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1986, No. 1
Stitches in Time: The Landford Album Quilt, by Robert Cargo and G. Ward
The Sporting Life, by Fred Hobson. Feuds,
Factions, and Reform: Politics in Early Birmingham, by Leah Rawls Atkins.
The Conquests of Europe: The Remarkable Career of James Reese Europe,
by Reid Badger.
Fall 1986, No.
Steamboat Travel in Early Alabama, by Robert O. Mellown. Is Southern English
Disappearing?, by Ann H. Pitts. Slidin' and Ridin' (At Home and on the
Road with the 1948 Birmingham Black Barons), by Tim Cary. Little Italy
in Rural Alabama, by Rhoda Coleman Ellison.
Winter 1987, No.
Arms of Dixie, by Douglas E. Jones. P. H. Polk, by Maryanne G. Culpepper.
Alabama's William March, by Roy E. Simmonds. "Whistles" (A
short story by William March).
Spring 1987, No.
The Spanish Heritage of the Southeast, by Lawrence A. Clayton. The Search
of Hernando De Soto, by John C. Hall. The Battle of the Beehive Furnace
Mural (Russellville, Alabama), by Robert Mitchell. Mr. Spirit and His
Alabama Wits, by Eugene Current-Garcia.
Remember Goliad!, by James E. Harris. The Delmore Brothers, by Lynn Pruett.
Stepping into the Past (The Story of the Battle-Friedman Garden), by George
Fall 1987, No.
Mobile's City Hall, by Nicholas H. Holmes, Jr. Excerpts from Lister Hill:
Statesman from the South, by Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton. Big Mama
Thornton, by Ben Windham. Images of Alabama, by Chip Cooper.
Winter 1988, No.
Inside the Wire: Aliceville and
the Afrika Korps, by Randy Wall. Traditional
Pottery of Mobile Bay, by Joey Brackner. Lella Warren: Alabama's Margaret
Mitchell?, by Nancy G. Anderson.
Spring 1988, No.
Chinese Laborers in Reconstruction Alabama, by Daniel Liestman. Gunboat
Quilts, by Bryding Adams Henley. Outlaws, Cat's-Paws, and Spotters,
by Rhoda Coleman Ellison. Stop Thief, Nineteenth-Century Wanted Posters.
1988, No. 9 Buy
Federalism and the South. Alabama and the
U.S. Supreme Court: Landmark Cases. Grand Old Flags. Hugo Black's Constitution.
Fall 1988, No.
Remembering Tallulah, by Maridith Walker. Alabama at Gettysburg, by Philip
D. Beidler. Charles Mohr, Botanist, by L. J. Davenport.
Sisters of Mercy (From Vicksburg to Shelby Springs), by Barbara Roberts.
Excerpts from Place Names in Alabama, by Virginia O. Foscue. Images of
Alabama, by Walter Beckham. Horace King, Bridge
Builder, by Thomas L. French, Jr., and Edward L. French.
Spring 1989, No.
and his "Immense Antediluvian Monsters," by
Douglas E. Jones. Punishment Seven Times More: The Convict Lease System in Alabama,
by Robert David Ward and William Warren Rogers. Rammed-Earth Houses in
Mount Olive, by Leigh Anne Roach.
Summer 1989, No. 13 Buy
And Bring Your Fiddle! The Fiddler in Alabama Community Life. Anatomical
Manikins and Diagnostic Dolls. Joseph Glover Baldwin: Antebellum Wit.
Fall 1989, No.
Bohemia in America: Ottokar Cadek and the New York String Quartet. Bill
Traylor: Freed Slave and Folk Artist. Excerpts from the Encyclopedia
of Southern Culture.
Winter 1990, No.
Mobile's Antebellum Volunteer Firemen, by C. A. Spencer, Jr. Alabama Takes
the Plunge! Swimsuits from Alabama's Past, by the editors. From Montgomery
to Gettysburg (War Letters from Alabama Soldier Henry B. Wood,
by Wayne Wood.
Spring 1990, No.
Iron and Dirt, by Richard Dice and the Alabama Heritage staff.
The Cahaba Lily, by L. J. Davenport. The
Burning of the University of Alabama, by Clark E. Center, Jr.
Summer 1990, No.
Chief William McIntosh (Scottish-Indian Statesman and General), by Benjamin
W. Griffith, Jr. Souvenir Spoons from Alabama, by Nancy Rohr. Rube Burrow,
Outlaw, by William Warren Rogers, Jr.
