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This work was published by the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce and the United Daughters of the Confederacy to celebrate the history of Jacksonville at the semi-centennial (1902-1952) of the founding of the General John H. Forney Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Written by Annie Rowan Forney Daugette, daughter of a Civil War veteran and wife of State Normal School president C.W. Daugette, it primarily contains information on the historic homes of Jacksonville and those who built and lived in them, as well as other points of interest (e.g., the Public Square, the First Baptist Church, the State Normal School, etc.). The photographs were made by Edith Schoonmaker Wilson.
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General John H. Forney Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy
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The original printed book is housed in the Houston Cole Library Alabama Gallery.
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Daugette, Annie Rowan Forney and Wilson, Edith Schoonmaker, "Historic Jacksonville: Semi-Centennial, 1902-1952" (1952). Alabama History & Culture. 1.