Ala. Heritage: Spring 2010 Issue Preview
In Our Spring Issue...
Tattered Banners: Alabama’s Civil War Flags
By Robert Bradley
Thanks to efforts by the Alabama Department of Archives and History, Alabama’s Civil War flags offer insights into an often-neglected aspect of the war effort. Read more...
Sidney Dickinson in Alabama: The Changing South on Canvas
By Martha R. Severens
Drawn to Alabama by his humanitarian family, artist Sidney Dickinson found the inspiration for haunting portraits of a new world emerging from the ruins of the old. Read more...
Prince Madoc and the Stubborn Persistence of a Legend
By John C. Hall
A blue-eyed, pre-Columbian prince of Wales, under self-imposed exile, discovered Alabama! Or so we’ve been told. Read more...
By Robert D. Temple
Alabama’s state lines hold stories of historic treaties, frontier astronomers, an Indian trail, a British king, a stingy governor, and plenty of mistakes. Read more...
Southern Architecture and Preservation
Extreme Makeover: Fort Toulouse’s Graves House
By Robert Gamble
Quarter by Quarter
By Joseph W. Pearson, Megan L. Bever, and Matthew Downs
Art in the South
Where Katie Was Born: Adventures in Provenance
By Robert C. Mellown, with James. K. McNutt
Reading the Southern Past
Creek Indians throughout History
By Stephen Goldfarb
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