Volume Two in the Annals of Northwest Alabama compiled by Congressman Carl Elliott and published in 1959. Elliott, a Jasper resident, privately published the series with this volume printed by SWS Printers in Tuscaloosa. Volume Two contains thirty-six essays on various aspects of northwest Alabama's history, the are defined by Elliott as the pre-1962 Seventh Congressional District. The contents for Volume Two of the Annals of Northwest Alabama include: "Sketches of Early Cullman County, Alabama" by Marc Miller; "John Williams Rogers" by Harry V. Barnard; "An Alabama Horse-and-Buggy Minister-Doctor" by Margaret Sizemore; "Early Days of Franklin County" by William H. Key, Jr.; "Rural Mail Carrier Sees the Seasons" by Joe Acee; "Hezekiah Massey (1822-1910)" by Charley Ross West; "Old Jasper Academy, 1859-1892" by Sheriff Lacy; "The Hamilton Agricultural School, a History: 1895-1933" by E.W. Branyon; "The Sipsey Fork of Black Warrior River, Alabama" by Warren W. Scott; "Glimpses of Early Fayette County, Alabama" by James A. Windle & Margaret D. Sizemore; "More About Allen T. Owen (1851-1917)" by Rosa Odiel Gatewood; "Some Recollections" by William Jesse Bonds; "My Four-Score Years and More in Marion and Lamar Counties" by Florence Sizemore; "The Wakefield Family of Walker County, Alabama" by Wayne E. Wakefield; "Tombigbee River Tributaries, Mississippi and Alabama" by Col. R. W. Love; "1830 U.S. Census of Walker County, Alabama" compiled by Bruce Myers; "The Lucas-Dodson Families" by Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr.; "Some Franklin County, Alabama Gravestone Records" by R. L. James; "The Future of Coal in Walker County, and the Gasification Experiment" by Milton H. Fies; "Drainage Areas of Certain Creeks in Alabama and Mississippi" by Col. Harold E. Bisbort; "School Daze in 1889 in Blount County" by Margaret Sizemore; "The Farm Log-Rolling" by J. Grady Stone; "More U.S. Post Offices of Yesteryear" by Carl Elliott; and "Union Community, Franklin County, Alabama" by P. O. Davis.