SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Harriet E. Amos. Cotton City: Urban Development in Antebellum Mobile. University of Alabama Press. 1985. 311pp.
Robert E. Bell. A Bibliography of Mobile, Alabama. University of Alabama Press. 1956. 96pp.
Michael W. Fitzgerald. Urban Emancipation: Popular Politics in Reconstruction Mobile, 1860-1890. Louisiana State University Press. 2002. 312pp.
Elizabeth Barrett Gould. From Fort to Port: An Architectural History of Mobile, Alabama, 1711-1918. University of Alabama Press. 1988. 317pp.
Chester G. Hearn. Mobile Bay and the Mobile Campaign: The Last Great Battles of the Civil War. McFarland. 1993. 272pp.
Jay Higginbotham. Mobile, City by the Bay. Azalea City Printers. 1968. 236pp.
Bertram Wallace Korn. The Jews of Mobile, Alabama, 1763-1841. Hebrew Union College Press. 1970. 63pp.
Sean Michael O'Brien. Mobile, 1865: Last Stand of the Confederacy. Praeger. 2001. 270pp.
Richard A. Pride. The Political Use of Racial Narratives: School Desegregation in Mobile, Alabama, 1954-97. University of Illinois Press. 2002. 314pp.
Charles Grayson Summersell. Mobile: History of a Seaport Town. University of Alabama Press. 1949. 81pp.
Michael Thomason (editor). Mobile: The New History of Alabama's First City. University of Alabama Press. 2001. 416pp.
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