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  • Rosenwald Schools in Alabama

    Rosenwald schools refer to a group of educational institutions established in the South for African Americans...
  • John Ross

    John Ross (1790-1866) was the most important Cherokee political leader of the nineteenth century. He...
  • John Asa Rountree

    John Asa Rountree (1867-1936) was a publisher and advocate for the Good Roads Movement, a nationwide...
  • Rousseau's Raid

    Rousseau's Raid was a series of attacks by Union forces, led by Maj. Gen. Lovell Harrison Rousseau,...
  • Gary Thomas Rowe Jr.

    Gary Thomas Rowe Jr. (1933-1998) is one of the most controversial figures of the civil rights movement...
  • Anne Royall

    Anne Newport Royall (1769-1854) was a pioneering travel writer, political journalist, and newspaper publisher.
  • Ruffner Mountain Nature Center

    Located in eastern Jefferson County, straddling the border between Birmingham and Irondale, Ruffner Mountain...
  • Runaway Slaves

    As many as 435,000 slaves lived in Alabama in 1860, comprising about 45 percent of the state's total...
  • Rural Studio

    The Rural Studio, a program of Auburn University's College of Architecture, Design and Construction,...
  • Russell Cave

    Russell Cave is located in northeast Alabama near the town of Bridgeport in Jackson County. It is a significant...

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