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  • Bill Traylor

    The visual artwork of native Alabamian Bill Traylor (1854-1949) is as distinctive and original as was...
  • Treaty of Cusseta (1832)

    The Treaty of Cusseta was an agreement between the U.S. government and the Creek Nation in which the...
  • Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek (1830)

    The Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek was agreed upon in September 1830 between representatives of the ...
  • Treaty of Fort Jackson

    The Treaty of Fort Jackson, or more properly the Treaty with the Creeks, 1814, was signed on August 9,...
  • Treaty of Indian Springs (1821)

    The First Treaty of Indian Springs, or more formally the Treaty with the Creeks, 1821, entailed the ...
  • Treaty of Indian Springs (1825)

    This treaty between the federal government, represented by commissioners Duncan Campbell and James Meriwether,...
  • Treaty of New York (1790)

    The 1790 Treaty of New York, between George Washington's fledgling constitutional government and...
  • Trinity

    Trinity is located in northwest Morgan County in the north-central part of the state, just west of the...
  • Troy

    The city of Troy is the county seat and the largest town in Pike County. From its origins as a small...
  • Troy University

    Since its creation in 1887, Troy University has evolved from a training school for teachers into its...

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