Fall 1990, No.
The Confederate Submarine, H. L. Hunley, by James E. Kloeppel. Alabama:
The Play, by Charles S. Watson and Jennifer Willard. Excerpts from the
1878 Gulf City Cook Book, with an introduction by George H. Daniels.
Winter 1991, No.
Alabama Women on the Home Front, World War II, by Mary Martha Thomas.
Alabama Sheet Music, 1890-1925, by Cheryl Taranto. Excerpts from Hammer
and Hoe, Alabama Communists during the Great Depression, by Robin D. G.
Spring 1991, No.
Vulcan: Birmingham's Man of Iron, by George Clinton Thompson. Giuseppe
Moretti, by Jennifer Willard. A Brief History of the Marble Industry
in Sylacauga, by Ed Dodd.
Summer 1991, No.
Daughters of the South. Alabama Gold: Golden Harvest of the Piedmont.
The 1948 Keller Super Chief: Aero-Engineered Auto for Tomorrow.
Fall 1991, No.
Alabamians at Pearl Harbor. The Federal Road: Tourists in the Creek
Nation. Excerpts from Travels in North America. Julia S. Tutwiler:
Years of Innocence.
Winter 1992, No.
The Creek Prophetic Movement, by Joel W. Martin. The Cattle Egret,
by William H. Allen, Jr. Endangered Aristocrats, by Robert Gamble.
Julia S. Tutwiler: Years of Experience, by Paul M. Pruitt, Jr.
1992, No. 24
Taxes, Taxes, Taxes: The History of a Problem, by Wayne Flynt and Keith
Ward. Old Mobile Ironwork, by John Sledge. Praying for the President,
by Janie M. Moore.
No. 25 Buy
Canal Morgan. On the Road. The Mitcham War. The Rain Porch: Vernacular
Architecture at Point Clear.
Fall 1992, No.
Alabama vs. Auburn: The Forty-One-Year Time Out. The Jemison Mansion
and Longwood: Antebellum Italianate Villas. Jemison Mansion Family
Histories. Battle of the Battle House.
Winter 1993, No.
Disaster And Disgrace: The John C. Pemberton Story, by Michael B. Ballard.
Decorative Arts in the Black Belt, by Bryding Adams, Joey Brackner,
and Gail Trechsel. Present and Past in the Cradle of Dixie, by Tanya
L. Zanish. Black Wings of Tuskegee, by Jerry A. Davis.
Spring 1993, No.
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The Free State of Winston. Diary of a Union Soldier from Alabama. Ezra
Winter's Murals. Philip Henry Gosse. Sully's Portrait of an Alabama
Beauty. The Cahaba Lily Revisited.
No. 29 Buy This Issue
Osceola: The Man Behind the Myths. Alabama Collections: The Loeb Collection
of First Period Worcester. Souvenirs from the Grand Tour. Big-Time
Baseball: Alabamians in the Major Leagues.
1993, No. 30 Buy
Coeducation in Alabama. Star Quilts of Nineteenth-century Alabama.
The Killing of Father Coyle. Confederate Military Maps. INDEX -- Issues
Sara Haardt and "The Sweet Flowering South." Nineteenth-century, Alabama-made
Furniture. War-time Correspondence of Two Confederate Soldiers. Guy Cobb:
Mental Health and Moral Architecture. Insights into an Insane Asylum.
William Frye, Artist. Alabama's Handwoven Counterpanes.
Eugene Allen Smith and the Geological Survey of Alabama. Harnessing the
Black Warrior River. Sloss Furnaces: A Story of Iron and the Men Who Made
It. Voices of Industrial Workers from Alabama. The Birmingham Industrial
Mobile's Magnolia Cemetery. General Ormsby M. Mitchel and the Union Occupation
of Huntsville. Alabama's Ten Most Endangered Properties. W. C. Rice
and his Cross Garden. USS Tecumseh. The Vermilion Darter.
Visionary Folk Artists of Alabama. From Plantation to Hacienda: An African
American Colony in Mexico. King
Cotton in Alabama: A Brief History. Sentimental
and Memorial Jewelry. Gulf Coast Lighthouses.
