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  • Troy University Rosa Parks Museum

    Opened in 2000, the Troy University Rosa Parks Museum celebrates the life and legacy of civil rights...
  • Edward Troye

    Edward Troye (1808-1874), nineteenth-century North America's first important portrait and landscape...
  • Virgil Trucks

    Professional baseball pitcher Virgil Oliver Trucks (1919-2013) came out of Depression-era Alabama as...
  • Trussville

    Trussville is a suburban community located about 15 miles northeast of downtown Birmingham in Jefferson...
  • Cynthia Tucker

    Monroe County native Cynthia Tucker (1955- ) is a Washington, D.C.-based columnist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution ...
  • Earl Lee Tucker

    Newspaper editor and humor columnist Earl Tucker (1904-1964) was widely known for the humor that flowed...
  • Tulotoma Snail

    Tulotoma magnifica is a live-bearing freshwater snail that was first discovered in Alabama in 1834. It...
  • Michael Tuomey

    Michael Tuomey (1805-1857) was Alabama's first state geologist, and his appointment to the position...
  • John Basil Turchin

    John Basil Turchin (1822-1901) was a Union officer during the Civil War. He is best remembered for commanding...
  • Benjamin S. Turner

    Born into slavery, Benjamin Sterling Turner (1825-1894) was an entrepreneur, business executive, civic...

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