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  • Jeanes Supervisors

    The Jeanes Supervisors were a group of African American teachers who worked in southern rural schools...
  • Lamar Jeffers

    Lamar Jeffers (1888-1983) was a six-term Alabama congressman who represented Alabama's Fourth Congressional...
  • Jefferson County

    Located in the north-central part of Alabama, Jefferson County is the most populous county in Alabama....
  • Jefferson Davis Community College

    Jefferson Davis Community College (JDCC) was created by action of the Alabama State Board of Education...
  • William D. Jelks (1901-07)

    William Jelks (1855–1931) rose from humble beginnings to be a newspaper owner and editor in Eufaula...
  • Jemison

    Jemison is located in Chilton County in the central part of the state. History ...
  • Mae Carol Jemison

    Mae Carol Jemison (1956- ) is a physician and former astronaut who became the first African American woman to go into space.
  • Joe Wheeler State Park

    Joe Wheeler State Park is located on the shores of the 69,700-acre Wheeler Lake in northern Alabama,...
  • Andrew N. Johnson

    Andrew N. Johnson (1865-1921), known as "A. N." throughout his life, was an influential African American...
  • Angela Johnson

    Angela Johnson (1961- ) is an acclaimed author of children's picture books, young adult novels,...

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