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  • Keith S. Hébert
    Poarch Band of Creek Indians

    The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is the only federally recognized Native American tribe in Alabama.
  • Keith S. Hébert
    Harold A. Franklin

    On January 4, 1964, Harold A. Franklin (1932-2021) became the first African American student …
  • Keith S. Hébert
    Clinton Jackson Coley

    Civic leader Clinton Jackson "Jack" Coley (1902-1997) was a judge, banker, historian, and …
  • Keith S. Hébert
    Lincoln Laconia Burwell

    Lincoln Laconia (L. L.) Burwell (1867-1928) was an African American physician, pharmacist, and …
  • Rebecca Lapczynski Hébert
    Marie Bankhead Owen

    Marie Bankhead Owen (1869-1958) served for 35 years as director of the Alabama Department of Archives...
  • Rebecca Lapczynski Hébert
    Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH)

    The Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH), founded in 1901, was the nation's first publicly...
  • Stefanie Haba
    Freshwater Invertebrates

    Freshwater invertebrates make up an overwhelming amount of Alabama's biodiversity. The most commonly...
  • Theodore Haddin
    Andrew Glaze

    Andrew Glaze's (1920- ) early life in Alabama inspired him to write some of the best poems to come...
  • Erik Haeuser
    Ariosto A. Wiley

    Ariosto Appling Wiley (1848-1908) represented Alabama's Second Congressional District as a Democrat …
  • John H. Hafner
    Mary McNeil Fenollosa

    Mary McNeil Fenollosa (1865-1954), publishing primarily under the pseudonym Sidney McCall, was a popular...