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  • Robert J. Robinson
    Richard Arrington Jr.

    Richard Arrington Jr. (1934- ) was the first African American mayor of Birmingham, Jefferson County,...
  • Stuart Rockoff
    Montgomery's Jewish Community

    The Jewish community of Montgomery arose several decades after the city's founding in 1819. By...
  • Donn Rodekohr
    Water Resources in Alabama

    Freshwater is one of Alabama's greatest assets. The state's many rivers and streams and abundant...
  • Stephanie Rogers
    Old Monroe County Courthouse Museum

    The Old Monroe County Courthouse Museum in Monroeville, Monroe County, is the centerpiece of a five-site...
  • William Warren Rogers
    Governor's Election of 1892

    The Alabama governor's election of 1892 was one of the state's most corrupt electoral contests....
  • William Warren Rogers
    Robert M. Patton (1865-67)

    Robert Miller Patton (1809-1885) was inaugurated as governor of Alabama on December 13, 1865, only eight...
  • William Warren Rogers
    George S. Houston (1874-78)

    George S. Houston (1811-1879) was a lawyer, state and federal representative, and governor who was the...
  • R. B. Rosenburg
    Emmet O'Neal (1911-15)

    Like his father, Governor Edward O'Neal, Emmet O'Neal (1853-1922) was president of the state...
  • Joe Ross
    Howell Hubert Vines

    Howell Vines (1899-1981) is best characterized as a local-color author who drew his inspiration from...
  • Joe Ross
    Jack Bethea

    A lifelong Birmingham resident, Andrew Jackson Bethea (1892-1928) wrote novels of the New South noteworthy...

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