Author Index - H

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H : 59 Authors Found

    Stefanie Haba
    Freshwater Invertebrates
    Freshwater invertebrates make up an overwhelming amount of Alabama's biodiversity. The most commonly...
    Theodore Haddin
    Andrew Glaze
    Andrew Glaze's (1920- ) early life in Alabama inspired him to write some of the best poems to come...
    John H. Hafner
    Mary McNeil Fenollosa
    Mary McNeil Fenollosa (1865-1954), publishing primarily under the pseudonym Sidney McCall, was a popular...
    Thomas M. Haggerty
    Birds of Alabama
    Few states can match Alabama's rich diversity of birds. Their songs, colors and habits enrich our...
    Thomas Chase Hagood
    Territorial Period and Early Statehood
    The early history of Alabama as a territory and a state was marked by an increasing number of Americans...
    Steven C. Hahn
    Creeks in Alabama
    A confederacy of a number of cultural groups, the Creeks, now known as the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, played...
    James E. Hairston
    Water Resources in Alabama
    Freshwater is one of Alabama's greatest assets. The state's many rivers and streams and abundant...
    James C. Hall
    Ellen Tarry
    Author Ellen Tarry (1906-2008) was born and raised in Birmingham, and got her start as a writer working...
    John C. Hall
    Alabama Museum of Natural History
    Located on the University of Alabama (UA) campus, the Alabama Museum of Natural History is one of the...
    Canebrakes
    Until the early nineteenth century, the canebrake ecosystem covered large portions of Alabama's...
    Hodges Meteorite Strike (Sylacauga Aerolite)
    On November 30, 1954, a meteorite crashed through the roof of a home in a then-unincorporated area near...
    Rosa Newman Hall
    Native American Foods
    When Europeans first began to arrive in North America in about 1500, Native Americans in the Southeast...