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  • William Marvel
    CSS Alabama

    Built in England and manned by an English crew with Confederate officers, the CSS Alabama ...
  • Brian Mast
    Fort Tombecbe

    Fort Tombecbe (or Tombecbee), located near present-day Epes, Sumter County, was one of three major forts...
  • Bill Mathews
    Alabama Women's Hall of Fame

    Founded in 1970, the Alabama Women's Hall of Fame (AWHOF) celebrates the lives and accomplishments...
  • Jacqueline Anderson Matte
    MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians

    The MOWA band of Choctaw Indians occupies an area in south Washington County and north Mobile County...
  • John Mayfield
    Reuben Chapman (1847-49)

    Reuben Chapman (1799-1882) was the 13th governor of Alabama, serving from 1847 to 1849. A state legislator...
  • Cynthia A. McCall
    Horses in Alabama

    Horses were an essential part of the early settlement of Alabama, providing labor, transportation, and...
  • Mary Jane McDaniel
    Hugh McVay (1837)

    In the summer of 1837, Hugh McVay (1766-1851) began his brief career as governor by a one-vote stroke...
  • Mary Jane McDaniel
    Edward A. O'Neal (1882-86)

    Edward Asbury O'Neal (1818-1890) continued the line of pro-secession, faithful Confederate, Bourbon...
  • Mary Jane McDaniel
    Samuel B. Moore (1831)

    Samuel B. Moore (1789-1846) served as Alabama governor from March to November 1831 and presided over...
  • Mary Jane McDaniel
    Arthur P. Bagby (1837-41)

    Arthur P. Bagby (1794-1858) was Alabama's governor from 1837-41. A lawyer and powerful state legislator,...

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