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  • Choctaws in Alabama

    The Choctaw Indians once lay claim to millions of acres of land and established some 50 towns in present-day...
  • William Christenberry

    William Christenberry (1936-2016) was an Alabama-born artist who worked in a wide variety of media, including...
  • Church Street Graveyard

    Church Street Graveyard, Mobile's oldest existing cemetery, opened in 1820 and officially closed...
  • Churches of Christ in Alabama

    The Christian community known as the Churches of Christ is made up of non-denominational, autonomous...
  • Citronelle

    Citronelle is located in north-central Mobile County in the southwest corner of the state. History ...
  • City of Moundville

    Moundville is located in north-central Hale County and south-central Tuscaloosa County, with the majority...
  • City of St. Jude

    The Montgomery-based City of St. Jude is a Roman Catholic social-service organization that was established...
  • Civil War Journalism in Alabama

    By the time of the Civil War, newspapers in Alabama had come to occupy an important role as providers...
  • Civil War in Alabama

    The American Civil War remains the most significant event in Alabama's history. The war pitted Unionists...
  • Civilian Conservation Corps in Alabama

    The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) work program was established by Pres. Franklin Delano Roosevelt...

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