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  • Albert Foley Jr.

    Albert Sidney Foley Jr. (1912-1990) was a Jesuit priest and professor of sociology at Spring Hill College...
  • Folk Buildings

    Folk buildings—constructed from local materials—are the oldest types of structures still...
  • Folk Pottery of Alabama

    Up until the early twentieth century, hundreds of folk potters worked throughout the state of Alabama...
  • James E. Folsom Jr. (1993-95)

    James E. Folsom Jr. was Alabama's governor from 1993-95 and the only governor so far to assume that...
  • James E. "Big Jim" Folsom Sr. (1947-51, 1955-59)

    James E. "Big Jim" Folsom, Sr. (1908-1987) was only the second person to serve two full terms as governor...
  • Food Production in Alabama

    The food products sector in Alabama includes crop and animal production and food products manufacturing....
  • Forages in Alabama

    The term "forage" is commonly used to refer to above-ground plant growth other than separated grain that...
  • Jesse Hill Ford

    Writer Jesse Hill Ford (1928-1996) is remembered as much for his influence on aspiring writers as for...
  • Forest Products Industry in Alabama

    Because Alabama is one of the most heavily forested states in the nation, the forestry products industry...
  • Forever Wild Land Trust

    In 1992, the state government of Alabama established the Forever Wild Land Trust, which enabled the state...

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