• The Alabama Review

    Booker T Washington

    Booker T. Washington

    From the George Grantham Bain Collection, Library of Congress

    Q36929

    Chilton County Peach Festival Parade

    Q40511

    Lurleen Wallace

    Gubernatorial candidate Lurleen Wallace shaking hads with Bear Bryant at the Peace Officers Convention, June 6, 1966.

    Q46195

    Coach Shug Jordan

    Coach Shug Jordan and another man, seated behind a desk while filming a television program (1950-1959).

    Q4653

    Loading cotton

    Loading cotton onto the steamboat Magnolia on the Alabama River. From the Illustrated London News May 4, 1861.

    Q46799

    Zeus Missle

    Army's Zeus Missle in front of the Goddard House at Redstone Arsenal, 1941.

    Q5032

    Searching for Rebels

    Searching for Rebels in a cave in Alabama. Sketched by Mr. Hubner, Third Ohio Volunteers. Harper's Weekly August 16, 1862.

    Q5796

    Training at Brookley Field

    African-American soldiers scaling a wall during training at Brookley Field in Mobile, Alabama, June 5, 1943.

  • R. Volney Riser, Editor
    alabamareview@uwa.edu 
     

    The Alabama Review is a peer-reviewed academic journal that presents the best of scholarship on the history of the state. Published by the Alabama Historical Association in cooperation with the Auburn University history department, the Review covers a wide range of topics: pre-Revolutionary War colonization, Native Americans, state and regional politics, the Confederacy and the Civil War, Reconstruction, industrialization, education, the civil rights movement, and religion are only some of the subjects you will find in the pages of the Review. In addition to regular articles, the journal features book reviews and notes, annotated documents, and research opportunities.

    The Review welcomes submissions from professional and amateur historians. Please review our Submission and Editorial Policies for guidelines. Subscriptions to the journal can be obtained through membership in the Alabama Historical Association, which starts at $15 for students.

    Select back issues of the Review are available for $15 through the editorial office (discounts are available on orders of five or more issues). The journal can also be found in libraries across the state.

    You can find extra online materials for select articles in the Table of Contents for the specific issue.  


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