MAYS, WILLIE HOWARD, 1931-

Biography:

Baseball player. Born– May 6, 1931, Westfield, Ala. Parents– William Howard and Ann Mays. Married– Mae Louise Allen, November 27, 1971. Children– One. Education– Fairfield High School. Employed by Birmingham Black Barons Baseball Team, 1948-1950; New York Giants Baseball, Trenton, N.J., 1950-1951, Minneapolis, 1951, New York; San Francisco Giants, 1951-1972; New York Mets, 1972-1973; U.S. Army, 1952-1954. Honors– National League’s Most Valuable Player, 1954, 1965; Baseball’s Player of the Year in 1954 and Player of the Decade, 1970; Hickok Belt, 1954; Male Athlete of the Year, Associated Press, 1954.

Source:

Who’s Who in America, 1978.

Publication(s):

Say Hey; the Autobiography of Willie Mays. New York; Simon and Shuster, 1988.

Joint_Publication(s):

Born to Play Ball. New York; Putnam, 1955.

Danger in Center Field. Larchmont, N.Y.; Argonaut Books, 1963.

My Secrets of Playing Baseball. New York; Viking, 1967.

Willie Mays; My Life in and Out of Baseball. New York; Dutton, 1966.

McALISTER, HUGH (Pseudonym)

See:

Lide, Alice Alston

McCAIN, JAMES W., 1934-

Biography:

Born– Birmingham, 1934. Married– Opal Johnson. Children– One. Member– Civitan Club, board of trustees of Guntersville Public Library; president of the Alabama Library Trustees.

Source:

SCRIPSIT.

Joint_Publication(s):

A Trustee’s Manual for Alabama Public Libraries. S.l.; Friends and Trustees, Alabama Library Association, 1970.

Assistant_Editor:

The Handbook for Library Trustees. (New York; Bowker?), 1955.

McCALL, SIDNEY (Pseudonym)

See:

Fenollosa, Mary McNeill

McCAMMON, ROBERT RICK, 1952-

Biography:

Novelist. Born– July 17, 1952. Parents– Jack and Barbara (Bundy) McCammon, Birmingham. Education– B.A., University of Alabama, 1974; editor, Crimson White. Employed by Loveman’s Department Store, 1974-1975; Dalton Booksellers, 1976; editor, Birmingham Post Herald.

Source:

Anniston Star, July 3, 1983, page 4E, Contemporary Authors, Vol. 81.

Publication(s):

Baal. New York; Avon, 1978.

Bethany’s Sin. New York; Avon, 1980.

Blue World. London; Grafton, 1990.

Boy’s Life. New York; Pocket Books, 1991.

Mine. New York; Pocket Books, 1990.

Mystery Walk. New York; Avon, 1982.

Night Boat. New York; Pocket Books, 1988.

Stinger. New York; Pocket Books, 1988.

Swan Song. New York; Pocket Books, 1987.

They Thirst. New York; Avon, 1981.

They Thirst. New York; Pocket Books, 1988.

Usher’s Passing. New York; Holt, Rhinehart, 1984.

Wolf’s Hour. New York; Pocket Books, 1989.

Contributor:

Hardshell; All Original Stories. New York; Berkeley Books, 1988.

Night Fears. London?; Headline, 1989.

McCANN, FRANKLIN THRESHER, 1903-1969

Biography:

Educator. Born– October 19, 1903, Dayton, Ohio. Parents– Judge and Mrs. B.F. McCann. Married– Esther Nelson. Children– Three. Education– B.A., Denison College; M.A., Harvard; M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University. Employed by Denison and Columbia; Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1947; acting head, English Department, Auburn University, 1953-1954. Member– Alabama College English Teacher’s Association; Auburn Board of Education.

Source:

Files at Alabama Department of Archives and History.

Publication(s):

English Discovery of America to 1585. New York; Kings Crown Press, 1952.

Coordinator:

Recommendations for Auburn School Program, 1960-70. Auburn, Ala.; Auburn Committee for Better Schools, 1959.

McCLAIN, WILLIAM BOBBY, 1938-

Biography:

Minister. Born– May 19, 1938, Gadsden, Ala. Married– Jo Ann Mattos. Children– Two. Education– A.B., Clark College, 1960; M. Divinity, Boston University School of Theology, 1962; D. Ministry, Boston University, 1977. Employed as minister, Haven United Methodist Church, Anniston, Ala., 1962-1964; pastor, Union United Methodist Church, Boston, Mass., 1968-1978; executive director, Urban Training Center, Boston, 1966-1979; executive director, Multi-Ethnic Center for Ministry, Drew University, 1978; chairman, New England Black Methodists for Church Renewal, 1968-1971; consultant, Lily Foundation, Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Church.

