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  • CSS Alabama

    Built in England and manned by an English crew with Confederate officers, the CSS Alabama ...
  • CSS Huntsville

    The CSS Huntsville was a Confederate ironclad named for the city of Huntsville, Madison County. It served...
  • CSS Nashville

    The CSS Nashville, built in Montgomery, Alabama, was one of the last ironclads constructed by the Confederacy...
  • CSS Tuscaloosa

    During the American Civil War, the Confederate Navy named two warships after the city of Tuscaloosa,...
  • William J. Cabaniss Jr.

    William J. Cabaniss Jr. (1938- ) served as U.S. ambassador to the Czech Republic from 2004 to 2006. Prior...
  • Ottokar Cadek

    Violinist, conductor, and teacher Ottokar Cadek (1897-1956) contributed significantly to promoting...
  • Mary Lee Cagle

    Alabama-born Mary Lee Cagle (1864-1955) was the central figure in a large circle of southern female holiness...
  • Cahaba

    There is little that remains of the government buildings, businesses, and residences that once made up...
  • Cahaba Federal Prison

    Cahaba Federal Prison was a Civil War prisoner of war (POW) camp located at Cahaba, Dallas County, at...
  • Cahaba Lily

    The Cahaba lily ( Hymenocallis coronaria ) is an aquatic flowering plant native to the major river systems...

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