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  • Gordon, Samuel A. (1930)
    Granting that the ammonium salts of phosphoric acid are desirable as fertilizers, and that their importance in the fertilizer industry is assured, I undertook this series of experiments in January, 1928 with the idea of ...
  • Burgin, Maggie (University of Alabama Libraries, 1931)
    Chapter one of this thesis deals with the early primary regulations in Alabama, and is therefore mostly historical. Early methods of making nominations are discussed, and the desire on the part of the voters for a primary ...
  • Mayfield, Sara (University of Alabama Libraries, 1931)
    "Say quick,"quoth he, "I bid thee say – What manner of man art thou?"
  • Harwell, F. L. (University of Alabama Libraries, 1931)
    In the past many chemists have been attracted by the inherent possibilities in the oxidation of hydrochloric acid by atmospheric oxygen as a means of evolving chlorine cheaply. It was along this line of thought that such ...
  • Ward, Gladys (University of Alabama Libraries, 1932)
    According to contemporaries, one of the most interesting characters in Tuscaloosa County during the Reconstruction period was the young newspaper editor, Ryland Randolph. He made a brave fight for the county in those dark ...
  • Bell, Robert K. (University of Alabama Libraries, 1933)
    When the people of Tuscaloosa County saw the war clouds begin gathering over the Southland, they were among the first to take their stand for the principles and institutions they thought to be just and correct. At the ...
  • Mustin, Louise Goodwyn (University of Alabama Libraries, 1936)
  • Moulder, William Palmer (University of Alabama Libraries, 1936)
    Centre Ridge is located in the southern part of Dallas County, Alabama. From its southern end the Ridge runs in a northwesterly direction. A little over two thirds of it is in township thirteen, North, and the remainder ...
  • Hawse, Doris Hartwell (University of Alabama Libraries, 1936)
    Given a vital contact with the daily life of man by his use of it as a constant moral touch-stone, it must yet be out of reach or his logic and his intellectual proving. If it exist in and or and for the soul, it may not ...
  • Smith, Clyde Marshall (University of Alabama Libraries, 1936)
    Throughout the course of history, there have been characters who have over shadowed their contemporaries. It is natural that we point with pride to our favorite statesmen who have played such an important part in shaping ...
  • Phillips, Marshall Fred (University of Alabama Libraries, 1939)
    Birmingham was incorporated December 19, 1871. Two years later, 1873, the baby city was laid low by a financial depression and an epidemic or cholera which brought poverty, death, and despair to the inhabitants. In the ...
  • Bumpers, Eula Barnes (University of Alabama Libraries, 1944)
    The problem of this thesis is to collect, to synthesize, and to interpret interrelated facts pertinent to the expansion of Childersburg, Alabama and its school during the first two and one-half rears of world War II.
  • Smith, Edmund Marvin (University of Alabama Libraries, 1946)
    The private academies of Alabama cannot justly be ignored in the history of education in this state. Their graduates have gone out to exert influence in various professions and vocations. Their provisions for high school ...
  • Robinson, William Elijah (University of Alabama Libraries, 1947)
    Eldridge Baptist Academy was one of the chain of mountain schools operated by the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. These schools were part of the Academy movement in education and exerted a worthy ...
  • Moseley, Stephen Henry (University of Alabama Libraries, 1948)
    Baldwin County, situated in the southernmost part of Alabama between Mobile and Perdido Bays, has a million acres of land and a long shoreline with both gulf coast and bay shore. Since it is semi-maritime in economy ...
  • Clark, James Harold (University of Alabama Libraries, 1949)
    This study of the North East and South West Alabama Railroad is to show the desire and demand for better transportation facilities which began to arise around the middle of the nineteenth century in Alabama and of the ...
  • Clark, Elizabeth Boner (University of Alabama Libraries, 1949)
    Almost from the first day of its organization, the penitentiary system of Alabama was a source of trouble to the state, and for years its operation was unprofitable in every sense. From the beginning, penology in Alabama ...
  • Maisel, Jay Max (University of Alabama Libraries, 1949)
    Long before the Civil War, the southern states had realized the importance of state sovereignty. The infringement upon the rights of state sovereignty was a perpetual source of discontent and animosity between the North ...
  • Lumpkin, John Irvin (University of Alabama Libraries, 1949)
    Suffragists were not united in support of a federal amendment. The National Woman Suffrage Association was founded May 15, 1869, with the object of promoting a sixteenth amendment to enfranchise women. Another organization ...
  • Simms, Elizabeth LaLonde (Mimi) (University of Alabama Libraries, 1950)
    The Flag of the Union ranks among the important and influential newspapers of Alabama. A fortunate combination of proper timing, strategic geographical location, and able and forthright editors made this possible.

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