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Author Index

  • Gary Sprayberry
    Anniston

    The city of Anniston emerged as a key industrial center in the mountainous northeastern section of Alabama...
  • Jefferson T. Spurlock
    T. S. Stribling

    T. S. Stribling (1881-1965) is the author of 16 novels, numerous articles, and an autobiography published...
  • Mary Stanton
    Emory O. Jackson

    Emory Overton Jackson (1908-1975), a tireless voting rights activist, was a founder and first president...
  • Mary Stanton
    Viola Gregg Liuzzo

    Viola Liuzzo (1925-1965) was murdered by the Ku Klux Klan on the last night of the 1965 Selma Voting...
  • Mary Stanton
    Juliette Hampton Morgan

    Juliette Hampton Morgan (1914-1957), a Montgomery librarian, was among a small group of white liberal...
  • Mary Stanton
    Prince Hall Masons in Alabama

    The Prince Hall Masons, an African American fraternity, was established in 1775 in Boston,…
  • Charles D. R. Stephen
    Cave Pseudoscorpions

    Cave pseudoscorpions are predatory arthropods, like spiders and true scorpions, and are found widely in Alabama's extensive cave systems, …
  • Deanne L. Stephens
    Can't Get Away Club

    The Can't Get Away Club was a civic organization that formed in Mobile, Mobile County, in …
  • Deanne L. Stephens
    Yellow Fever in Alabama

    Yellow fever is a tropical and subtropical disease that had a significant impact on Alabama's history …
  • Kyes Stevens
    Gee's Bend

    Known officially since 1949 as the town of Boykin, the community of Gee's Bend is situated in Wilcox...

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