Author Index - W

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W : 49 Authors Found

    B. Dwain Waldrep
    J. J. D. Renfroe
    J. J. D. Renfroe (1830-1888), a mostly self-educated Southern Baptist minister, rose to prominence in...
    Southeastern Bible College
    Southeastern Bible College (SBC) is a four-year, nondenominational, evangelical institution located just...
    Sue Brannan Walker
    Edward O. Wilson
    Edward Osborne Wilson (1929- )—naturalist, environmentalist, ecologist, entomologist, humanist—is...
    Jennifer Walker-Journey
    National Peanut Festival
    The National Peanut Festival, held each fall in Dothan, Houston County, celebrates the harvest season...
    W. Jason Wallace
    Mother Angelica
    Mother Angelica (1923- ), a Franciscan nun, is the founder of the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN),...
    Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN)
    The Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) is an international broadcasting corporation that provides...
    Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)
    The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) was founded on December 4, 1973, in Birmingham, after 260 congregations...
    Gail Waller
    Idora McClellan Moore
    Idora McClellan Moore (1843-1929) was a founding member of the Alabama Writers' Conclave; she published...
    Jeff Wanser
    Erskine Hawkins
    Musician and Birmingham native Erskine Hawkins (1914-1993) was a prominent African American trumpeter,...
    Thomas J. Ward Jr.
    Black Hospital Movement in Alabama
    In Alabama, as in the rest of the segregated Jim Crow South, African Americans were barred from working...
    Michael Ward
    Panic of 1819
    The Panic of 1819 was the first significant economic crisis in the United States and led to failed banks...
    Robert David Ward
    Banner Mine Tragedy of 1911
    At precisely 6:30 in the morning on April 8, 1911, an explosion rocked the Banner Coal Mine, the pride...
    Rufus W. Cobb (1878-82)
    Rufus W. Cobb (1829-1913) was Alabama's governor from 1878-82. A lawyer and businessman, Cobb was...
    Thomas Seay (1886-90)
    Thomas Seay (1846-1896) was Alabama's governor from 1886 to 1890, years when frustration at Bourbon...
    Billy R. Warren
    Alabama Renaissance Faire
    First held in 1987, the official Alabama Renaissance Faire in Florence, Lauderdale County, has developed...