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    Donna J. Siebenthaler
    Barbour County
    Located in southeast Alabama along the Alabama-Georgia border, Barbour County was home to six Alabama...
    Hale County
    Located in the west-central part of the state in Alabama's Black Belt, the area that now constitutes...
    Henry County
    Located in the southeastern part of the state, Henry County is known as the Cradle of the Wiregrass because...
    Houston County
    Located in the southeastern part of Alabama, Houston County is in the heart of the state's Wiregrass...
    Jackson County
    Located in the extreme northeast corner of the state, Jackson County is home to Russell Cave, an important...
    Jefferson County
    Located in the north-central part of Alabama, Jefferson County is the most populous county in Alabama....
    Lamar County
    Located in the northwest part of the state, Lamar County was created during Reconstruction and underwent...
    Lauderdale County
    Located in northwest Alabama, Lauderdale County was home to W. C. Handy, sometimes referred to as the...
    Lawrence County
    Located in northwest Alabama, Lawrence County was the birthplace and boyhood home of Olympian Jesse Owens...
    Lee County
    Located in east-central Alabama, Lee County was home to two Alabama governors: William J. Samford and...
    Limestone County
    The site of numerous Civil War skirmishes, Limestone County is located in the northwest part of the state...
    Lowndes County
    Part of Alabama's Black Belt, Lowndes County is located in the south-central part of the state....
    Macon County
    Located in the east-central part of the state, Macon County is home to famed Tuskegee University, founded...
    Marengo County
    Located in the west-central region of the state, Marengo County is part of Alabama's Black Belt...
    Marion County
    Located in the northwest part of the state, Marion County is the birthplace of the Country Music Hall...
    Marshall County
    Located in the northeast part of the state, Marshall County lies between the major metropolitan centers...
    Monroe County
    Located in the southwest part of the state, Monroe County is known as the literary capital of Alabama...
    Morgan County
    Located in the north-central part of the state, Morgan County was once home to Mae Jemison, the first...
    Perry County
    Located in the west-central part of the state, Perry County is part of Alabama's Black Belt region....
    Pickens County
    Located in the west-central part of the state, Pickens County is a rural county of timbered uplands to...
    Pike County
    Located in the southeast part of the state, Pike County is home to Troy University, which has campuses...
    Randolph County
    Located in the east central part of the state, Randolph County was the home of Ella Gaunt Smith (1868-1932),...
    Russell County
    Located in the southeastern part of the state, Russell County is known as "The County of Forts," because...
    St. Clair County
    Located in the north-central part of the state, St. Clair County is among Alabama's fastest growing...
    Sumter County
    Home to one of the South's oldest covered bridges, Sumter County is located in the west-central...
    Talladega County
    Located near the geographic center of the state in the Coosa River Valley, Talladega County is home to...
    Tallapoosa County
    Located in east-central Alabama, Tallapoosa County is home to Horseshoe Bend Military Park, site of the...
    Tuscaloosa County
    Located in the west-central part of the state and home to the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa County...
    Walker County
    The city of Jasper in Walker County was the childhood home of actor George Lindsey, best known for his...
    Washington County
    Washington County is the oldest established county in the state of Alabama, and originally included much...
    Wilcox County
    Located in the southwestern part of the state, Wilcox County is home to the nationally renowned Gee's...
    Winston County
    Located in the northwest part of Alabama, Winston County is a mountainous county that supported Unionism...
    Daniel J. Simone
    Allison Family
    The Allisons are one of American auto racing's most famous families. Brothers Bobby and Donnie and...
    John S. Sledge
    Church Street Graveyard
    Church Street Graveyard, Mobile's oldest existing cemetery, opened in 1820 and officially closed...
    Magnolia Cemetery
    The largest and second-oldest historic cemetery in Mobile, Magnolia is noteworthy for its fraternal and...
    Elizabeth Sloan-Ragland
    Alabama A&M University (AAMU)
    Since its founding in 1875 by an ex-slave in Huntsville, Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University...
    Everett Smith
    Mobile-Tensaw Delta
    Directly north of Alabama's Mobile Bay, within a broad river valley that leads northward to the...
    Ron Smith
    Boll Weevil in Alabama
    The insect known as the boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis) decimated the cotton-based agriculture in Alabama...
    Shelley Smith
    Snead State Community College
    Dating from 1898, Snead State Community College in Boaz, Marshall County, is the oldest school in Alabama's...
    Kay Smith-Foster
    Gadsden State Community College
    Gadsden State Community College is a public community college headquartered in Gadsden, Etowah County...
    Christina Snyder
    Second Treaty of Washington (1826)
    The 1826 Treaty of Washington between the United States and the Creek Nation replaced the fraudulent...
    Treaty of Indian Springs (1825)
    This treaty between the federal government, represented by commissioners Duncan Campbell and James Meriwether,...
    Carrie Spell
    Faye Gibbons
    Faye Gibbons (1938- ) is a writer of children's picture books and young adult novels that focus...
    Gail Godwin
    Novelist Gail Godwin (1937- ) has often been labeled as a feminist and Southern writer for her portrayals...
     Narrative of James Williams 
     Narrative of James Wi lliams, an American Slave, who was for Several Years a Driver on a Cotton Plantation in Alabama...
    Ann Waldron
    Author Ann Waldron (1924-2010) wrote in a number of genres, including children's books, biographies,...