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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Beat 15 Petition

Identifier: MSS-0708
Abstract Petition dated 23 March 1898 from citizens of "Beat 15," which included Montgomery and Crenshaw Counties, to the Board of Revenue, Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama. The petition requests the construction of a road to be called the "Grady Road."
Dates: 1898-03-23

Ku Klux Klan pamphlet

Identifier: MSS-3892
Overview Pamphlet lists the names of residents who "signed the petition sent to Governor [George] Wallace," and the names of the employers of the signers.
Dates: 1963 May 29

Petition for Small Change Notes by Citizens of Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Identifier: MSS-1132
Abstract Signed by approximately fifty citizens of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, this petition expresses concern over the scarcity of small change in the city. The petitioners wanted paper change tickets to alleviate the situation.
Dates: 1842-08-11

Tuscaloosa, Alabama Board of Commissioners records

Identifier: MSS-1443
Overview City recirds relating to the reduction of the city limits in 1930, as well as the text of an act to prevent eminent domain from being exercised over cemeteries unless necessity exists.
Dates: 1930 April 15-29

Tuscaloosa County, Alabama records

Identifier: MSS-1434
Overview Two petitions, one for "White", the other "Colored", about prohibiting the sale of liquor within a half mile of St. Johns Mission Church and St. Paul Church. Also included are the record book of County Court for 1925 and the Tuscaloosa Circuit Court ledgers from 1837-1849, 1842-1850, and 1842-1867.
Dates: 1825-1867