Jewish Life in Alabama: The Formative Stages. The Moseses of Montgomery:
The Saga of a Jewish Family in the South. The Life and Death of Confederate
Captain Henry Wirz, Commander of the Infamous Prison Camp at Andersonville,
CSS Alabama: The Exploits of the Deadly Commerce Raider. USS Kearsarge:
The Last of a Legend. Ann Hodges and the Sylacauga Meteorite. The Gold
Star Book: Memories of WWI Alabamians.
Johnny Mack Brown. Rickwood Field: Baseball's Grand Lady. Taming the Coosa
River. Alabama's Most Endangered Places. An Alabama Legacy: Images of
The Murder of Albert Patterson. Silver in Antebellum Alabama. Red Erwin
and the Medal of Honor. Northington General Hospital. Article Update:
The CSS Hunley.
To Teach the Negro. The Art of Howard Weeden. Alabama Heritage
Profile: James D. Hardy, M.D. INDEX -- Issues 31-40.
1996, No. 41 Buy
The Dixie Art Colony. The World of Kelly Fitzpatrick. Man and Mission:
E. B. Gaston and the Fairhope Single Tax Colony. General Cleburne and
the Emancipation of Slaves.
Fall 1996, No.
The Wetumpka Astrobleme. Clairmont Springs. The Confederados: Old
South Immigrants in Brazil. Places in Peril: Alabama Endangered Historic
Landmarks for 1996.
Winter 1997, No. 43 Buy
Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches: The Alabama Years. Images of Alabama:
Country Churches. The Lynching of Willie Baird, Labor and Violence in
1921 Alabama. Black Belt Elegance: Late Antebellum Alabama Parlors.
Spring 1997, No. 44 Buy
Alabama's "Bengal Tiger": Alva Smith Vanderbilt Belmont. Chatelaines.
Jefferson's "Academical Village." The Alabama Rotunda. Barn Again!
The Wright Connection (The Wright Brothers' Flying School in
Montgomery). Blanche Dean, Naturalist. The Intrepid Sanders: Lee's "Boy Brigadier." Tax
Breaks for Owners of Historic Properties.
The Crommelin Brothers. D. L. Hightower's Photographs of a
Vanishing World. Places in Peril: Alabama's Endangered Historic
Landmarks for 1997. Places in Peril Updates.
Aunt Babe, Uncle Simp, and the Origins of U.S. Highway 31 (The Bee Line
Highway). Adventures with the Great Seal of the Confederacy. Further
Adventures with the Great Seal. The Life and Times of D. W. Zorn (The
Life of a South Alabama Moonshiner).
The Moundville Expeditions of C. B. Moore. The Lost Capitals
of St. Stephens and Cahawba. Huntsville and the Space Program: The
Beginnings through 1960.
Famous Men: Walker Evans' Photographs of Hale County Sharecroppers.
Huntsville and the Space Program Part Two: The Nineteen Sixties. The Great
West Blocton Town Fire of 1927.
Alabama's Heart River: The Cahaba. Eugenia Levy Phillips vs. The United
States of America. Places in Peril: Alabama's Endangered Historic Landmarks
for 1998. INDEX - Issues 41-50.
Alabama's Nineteenth-Century Paper Currency. Fendall Hall's Murals. Mobile's
Own Ozymandias: Ralph B. Chandler and His Newspapers. Narratives of Former
Mobile's Architectural Dynasty: the Hutchisson Family, 1835-1969. Birmingham
and the Picture Postcard. Paint Rock Valley.
Ann Lowe: Couturier to the Rich and Famous. Alabama License Plates. Fightin'
Joe Wheeler. The Intrepid Annie Wheeler.
"Cavalry Crossing the Ford": Walt Whitman's Alabama Connection. Places
in Peril: Alabama's Endangered Historic Landmarks for 1999. Historic
Huntsville Houses (And We Don't Mean Homes).
The Battle-Friedman Garden Blooms Again. When Stars Fell on Alabama. Hurricane
Frederic. Good Business: Rehabilitating Historic Commercial Buildings.
The Extraordinary Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard. F.A.P. Barnard and
Early Photography in Alabama. F.A.P. Barnard and Astronomy in the Antebellum
South. How Marie Bankhead Owen Almost Killed the WPA Guide to Alabama.
Daniel Cram's Sketches of the Mexican War.
Eugene Walter. Alabama Collections: Cloisonné at Anniston's Berman
Museum. Harriett Engelhardt: A Job Worth Having. Nancy O'Neal and
the Koger House.
