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  • Cynthia Quinn White
    Johnson Jones Hooper

    Johnson Jones Hooper (1815-1862) was a southern humorist known for his stories about the archetypal trickster...
  • Cynthia Quinn White
    Charles Ghigna

    Known as "Father Goose," poet Charles Ghigna (1946- ) is the author of more than 5,000 poems and has...
  • D. Jonathan White
    Leroy Pope Walker

    Leroy Pope Walker (1817-1884) was a member of one of the most politically powerful families in early...
  • D. Jonathan White
    States' Rights

    The question of which powers belong to the states and which powers belong to the federal government,...
  • J. Mark White
    Oscar William Adams Jr.

    Oscar William Adams Jr. (1925-1997) was the first African American Supreme Court Justice appointed in...
  • Kim Whitehead
    Minnie Bruce Pratt

    Minnie Bruce Pratt (1946- ), one of Alabama's best-known contemporary poets, is also widely recognized...
  • Gregory N. Whitis
    Inland Shrimp Culture in Alabama

    The Alabama shrimp farming industry, centered in west-central Greene County, began in 1999. As of 2007,...
  • Sarah Woolfolk Wiggins
    David P. Lewis (1872-74)

    David P. Lewis (ca. 1820-1884) was Alabama's governor from 1872-74. Lewis represented Alabama Unionists...
  • Sarah Woolfolk Wiggins
    William Crawford Gorgas

    William Crawford Gorgas (1854-1920) was a pioneer in the field of public health and tropical medicine....
  • Sarah Woolfolk Wiggins
    John Gayle (1831-35)

    John Gayle (1792-1859) was Alabama's seventh governor and also served as a U.S. congressman, state...

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