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Lawyer, planter, and politician Luke Pryor (1820-1900) served briefly in the U.S. Senate and is little...
Public Education During the Civil War and Reconstruction Era
Public education in Alabama virtually ceased during the long Civil War. In the early days of the conflict,...
Public Education in Alabama After Desegregation
The end of segregated schools in the South, and in Alabama, was supposed to take place in 1954 with the...
Public Education in Antebellum Alabama
Education during Alabama's antebellum era could best be described as haphazard, with a few notable...
Public Education in Colonial and Territorial Alabama
Public education in Alabama has largely been a story of indifference, segregation, racism, and underfunding....
Public Education in the Early Twentieth Century
As political power in Alabama returned to the hands of the white elite after Reconstruction, education...
James Lawrence Pugh (1820-1907) served in the U.S. House of Representatives on the eve of the Civil War...
Pushmataha is perhaps the best-known Choctaw leader of the nineteenth century. He is most famous for...
André Pénigaut (1680-?) is credited with being Alabama's first literary figure for his...