Paris Porcelain in Antebellum Alabama. Suffer the Children: Child
Labor Reform in Alabama. Marietta Johnson, Visionary. Places in Peril:
A Review of Alabama's Endangered Historic Landmarks.
Good for Man or Beast: American Patent Medicines from 1865 to 1938.
Demopolis, City of the People. William Spratling. Missing in Action:
The Story of Ray Davis.
The Birmingham Museum of Art: A Civilizing Spirit. "Place," an
Excerpt from Alabama Architecture: Looking at Building and Place.
Clarence Cason's Shade: A Look at Alabama Then and Now. Clarabelle:
The Montgomery Advertiser's "Felonious Feline."
Walter B. Jones and Moundville. The Fatal Voyage of
the Mary Frances. Lives of Quiet Affirmation: Anniston's
Early Jewish Community. The Great Montgomery Monkey Trial.
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Why Alabama Needs a New Constitution.
Twickenham, or How Huntsville Came to Share Its History With
a London Suburb. Places in Peril: Alabama's Endangered Historic
Landmarks for 2001. To Die in Dixie: Alabama and the Electric
John Grimes, Alabama's
First Portrait Artist. Incident at Hatcher's Run. Old Mobile Archaeology.
Changing the Heart of Darkness: Sheppard & Lapsley in the Congo.
Richard Upjohn in Alabama. The Mussels of Muscle Shoals. Mobile's Old
Catholic Cemetery. Frank Lockwood and His Architectural Legacy.
Dust Cave. Nancy Batson, Pursuit Pilot Extraordinaire. "Three Cheers
and a Tiger for the Lomax Rifles!" Alabama Voices: Judge John B.
Scott's Epitaph to the Mule.
Fall 2002, No.
Monastic Make-Believe: The Ave Maria Grotto. The Birmingham Civil
Rights Institute. Common Bonds: Birmingham Family Snapshots, 1900-1950.
Places in Peril: Alabama's Endangered Historic Landmarks for 2002.
2003, No. 67 Buy
Rooster Bridge. Raising Cain: The Resurrection of Mardi Gras
in Mobile. A Seer in Selma: Edgar Cayce's Years in Alabama. Shiney
Moon: From Merchant to Artist.
2003, No. 68 Buy
The Making and Unmaking of the Woodward Iron Company. The Lost Battalion
of the Ia Drang. Great and Illustrious Work: The 1930 Olmsted Plan for
the Alabama Capitol.
2003, No. 69 Buy
A Light at the Edge of Town: Drive-In Movie Theaters of Alabama. The
Faces of William Rufus King. Patriots of Color: An Alabama Family in
the Good War. Digging "Stone Coal."
Fall 2003, No. 70 Buy
When Men Must Die: An Alabama POW at Bataan. Heart of a Small Town. A
Dangerous Business: Children on the Front Lines. Places in Peril: Alabama's
Endangered Historic Landmarks for 2003.
2004, No. 71 Buy
The Doctors Harrison: A Magnificent Obsession. Interrupted
Melody: The Attack on Nat "King" Cole. Jack the Ripper
and a Belle From Mobile. The Guards' Civil War.
No. 72 Buy
The Less Things Change: Charles Brooks and the Art of Alabama Politics.
Alabama and World War One: The Gold Star Collection. William Bartram:
First Scientist of Alabama. Lillian Goodner: Queen of the Sepias.
Summer 2004, No.
Etched in Time: The Art of Marian Acker McPherson. Comfort Under Control:
Alabama's Textile Mill Villages. Juliette Hampton Morgan: From Socialite
to Social Activist. Camp Rucker During the Second World War.
No. 74 Buy
Clabber, Corn Pone, And Cured Hog. Spotted
Dogs & Speckled Birds. William
Weatherford and the Road to the Holy Ground. Places
in Peril: Alabama's Endangered Historic Landmarks for 2004.
No. 75 Buy
Bridging the Gulf: The Alabama-Cuba Connection. The Wings of Denial: The Alabama
Air Guard in the Bay of Pigs. Caroline Lee Hentz's Long Journey. A Settlement
House in Ensley's Italian District.
Spring 2005, No. 76 Buy
The Art of Zelda Fitzgerald.
The Debutante Flapper. The F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum. William Benson
and the Kowaliga School. The Great Mobile Whiskey War.
2005, No. 77 Buy
Variations on a Capitol Plan. Zitella Cocke: Alabama's Forgotten
Poet. Where There's a Will: The Story of Indian Springs School.
