Ala. Heritage issue preview: fall 2009
In Our Fall Issue...
Remembering Mrs. Rena: The East Alabama Soothsayer
By Elizabeth W. Wade
Rena Teel could see the future and find the missing, but she was hardly your garden-variety roadside fortune teller. Read more...
Alabama Illustrated: Engravings from Nineteenth-Century Newspapers
By Kelsey Scouten Bates and James L. Baggett
Thanks to advances in nineteenth-century print technology, images of life in Alabama appeared in national and international publications—and have been preserved for a new age. Read more...
From Alabama to Amendola And Back: Journey of a B-17 Pilot
By James L. Noles Jr.
World War II Army Air Forces pilot Bill Tune of Carbon Hill had nearly reached his fiftieth combat mission when his luck ran out. Read more...
Places in Peril 2009: 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 spotlight the state’s threatened landmarks. Read more...
Southern Architecture and Preservation
The POW Murals: Anniston’s Hidden Treasures
By Joan McKinney
By Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton
Finding Our African American Legacy: New Tools for the Researcher
By Clark E. Center Jr.
Reading the Southern Past
20A World A-Changing
By Stephen Goldfarb
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