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  • Slocomb

    Slocomb is located in Geneva County in the extreme southeastern part of the state, approximately 10 miles...
  • Sloss Furnaces

    Sloss Furnaces, a Birmingham-based iron-manufacturing complex, was established in 1881. The furnace and...
  • Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark

    Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, Jefferson County, stopped production in 1970 after nearly a century of...
  • Smith v. YMCA

    The Smith v. YMCA case, argued in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama, forced the...
  • William Hugh Smith (1868-1870)

    The state's first Republican governor elected under the terms of military reconstruction, William...
  • Albert Lee Smith Jr.

    Albert Lee Smith Jr. (1931-1997) represented Alabama's Sixth Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives …
  • Ella Gantt Smith

    Ella Smith (1868-1932) was a toy manufacturer and artist who invented the Alabama Indestructible Doll, also known as the "Ella Smith Doll."
  • Eugene Allen Smith

    Eugene Allen Smith (1841-1927) was a professor, geologist, and naturalist who traveled by mule-drawn...
  • Hazel Brannon Smith

    Alabama born and educated, Hazel Brannon Smith (1914-1994) won the Pulitzer Prize in 1964, the first...
  • Holland Smith

    Alabama native Holland McTyeire Smith (1882-1967) was a U.S. Marine Corps officer whose career spanned...

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