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  • William H. Stewart
    Doug Jones

    Gordon Douglas "Doug" Jones startled the political world in November 2017 when the lifelong Democrat …
  • Melissa A. Stock
    Emperor Brim

    Emperor Brim (d. 1733) was a noted mico , or chief, of the Lower Creek town of Coweta, which was located...
  • Kevin Stoker
    The Anniston Star

    First published in 1912, the Anniston Star has developed a national reputation for independence, liberalism,...
  • Margaret M. Storey
    Unionism

    The significance of Alabama Unionists during the Civil War and Reconstruction has long been a subject...
  • Jeffrey A. Stratford
    Alabama Coastal Birding Trail

    Every autumn, millions of birds leave North America and cross the Gulf of Mexico to spend the winter...
  • Alesia K. Stuart
    Reid State Technical College

    Reid State Technical College, located in Evergreen, Conecuh County, was created by the Alabama State...
  • Steve Suitts
    Hugo L. Black

    Hugo Black (1886-1971) served in the U.S. Senate and on the U.S. Supreme Court for 34 years. He was America's...
  • Donnie Summerlin
    Samuel Younge Jr.

    Tuskegee Institute student Samuel Younge Jr. (1944-1966) was the first black college student to be killed...
  • James L. Sumner
    Alabama Ethics Commission

    The Alabama Ethics Commission, established by the legislature in 1973, is the state agency responsible...
  • Greg Swem
    Wade Hall

    Teacher, author, scholar, collector, and philanthropist Wade H. Hall (1934-2015) is best known in Alabama for …

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