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F : 31 Authors Found

    Michael W. Fitzgerald
    Congressional Reconstruction in Alabama
    Congressional Reconstruction was the period after the Civil War in which the federal government enacted...
    Robert Burns Lindsay (1870-72)
    Robert Lindsay (1824-1902) faced unprecedented difficulties as the first Democratic governor of Alabama...
    Presidential Reconstruction in Alabama
    Presidential Reconstruction is the general term for the political and societal changes that began taking...
    Reconstruction in Alabama
    Reconstruction is the general term for the process of political and social realignments and readjustments...
    William Hugh Smith (1868-1870)
    The state's first Republican governor elected under the terms of military reconstruction, William...
    Wager T. Swayne
    General Wager T. Swayne (1834-1902), often referred to as Alabama's military governor, never formally...
    Union League of Alabama
    The Union League, or Loyal League, was founded to promote the northern cause and the Republicans during...
    Kathy Flanders
    Imported Fire Ants
    The distinctive earthen mounds that mark the nests of imported fire ants are a fixture in the Alabama...
    Michael A. Flannery
    Charles T. Mohr
    Charles T. Mohr (1824-1901) was a chemist, pharmacist, pharmaceutical manufacturer, botanist, and geologist...
    Luther Terry
    Luther Terry (1911-1985) served as United States Surgeon General in the 1960s. He led a successful public...
    Sean Flynt
    Lee and Susannah Compere
    English missionaries Lee (1790-1871) and Susannah (ca. 1797-1833) Compere arrived in Alabama in 1822...
    Samford University
    Samford University was founded by Baptists as Howard College in Marion, Perry County, in 1841. Located...
    Wayne Flynt
    Alabama
    Both in physical size and in population, Alabama has typically ranked near the middle of the 50 American...
    David Bibb Graves (1927-31, 1935-39)
    David Bibb Graves (1873-1942) was one of Alabama's most important governors, serving during critical...
    Harold Eugene Martin
    Harold Eugene Martin (1923-2007) was a distinguished Alabama journalist, businessman, and Baptist layman...
    Poverty in Alabama
    Since the Civil War, Alabama has been one of the nation's poorest states. In the 2000 U.S. Census,...
    Religion in Alabama
    Alabama is a state in which 90 percent of its citizens profess belief in God and an overwhelming majority...
    Southern Baptists in Alabama
    The Southern Baptist denomination is the largest in Alabama. In 2006, more than 1.1 million Alabamians...
     To Kill A Mockingbird 
    By almost any measurement, To Kill A Mockingbird is the most important novel ever authored by a native...
    Jennifer Fondren
    History Museum of Mobile
    The History Museum of Mobile houses and interprets 300 years of Mobile history through numerous exhibits...
    H. Thomas Foster II
    Fort Apalachicola
    During the seventeenth century, Spain, France, and England were competing over control over territory...
    Benjamin Hawkins
    Administrator of the U.S. government's plan of civilization, Benjamin Hawkins (1754-1816) was the...
    Amy E. Foster
    U.S. Space & Rocket Center
    The U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville serves as the state's museum and archive dedicated...
    Ralph Foster
    Alabama Department of Commerce
    Since its establishment in 1969, the Alabama Department of Commerce (DOC—formerly the Alabama Development...
    Luther Leonidas Hill Jr.
    Luther Leonidas Hill Jr. (1862-1946) was a prominent Alabama physician and pioneering surgeon during...
    Miriam Rogers Fowler
    Giuseppe Moretti
    Giuseppe Moretti (1857-1935), an Italian-born classical sculptor, made an extraordinary impact on the...
    New South School and Gallery
    Founded in 1938, the New South School and Gallery was an important showcase for Social Realist painting...
    Myrtice West
    Myrtice Snead West (1923-2010) is among the category of artists who are best described as self-taught....