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  • Kathryn Braund
    Creek War of 1813-14

    The Creek War of 1813-14 began as a civil war, largely centered among the Upper Creeks, whose towns were...
  • Michael A. Breedlove
    Thomas E. Kilby (1919-23)

    Perhaps remembered most for having his name placed on an Alabama prison, Thomas Kilby (1865-1943) was ...
  • Michael A. Breedlove
    Donald Comer

    Donald Comer (1877-1963) was long-time president and chairman of the board of Avondale Mills, operated...
  • Albert P. Brewer
    Home Rule

    Home Rule is the power and authority of local governments to run their own affairs. In Alabama, the grant...
  • Barbara Broach
    W. C. Handy Birthplace, Museum, and Library

    The W. C. Handy Birthplace, Museum and Library, in Florence, Lauderdale County, was established to celebrate...
  • Daniel Fate Brooks
    William Rufus King

    Politician, statesman, and U.S. vice president William Rufus King (1786-1853) was a complex figure who...
  • F. Erik Brooks
    John Lewis

    Pike County native John Lewis (1940- ) is a Democratic Congressman of the Fifth Congressional District...
  • F. Erik Brooks
    Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)

    In January 1957, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and a group of African American clergymen...
  • F. Erik Brooks
    Sixteenth Street Baptist Church

    Located in Birmingham, the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church was the first house of worship for African...
  • F. Erik Brooks
    Alabama State University (ASU)

    Alabama State University (ASU) is a historically black university located in Montgomery. In its early...

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