Clarke County Historical Museum

P.O. Box 388
116 W. Cobb Street
Grove Hill, AL  36451
251-275-2014 Bookstore
251-275-8684 Office
museum@clarkemuseum.com

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Monday: 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Office: Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The Clarke County Historical Society is a private non-profit organization founded in 1972.

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Conquering Spirit: Fort Mims and the Red Stick War by Gregory A. Waselkov

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$29.95

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The August 30, 1813, massacre at Fort Mims. By Gregory A. Waselkov. (Hardcover)

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Creek War of 1813 and 1814 by H. S. Halbert & T. H. Ball

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$32.00

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A detailed and accurate account of one of the most celebrated struggles between Indians and white men, particularly in Clarke County, AL.

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De Soto Chronicles, The by Lawrence Clayton

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$65.00

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(paperback) Translations of the four primary accounts of DeSoto's venture into the Southesast.  (Two volume set)

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Indian Place Names in Alabama by James B. McMillan

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$24.95

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(Paperback)   "What is the 'meaning' of names like Coosa and Tallapoosa? Who named the Alabama and Tombigbee and Tennessee rivers? How are Cheaha and Conecuh and Talladega pronounced? How did Opelika and Tuscaloosa get their names? Questions like these, which are asked by laymen as well as by historians, geographers, and students of the English language, can be answered only by study of the origins and history of the Indian names that dot the map of Alabama.

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McIntosh and Weatherford: Creek Indian Leaders by Benjamin W. Griffith, Jr.

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$27.50

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Pushmataha: A Choctaw Leader And His People by Gideon Lincecum

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$14.95

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(paperback) This important book comprises two articles that appeared in the 1904 and 1906 volumes of Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society.

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Search for Mabila, The by Vernon James Knight, Jr.

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$37.95

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(Paperback)    Of all the De Soto sites that might be found, locating the site of Mabila would do the most for firming up a long stretch of the route. This volume brings together the brightest and the best to sift through all the evidence, and this work will serve as the basis for the archaeological research that must be done if we are to ever find the site of Mabila.

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Southeastern Indian Life Portraits by Emma Lila Fundaburk

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$2.50

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A collection of over 350 photographs, paintings, drawings,and woodcuts, Life Portraits offers us an important visual representation of southeastern Indians- at work, at play, in rituals, and in death-when they first encountered Europeans. (Paperback)

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They Say the Wind is Red by Anderson matte

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$19.00

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They Say the Wind Is Red tells the history of the Choctaw Indians who managed to remain in Alabama. (Paperback)

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