Source:

Who’s Who Among Black Americans, 1980-81.

Publication(s):

Black People in the Methodist Church; Whither Thou Goest? Cambridge, Mass.; Schenkman Publishing Co., 1984.

The Black Worship Experience in America. Boston; Project Report (D. Min)–Boston University, 1977.

The Soul of Black Worship. Madison, N.J.; Multi-Ethnic Center for Ministry, Drew University, 1980.

Strangers at Home. Madison, N.J.; Multi-Ethnic Center for Ministry, Wesley House, Drew University, [between 1978 and 1981].

Traveling Light; Christian Perspectives on Pilgrimage and Pluralism. New York; Friendship Press, 1981.

McCLENDON, JAMES B.

Biography:

Administrator, farmer. Born– Attala, Ala. Education– Jacksonville State College; M.S., George Peabody College, graduate study, Columbia University. Employed by University of Berlin, Freiburg University; assistant to the president, Gulf Park College, Gulfport, Miss.; civilian personnel officer, Smyrna Army Air Force Base, Smyrna, Tenn., World War II; owned and operated a motor freight line; farmer, Sumner County, Tenn., 1966-.

Source:

The jacket to Bone and Striffen.

Publication(s):

Bone and Striffen. Nashville; Blue and Gray Press, 1972.

McCLUER, LEON, 1893-

Biography:

Educator. Born– October 1, 1893, Champaign, Ill. Parents– George Washington and Elizabeth (Parrill) McCluer. Married– Mary Moore, February 10, 1921. Children– Three. Education– Millsaps College, 1915-1916; B.S., 1926; M.S., 1927, George Peabody College. Employed as school principal, 1916-1917; U.S. Army, 1917-1918; school principal, Bay Saint Louis, 1921-1925; principal, Jacsonville, Ala. Normal High School, Jacksonville State University. Honors– Chapel, Jacksonville State University.

Source:

Following McClure Ancestors.

Publication(s):

Following McClure Ancestors; Life in Mississippi in the Teens. Verona, Va.; McClure Printing Co., 1974.

McCONNELL, ANDREW M., 1873-1950

Biography:

Lecturer; magazine editor; founder of a cult of human electricty as a universal cure.  Born– Blount County, Ala., April 1873. Parents– William T. and Araminta  Matilda Adams McConnell. Married–  Marion D. Daniel.  Children–one. Education– Blount College, Blountsville; Southern University, Greensboro. Purchased and edited magazine Alkahest; inaugurated Alkahest Lyceum system for promoting and booking educational entertainment; founded McConnell Library Association, to provide lectures to public libraries; founder of the Consumer’s Co-operative Union, a buying union.  Spent many years institutionized after an attempt to murder his wife. Died November 24, 1950.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 5.

Publication(s):

Echoes from the Heart; Songs Piped During the First Year of Manhood. Atlanta, Ga.; The Foote & Davies Co., 1895.

Human Electricity; Scientific Basis of Life. New York; s.n., 1909.

McCORD, EDGAR OLIVER, 1867-1943

Biography:

Educator. Born– March 1, 1867, Conyers, Ga. Parents– William H. and Ellen G. (Davis) McCord. Married– Rena B. Hudson. Children– Five. Education– North Georgia Agricultural College. Taught in Marshall County, Ala.; helped establish Blount College; superintendent, Attalla Public Schools; founded the Marshall County News; practiced law, Albertville, 1893; twice mayor, Albertville.

Source:

Owen’s Dictionary of Alabama Biography and from SCRIPSIT.

Publication(s):

Minneola, the Queen of the Cherokees; a Thrilling Romance of Savage Days in Marshall County. Albertville, Ala.; Thompson Printing Co., 1943? (First appeared serially in the November 8, 15, 2, 29th, and December 6th, 1894 Marshall News.)

McCORD, HOWARD FURMAN, 1888-1983

Biography:

Farmer. Born– July 24, 1888, Calera, Ala. Parents– James M. & Florence (Pratt) McCord. Married– Irene Cleveland, 1927. Children– Two. Education– A.B., 1910, Howard College. Employed; farmer; U.S. Department of Agriculture. Honors– award for his contribution to progress in agriculture and agribusiness, honored by the Bibb County Historical Association, 1976. Died November 13, 1983.

