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Author Index

  • Rebecca Mears Duncan
    Viola Goode Liddell

    A resident of Alabama's Black Belt for nearly all of her life, Viola Goode Liddell (1901-1998) recounted...
  • Rebecca Mears Duncan
    Patricia Foster

    Award-winning author Patricia Foster (1948- ) is recognized primarily for her two memoirs, All the Lost Girls: Confessions of a Southern Daughter ...
  • Rebecca Mears Duncan
    Judith Hillman Paterson

    Judith Hillman Paterson (1936- ), a native of Montgomery, Montgomery County, is known primarily for her...
  • Robert Andrew Dunn
    Stand in the Schoolhouse Door

    The "stand in the schoolhouse door" incident was Alabama Governor George Wallace's symbolic opposition...
  • Robert Andrew Dunn
    Mose Tolliver

    Celebrated folk artist Mose Ernest Tolliver (ca. 1920-2006) was one of the most well-known and well-regarded...
  • Robert Andrew Dunn
    Howell Raines

    Journalist Howell Raines's (1943- ) career took him from a position as a local Birmingham reporter...
  • Daniel S. Dupre
    Thomas Bibb (1820-21)

    Although Thomas Bibb (ca. 1783-1839), Alabama's second governor, followed his brother William Wyatt...
  • Daniel S. Dupre
    William Wyatt Bibb (1819-20)

    Like many others in the early nineteenth century, William Wyatt Bibb (1781-1820) came to the frontier...
  • Daniel S. Dupre
    Israel Pickens (1821-25)

    Israel Pickens (1780-1827) was an established politician who migrated to Alabama in search of greater...
  • Mark Dyreson
    Jesse Owens

    Jesse Owens (1913-1980) gained lasting fame as a track and field star in college and for his four gold...

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