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  • Maud McKnight Lindsay

    Maud Lindsay (1874-1941), daughter of the only foreign-born governor of the state of Alabama and the ...
  • Robert Burns Lindsay (1870-72)

    Robert Lindsay (1824-1902) faced unprecedented difficulties as the first Democratic governor of Alabama...
  • George Lindsey

    Veteran character actor and north Alabama native George Lindsey (1928-2012) achieved his most lasting...
  • Lineville

    Lineville is located in east-central Alabama in Clay County; it is the largest city in the county. Lineville...
  • Lipscomb

    Lipscomb is situated just northeast of Bessemer and west of Birmingham in Jefferson County in north central...
  • Little Cahaba Iron Works

    In 1848 entrepreneur William Phineas Browne established the Little Cahaba Iron Works, which he named...
  • Little River Canyon National Preserve

    The Little River Canyon National Preserve is located in Cherokee County at the southern end of the Appalachian...
  • Littleville

    Littleville is located in Colbert County in the Shoals region of the northwest corner of the state. It...
  • Viola Gregg Liuzzo

    Viola Liuzzo (1925-1965) was murdered by the Ku Klux Klan on the last night of the 1965 Selma Voting...
  • Livingston

    Livingston, the county seat of Sumter County, is located in west-central Alabama between Tuscaloosa and...

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