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In Our Spring Issue...
"The Uplift of Humanity": Booker T. Washington in Context
By Robert J. Norrell
Booker T. Washington was a champion and icon of African American progress in his time, and the touchstone for debate in ours. Read more...
History In Ruins
Text by Robert Gamble
Photography by Robin McDonald
Alabama’s ruins evoke a sense of nostalgic romanticism, but tell a story of neglect, abandonment, and missed opportunities for restoration and preservation. Read more...
Alabama Children Confront the Civil War
By James Marten
Though many Alabama children did not experience the Civil War up close, the conflict took its toll on their lives in subtle and lasting ways. Read more...
The Moundville Duck Bowl
By Bill Bomar
Quarter by Quarter
By Joseph W. Pearson, Megan L. Bever, and Matthew L. Downs
Portraits and Landscapes
Abraham Mordecai: “The Cradle-Rocker of Montgomery”
By Robert D. Temple
The Basement: Foundations of Alabama’s Largest Christian Youth Movement
By Charity R. Carney
Eight Acre Rock
By L. J. Davenport
Reading the Southern Past
Philip Henry Gosse
By Stephen Goldfarb
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