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  • Bill Rambo
    Confederate Memorial Park

    In 1964, Confederate Memorial Park was established in Chilton County on the site of the state-run Confederate...
  • Rochelle Ramga
    John Pelham

    John Pelham (1838-1863) of Alabama was one of the most noted Confederate artillery officers of the American...
  • John N. Randolph
    Mary Ivy Burks

    Mary Ivy Burks (1920-2007) was a leading force behind the founding of the Alabama Conservancy (now the...
  • Marilyn Raney
    Ruffner Mountain Nature Center

    Located in eastern Jefferson County, straddling the border between Birmingham and Irondale, Ruffner Mountain...
  • Thomas V. Ress
    Wind Creek State Park

    Wind Creek State Park is located on 1,445 acres along the shoreline of Lake Martin near Alexander City...
  • Thomas V. Ress
    Frank Jackson State Park

    Frank Jackson State Park is located one mile from the town of Opp in Covington County. The park's...
  • Thomas V. Ress
    Cathedral Caverns State Park

    Cathedral Caverns State Park is located near the town of Grant, in northeastern Marshall County. Although...
  • Thomas V. Ress
    Roland Cooper State Park

    Roland Cooper State Park is located in Wilcox County, six miles northeast of the town of Camden. The...
  • Thomas V. Ress
    National Wildlife Refuges

    Alabama is home to 11 national wildlife refuges (NWR) that, when taken in total, represent a cross-section...
  • Thomas V. Ress
    Meaher State Park

    Named after John Meaher, a noted Alabama steamboat operator during the nineteenth century, Meaher State...

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