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H : 60 Authors Found

    Grant D. Hiatt
    Alabama Nature Center
    The Alabama Nature Center (ANC) is an outdoor environmental education facility located in Millbrook,...
    Blakeley
    In the early nineteenth century, the town of Blakeley emerged as a serious rival to Mobile as the premiere...
    Coosa River Whitewater Festival
    The Coosa River Whitewater Festival is a three-day annual event sponsored by the Coosa River Paddling...
    Edmund Pendleton Gaines
    General Edmund Pendleton Gaines (1777-1849) was an officer in the U.S. Army who worked to preserve the...
    Lowndesboro
    Lowndesboro is located in northern Lowndes County in south-central Alabama, roughly 15 miles west of...
    Phil Campbell
    Phil Campbell is located in eastern Franklin County, in northwest Alabama. It is the only municipality...
    Pine Apple
    Pine Apple is a town in eastern Wilcox County, in south-central Alabama. From the mid-1850s to the early...
    Jay Higginbotham
    Le Moyne Brothers
    Of the 14 children of Charles Le Moyne de Longueuil (1626-1685) and Catherine Thierry (1641-1690) of...
    Matthew Hild
    Greenbackism in Alabama
    The Greenback movement, also referred to as Greenbackism, was a short-lived coalition of farmers and...
    Knights of Labor in Alabama (KOL)
    During the last quarter of the nineteenth century, as many as 3 million Americans joined the Noble and...
    Populism in Alabama
    During the last three decades of the nineteenth century, farmers in Alabama and across the United States...
    Libra Hilde
    Kate Cumming
    Kate Cumming (ca. 1828-1909) was a Civil War nurse and diarist whose writings are an invaluable source...
    Sarah H. Hill
    Cherokee Indian Removal
    The removal, or forced emigration, of Cherokee Indians occurred in 1838, when the U.S. military and various...
    W. Jayson Hill
    Anniston Army Depot
    Anniston Army Depot was originally conceived as an ammunition storage site in the isolated northeast...
    Craig Field Airport and Industrial Complex (Craig Air Force Base)
    Located four miles southeast of Selma, Dallas County, Craig Field Airport and Industrial Complex was...
    Natick Class Harbor Tugs Named For Alabama Cities
    Natick class harbor tugs help to move large, unwieldy vessels safely in and out of ports. The tugs are...
    S.S. Selma 
    The S.S. Selma was an experimental oil tanker ship made from concrete during the final months of World...
    Leigh Hinton
    Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station (AAES)
    For more than 125 years, the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station (AAES) has provided scientific research...
    Bert Hitchcock
    Alabama Literature
    Alabama has a rich literary heritage and can boast of extraordinary literary activity and achievement...
    Homer Hickam
    Best known for the national bestseller Rocket Boys (1998), which became the basis for the 1999 film...
    Tom Kelly
    Tom Kelly (1927- ) is a forester and a hunter who writes non-fiction that centers on turkey hunting....
    Clifford Lanier
    Close companion and devoted benefactor of his older and better known brother, poet and musician Sidney...
    Jake Mitchell (Marengo Jake)
    Jake Mitchell (ca. 1840-ca. 1900) was one of Alabama's most talented and imaginative storytellers....
    Theodore O'Hara
    Theodore O'Hara (1820-1867) was a prominent journalist and editor of the  Mo bile Register...
    Oxford Stroud
    Native Alabamian Oxford Stroud (1924-2002) spent most of his life in the state of his birth. His local...
    Laurel Iverson Hitchcock
    Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services (ADRS)
    The Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services (ADRS) serves residents with physical, mental, and...
    Marianne C. Hitchcock
    Ann Weaver Norton
    Ann Weaver Norton (1905-1982) was an internationally known sculptor. She also wrote and illustrated three...