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C : 40 Authors Found

    John Carvalho
    Cynthia Tucker
    Monroe County native Cynthia Tucker (1955- ) is a Washington, D.C.-based columnist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution...
    Evelyn D. Causey
    Auburn
    The city of Auburn is located in Lee County in east-central Alabama at the juncture of the Piedmont and...
    Montevallo
    Montevallo, located in Shelby County in central Alabama, is home to the University of Montevallo. It...
    Joyce Cauthen
    Alabama Folklife Association (AFA)
    The Alabama Folklife Association (AFA), headquartered at the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture in...
    Benjamin Lloyd's Primitive Hymns 
     The Primitive Hymns, a hymnbook first published in 1841 in Wetumpka, Elmore County, is still in use by...
    Charlie Stripling
    Charlie Stripling (1896-1966), a fiddler born in rural West Alabama in 1896, is esteemed by musicians...
    Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention
    The Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention (TVOTFC) takes place each year on the campus of Athens...
    Clark E. Center
    William Stanley Hoole
    Author, educator, and librarian W. Stanley Hoole (1903-1990) dedicated his life to libraries and education....
    University of Alabama (UA)
    Established in 1820, the University of Alabama is one of the two largest public universities in Alabama....
    Dana Chandler
    Churches of Christ in Alabama
    The Christian community known as the Churches of Christ is made up of non-denominational, autonomous...
    Wedowee
    Wedowee ('wÿ ' dau wÿ) is a small town, population 818, located in east-central ...
    Philip L. Chaney
    Climate
    Alabama's generally warm, humid climate results from its mid-latitude location and proximity to...
    J. Thomas Chesnutt
    Agri-tourism in Alabama
    Agri-tourism, the melding of agricultural activities with tourism with the goal of attracting tourists...
    Boyd Childress
    Ruthie Bolton
    Former Auburn University basketball star Ruthie Bolton (1967- ) is one of the pioneers of women's...
    Alice Coachman
    Tuskegee Institute track star Alice Coachman (1923-2014) became the first black female athlete of any...
    Pat Sullivan
    Birmingham native Pat Sullivan (1950- ) was one of Auburn University's greatest football stars,...
    Alice S. Christenson
    Blanche Evans Dean
    Blanche Evans Dean (1892-1974) was a teacher, author, and conservationist. She was an early advocate...
    National Forests of Alabama
    Alabama's national forests are among the state's most extensive natural treasures, encompassing...
    Mahala Church
    Greek Orthodox Church in Alabama
    The Greek Orthodox Church in Alabama today has approximately 2,800 members in five parishes. The first...
    Sacred Harp National Convention
    The Sacred Harp National Convention is held in Alabama every June. More than 500 participants gather...