Our investigators and journalists locate and study a huge assortment of maps for a multitude of reasons. We are often employed to verify dates, ownership, geographic features and other matters which can be supported by old family documents and historical official government documents which may include deeds, drawings, sketches and of course, maps.
We also create our own digital maps for various uses. When possible, we like to share all maps and documents with you. Most of the time they will be published without explanation of what we were looking for but they may prove of interest to you.
We have created maps of all Alabama counties and several special purpose maps including a large selection of maps related to Native Americans in Alabama. You can find our county maps by searching for them by name but we try to list them here.
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Black Creek Plantation
Tucked away in the beautiful woods of Union Springs, Alabama you will find Black Creek Plantation. Abundant with whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, quail, fish, and all that Bullock County has to offer, this wondrous place is the only place to be when you plan your next hunting or fishing adventure. Bent Creek Lodge Alabama
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Huntsville is in Madison County Alabama in the central part of the far northern region of the State of Alabama. Huntsville is the county seat of Madison County. The city extends west into neighboring Limestone County. If you would like to become a sponsor, advertise a related location, service or vacation spot that would add to the usefulness of this site, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are many recreational opportunities for visitors to Tuscaloosa County. Lake Lurleen State Park, named for Governor Lurleen Wallace, is located about 10 minutes from downtown Tuscaloosa and offers 1,600 acres for camping and hiking and a 250-acre lake for swimming and fishing.
Ghost towns in Alabama are a popular subject for more reasons than you may think. For instance, it is often required that we survey an abandoned property or ghost town in order to recreate a past event in order to help determine if the event could have actually occured as described in old newspaper articles or testimony of witnesses.