Alabama Lifestyles and Landscapes: Photography of the Geological
2005, No. 78 Buy
The Wilde Alabama Lecture Circuit. An
Artistic Blend: Frank and Martha Anderson. Louise
Wooster, Birmingham's Magdalen. Places
in Peril 2005: Alabama's Endangered Historic Landmarks.
2006, No. 79Buy
In Halls of Ivy. The Spanish Conquest of Mobile. Byron Arnold and the Folksongs
of Alabama. When Less Was More: Alabama's Classic Modern Architecture.
2006, No. 80 Buy
Alabama's Own: Ten
Endemic Fishes. The Alabama Cavefish: Our Natural Heritage Imperiled. Edward
Troye in Alabama. Thoroughbred Horses at Muscle Shoals. The Hawes Murders.
2006, No. 81Buy
Empowering Alabama: The James Mitchell Story. Toumlin & Hitchcock,
Pioneering Jurists of the Alabama Frontier. Alabama's Vine and Olive Colony:
Myth and Fact. From Tuskegee to Angkor: The Odyssey of Lucille Douglass.
2006, No. 82Buy
Privation and Pride: Life in Blockaded Alabama. A Heritage in Clay: The
Lineage of Robert Ussery. Ground Zero in the Fire Ant Wars. Places in Peril
2006: Alabama's Endangered Historic Landmarks.
2007, No. 83Buy
A Traitor in the Wilderness: The Arrest of Aaron Burr. The Price of Progress: The Lost Towns of Pickwick Reservoir. Before the Flood: Emergency Archaeology in the Tennessee Valley. Howard Cook: Portraits of Alabama Life. “Another
Kind of March”: Billy Graham in Civil Rights Era Alabama.
Spring 2007, No. 84Buy
Captain Oates and His Red-Shirted Boys. Montevallo:
Mound in a Valley. Shot Seen ’Round the World: The Tommy Langston Photo.
Ornamental Ironwork: Signature of Antebellum Mobile.
2007, No. 85Buy
Parks: “One of Many Who Would Fight for
Freedom.” Restoring Chaucer Hall: Birmingham’s Swann-Coleman House.
Brookside: A “Wild West Town” in Alabama. Tragic Melodrama: The Life of Stephen
S. Renfroe, Alabama’s Outlaw Sheriff.
2007, No. 86Buy
Hank Williams: The Hillbilly Shakespeare. Of Circuit Riders and Camp Meetings, Missionaries and Methodists. Honing Heredity: Alabama and the Eugenics Movement. Places in Peril: Alabama’s Endangered Historic Landmarks for 2007.
Winter 2008, No. 87Buy
Fort Morgan: Guardian of the Bay. Ruby Pickens Tartt:
Citizen of the World. Richard Coe’s Birmingham. William Stanley Hoole: A Man
Tombstones in Tuscaloosa County. Five Hours At Sulphur Trestle Fort. Emory
O. Jackson: The Voice of Black Birmingham. Creating Community In Alabama.
Resistance: Creek Removal from the Alabama Homeland. Patriotism
Over Propriety: Confederate Nurse Kate Cumming. John
Augustus Walker and the Historical Panorama of Alabama Agriculture. The
Oasis: German POWs at Fort McClellan
Fall 2008, No. 90Buy This Issue
Lillies, Jaybirds, and George: The Art in Mose T's Trees. Honorary Degrees for the Alabama Corps of Cadets. Captives of Consumption: Alabama's Battle with Tuberculosis. Places in Peril 2008: Alabama's Endangered Historic Landmarks. Index 81-90.
2009, No. 91Buy
The McCrarys of Madison County: Two Centuries and Counting. The Reclusive Adelaide Mahan: A Briarfield Original. Confederate Twilight: The Fall of Fort Blakely. The BSC-Howard Rivalry: Birmingham's 'Battle of the Marne'.
Spring 2009, No. 92Buy This Issue
The Creek War in Alabama. The Grown-up Helen Keller. Fruithurst: The Alabama Wine Country. Alabama’s 1932 Tornado Outbreak.
Summer 2009, No. 93Buy This Issue
Where the Dead Speak: Black Belt Cemeteries and their Stories. The Sacking of Athens and the Souring of ‘Civil’ War. The Making of a Blues Legend. Hollywood’s Reluctant Star: Forrest James.