Source:

The jacket on Baptists of Bibb County.

Publication(s):

Baptists of Bibb County; a Denominational Salute to the People Called Baptists in Cahawba (Bibb) County, Alabama, 1817-1974. S.l.; s.n., 1979.

McCORD, LEON CLARENCE, 1878-1952

Biography:

Lawyer, judge. Born– 1878, Conyers, Ga. Parents– Henry and Ellen Grant (Davis) McCord. Education– studied law under Jesse E. Brown, Scottsboro. He began the practice of law in 1900 in Guntersville; also practiced in Scottsboro. In 1913, he moved to Montgomery and became secretary of the Supreme Court of Alabama. He practiced law in Montgomery and was State Railroad Commissioner, Judge of the 15th Judicial Circuit of Alabama, and, for thirteen years was presiding judge of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals 5th District.

Source:

SCRIPSIT and from New York Times, February 12, 1952.

Publication(s):

I Believe in Man. New York; Harper & Brothers, 1929.

McCORVEY, THOMAS CHALMERS, 1851-1932

Biography:

University professor. Born– August 18, 1851, Monroe County, Ala. Parents– Murdock and Lydia Jane (Ranaldson) McCorvey. Married– Netta L. Tutwiler, July 22, 1880. Children– Four. Education– Monroe Institute, Erskine College; A.B., B. Laws, 1873; A.M, 1875, University of Alabama. Employed as commandant of cadets, faculty, University of Alabama, 1874; professor of history and political science, 1888-1923. Member– Board of Visitors, U.S. Military Academy, 1886, Alabama Centennial Commission, 1919. Honors– LL.D., University of Alabama, 1906.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 1 and from George B. Johnston’s Thomas Chalmers McCorvey….

Publication(s):

Alabama’s Brood and Other Historical Poems. Birmingham, Ala.; Birmingham Pub. Co., 1927.

The Government of the People of the State of Alabama. Philadelphia; Eldredge & brothers, 1895.

McCOWN, JAMES H., 1911-

Biography:

Priest, educator. Born– February 24, 1911, Mobile, Ala. Parents– James Moore and Rosemary (Hart) McCown. Education– B.S., Spring Hill College, 1932; St. Mary’s School of Theology, St. Mary’s, Kan. Employed as teacher after entering Society of Jesus; high school counselor, Shreveport, La., 1950-1951.

Source:

Contemporary Authors, Vol. 89.

Publication(s):

Elephants Have the Right of Way; a Year of Content in East Africa, June 21, 1968-June 21, 1969. Liguori, Mo.; Liguori Publications, 1974.

Nicaraguan Diary, April 20-May 7, 1987. Mobile, Ala.; s.n., 1987.

Visit to a Small Alaskan Village. Mobile, Ala.; Brill, 1988.

McCRACKEN, WILLIAM LIONEL, 1915-

Biography:

Artist, educator. Born– October 13, 1915, Greenville, Ill. Parents– William Arthur and Ruby Glenn (Ehrstine) McCracken. Married– Ruth Louise Malan, February 24, 1939. Children– Four. Education– Greenville College, Greenville, Ill.; D.D.S., 1938, St. Louis University School of Dentistry; M.S., University of Michigan, 1952. Self-employed as dentist, 1938-1943, 1946-1950; U.S. Army Dental Corps, 1943-1946; professor of dentistry, University of Alabama. Member– Phi Kappa Phi, American and Alabama Dental Associations, Southeast Academy of Prosthedontics.

Source:

Who’s Who in Alabama, Vol. 1.

Publication(s):

Partial Denture Construction; Principles and Techniques. St. Louis; Mosby, 1960. (Later editions were published under the title McCracken’s Removable Partial Prosthodontics.)

McDAVID, MITTIE ROSE OWEN, 1873-1948

Biography:

Writer. Born– Birmingham, Ala. , March 31, 1873.   Parents– Rose Wellington and Sarah Emma (Smith) Owen. Married– Edmund Richardson McDavid, June 30, 1891. Children– Four. Education– Tuscaloosa Episcopal School, Huntsville College. Member– Birmingham Writers Club, (president), National Genealogical Society of America, Daughters of the American Revolution, United Daughters of the Confederacy. Died July 1, 1948.

Source:

Owen’s Story of Alabama, Vol. III, and from Biographical Dictionary of Southern Authors.

