Published bi-annually by the Huntsville Madison County Historical Society, The Huntsville Historical Review contains articles written by enthusiastic local researchers and writers about the eventful history of Madison County. The Society has published the Review since 1971.
The Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society was formed more than 60 years ago by thoughtful citizens who were concerned about preserving the unique heritage of this area. The richness and diversity of 200 years of local history indeed should be shared and celebrated. Madison County, established in 1808, is older than the State. The small village of Huntsville, founded not far from the Tennessee River, has enjoyed a history that is worth being saved and shared for future generations. The members of the Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society are dedicated to preserving the past to enrich the future through local education and preservation. The Society meets quarterly at the Huntsville Public Library and visitors are always welcome to attend.
Current Issue: Volume 46, Number 2 (2021)
The Huntsville Historical Review, Vol. 46, No. 2, Fall-Winter 2021
Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society
- Arley McCormick