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Author Index

  • Genevieve Baird Lacer
    Edward Troye

    Edward Troye (1808-1874), nineteenth-century North America's first important portrait and landscape...
  • Jessica Lacher-Feldman
    Lionel Hampton

    Renowned musician Lionel Hampton (1908-2002) was perhaps the world's best-known jazz vibraphone...
  • Jessica Lacher-Feldman
    Lionel Richie

    Musician and composer Lionel Richie (1949- ) is an internationally known and respected performer. His...
  • Jessica Lacher-Feldman
    William March

    William March (1893-1954) was a decorated combat veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps in the First World...
  • Angela Lakwete
    Antebellum Industrialization

    Manufacturing represented a small but expanding sector of Alabama's economy in the antebellum period....
  • Angela Lakwete
    Fones McCarthy

    A New Yorker by birth and a machinist by trade, Fones McCarthy (born 1800 or 1807) patented an innovative...
  • Jennifer Lane
    Huntsville Museum of Art (HMA)

    The Huntsville Museum of Art (HMA), located in downtown Huntsville, Madison County, focuses primarily...
  • Christopher Lang
    Watercress Production

    Although never a major cash crop, watercress was an important commodity in Alabama during the first half...
  • James Langcuster
    Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES)

    The Alabama Extension Service was formed in 1915 to teach practical and technical skills to farmers and...
  • Jeffrey J. Lange
    Louvin Brothers

    Charlie (1927-2011) and Ira (1924-1965) Loudermilk, better known as the Louvin Brothers, formed a key...

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