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  • Claire M. Wilson
    Ozark

    Ozark is the seat of Dale County and is located in the southeast corner of Alabama in the region of the...
  • Claire M. Wilson
    Rube Burrow

    Like the more famous Jesse James, outlaw and Lamar County native Rube Burrow (ca. 1856-1890) headed a...
  • Claire M. Wilson
    Horseshoe Bend National Military Park

    Horseshoe Bend National Military Park was established to preserve the site of the Battle of Horseshoe ...
  • Claire Wilson
    Thornton Dial

    Thornton Dial (1928-2016) was an internationally recognized artist who worked primarily in the …
  • Claire Wilson
    Kay Hire

    Mobile native Kay Hire (1959- ) is an engineer and educator and former naval aviator and …
  • Claire M. Wilson
    Nell Carter

    Birmingham native Nell Carter (1948-2003) first came to public attention as a Broadway performer, but ...
  • Claire Wilson
    Tammy Wynette

    Known at the "First Lady of Country Music," Grammy Award-winning Tammy Wynette (1942-1998) was …
  • Claire M. Wilson
    Fayette

    Fayette is the seat of Fayette County and was originally named LaFayette in honor of Revolutionary War...
  • Eugene M. Wilson
    Folk Buildings

    Folk buildings—constructed from local materials—are the oldest types of structures still...
  • James Wilson
    J. F. Ingram State Technical College

    J. F. Ingram State Technical College, located in Deatsville, Elmore County, was established by the Alabama...

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