Author Index - J

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J : 22 Authors Found

    David Johnson
    Alabama Music Hall of Fame (AMHOF)
    Located in Tuscumbia, Colbert County, the Alabama Music Hall of Fame (AMHOF) pays tribute to the many...
    Kenny Johnson
    Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR)
    The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) is the state agency responsible...
    Randy Johnson
    Lighthouses of Alabama
    Alabama's lighthouses, located exclusively in and around Mobile Bay, guided ships in and out of...
    Dorothy Joiner
    Dale Kennington
    Artist Dale Kennington (1935- ) has made Alabama her home for more than 60 years and has honed her artistic...
    Harry M. Joiner
     The New York Times v. Sullivan 
    The New York Times v. Sullivan  (376 U.S. 254 [1964]) was an important U.S. Supreme Court decision guaranteeing...
    James L. Jolly Jr.
    John Gorman Barr
    Humorist John Gorman Barr (1823-1858) wrote in the Old Southwest tradition of his contemporaries and...
    Peggy B. Jolly
    Caroline Lawson Ivey
    Caroline Lawson Ivey (1912-1972), a lifelong resident of Smiths Station, Lee County, combined observation...
    Elise Ayers Sanguinetti
    Edel Elise Ayers Sanguinetti (1926- ) is a novelist and journalist from Alabama who tried to counter...
    Emma Gelders Sterne
    Emma Gelders Sterne (1894-1971) is best known for her "All About" children's books, three of which...
    Allen W. Jones
    Thomas Monroe Campbell
    Thomas Monroe Campbell (1883-1956) was a pioneer in the fields of agricultural education and extension...
    L. Bellee Jones
    Andrew Hudgins
    Andrew Leon Hudgins Jr. (1951- ) is a critically acclaimed poet whose work is permeated with the images,...
    Tina Naremore Jones
    Adele "Vera" Hall Ward
    Adele "Vera" Hall (1902-1964) is considered by many music fans to be the foremost singer of the blues...
    Ruby Pickens Tartt
    One of the foremost chroniclers of folklore, folk music, and slave narratives in rural Alabama, Ruby...
    University of West Alabama (UWA)
    For more than 170 years, the University of West Alabama (UWA) has served not only as a center for teacher...