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  • Eddie Hinton

    Edward C. "Eddie" Hinton (1944-1995) was a guitarist and singer-songwriter whose career spanned the most...
  • Hispanics and Latinos

    Spanish explorers and soldiers marched through what is now Alabama in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries,...
  • Historic Blakeley State Park

    Historic Blakeley State Park covers 3,800 acres along the Tensaw River in Baldwin County near the town...
  • Historic Chattahoochee Commission (HCC)

    The Historic Chattahoochee Commission (HCC), headquartered in Eufaula, is a joint effort between the...
  • Historic Drish House

    The Historic Drish House in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, was constructed in the 1830s by noted physician and contractor John R. Drish and
  • Historic Origins of Alabama's Boundaries

    Alabama's complex boundaries reflect the rich history of the state. Diverse events from 1663 to...
  • Historically Black Colleges and Universities in Alabama

    Historically black colleges and universities in Alabama and other states were established after the ...
  • History Museum of Mobile

    The History Museum of Mobile houses and interprets 300 years of Mobile history through numerous exhibits...
  • Henry Hitchcock

    Henry Hitchcock (1792-1839) was a leading citizen of early Alabama who served as the first secretary...
  • Samuel Francis Hobbs

    Samuel Francis Hobbs (1887-1952) was an attorney, circuit court judge, and eight-term Democratic congressman…

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