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  • Thomas J. Ward Jr.
    Black Hospital Movement in Alabama

    In Alabama, as in the rest of the segregated Jim Crow South, African Americans were barred from working...
  • Michael Ward
    Panic of 1819

    The Panic of 1819 was the first significant economic crisis in the United States and led to failed banks...
  • Robert David Ward
    Thomas Seay (1886-90)

    Thomas Seay (1846-1896) was Alabama's governor from 1886 to 1890, years when frustration at Bourbon...
  • Robert David Ward
    Banner Mine Tragedy of 1911

    At precisely 6:30 in the morning on April 8, 1911, an explosion rocked the Banner Coal Mine, the pride...
  • Robert David Ward
    Rufus W. Cobb (1878-82)

    Rufus W. Cobb (1829-1913) was Alabama's governor from 1878-82. A lawyer and businessman, Cobb was...
  • Billy R. Warren
    Alabama Renaissance Faire

    First held in 1987, the official Alabama Renaissance Faire in Florence, Lauderdale County, has developed...
  • Danielle N. Warren
    Reuben F. Kolb

    Reuben Francis Kolb Sr. (1839-1918) was one of Alabama's leading agricultural spokesmen and planters....
  • Sarah A. Warren
    Constitutional Convention of 1901

    Called primarily to establish white supremacy by disfranchising blacks, the Constitutional Convention...
  • Gregory A. Waselkov
    Fort Mims Battle and Massacre

    On August 30, 1813, a force of about 700 Creek Indians destroyed Fort Mims, in present-day Baldwin County...
  • Mollie Smith Waters
    Francis Bartow Lloyd

    Francis Bartow Lloyd (1861-1897) is remembered primarily for Sketches of Country Life: Humor, Wisdom, and Pathos from the "Sage of Rocky Creek ...

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