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  • Black Hospital Movement in Alabama

    In Alabama, as in the rest of the segregated Jim Crow South, African Americans were barred from working...
  • Black Militias in Alabama

    After the Civil War, southern states slowly began to rebuild their state militias. Among these new militia...
  • Hugo L. Black

    Hugo Black (1886-1971) served in the U.S. Senate and on the U.S. Supreme Court for 34 years. He was America's...
  • Fred Leonard Blackmon

    Fred Leonard Blackmon (1873-1921) served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1911 to 1921 representing …
  • Bladon Springs State Park

    The 357-acre Bladon Springs State Park is located one mile north of the town of Bladon Springs in Choctaw...
  • Blakeley

    In the early nineteenth century, the town of Blakeley emerged as a serious rival to Mobile as the premiere...
  • Blind Boys of Alabama

    The Blind Boys of Alabama, also billed as The Five Blind Boys of Alabama or Clarence Fountain and the...
  • Blockade Running in the Civil War

    Blockade running, and the use of small swift ships known as blockade runners, was the Confederacy's...
  • Bloody Sunday

    "Bloody Sunday" refers to the March 7, 1965, civil rights march that was supposed to go from Selma to...
  • Blount County

    Located in northeastern Alabama, within the Birmingham metro area, Blount County is known for its natural...

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