Alabama Heritage: Fall 2008 Issue Preview
In Our Fall 2008 Issue...
Lilies, Jaybirds, and George: The Art in Mose T’s Trees
By Anton Haardt
Quirky, vibrant, and childlike, the images Mose Tolliver painted on extraordinary surfaces propelled the Montgomery artist from obscurity to folk art fame. Read more...
Honorary Degrees for the Alabama Corps of Cadets
By Matthew C. Edmonds
Half a century after they left school to fight in the Civil War, University of Alabama cadets
finally received closure. Read more...
Captives of Consumption: Alabama’s Battle with Tuberculosis
By Alissa Nutting
Hampered by a lack of knowledge and funding, the people of Alabama fought desperately to overcome the devastating effects of tuberculosis, a disease that ravaged the state well into the mid-twentieth century.Read more...
Places in Peril 2008: Alabama’s Endangered Historic Landmarks
By Melanie Betz Gregory
Once again, the Alabama Historical Commission, the Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation, and Alabama Heritage, have teamed up to bring the state's threatened landmarks to the forefront. Read more...
Southern Architecture and Preservation
The Workaday Alabama Landscape
By W. Andrew Waldo
Cedar Cove: A Town That Disappeared
By Aileen Kilgore Henderson
Union Chapel Mine: Or, When Salamanders Slimed the Earth
By L. J. Davenport
Reading the Southern Past
Freedom Riders, the Race Beat, and Alabama
By Stephen Goldfarb
Contributors, Sources, and Suggested Readings
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