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H : 61 Authors Found

    Gordon Harvey
    Albert P. Brewer (1968-71)
    In May 1968, Lieutenant Governor Albert Brewer (1928- ) assumed the governorship when Governor Lurleen...
    Nannie Doss
    Gleeful serial killer Nancy "Nannie Doss" Hazle was known alternately as the Giggling Granny, the Giggling...
    Polly Holliday
    Walker County native Polly Dean Holliday (1937- ) is a highly successful actress and 1970s popular culture...
    Public Education During the Civil War and Reconstruction Era
    Public education in Alabama virtually ceased during the long Civil War. In the early days of the conflict,...
    Public Education in Alabama After Desegregation
    The end of segregated schools in the South, and in Alabama, was supposed to take place in 1954 with the...
    Public Education in Antebellum Alabama
    Education during Alabama's antebellum era could best be described as haphazard, with a few notable...
    Public Education in Colonial and Territorial Alabama
    Public education in Alabama has largely been a story of indifference, segregation, racism, and underfunding....
    Public Education in the Early Twentieth Century
    As political power in Alabama returned to the hands of the white elite after Reconstruction, education...
    Michael Rooker
    Actor Michael Rooker (1955- ) has appeared in more than 100 television and film productions, playing...
    Jonathan H. Harwell
    Quakers in Alabama
    Quakers, also known as the Society of Friends, have been a presence in Alabama since the 1850s. Prior...
    Daniel L. Haulman
    Charles A. Anderson
    Charles Alfred "Chief" Anderson Sr. (1907-1996) is best known as the lead flight instructor of the civilian...
    Tuskegee Airmen
    The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African American pilots in U.S. military service, and the only ones...
    Daniel Haulman
    Charles A. Anderson
    Charles Alfred "Chief" Anderson Sr. (1907-1996) is best known as the lead flight instructor of the civilian...
    Daniel "Chappie" James
    Daniel "Chappie" James Jr. (1920-1978) learned to fly at Tuskegee Institute and trained other pilots...
    Tuskegee Airmen
    The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African American pilots in U.S. military service, and the only ones...
    Christopher Haveman
    Creek Indian Removal
    The Creek Nation was once one of the largest and most powerful Indian groups in the Southeast. At their...
    Opothle Yoholo
    Opothle Yoholo (ca. 1798?-1863) was a chief of the Tuckabatchee Creeks and served as a leader of the...
    Jack Hawkins Jr.
    Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind (AIDB)
    The Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind (AIDB), headquartered in Talladega, has provided education...
    Al Head
    Alabama State Council on the Arts (ASCA)
    The Alabama State Council on the Arts (ASCA) is the state's official arts agency. The organization...
    Aileen Kilgore Henderson
    Eugene Allen Smith
    Eugene Allen Smith (1841-1927) was a professor, geologist, and naturalist who traveled by mule-drawn...
    Mary Ellen Hendrix
    C. Harry Knowles
    Inventor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist C. Harry Knowles (1928- ) holds more than 400 U.S. patents...
    Ann Henley
    Sara Haardt
    During her brief life, Sara Haardt (1898-1935) produced a novel, a movie script, scores of newspaper...