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Author Index

  • Ruth Smith Truss
    167th Alabama Infantry Regiment

    Although not designated so officially until 1917, Alabama's 167th Infantry Regiment traces its lineage...
  • Ruth Smith Truss
    Thirty-first "Dixie" Division

    From its inception, the Thirty-first Division has had a continuous link with the state of Alabama. It...
  • Ruth Smith Truss
    Alabama National Guard

    The Alabama National Guard, consisting of both ground and air units, is a military organization that...
  • Allen Tullos
    Tommie Bass

    Nationally recognized herbalist Tommie Bass (1908-1996) was the subject of scholarly and popular books,...
  • Bill Tunnell
    USS Alabama (BB-60)

    The USS Alabama (BB-60) is a World War II-era battleship and the fifth ship named after the state of ...
  • Bill Tunnell
    The Crommelin Brothers

    Alabama's five Crommelin brothers—John, Henry, Richard, Charles, and Quentin— served...
  • Bill Tunnell
    USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park

    The USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, located in Mobile, Mobile County, honors the memory of Alabama...
  • John A. Tures
    Terri Sewell

    Terri Sewell (1965- ) is the first African American woman to represent Alabama in the U.S. Congress.
  • John A. Tures
    Josiah "Jo" Bonner Jr.

    Josiah "Jo" Robins Bonner Jr. (1959- ) served six terms in the U.S. Congress, representing Alabama's First Congressional District . . .
  • John A. Tures
    Bobby Neal Bright Sr.

    Bobby Neal Bright Sr. (1952- ) is a politician who served three terms as mayor of Montgomery, Montgomery County . . .

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