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  • 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...
  • Meaher State Park

    Named after John Meaher, a noted Alabama steamboat operator during the nineteenth century, Meaher State...
  • Medical Association of the State of Alabama (MASA)

    Organized in 1847, the Medical Association of the State of Alabama (MASA) became the first statewide...
  • Alexander B. Meek

    Alexander Beaufort Meek (1814-1865) was a poet, historian, orator, attorney, public official, and journalist,...
  • Memphis

    Memphis is located in southwestern Pickens County in the west-central part of the state on the Tombigbee River …
  • Menawa

    Menawa was one of the most famous Creek Indians of the nineteenth century. He is best known for his leadership...
  • Mentone

    Mentone is located in eastern DeKalb County in the northeastern part of the state.
  • Mercedes-Benz U.S. International Inc. (MBUSI)

    Located in Vance, Tuscaloosa County, Mercedes-Benz U.S. International Inc. (MBUSI) was the first-ever...
  • Methodism in Alabama

    From the early years of the nineteenth century, Alabama Methodists have founded numerous churches and ...

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