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.
ALABAMA IN MAPS
Historical maps from the collections of the Alabama Archives
Help the Alabama Archives increase online access to historical content from the comfort of your home.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.
Alabama Supreme Court Case Files from 1820 - 1877
Help transcribe case files which include lower court rulings, interrogatories, exhibits, motions, and other details not included in the published rulings of the Court.
Civil War & Reconstruction Governors Papers
Help transcribe the official papers of the eleven men who served as governors of Alabama from the eve of the Civil War through the Reconstruction period.
COMPLETED TRANSCRIPTION PROJECTS:
HOW - TO
Resources and information about caring for your historical collections at home
Alabama History D.I.Y. is a program of the Alabama Department of Archives and History to provide do-it-yourself museum exhibits based on the Archives' collections to local organizations. Alabama History D.I.Y. offers resources and guidance to produce and display curated, high-quality exhibits by local museums, archives, historical societies, government, and other community organizations.
Virtual volunteer opportunities through Alabama History D.I.Y. allow the public to help the Archives make more of its historical records accessible online.
For additional information, contact Georgia Ann Hudson at email@example.com or (334) 353-3312.