Publication(s):

The Children of the Meadows. New York; The Cosmopolitan Press, 1912.

Church of the Advent; Its History and Tradition. Birmingham, Ala.; Birmingham Publishing Co., 1943.

Culinary Crinkles. Birmingham, Ala.; Women’s Guild, Church of the Advent, 1919.

John Smith, Esquire; His Ancestors and His Descendants. Birmingham, Ala.; Birmingham Pub. Co., 1948.

Knight of the Knot of Blue; the Legend of a Name. Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Bookfellows at the Torch Press, 1930.

Princess Pocahontas. New York; The Neale Publishing Co., 1907.

Compiler:

Malissa’s Lyrics. S.l.; s.n., 1976.

McDERMOTT, JOHN CLARK

Biography:

Attorney, auditor. Born– Spring City, Tenn. Parents– John G. and Clark (Hansell) McDermott. Education– U. S. Naval Academy; LL.B., Chattanooga College of Law. Employed as an attorney, auditor, State of Alabama.

Source:

SCRIPSIT.

Publication(s):

Probate Judge’s Handbook – State of Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.; Roberts & Sons, 1958.

McDONALD, CLARABEL ISDELL, 1902-1999

Biography:

Missionary. Born– November 24, 1902, Albertville. Parents– Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lusk Isdell. Education– WMU Training School, Louisville, Ky.; B.A., Howard College; M.A., George Peabody College. Employed as Southern Baptist Missionary, China and Hawaii, 1936-1960; director of library services, Solitude Baptist Church, Albertville. Died July 31, 1999.

Source:

SCRIPSIT.

Publication(s):

The Story of Robert Lusk Isdell. Albertville, Ala.; Thompson Printing Co., 1979.

McDONALD, DOROTHY CARTER, 1927-

Biography:

Artist. Born– December 3, 1927, Florence, Ala. Parents– Edward Lacy and Alma Thora (Hall) Carter. Married– William Lindsey McDonald, November 3, 1945. Children– Two. Education– She received a certificate, Famous Artists School, 1963; B.S., 1971, Florence State University. Employed; private studio, 1963-1968; Florence Recreation Department, 1963-1966; Deschler High School, Tuscumbia, 1970-1971. Member– Tennessee Valley Historical Society, Tennessee Valley Art Association, National Education Association.

Source:

Who’s Who in Alabama, Vol. III.

Joint_Publication(s):

Paths in the Brier Patch. Huntsville, Ala.; Strode, 1979.

McDONALD, FORREST, 1927-

Biography:

University professor. Born– January 7, 1927, Orange, Tex. Parents– Forrest and Myra (McGill) McDonald. Children– Six. Married– Ellen Shapiro, August 1, 1963. Education– B.A. and M.A., University of Texas, 1949; Ph.D., 1955. Employed as a research training fellow, Social Science Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1951-1953; utility research director, Wisconsin Historical Society, 1953-1956; executive secretary, American History Reseach Center, 1956-1958; taught, Brown University, 1958-1967; Wayne State University, 1967-1976; University of Alabama, 1976. At Alabama was a fellow, Center for the Study of Southern History and Culture; Volker Fellow, 1959; Guggenheim fellow, 1962-1963; George Washington Medal of Honor from Freedom Foundation, 1980; Jefferson Lecturer, 1987.

Source:

Contemporary Authors, Vol. NR5 and from files at Alabama Public Library Service.

Publication(s):

Alexander Hamilton, a Biography. New York; Norton, 1980.

The Anti-Federalist, 1781-1789. Indianapolis, Ind.; Bobbs-Merrill, 1963.

The Boys Were Men. New York; Putnam, 1971.

E Pluribus Unum; the Foundation of the American Republic, 1776-1790. Boston; Houghton, 1965.

Enough Wise Men; the Story of Our Constitution. New York; Putnam, 1970.

Insull. Chicago; University of Chicago Press, 1962.

Let There Be Light; the Electric Utility Industry in Wisconsin, 1881-1955. Madison, Wisc.; American History Research Center, 1957.

Novus Ordo Seclorum; Intellectual Origins of the Constitution. Lawrence; University Press of Kansas, 1985.

The Phaeton Ride; the Crisis of American Success. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; Prentice-Hall, 1974.

The Presidency of George Washington. Lawrence; University Press of Kansas, 1974.

The Presidency of Thomas Jefferson. Lawrence; University Press of Kansas, 1976.

