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  • Connor Ellis
    Alligator Gar

    The alligator gar ( Atractosteus spatula ) is a primitive carnivorous fish found throughout the American...
  • Jerome A. Ennels
    Maxwell Air Force Base and Gunter Annex

    Since its founding in 1918, Maxwell Air Force Base has evolved into one of the most unique military bases...
  • Jerome A. Ennels
    Wright Brothers Flying School

    In the spring of 1910, aviation pioneers Wilbur and Orville Wright opened the nation's first civilian...
  • Glenn T. Eskew
    Birmingham Campaign of 1963

    The climax of the modern civil rights movement occurred in Birmingham. The city's violent response...
  • Glenn T. Eskew
    Lurleen B. Wallace (1967-68)

    Lurleen Burns Wallace (1926-1968) died from cancer a mere 16 months after taking office as governor of...
  • Glenn T. Eskew
    George C. Wallace (1963-67, 1971-79, 1983-87)

    Between 1963 and 1987, George Wallace (1919-1998) held a virtual monopoly on the governor's office...
  • Cary Estes
    Talladega Superspeedway

    Talladega Superspeedway, located in east central Alabama, is the largest race track in the National Association...
  • Cary Estes
    Neil Bonnett

    Neil Bonnett (1946-1994) was a popular racecar driver from Birmingham, Jefferson County, who won 18 National...
  • Cary Estes
    University of Alabama at Birmingham Men's Basketball

    The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) men's basketball team was created in the late 1970s...
  • Cary Estes
    Gene Bartow

    Gene Bartow (1930-2012) was the first men's basketball head coach and the first athletic director...

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