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  • Claire M. Wilson
    Ozark

    Ozark is the seat of Dale County and is located in the southeast corner of Alabama in the region of the...
  • Claire M. Wilson
    Rube Burrow

    Like the more famous Jesse James, outlaw and Lamar County native Rube Burrow (ca. 1856-1890) headed a...
  • Claire M. Wilson
    Horseshoe Bend National Military Park

    Horseshoe Bend National Military Park was established to preserve the site of the Battle of Horseshoe...
  • Claire M. Wilson
    Attalla

    The city of Attalla is located in Etowah County west of the city of Gadsden. The town was a major rail...
  • Claire M. Wilson
    Alabama Department of Mental Health

    The Alabama Department of Mental Health (ADMH) is the state agency charged with providing care, treatment,...
  • Claire M. Wilson
    Abraham Mordecai

    Abraham Mordecai (1755-1850) was among the earliest white residents, and likely the first Jewish resident,...
  • Eugene M. Wilson
    Folk Buildings

    Folk buildings—constructed from local materials—are the oldest types of structures still...
  • James Wilson
    J. F. Ingram State Technical College

    J. F. Ingram State Technical College, located in Deatsville, Elmore County, was established by the Alabama...
  • Terance L. Winemiller
    Black Belt Region in Alabama

    Depending on the criteria employed to characterize the area, the Black Belt of Alabama, named for its...
  • Terance L. Winemiller
    Cultural Geography of Alabama

    Since achieving statehood in 1819, Alabama and its counties and municipalities have undergone numerous...

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