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  • Gail Andrews
    Quilting

    Quilt making has a long history in Alabama. Early settlers created bedcovers both for necessity and pleasure,...
  • Gail Andrews
    Birmingham Museum of Art

    Situated in downtown Birmingham, Jefferson County, the Birmingham Museum of Art (BMA) offers the largest...
  • James Lamar Appleton
    Treaty of New York (1790)

    The 1790 Treaty of New York, between George Washington's fledgling constitutional government and...
  • James Lamar Appleton
    David Moniac

    David Moniac (ca. 1802-1836), Creek Indian of mixed ancestry and grand-nephew of Creek leader Alexander...
  • Margaret E. Armbrester
    Jere Beasley Sr. (1972)

    Jere Beasley (1935- ) is known for his success as a trial lawyer and for the 32 days he served as governor...
  • Margaret E. Armbrester
    Don Siegelman (1999-2003)

    In November 1998 Don Siegelman (1946- ) won a landslide victory over incumbent Republican Forrest "Fob...
  • Margaret E. Armbrester
    Robert "Bob" Riley (2003-11)

    Bob Riley was Alabama's 52nd elected governor. He is only the third Republican governor to be elected...
  • Rosemary H. Arneson
    University of Montevallo

    The University of Montevallo, located in Montevallo, Shelby County, was founded on October 12, 1896,...
  • Rick Asherson
    Alabama Blues Project

    The Alabama Blues Project (ABP) is a nonprofit organization, based in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County,...
  • Rick Asherson
    Willie King

    Willie Earl King (1943-2009) was an outstanding blues musician, songwriter, community activist, and international...

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