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Autauga County election returns filed with the Alabama secretary of state in 1824.

The returns, on pages 1 and 2, include a list of 67 voters in an election for a justice of the peace and a constable held on January 3, 1824. James K. Hicks was elected justice and Edward Windham was elected constable. The returns are a typewritten transcript of the original and include a list of voters.

Creator: Alabama Secretary of State
Date: 1824
Repository: Alabama Department of Archives and History
Format: Election returns

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Grade 10: Standard(s) 8
Grade 12 (US Government): Standard(s) 6 14

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