Articles on Clay County, Alabama, Including: Hugo Black, Joe F. Edwards, Jr., Bob Riley, Howard Ballard, Hiram Wesley Evans, Lafayette L. Patterson, Ashland, Alabama, Lineville, Alabama, Cheaha Wilderness by Hephaestus Books (Paperback / softback, 2011)
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