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A : 26 Authors Found

    Catherine B. Allen
    Ida Vines Moffett
    Always dressed in her traditional white uniform, including her cap and her 1926 School of Nursing class...
    Lee N. Allen
    William W. Brandon (1923-27)
    William W. Brandon (1868-1934) was Alabama's governor from 1923-27, having first served in local...
    Charles Henderson (1915-19)
    Known as Alabama's "business governor" for his many commercial interests and for maneuvering the...
    Ida Vines Moffett
    Always dressed in her traditional white uniform, including her cap and her 1926 School of Nursing class...
    David E. Alsobrook
    Erwin Craighead
    Erwin Craighead (1852-1932) was editor of the  Mobile Register  for more than 40 years and was one of the most influential...
    William D. Jelks (1901-07)
    William Jelks (1855–1931) rose from humble beginnings to be a newspaper owner and editor in Eufaula...
    Andrew N. Johnson
    Andrew N. Johnson (1865-1921), known as "A. N." throughout his life, was an influential African American...
    Patrick J. Lyons
    Patrick J. Lyons (1850-1921) served as a city councilman, mayor, and commissioner in Mobile for more...
    Glenn A. Anderson
    William Berney
    William Berney (1920-1961) was a dramatist who wrote in collaboration with Howard Dixon Richardson. Their...
    Laura Anderson
    James Reeb
    A social worker and Unitarian Universalist minister, Reverend James Reeb (1927-1965) was severely beaten...
    Nancy G. Anderson
    Harper Lee
    Nelle Harper Lee (1926- ) is the author of one of the most affecting and widely read books of American...
    Lella Warren
    During a writing career that spanned more than half of the twentieth century, Lella Warren (1899-1982)...
    Gail C. Andrews
    Birmingham Museum of Art
    Situated in downtown Birmingham, Jefferson County, the Birmingham Museum of Art (BMA) offers the largest...
    Gail Andrews
    Birmingham Museum of Art
    Situated in downtown Birmingham, Jefferson County, the Birmingham Museum of Art (BMA) offers the largest...
    Quilting
    Quilt making has a long history in Alabama. Early settlers created bedcovers both for necessity and pleasure,...
    James Lamar Appleton
    David Moniac
    David Moniac (ca. 1802-1836), Creek Indian of mixed ancestry and grand-nephew of Creek leader Alexander...
    Treaty of New York (1790)
    The 1790 Treaty of New York, between George Washington's fledgling constitutional government and...
    Margaret E. Armbrester
    Jere Beasley Sr. (1972)
    Jere Beasley (1935- ) is known for his success as a trial lawyer and for the 32 days he served as governor...
    Robert "Bob" Riley (2003-11)
    Bob Riley was Alabama's 52nd elected governor. He is only the third Republican governor to be elected...
    Don Siegelman (1999-2003)
    In November 1998 Don Siegelman (1946- ) won a landslide victory over incumbent Republican Forrest "Fob...