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  • Charles Kenneth Roberts
    Carl Elliott

    Carl Atwood Elliott (1913-1999) was an attorney and a eight-term congressman who lived most of his life ...
  • Charles Kenneth Roberts
    Blind Boys of Alabama

    The Blind Boys of Alabama, also billed as The Five Blind Boys of Alabama or Clarence Fountain and the...
  • Charles Kenneth Roberts
    Office of the Governor

    The governor of Alabama is the head of the executive branch of the state government. The governor can...
  • Charles Kenneth Roberts
    James G. "Jim" Clark Jr.

    James G. "Jim" Clark Jr. (1922–2007) was the sheriff of Dallas County from 1955 to 1966. He, along...
  • Charles Kenneth Roberts
    Patterson v. Alabama

    Patterson v. Alabama (294 U.S. 600) was a 1935 U.S. Supreme Court decision resulting from the controversial...
  • Janet Roberts
    Cotton

    Cotton, perhaps more than anything else, was the driving economic force in the creation of Alabama. The...
  • Ben P. Robertson
    Jay Higginbotham

    Prieur Jay Higginbotham (1937-2017) was an author, historian, and activist whose major accomplishments included...
  • Ben P. Robertson
    Lewis Sewall

    Lewis Sewall (1760-1833) was a minor government functionary in the early nineteenth century in the section...
  • Jontyle Theresa Robinson
    Legacy Museum of Tuskegee University

    The Legacy Museum, housed at Tuskegee University (a national historic site) in Tuskegee, Macon County...
  • Matthew Robinson
    James Abercrombie

    James Abercrombie (1795-1861) was a member of the Alabama House of Representatives and …

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