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Author Index

  • Judith E. Sheppard
    Neil O. Davis

    Neil Owen Davis (1914-2000) was the owner and publisher of two small weekly newspapers—the Lee County Bulletin ...
  • Judith E. Sheppard
    Gould Beech

    Many historians and journalists today regard Gould Beech (1913-2000) as one of the most gifted and visionary...
  • Robert Sherwood
    Fort Toulouse

    Fort Toulouse was one of a series of forts built by the French to protect their holdings in the American...
  • Kathy Shinnick
    American Sport Art Museum and Archives

    Located in Daphne, Baldwin County, the American Sport Art Museum and Archives (ASAMA) is housed in the...
  • Joshua Shiver
    Williamson Cobb

    Williamson Robert Winfield Cobb (1807-1864) was a merchant, planter, and politician who served in the...
  • Joshua Shiver
    The National Voting Rights Museum and Institute

    The National Voting Rights Museum and Institute (NVRMI), located in Selma, Dallas County,...
  • Joshua Shiver
    Camp ASCCA

    Alabama's Special Camp for Children and Adults (Camp ASCCA) is the world's largest handicap-accessible, or barrier-free,…
  • Joshua Shiver
    Robert Baylor

    Robert Emmett Bledsoe (R.E.B.) Baylor (1793-1874) was a lawyer and politician who represented Alabama...
  • Joshua Shiver
    Alfred E. Buck

    Alfred Eliab Buck (1832-1902) served as a commander in the Union Army ...
  • Joshua Shiver
    Mae Carol Jemison

    Mae Carol Jemison (1956- ) is a physician and former astronaut who became the first African American woman to go into space.

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