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  • Mining Towns in Alabama

    As coal and iron industries developed in Alabama, mining towns came to define the daily existence and...
  • Mississippian Period

    The Mississippian period (AD 1000-1550) marked a new way of life for Native Americans in what is now...
  • Mitcham War

    The bloody episode in the early 1890s that came to be called the Mitcham War was prompted by complex...
  • Mitchell Dam and Lake

    Mitchell Lake and Dam are located in Coosa and Chilton counties on the Coosa River. The dam was constructed...
  • Arthur Wergs Mitchell

    Alabama-born educator and politician Arthur W. Mitchell (1883-1968) was the only African American representative...
  • Jake Mitchell (Marengo Jake)

    Jake Mitchell (ca. 1840-ca. 1900) was one of Alabama's most talented and imaginative storytellers....
  • Mobile

    Founded by the French in 1702, Mobile is Alabama's oldest city and a major port facility for the...
  • Mobile Botanical Gardens

    The Mobile Botanical Gardens in the Parkhill neighborhood of west Mobile, Mobile County, features forest trails, a longleaf pine grove,…
  • Mobile Bread Riot

    The Mobile Bread Riot, which occurred on September 4, 1863, during the Civil War, was the result of rising...
  • Mobile County

    Located in the extreme southwest corner of the state, Mobile County is home to Alabama's only seaport...

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