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  • Gregory Michael Dorr
    Eugenics in Alabama

    Although the theory of eugenics-improving humanity through controlled breeding-originated in Great Britain,...
  • Faye L. Doss
    Hoover

    Hoover, which lies in both Jefferson and Shelby counties, is the second largest city in Jefferson County...
  • Faye L. Doss
    Bessemer

    Founded in 1886 by industrialist Henry Fairfield DeBardeleben, Bessemer is the third largest city in...
  • Harriet E. Amos Doss
    Octavia Walton Le Vert

    Almost forgotten today, Octavia Walton Le Vert (1810-1877) was a famous socialite and writer during the ...
  • Harriet E. Amos Doss
    Gabriel Moore (1829-31)

    An affluent attorney, small-scale planter, U.S. congressman, and Alabama governor, Gabriel Moore (ca....
  • Scott L. Douglass
    Alabama's Coastline

    Alabama's coastline, home to the beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, is an important part of the quality...
  • G. Wayne Dowdy
    William B. Bankhead

    William Bankhead (1874-1940) was a member of one of Alabama's most important political families ...
  • Matthew L. Downs
    New Deal in Alabama

    The "New Deal" is the name given to the program of socioeconomic reforms initiated by Pres. Franklin...
  • Matthew L. Downs
    Edward Berton Almon

    Edward Berton Almon (1860-1933) was an attorney, judge, and politician from Tuscumbia, Colbert County...
  • Matthew L. Downs
    Massive Resistance

    Massive Resistance, a term originally taken from Virginia senator Harry Byrd's call for "massive...

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