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  • Tina Spencer Dreisbach
    Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton

    Willie Mae Thornton (1926-1984) was an influential African American blues singer and songwriter whose...
  • Tina Spencer Dreisbach
    Nat "King" Cole

    Nat "King" Cole (1919-1965) was a leading figure in American popular music in the 1940s and 1950s. A...
  • Noah D. Drezner
    Miles College

    Miles College, located in Fairfield, Jefferson County, was founded by the Colored Methodist Episcopal...
  • John DuPree
    William Henry Sheppard

    William Henry Sheppard Jr. (1865-1927) was a pastor and missionary, social worker, explorer, ...
  • Nancy DuPree
    William Henry Sheppard

    William Henry Sheppard Jr. (1865-1927) was a pastor and missionary, social worker, explorer, ...
  • Nancy DuPree
    Denson Edition of The Sacred Harp

    The Denson Edition of The Sacred Harp (1991)—the "Denson Book" as it is generally called—is the most widely...
  • Nancy DuPree
    Stillman College

    Stillman College, in Tuscaloosa, is a four-year liberal arts college offering bachelor's degrees...
  • Robert DuPree
    Denson Edition of The Sacred Harp

    The Denson Edition of The Sacred Harp (1991)—the "Denson Book" as it is generally called—is the most widely...
  • Robert DuPree
    Stillman College

    Stillman College, in Tuscaloosa, is a four-year liberal arts college offering bachelor's degrees...
  • Marty Dubey
    J. F. Drake State Technical College

    Drake State Technical College in Huntsville, Madison County, was established in 1961 as the Huntsville...

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