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  • Alexander McGillivray

    A controversial eighteenth-century Creek leader, Alexander McGillivray (c. 1750-1793) pushed to centralize...
  • McIntosh

    McIntosh is located in southeastern Washington County in the southwest corner of the state.
  • William McIntosh

    William McIntosh (ca. 1775-1825) was a controversial nineteenth-century Creek Indian leader. A planter...
  • Fran McKee

    Alabama native Fran McKee (1926-2002) became the first woman unrestricted line officer in American history...
  • John McKee

    John McKee (1771-1832), one of the first settlers of Tuscaloosa County, played an important role in transforming...
  • McKenzie

    McKenzie straddles the border in south-central Butler and northeast Conecuh County in the south-central...
  • John McKinley

    John McKinley (1780-1852) became the first Alabama resident to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court and is...
  • Ronnie McNeir

    Ronnie McNeir (1949- ) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician known for both his solo work and...
  • Hugh McVay (1837)

    In the summer of 1837, Hugh McVay (1766-1851) began his brief career as governor by a one-vote stroke...
  • McWane Science Center

    The McWane Science Center, located in the historic building of the former Loveman's department store...

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