The Torch Is Passed; the United States in the Twentieth Century. Reading, Mass.; Addison-Wesley, 1968. (also published with the title The United States in The Twentieth Century).

We the People; the Economic Origins of the Constitution. Chicago; University of Chicago Press, 1958.

Joint_Publication(s):

A Constitutional History of the United States. New York; F. Watts, 1982.

The Last Best Hope; a History of the United States. Reading, Mass.; Addison-Wesley, 1972.

Requiem; Variations of Eighteenth-Century Themes. Lawrence, Kan.; University Press of Kansas, 1988.

Editor:

Confederation and Constitution. New York; Harper, 1968.

Empire and Nation. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; Prentice-Hall, 1962.

McDONALD, MARGARET SPAIN, 1919-

Biography:

Reporter, volunteer worker. Born– February 22, 1919, Chevy Chase, Md. Parents– Frank Edward and Margaret Ketcham (Cameron) Spain. Married– William Clifford McDonald, Jr., August 1, 1944. Children– Two. Education– Goucher College; Sophie Newcomb College; A.B. Birmingham Southern College, 1939. Employed as woman’s page editor, Birmingham Age Herald, 1931-1941; club worker, ARC CBI, 1943-1945; volunteer worker, Family Counseling Association; director, the Jefferson County Community Chest; executive director, Greater Birmingham Foundation, 1966. Member– Regional Health Planning Commission, Community Action Committee, Birmingham Beautification Board, and Operation New Birmingham. Honors– Woman of the Year, Birmingham Business and Professional Women’s Club, 1971.

Source:

Who’s Who of American Women, 1977.

Publication(s):

Star Witness, Margaret Ketchum Ward; United States Senate Committee on Relations Between Labor and Capital, Relay House in Birmingham, November 15, 1883. S.l.; Historical Activities Committee, National Society of Colonial Dames of America in the State of Alabama. 1977.

McDONALD, THOMAS DENNIS, 1916-

Biography:

Born– May 18, 1916, Huntsville. Parents– James H. and Ola (Dennis) McDonald. Married– Ethel Cranley, November 27, 1943. Children– One. Education– B.S., George Peabody College, 1940; LL.B., Vanderbilt University, 1948. Employed by Ashville, N.C., 1940-1941; U.S. Army, 1941-1945; reporter, Columbus Enquirer, 1945-1946; attorney, Huntsville, 1949-1962; judge, Madison County Court, 1962; wrote for the Fort Benning Bayonet, editor, army field manuals. Members; president, Alabama Association of Intermediate Court Judges.

Source:

Who’s Who in Alabama and from files at Alabama Public Library Service.

Publication(s):

Next of Kin in Jail. Huntsville, Ala.; Strode, 1978.

Joint_Publication(s):

The Code of Madison County, Alabama, 1978. Huntsville, Ala.; Madison County Commission, 1980.

McDONALD, WILLIAM LINDSEY, 1927-

Biography:

Government worker. Born– Florence, Ala., June 7, 1927. Parents– William Ervin and Pauline McRann (Lindsey) McDonald. Married– Dorothy Evelyn Carter, November 3, 1945. Children– Two. Education– B.S., University of North Alabama, 1952; Command and General Staff College, 1974; Industrial College of the Armed Forces, 1975. Employed by U.S. Army, 1945-1947, 1951-1953; Tennessee Valley Authority, 1953-1964; editor, report writer, 1964-1967; planner, supervisor of scheduling and records, National Fertilizer Development Center, 1967. Member– American Fertilizer Development Center, 1967; American Bicentennial Commission, Florence, Tennessee Valley Historical Society, North Alabama Historical Society, Sons of the Confederacy, Alabama Historical Commission.

Source:

Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1978.

Publication(s):

History of the First United Methodist Church, Florence, Alabama, 1822-1984. Birmigham, Ala.; Birmingham Printing and Publishing Co., 1983.

Lore of the River; the Shoals of Long Ago. Florence, Ala.; Florence Historical Board, 1989.

Old North Field. Birmingham, Ala.; Birmingham Printing Co., 1986.

Paths in the Brier Patch. Huntsville, Ala.; Strode, 1979.

Joint_Publication(s):

Sweetwater, Yesteryears. Florence; Author, 1990.

