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D : 51 Authors Found

    Noah D. Drezner
    Miles College
    Miles College, located in Fairfield, Jefferson County, was founded by the Colored Methodist Episcopal...
    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...
    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...
    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...
    Ashley Dumas
    Woodland Period
    The Woodland period in Alabama was characterized by increasing cultural complexity and population growth...
    Andrew J. Dunar
    Jupiter C
    The Jupiter C was a liquid-fuel rocket developed by the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) in Huntsville...
    Marshall Space Flight Center
    George C. Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) has been the heart of the U.S. space program since its...
    R. Scot Duncan
    Biodiversity in Alabama
    Alabama is one of the most biologically diverse states in the United States, and with regard to some...
    Rebecca Mears Duncan
    Patricia Foster
    Award-winning author Patricia Foster (1948- ) is recognized primarily for her two memoirs, All the Lost Girls: Confessions of a Southern Daughter...
    Viola Goode Liddell
    A resident of Alabama's Black Belt for nearly all of her life, Viola Goode Liddell (1901-1998) recounted...
    Judith Hillman Paterson
    Judith Hillman Paterson (1936- ), a native of Montgomery, Montgomery County, is known primarily for her...
    Robert Andrew Dunn
    Howell Raines
    Journalist Howell Raines's (1943- ) career took him from a position as a local Birmingham reporter...
    Stand in the Schoolhouse Door
    The "stand in the schoolhouse door" incident was Alabama Governor George Wallace's symbolic opposition...
    Mose Tolliver
    Celebrated folk artist Mose Ernest Tolliver (ca. 1920-2006) was one of the most well-known and well-regarded...
    Daniel S. Dupre
    Thomas Bibb (1820-21)
    Although Thomas Bibb (ca. 1783-1839), Alabama's second governor, followed his brother William Wyatt...
    William Wyatt Bibb (1819-20)
    Like many others in the early nineteenth century, William Wyatt Bibb (1781-1820) came to the frontier...
    Israel Pickens (1821-25)
    Israel Pickens (1780-1827) was an established politician who migrated to Alabama in search of greater...