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  • Poarch Band of Creek Indians

    The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is the only federally recognized Native American tribe in Alabama.
  • Poarch Creek Indians Museum

    The Poarch Creek Indians Museum in Atmore, Escambia County, is a local history museum focused on …
  • Poets Laureate of Alabama

    The title of poet laureate of Alabama was created in 1930. Nominated by the Alabama Writers' Conclave...
  • Point Clear Marine Training Command

    In the latter stages of World War II, the U.S. Army Air Force (AAF) established a training program …
  • Political Interest Groups in Alabama

    Special interest groups play a very important role in Alabama politics by representing like-minded private...
  • Pollard

    Pollard is located in south-central Escambia County ...
  • Pond Spring

    Pond Spring, the General Joe Wheeler Home, is a historic site in Hillsboro, Lawrence County. The 50-acre...
  • Sibyl Murphree Pool

    Sibyl Murphree Pool (1901-1973) was the first woman to hold statewide elected office in Alabama,…
  • Pope's Tavern Museum

    Pope's Tavern Museum, located in downtown Florence, Lauderdale County, preserves and interprets...
  • Populism in Alabama

    During the last three decades of the nineteenth century, farmers in Alabama and across the United States...

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