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  • Bill Dahl
    Eddie Kendricks

    Eddie Kendricks (1939-1992) was the first lead tenor for the Temptations, one of the most popular rhythm...
  • Joseph W. Danielson
    John Basil Turchin

    John Basil Turchin (1822-1901) was a Union officer during the Civil War. He is best remembered for commanding...
  • Joseph W. Danielson
    Christopher Sheats

    As Winston County's representative to Alabama's secession convention in January 1861, Christopher...
  • Joseph W. Danielson
    Jeremiah Clemens

    Jeremiah Clemens (1814-1865) was a politician, soldier, author, and delegate for Madison County to Alabama's...
  • Craig Darch
    Mel Rosen

    Mel Rosen (1928- ) came to Auburn University in the fall of 1955 as an assistant track coach. By the...
  • L. J. Davenport
    Tulotoma Snail

    Tulotoma magnifica is a live-bearing freshwater snail that was first discovered in Alabama in 1834. It...
  • L. J. Davenport
    Alabama Croton

    The Alabama Croton is a semi-evergreen woodland shrub found only in Bibb and Tuscaloosa counties of central...
  • L. J. Davenport
    Asplenium Tutwilerae

    Tutwiler's spleenwort, Asplenium tutwilerae , is one of the world's rarest ferns, being known only from...
  • L. J. Davenport
    Neviusia

    Commonly called snow-wreath, Neviusia alabamensis is a member of the Rosaceae or rose family of plants...
  • L. J. Davenport
    Endangered and Threatened Plants of Alabama

    The state of Alabama is much celebrated for its biodiversity, ranking fourth in the United States (after...

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