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  • 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.
  • Dorsey, John T. (University of Alabama Libraries, 1950)
    There has been an increasing realization in recent years that no one of the various disciplines concerned with the study of man and his society, ranging from biology through the social sciences to philosophy, is sufficient ...
  • Willson, Edward O. (1950)
    The imported fire ant, Solenopsis saevissima richteri Forel, is the southernmost race of a widespread and highly variable South American ant. It was introduced into the port of Mobile, Alabama, sometime around 1918 and by ...
  • Taylor, Paul Wayne (University of Alabama Libraries, 1951)
    To draw a general picture of life in the Southern ante-bellum city of Mobile is the aim of this paper. The first chapter is intended to set the social, economic, and political scene, being given over to no specific phase ...
  • Scudder, John Ralph (University of Alabama Libraries, 1951)
    The Alabama and Chattanooga Railroad Company was formed in December, 1868, out of the purchase of the North East and South West Alabama Railroad by the Wills Valley Railroad Company to build a railroad diagonally across ...
  • Harper, Ian Ann (University of Alabama Libraries, 1951)
    This is a study of "natural groups" among the staff and the inmates at the Alabama State Prison for women. Its purpose is the investigation of the nature and function of the social and cultural behavior of the individuals ...
  • Delaney, Caldwell (University of Alabama Libraries, 1952)
    The marriage at Augusta in 1809 of Sarah Minge Walker and George Walton united two of Georgia's prominent post-Revolutionary families.
  • Carter, Jack Melton (University of Alabama Libraries, 1953)
    In 1947 the United States Military Academy began the practice of holding an annual intercollegiate debate tournament in which schools from all geographical regions of the United States participated. In order for a ...
  • Pate, James August (University of Alabama Libraries, 1955)
    Basil Manly II was born January 29, 1798, in Chatham County, North Carolina, near Pittsboro. His father, a farmer who had settled in Bladen County and had spent most of his early life there, had led a band of homeguards ...
  • Landry, Harral E. (University of Alabama Libraries, 1958)
    Education in sixteenth century England was mostly available at schools in even the small towns and villages, although frequently only for rudimentary instruction, if the parents and children desired to avail themselves of ...
  • McKeown, George Baker (University of Alabama Libraries, 1960)
    A comprehensive investigation of reaction mechanisms of sulfonyl compounds was initiated in this Laboratory in 1949. At that time an insight into these reaction mechanisms was sought by determining the steric requirements ...
  • Oldshue, Jerry C. (University of Alabama Libraries, 1961)
    The secession movement in Alabama has been studied in considerable detail, both in a special state monograph and in various treatments of the secession movement in the South. Despite the intensive study already devoted ...
  • Taylor, Arthur R. Jr. (University of Alabama Libraries, 1961)
    This dissertation concerns a branch of physical chemistry that began in the era when chemistry was first emerging as a recognized branch of natural philosophy. Antoine Lavoisier, "the father of chemistry," conducted some ...
  • Williams, George C. (University of Alabama Libraries, 1961)
    In an earlier work, rates of reaction of iodide ion with cyclopentylmethyl bromide and cyclohexylmethyl bromide in dry acetone were determined. These two compounds reacted at about the same rate, but there were differences ...
  • Payne, Lamar Bishop (University of Alabama Libraries, 1962)
    The purpose of this study was to synthesize the p-toluene-sulfates and methanesulfates of cis- and trans-2,2,5,5-tetramethyl-1,3-cyclohexanediol and to determine their behavior toward solvolytic and substitution reactions ...
  • Franklin, James C. (University of Alabama, 1962)
    The purpose of the experiments described in this thesis was to prepare certain cyclopropane derivatives by the reaction of 1-ethoxyvinyl acetate with various diazo compounds, and to investigate the behavior of the resulting ...
  • Gober, Richard Wayne (1963)
    Today there is an increasing emphasis on the use of the ideas of probability theory in the simulation of a variety of models suitable for the description and interpretation of complex problems. These problems involve ...
  • Hubbert, Paul Ray (University of Alabama Libraries, 1964)
    Over three centuries ago the citizens of this country expressed a faith in education which abides until this day. The fact that education and this nation's political theory are inextricably woven is so axiomatic that ...
  • Wilder, James Chapman (University of Alabama Libraries, 1964)
    A survey of Alabama history books shows nothing significant to have been written about the early Alabama Negro press. However, Alabama's Negro press was founded immediately after Reconstruction, the period in which almost ...
  • Gasser, Raymond Frank (University of Alabama Libraries, 1965)
    The purpose of this study is to present a detailed and accurate description of the morphogenesis and histogenesis of the muscles in man supplied by the facial or seventh cranial nerve together with the morphogenesis of the ...

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