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  • Joey Brackner
    Miller's Pottery

    Miller's Pottery, located in Brent, Bibb County, is one of the few remaining traditional potteries ...
  • Joey Brackner
    Alabama Center for Traditional Culture (ACTC)

    The Alabama Center for Traditional Culture (ACTC) is a division of the Montgomery-based Alabama State...
  • Eve Brantley
    Water Resources in Alabama

    Freshwater is one of Alabama's greatest assets. The state's many rivers and streams and abundant...
  • Kathryn Braund
    William Weatherford

    William Weatherford (ca. 1781-1824), arguably the best known Red Stick war leader in the Creek War of...
  • Kathryn Braund
    Bernard Romans

    Surveyor, artist, naturalist, and author Bernard Romans (ca. 1720-ca. 1783) recorded Alabama's coastline...
  • Kathryn Braund
    Menawa

    Menawa was one of the most famous Creek Indians of the nineteenth century. He is best known for his leadership...
  • Kathryn Braund
    James Adair

    James Adair (ca. 1709-ca. 1775) authored what is arguably the most significant eighteenth-century work...
  • Kathryn Braund
    Battle of Holy Ground

    The Battle of Holy Ground, which took place on December 23, 1813, was a major battle in Creek War of ...
  • Kathryn Braund
    Creek War of 1813-14

    The Creek War of 1813-14 began as a civil war, largely centered among the Upper Creeks, whose towns were...
  • Michael A. Breedlove
    Donald Comer

    Donald Comer (1877-1963) was long-time president and chairman of the board of Avondale Mills, operated...

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