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People Index

  • Hugh McVay (1837)

    In the summer of 1837, Hugh McVay (1766-1851) began his brief career as governor by a one-vote stroke...
  • Alexander B. Meek

    Alexander Beaufort Meek (1814-1865) was a poet, historian, orator, attorney, public official, and journalist,...
  • Menawa

    Menawa was one of the most famous Creek Indians of the nineteenth century. He is best known for his leadership...
  • Nina Miglionico

    Nina Miglionico (1913–2009) was an early activist for women's rights and to date is the longest-practicing...
  • Benjamin Meek Miller (1931-35)

    Benjamin Meek Miller (1864-1944) served as governor of Alabama during the worst years of the Great Depression....
  • Arthur Wergs Mitchell

    Alabama-born educator and politician Arthur W. Mitchell (1883-1968) was the only African American representative...
  • Jake Mitchell (Marengo Jake)

    Jake Mitchell (ca. 1840-ca. 1900) was one of Alabama's most talented and imaginative storytellers....
  • Samuel Mockbee

    Auburn University (AU) architect and professor Samuel Mockbee (1944-2001) was the driving force behind...
  • Ida Vines Moffett

    Always dressed in her traditional white uniform, including her cap and her 1926 School of Nursing class...
  • Charles T. Mohr

    Charles T. Mohr (1824-1901) was a chemist, pharmacist, pharmaceutical manufacturer, botanist, and geologist...

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