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Do-It-Yourself Opportunities Including
Museum Exhibits, Virtual Volunteer Projects, 
& Other Resources
From the Alabama Department of Archives & History
 
Alabama history exhibits developed by the staff and based on the collections of the Alabama Department of Archives & History. Available for download and display by local museums, historical associations, schools, governments, and other interested organizations.  
AVAILABLE EXHIBITS: 

ART OF THE GREAT WAR

World War I posters from the collections of the Alabama Archives

UNFOLDING HISTORY:

ALABAMA IN MAPS

Historical maps from the collections of the Alabama Archives

ALABAMA'S PATH

TO STATEHOOD

Important milestones in Alabama's journey to become the 22nd state

THE FIVE CAPITALS OF ALABAMA

St. Stephens, Huntsville, Cahawba, Tuscaloosa, and Montgomery 

Help the Alabama Archives increase online access to historical content from the comfort of your home. Anyone with an Internet connection can help create searchable indexes by transcribing our records. Together, we can make more Alabama history accessible to everyone. 
 
PROJECTS:

WWI SERVICE RECORS

NOW COMPLETE!

Nearly 80 virtual volunteers helped to digitally transcribed more than 100,000 Alabama service records.

HOME ADDRESS  REPORTS

VIRTUAL VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Digitally transcribe Home Address Reports completed by Alabamians in the armed forces from 1940 to 1966.