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M : 55 Authors Found

    Jacqueline Anderson Matte
    MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians
    The MOWA band of Choctaw Indians occupies an area in south Washington County and north Mobile County...
    John Mayfield
    Reuben Chapman (1847-49)
    Reuben Chapman (1799-1882) was the 13th governor of Alabama, serving from 1847 to 1849. A state legislator...
    Cynthia A. McCall
    Horses in Alabama
    Horses were an essential part of the early settlement of Alabama, providing labor, transportation, and...
    Mary Jane McDaniel
    Arthur P. Bagby (1837-41)
    Arthur P. Bagby (1794-1858) was Alabama's governor from 1837-41. A lawyer and powerful state legislator,...
    Hugh McVay (1837)
    In the summer of 1837, Hugh McVay (1766-1851) began his brief career as governor by a one-vote stroke...
    Samuel B. Moore (1831)
    Samuel B. Moore (1789-1846) served as Alabama governor from March to November 1831 and presided over...
    Edward A. O'Neal (1882-86)
    Edward Asbury O'Neal (1818-1890) continued the line of pro-secession, faithful Confederate, Bourbon...
    Deborah Kuhn McGregor
    J. Marion Sims
    J. Marion Sims (1813-1883) practiced medicine in central Alabama from 1835 to 1849. He is often credited...
    C. William McKee
    Fran McKee
    Alabama native Fran McKee (1926-2002) became the first woman unrestricted line officer in American history...
    Henry M. McKiven Jr.
    John Gill Shorter (1861-63)
    John Gill Shorter (1818–1872) won the gubernatorial election of 1861 just as Civil War hardships...
    United Mine Workers in Alabama
    Organizations representing miners' interests first appeared in the Birmingham District in the 1870s,...
    Thomas Hill Watts (1863-65)
    Thomas Hill Watts (1819-1892) was Alabama's eighteenth governor. His career in Alabama politics...
    John Phil McLaney
    Octagon House
    The Octagon House, also known as the Petty-Roberts House, is a historic home in Clayton, Barbour County...
    Tryan L. McMickens
    Concordia College Alabama
    Located in Selma, Dallas County, Concordia College Alabama (formerly Concordia College Selma) is a historically...
    Norman McMillan
    Truman Capote
    World-renowned author and popular-culture icon Truman Capote (1924-1984) was born in New Orleans and...