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This is a Table of Contents of the Silverhill History site. Click any Page title to go to that page.
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Introduction Page - Start here for an interactive adventure in Silverhill History.
Home Page - The Silverhill Reading Room. Each area contains the subjects listed below.
- People of Silverhill
- Paul Anderson
- Elsie Chandler
- Edhegard Family
- Creighton C. “Peco” Forsman - newspaper articles
- O. P. Forsman - newspaper article
- Frank Foukal, Lynching - newspaper articles
- Rose Foukal, including the Kucera, Kulicka and Palat Families
- Edward Havel Family - A "Memory Lane" Presentation given by Barbara Richmond Langley
- Hoff and Ledeen Family
- Oscar Johnson Family -A "Memory Lane" Presentation given by Joan Utter and Paul Utter
- Georgia Snášel and husband Ben Kucera
- The Grand Prize -A Kucera Family Story by Hazel Marshall Moravec
- Joseph Kulicka
- Violet Linden
- Dr. George David Lundberg, II
- Louise Johnson Lundberg
- George Lyrene
- Slosson and Harford Family
- John Franklin Smart Family -A "Memory Lane" Presentation given by Eleanor Smart Underwood
- Grace Esther Smith
- Frank Stewart, The Picture Man
- Ryan Thomley
- Oscar and Adele Wigstrom
- Dr. Oscar Winberg
- Wilson Family
- Honoring Our Military
- Voter Registration
- History of Silverhill
- The Big Wooden Book History by Louise J. Lundberg
- Text for the Big Wooden Book History by Louise J. Lundberg
- The Name of Silverhill by Louise J. Lundberg
- Silverhill, A Good Place to Liveby Margaret Forsman
- Silverhillby Hazel Marshall Moravec
- Silverhill's Name
- The Name "Svea"by Walter Guldbrandzén of Sweden
- Settlement at Silverhillby Dr. O.F.E. Winberg
- Silverhill Settlement by John Jackson
- Memories Preserved by Lilly Setterdahl
- Silverhill Train Depot
- A History of Silverhill
- Bohemian Colony
- Silverhill Yesterday and Today
- Early Swedish History of Silverhill, Alabama 1896-1930by Charlie Norman - a PDF
- Articles by Melda H. Boyd and Gary M. Boyd
Czechs of Baldwin County
The Czechs of Gulf Coast Alabama
- Václav Mildorf: From Bohemia to Alabama
- Keeping Czech Culture Alive: The Baldwin County Polka Band
- Do Not Forget Me: Czech Settlers in Baldwin County, 1900-1940 - a PDF
- Maps of the Silverhill Area
- Historical Silverhill Brochures, News Papers, and Pamphlets
- Places in Silverhill
- Evangelical Covenant Church
- First Baptist Church
- Zion Lutheran Church
- Silverhill Public School
- Silverhill School History by Dolores J. Cooper
- Silverhill School History by Carl E. Johnson
- Silverhill School History by Donald J. Sweeney
- Silverhill School Founder's Day History
- Silverhill School 1948-1949 Annual
- Silverhill School 1952-1953 Annual
- Silverhill Students at Robertsdale High School
- Silverhill School Slide Show - March 2003
- Olander Hotel
- Oscar Johnson Memorial Library
- Silverhill Fair
- People's Supply Company
- Silverhill Power Company
- The State Bank of Silverhill
- Guestbook- Read Only
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Ways to help:
1. Collect information for the site:
- a. Old photographs of Silverhill people, places, and activities.
- b. Old magazine and newspaper articles about Silverhill and its people.
- c. Journals and minutes of Silverhill’s early organizational meetings.
- d. Old and new military photos of Silverhill people.
- e. Land Deeds.
- f. Wills.
- g. Any item that is related to Silverhill’s past.
2. Write something for the website:
Anything about Silverhill’s history or people, such as:
- a. Biographies,
- b. Family histories,
- c. Organizational histories,
- d. Silverhill memories,
- e. Interviews with older Silverhill residents,
- f. Anything else that is related to Silverhill’s past.
3. Type information for the site:
Old articles and papers that are scanned and put on the site need to be retyped on a computer so that their information is searchable by another computer. Computers or search engines can only search typed information, not photos or scanned pictures of information.
4. Translate old Swedish:
The old Silverhill Newsletters have a wealth of information in them on Silverhill’s early days and its people, but they need to be translated into English.
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PO Box 250
Silverhill, AL 36576
Phone: (251) 945-6666