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  • Matthew Hild
    Populism in Alabama

    During the last three decades of the nineteenth century, farmers in Alabama and across the United States...
  • Matthew Hild
    Knights of Labor in Alabama (KOL)

    During the last quarter of the nineteenth century, as many as 3 million Americans joined the Noble and...
  • Libra Hilde
    Kate Cumming

    Kate Cumming (ca. 1828-1909) was a Civil War nurse and diarist whose writings are an invaluable source...
  • Jayson Hill
    Cahaba Federal Prison

    Cahaba Federal Prison was a Civil War prisoner of war (POW) camp located at Cahaba, Dallas County, at...
  • Sarah H. Hill
    Cherokee Indian Removal

    The removal, or forced emigration, of Cherokee Indians occurred in 1838, when the U.S. military and various...
  • W. Jayson Hill
    Anniston Army Depot

    Anniston Army Depot was originally conceived as an ammunition storage site in the isolated northeast...
  • W. Jayson Hill
    S.S. Selma

    The S.S. Selma was an experimental oil tanker ship made from concrete during the final months of World...
  • W. Jayson Hill
    Natick Class Harbor Tugs Named For Alabama Cities

    Natick class harbor tugs help to move large, unwieldy vessels safely in and out of ports. The tugs are...
  • W. Jayson Hill
    Craig Field Airport and Industrial Complex (Craig Air Force Base)

    Located four miles southeast of Selma, Dallas County, Craig Field Airport and Industrial Complex was...
  • Leigh Hinton
    Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station (AAES)

    For more than 125 years, the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station (AAES) has provided scientific research...

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