Author Index - O

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O : 12 Authors Found

    Greg O'Brien
    Chickasaws in Alabama
    Although the Chickasaw Nation was primarily located in present-day Mississippi prior to removal, their...
    Choctaws in Alabama
    The Choctaw Indians once lay claim to millions of acres of land and established some 50 towns in present-day...
    Pushmataha
    Pushmataha is perhaps the best-known Choctaw leader of the nineteenth century. He is most famous for...
    Southeastern Indians and the American Revolution
    Southeastern Indians participated in the American Revolution for a variety of reasons and with varying...
    Albert Stein
    Albert Stein (1785-1874), who resided in Spring Hill near Mobile, Mobile County, for the last three decades...
    Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek (1830)
    The Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek was agreed upon in September 1830 between representatives of the ...
    John O'Brien
    James G. Birney
    James Gillespie Birney (1792–1857) was a major voice in the abolitionist movement of the nineteenth...
    Patrick E. O'Neil
    River Systems and Watersheds of Alabama
    Alabama's river drainages and abundant water resources are one of the state's most distinctive...
    Chris Oberholster
    Endangered and Threatened Plants of Alabama
    The state of Alabama is much celebrated for its biodiversity, ranking fourth in the United States (after...
    Mary Ann Oglesby Neeley
    Montgomery
    Located in the heart of central Alabama, the city of Montgomery holds a strategic place in state, national,...
    J. Fred Olive III
    Mary Anderson
    Alabama native Mary Anderson (1866-1953) is credited with inventing the first operational windshield...
    Hunter C. Haynes
    Hunter C. Haynes (1867-1918) was at various times in his life a barber, inventor, manufacturer, motion...
    Erskine Ramsay
    Erskine Ramsay (1864-1953) was a mining engineer, inventor, industrialist, and philanthropist. Although...
    Mervyn H. Sterne
    Mervyn Hayden Sterne (1892-1973) was a financial advisor to Alabama businesses and governmental entities...
    Martin T. Olliff
    Auburn University (AU)
    Named for the small east Alabama city in which it is located, Auburn University is the largest of the...
    World War I and Alabama
    Alabama's involvement with the United States' participation in World War I in many ways reflected...
    Peter B. Olson
    Arthur Alexander
    Rhythm and blues (R&B) singer and songwriter Arthur Alexander (1940-1993) played a significant role...
    Thomas Cain
    Alabama native Thomas Glenn Cain (1946- ) is a keyboard virtuoso, composer, and vocalist who achieved...
    Donnie Fritts
    In the 1960s and 1970s, songwriter and musician Donnie Fritts (1942- ) wrote and performed unique and...
    Eddie Hinton
    Edward C. "Eddie" Hinton (1944-1995) was a guitarist and singer-songwriter whose career spanned the most...
    Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section (MSRS)
    The Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section (MSRS) is one of America's most notable American recording-studio...
    Muscle Shoals Sound Studios
    From its establishment in 1969 by the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section (MSRS) until the mid-1980s, the Muscle...
    Spooner Oldham
    Spooner Oldham (1943- ), a keyboardist and songwriter from Center Star, Lauderdale County, continues...
    Dan Penn
    Wallace Daniel Pennington (1941- ) of Vernon, Lamar County, is a songwriter, singer, producer, and guitarist....
    Johnny Sandlin
    John Everett "Johnny" Sandlin Jr. (1945- ) of Decatur, Morgan County, has made important contributions...
    Percy Sledge
    Singer Percy Sledge (1940- ) is one of the most identifiable voices in the unique and inimitable genre...
    Sonny James (James Hugh Loden)
    Sonny James (1929- ) is a country music singer widely known by his nickname, the "Southern Gentleman."...
    James N. Ortego II
    Sonia Sanchez
    Sonia Sanchez (1934-) is a poet who was born and lived her early years in Alabama. Growing up in Alabama...
    Terry D. Oswalt
    Mike Brown
    Michael E. Brown (1965- ) is the Richard and Barbara Rosenberg Professor of Planetary Astronomy at the...