RESOURCES

THE LEAVES OF STOCKTON

BY LYNN HASTIE & DAVIDA RICHERSON HASTIE

A two volume work detailing the history and the people of Stockton, AL including genealogy of most of the early settlers of Stockton and their families. Volume One covers from the early 1700's through the 1800's and is 764 pages. Volume Two covers from the 1900's through 2009 and contains 766 pages. There are many pictures, documents and old newspaper clipping throughout both volumes in addition to the genealogy.

THE LIFE OF WILLIAM WEATHERFORD, HIS COUNTRY AND HIS PEOPLE

BY LYNN HASITE

Documented, historical novel presenting an in depth look at the life of William Weatherford and his ancestors.  Covers the entire history of the Creek Indians in Alabama and the story of their removal.  Battles of the Creek War of 1813-1814 are presented in chronological order.  Presents the history of this area  during this period of its existence.  An entire section is devoted to the lineage of William Weatherford and the members of his family.

GONE TO THE SWAM

BY ROBERT LESLIE SMITH

Recaptures in great detail the period before World War II when lumbering had not yet been motorized.  Smith presents in depth look of how the timber in the swamps was obtained and transported to the mills, and the life style of the loggers.  With photographs and a glossary of yesteryears logging terms, we will get an education look at what was one of the most important industries in the survival of this community and its surrounding communities.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ALABAMA