Montgomery, Alabama ; information from American State Papers taken from special collections, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama.

Includes index.

Map on end papers.

Contains a chart on the formation of Alabama counties.

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