Fall 2009, No. 94Buy This Issue
Remembering Mrs. Rena: The East Alabama Soothsayer. Alabama Illustrated: Engravings from Nineteenth-Century Newspapers. From Alabama to Amendola And Back: Journey of a B-17 Pilot. Places in Peril 2009: Alabama’s Endangered Historic Landmarks.
Winter 2010, No. 95Buy This Issue
Athena on the Chattahoochee. “Keep Still”: Booker T. Washington and the Shiloh Church Tragedy. Columns and Colonnades: Treasures of Greek Revival Mobile. Becoming Alabama: A Time Rich in Historical Remembrances.
Spring 2010, No. 96Buy This Issue
Tattered Banners: Alabama’s Civil War Flags. Sidney Dickinson in Alabama. Prince Madoc and the Stubborn Persistence of a Legend. Bounding Alabama.
Summer 2010, No. 97Buy This Issue
Universal Values: The Enduring Legacy of To Kill a Mockingbird. Ashville: Old, New, and Lovely. Alabama’s Airfields: Remnants of a Forgotten Landscape. Soldiers and Captives, Boarders and Brides: The Many Lives of Condé Charlotte.
Fall 2010, No. 98Buy This Issue
The Enigmatic Colonel Maury of the Fifteenth Confederate Cavalry. Capsule in a Cornerstone: The Treasure of Smith Hall. Vindicating Viola Liuzzo. Places in Peril 2010: Preservation to Make a Difference.
Winter 2011, No. 99
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Cahaba: Hallowed Ground. Surviving the Storms: Resilience and Strength in Bayou La Batre. Augusta Evans Wilson: Writer, Rebel, and Family Woman. Alabama's Archaeological Sites: A Fragile Responsibility.
Spring 2011, No. 100Buy This Issue
"The Uplift of Humanity": Booker T. Washington in Context. History In Ruins. Alabama Fever: The Land Rush to Statehood. Alabama Children Confront the Civil War. Index 91-100.
Summer 2011, No. 101
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Simple Serenity: Birmingham's Japanese Gardens. Requiem for Jimmie Lee Jackson. Return to Holy Ground: The Legendary Battle Site Discovered. Southern Delight: Ola Delight Lloyd Smith Cook.
Fall 2011, No. 102
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"The Nation’s Guest": The Marquis De Lafayette’s Tour of Alabama. Phantoms of the Wiregrass: Tracing the Incarnations of Alabama Folklore. "Martyrs...to a Mock Cause": Murder, Mayhem, and an Honorable Scrubbing in Tuscaloosa. Places in Peril 2011: Alabama’s Endangered Historic Landmarks.
Winter 2012, No. 103
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Mining Alabama's Carrara: The Forgotten History of Sylacauga's Marble Industry. William Augustus Bowles: Adventurous Rogue of the Old Southwest. Alabama: Richest in Biodiversity. "He Means to Have His Way": Benjamin Sterling Turner, Alabama's First African American Congressman.
Spring 2012, No. 104
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Pioneer Professional: The Extraordinary Career of Doctor Thomas Fearn. Seeking Solace from the Dead: The Spiritualists of Mobile. The Memoir that Wasn’t: An Alabama Slave, a New England Poet, and the Scandal that Changed the Abolitionist Movement. Landmark Loss and Renewal: Update and Retrospective on the April 2011 Storms.
Summer 2012, No. 105
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Voices from the Past: The New Museum of Alabama Takes Shape. Letters from Exile. Awaiting Justice: "Scottsboro Boy" Clarence Norris. The Rise and Decline of Alabama’s Redneck Riviera.
Fall 2012, No. 106
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"The Last Blood Shed in the Civil War": Gaylesville and the Bushwacker Cattle Raid. "The Sacred Circle": The Circuit Rider's Family in Antebellum Alabama. When Only the Heavens Wept: Death at Banner Mine. Places in Peril 2012: Alabama's Endangered Historic Landmarks.
Winter 2013, No. 107
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The Land of Alabama: A Field Trip / Slave Fighting in the Old South / Joe Rumore: More than Radio’s “Good Neighbor” / Both Sides of the Lens: Photographs by the Sheckelford Family, Fayette County, 1900-1935
Spring 2013, No. 108
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History on the Move / Exploring the Old Federal Road / Coach John Heisman on Stage at Auburn / A Force of Nature: Mary Norman Moore
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