How to Start your Research
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- Library Basement
- M-T: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
F: 8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Sat: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The Wallace State Library is open year round to everyone except on holidays and special occasions.
"THE PROGRAM COLLECTION"
Wallace State's extensive and growing collection of research materials includes books, periodicals, microfilm, microfiche, CD-ROM disks, computer programs, family folders and more. Some sources cover the entire United States. The collection is centered on Alabama, neighboring states, the Old South, Kentucky, the Civil War and Cherokee Indians.
Non-credit Geneaology classes are periodically offered through the Wallace State Center for Career and Workforce Development's Continuing Education program. The current listing of continuing education classes is available at Continuing Education.
- Alabama Research
- Alabama's Resident Confederate Pension Records
- Alternative Family History
- An Adventure in Using Federal Land Records
- Andersonville Research Handout
- Atlanta Area Research Handout
- Biographical Sources
- Civil War Confederate Sources
- Civil War Federal Soldiers Sources
- Civil War Internet Research
- Computer and Internet Handout
- County Records
- Cullman County Communities Created 1872 - 1895
- Draper Article
- Federal Lands in Alabama IGHR
- Federal Lands in Alabama
- General Collection and Holdings
- Georgia and the Old Southwest
- Georgia Colonial Sources Handout
- Georgia Land Grant and Land Lottery Records
- Georgia Substitutes for Lost Census Records to 1820
- Hanceville Area History and Photographs by Greg Burden
- Native American Indians
- Interviewing Relatives
- Libraries Near Wallace State
- Microfiche Collection
- Military Records Except for the Civil War
- National Archives
- Reconstruction Handout
- Returns of Qualified Voters
- Revolutionary War Pension Claims
- Revolutionary War Service Handout
- The Story of Streight's Raid (video)
- War of 1812 Records at Wallace State
- War in Cullman County (video)
- Wilkes County
Tour the WSCC Geneaology Collections
WSCC Genealogy Ancestry and True Crime Research Projects