Calhoun County: Past, Present, and Future: Symposium on the Historical Development of Calhoun County | Vol. 1
This video, originally in U-Matic format, was recorded at the Houston Cole Library. It covers a symposium examining different aspects of the historic and economic development of Calhoun County, Alabama. These include: pre-history, historic period, oral history, history of Fort McClellan, history of Jacksonville State University, organizations, and demography. The video was sponsored by the Committee for the Humanities in Alabama and Jacksonville State University. Speakers include: Harry Holstein, Worden Weaver, Douglas McConatha, Luke Owen, Jerry Smith, Adrian Aveni, and Howard G. Johnson.
Calhoun County (Ala.) -- History
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Jacksonville State University, "Calhoun County: Past, Present, and Future: Symposium on the Historical Development of Calhoun County | Vol. 1" (1981). Alabama History & Culture. 13.