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In Our Summer Issue...
Where the Dead Speak: Black Belt Cemeteries and their Stories
By Thomas C. Ware
The aging stones of some of Alabama ’s oldest Black Belt cemeteries tell the stories of people and their towns—of a world long past.
The Sacking of Athens and the Souring of ‘Civil’ War
By Thomas Ress
In 1862 Union occupation of a sma ll North Alabama town, and the ensuing scandal, reshaped the boundaries of gentlemanly war.
Hollywood’s Reluctant Star: Forrest James
By John White
As a college student, Forrest James starred in the fi lm Stark Love but passed up a Hollywood career, choosing instead to build his life and legacy in his home state of Alabama . Read more...
Southern Architecture and Preservation
Shoal Creek Church
By Joseph M. Jones
The Shoemaker and His Bride: The Story Behind a Picture
By Ernest Dollar
The Story of Croom and Croomia
By L. J. Davenport
Rea ding the Southern Past
Fame, Fleeting and Fragile: Remembering Forsyth, Hilliard, and Nott
By Stephen Goldfarb
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