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  • USS Birmingham (CL-62)

    Launched on March 20, 1942, the USS Birmingham (CL-62) was a light cruiser of the so-called Cleveland class,...
  • USS Mobile Ships

    The U.S. Navy has had four ships named after the city of Mobile, in Mobile County. The first, a side-wheel...
  • USS Tuscaloosa (CA-37)

    The USS Tuscaloosa (CA-37) was a World War II-era U.S. Navy heavy cruiser that the Navy named for the city...
  • Unclaimed Baggage Center (UBC)

    The Unclaimed Baggage Center (UBC) in Scottsboro, Jackson County, is the only business in the nation...
  • Oscar Underwood

    Oscar Wilder Underwood (1862-1929) served Alabama for many years in the U.S. House of Representatives...
  • Union League of Alabama

    The Union League, or Loyal League, was founded to promote the northern cause and the Republicans during...
  • Union Springs

    Union Springs, the county seat of Bullock County, is located in the Black Belt region of eastern Alabama...
  • Unionism

    The significance of Alabama Unionists during the Civil War and Reconstruction has long been a subject...
  • Uniontown

    Uniontown is located in western Perry County in west-central Alabama. It has a mayor-city council form...
  • United Daughters of the Confederacy Alabama Division (ALUDC)

    The Alabama Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy (ALUDC) was founded on March 26, 1896,...

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