The Alabama Mine Map Repository for underground mines is located in the office of the Mining and Reclamation Division of the State Department of Labor (ADOL) in Birmingham (see note below). This directory presents a brief description of each of the maps maintained in the Repository as of June 1, 2013.
2018-2019 OFFICIAL PUBLIC DEER HUNTING SCHEDULE & MAP
This report deals chiefly with the gold mines in the Southern Appalachian gold belt whose workings were accessible at the time of examination, but it also · summarizes available information concerning many mines that were not accessible.
History of Clarke County
by John Simpson Graham
Published by Birmingham Printing Co. (1923)
Available here as PDF Download ($9.99)
It is the purpose of the author of this book to write a history devoted almost exclusively to Clarke County and its people. No such history has ever been published. “Ball’s History of Clarke County and Surroundings” contains much general history, necessitating much reading before reaching the pith of the story. However, there is much in Ball’s History relating to early days of Clarke and its citizens.
A preliminary report on the upper gold belt of Alabama in the Counties of Cleburne, Randolph, Clay, Talladega, Elmore, Coosa, and Tallapoosa