New Alabama Heritage Issue--Winter 2009
In Our Winter Issue...
The McCrarys of Madison County: Two Centuries and Counting
By Joseph M. Jones
Well before there was a state of Alabama , the McCrary family worked the soil of the Tennessee River Valley . And they still do.
The Reclusive Adelaide Mahan: A Brierfield Original
By Sandra Herrin Swindall
Artist Adelaide Mahan challenged the norms for early twentieth-century women, leaving her Brierfield home to study art, earn a living, and travel internationally, all the while maintaining a fiery independent spirit.
The BSC-Howard Rivalry: Birmingham’s ‘Battle of the Marne’
By Benjamin Lewellyn and Peter Starr
For thirty-three years, Birmingham-Southern College and Howard College met on the football field to determine the winner of a rivalry that captivated Alabama’s largest city—and stirred up a fair share of shenanigans.
Southern Architecture and Preservation
To Enliven, Not to Embalm
By Frank J. Nola Jr.
Mint Julep: A Gentleman’s Drink
By Lisa Cahill
By Norwood Kerr
Reading the Southern Past
"A Fearful Aggregate of Woe"
By Stephen Goldfarb
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