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1980 Childersburg High School Yearbook, Annual Childersburg, Alabama AL


 

1981 Childersburg High School Yearbook, Annual Childersburg, Alabama AL


 

1982 Childersburg High School Yearbook, Annual Childersburg, Alabama AL


 

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Photo: Trailer shooting gallery on the main street of Childersburg,Alabama


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Title: Trailer shooting gallery on the main street of Childersburg, Alabama Creator(s): Delano, Jack, photographer Date Created/Published: 1941 May. Notes: Title and other information from caption card. LOT 1626 (Location of corresponding print). Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. Film copy on SIS roll 3, frame 1871. Subjects: United States--Alabama--Talladega County--Childersburg. .
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Photo: Workmen from the nearby powder plant in a cafe in Childersburg,Alabama


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Title: Workmen from the nearby powder plant in a cafe in Childersburg, Alabama Creator(s): Delano, Jack, photographer Date Created/Published: 1941 May. Notes: Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. Film copy on SIS roll 3, frame 1958. Subjects: United States--Alabama--Talladega County--Childersburg. .
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Photo: Workers,some of them unemployed,on the main street of Childersburg,Alabama 1


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Title: Workers, some of them unemployed, on the main street of Childersburg, Alabama Creator(s): Delano, Jack, photographer Date Created/Published: 1941 May. Notes: Title and other information from caption card. LOT 1626 (Location of corresponding print). Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. Subjects: United States--Alabama--Childersburg. .
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1984 Yearbook: Childersburg High School, Childersburg, Alabama


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This copy is a softcover reprint of a previously owned high school yearbook. Whether you no longer have your own copy or want to surprise someone with a unique gift, the memories in this yearbook are sure to make someone smile! All the pages and images are reproduced as-is, which means your copy may show handwriting or effects of aging, and that certain pages, images, or other content may be omitted, missing, or obscured. Don't miss out! Bring home a piece of your history.
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1986 Yearbook: Childersburg High School, Childersburg, Alabama


(Paperback)
This copy is a softcover reprint of a previously owned high school yearbook. Whether you no longer have your own copy or want to surprise someone with a unique gift, the memories in this yearbook are sure to make someone smile! All the pages and images are reproduced as-is, which means your copy may show handwriting or effects of aging, and that certain pages, images, or other content may be omitted, missing, or obscured. Don't miss out! Bring home a piece of your history.
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Childersburg


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by: Leigh Mathis-Downs
The oldest continuously occupied city in America, Childersburg, Alabama, is a place with an ancient and distinctive past. This area, once known as Coza (Coca, Coosa), was the political capital of Chief Tushkalusa’s far-reaching empire covering all the area from the Ohio River to the Mississippi. Coza’s population in 1540 was estimated to be between 30,000 and 40,000, according to de Soto’s chroniclers. De Soto’s army left at least two Spaniards here when they departed for Mauvilla: a sick black man and a white man named Furada.
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Childersburg by Leigh Mathis-Downs


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by: Leigh Mathis-Downs

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Childersburg


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by: J Leigh Mathis-Downs
The oldest continuously occupied city in America, Childersburg, Alabama, is a place with an ancient and distinctive past. This area, once known as Coza (Coca, Coosa), was the political capital of Chief Tushkalusa's far-reaching empire covering all the area from the Ohio River to the Mississippi. Coza's population in 1540 was estimated to be between 30,000 and 40,000, according to de Soto's chroniclers. De Soto's army left at least two Spaniards here when they departed for Mauvilla: a sick black man and a white man named Furada.
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