They too call Alabama home: African American profiles, 1800-1999
"Professional historian and scholar Dr. Richard Bailey offers an examination of the contributions to American life made by more than 300 individuals, all of whom have ties to Alabama. Members of this diverse group influenced education, religion, civil rig
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Adams African American Alabama A&M University Alabama State University Alpha April Association Atlanta attorney Auburn University August Award Baptist Church became began Birmingham Post-Herald Black Officeholders Booker born Call Alabama Home career Carpetbaggers Charles Chicago City city's civic civil rights Clement Richardson Colored Committee Council County Davis December degree director District elected father February George Georgia graduated Hall of Fame Haralson High School Holtzclaw honor included Jackson James January John Johnson Jones July June King later League Lewis Lowndes County March married Martin mayor Miles College Mobile Montgomery Advertiser mother NAACP named Negro November October Paige political president race Rapier received record Richard Bailey Scalawags Scott Selma September served Smith South Southern Talladega College teacher Thomas Trenholm Tuscaloosa Tuskegee Institute Tuskegee University United University of Alabama Walker Washington William Willie Young