MCDOWELL, DEBORAH E., 1951-

Biography;

Author; University professor of literature.  Born– Bessemer, 1951.  Parents–  Wiley and Jimmye Ziegler McDowell.  Education–Tuskegee Institute, B.A., 1972;  Purdue University.  M.A., 1974; Ph. D., 1979. Professor of English at Colby College, 1979-87; at the University of Virginia, 1987-.  Director of the Carter G. Woodson Center for African American and African Studies at UVA, 2008- .  Appointed Alice Griffin Professor of English, 2000.

Publications;

The Changing Same: Studies in Fiction by Black Women.  Indiana University Press, 1995.

Leaving Pipe Shop: Memories of Kin.  Scribner, 1996.

Editor;

Douglass, Frederick.  Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass.  Oxford University Press, 1999.

Fauset, Jessie.  Plum Bun.  London:  Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1985.

Hopkins,  Pauline.  Of One Blood.  Simon and Shuster, 2004.

Hurston, Zora Neale.  Moses, Man of the Mountain.  New York:  Harper and Row, 1990.

Kelley, Emma Dunham.  Four Girls at Cottage City.  Oxford University Press, 1988.

Larsen, Nella.  Quicksand and Passing.  New Brunswick:  Rutgers University Press, 1986.

Co-Editor:

Slavery and the Literary Imagination.  Johns Hopkins, 1988.

Contributor;

Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader.  New York: Routledge, 1993.

 

 

McDOWELL, MICHAEL, 1950-1999

Biography:

Screenwriter and novelist; author of horror and suspense novels.  Born– June 1, 1950, Enterprise, Ala. Parents– Thomas Eugene and Marian (Mulkey) McDowell. Education– B.A., 1972, Harvard University; Ph.D., Brandeis University, 1978. Taught screenwriting at Tufts and Boston Universities in the 1990′s. Member– National Gay Task Force, Massachusetts Fair Share. Wrote script for Beetlejuice, The Nightmare before Christmas, and other movies and television programs. Died December 27, 1999.

Source:

Contemporary Authors online.

Publication(s):

The Amulet. New York; Avon, 1979.

Blackwater (6 vols. entitled; The Flood, The Levee, The House, The War, The Fortune and The Rain). New York; Avon, 1983.

Clue. New York; Fawcett, 1986.

Cold Moon Over Babylon. New York; Avon, 1980.

The Elementals. New York; Avon, 1981.

Gilded Needles. New York; Avon, 1980.

Jack and Susan in 1913. New York; Ballantine, 1986.

Jack and Susan in 1933. New York; Ballantine, 1987.

Jack and Susan in 1953. New York; Ballantine, 1985.

Katie. New York; Avon, 1982.

Toplin. Santa Cruz, Calif.; Scream Press, 1985.

Joint_Publication(s):

Vermillion; a Mystery. New York; Avon, 1980.

McDUFFIE, JOHN, 1883-1950

Biography:

Attorney, congressman, judge. Born– September 25, 1883, River Ridge, Monroe County, Ala. Parents– John and Virginia Marion (Lett) McDuffie. Married– Cornelia Hixon, October 20, 1915. Children– One. Married– Mary (Clarke) Maxon, September 18, 1941. Education– Southern University, Greensboro; B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1904; LL.B., University of Alabama, 1908. Employed as attorney, Monroeville, 1908; Alabama House of Representatives, 1906-1911; prosecuting attorney, 1st Judicial Circuit of Alabama, 1911-1919; U.S. Congress, 1918-1935; Co-author, Tydings-McDuffie Act; Democratic Whip of the House, 1930-1932 (nominated John Nance Garner for vice president); U.S. Judge, Southern District, Alabama, 1935-1950.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 3 and from National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. 50.

Publication(s):

To Inquiring Friends, If Any; Autobiography. Mobile, Ala.; Azalea City Printers, s.d.

McEACHIN, ARCHIBALD BRUCE, 1910-1978

Biography:

Attorney. Born– January 19, 1910, Tuscaloosa. Parents– Archibald Bruce and Katie (Melton) McEachin. Education– A.B., University of Alabama, 1931; LL.B., University of Alabama, 1933. Employed as attorney, 1933; practiced in Tuscaloosa; partner, McEachin, Ormond, Fulton and Lake; Captain; practiced before U.S. Army; U.S. Supreme Court. Member– Alabama, Tuscaloosa Bar Associations, Tuscaloosa Historical Society, Warrior Tombigbee Development Association.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 7.

Publication(s):

The History of Tuscaloosa, 1816-1880. University, Ala.; Confederate Publishing Co., 1977.

McELROY, JAMES RUSSELL, 1901-1994

Biography:

Attorney, judge. James Russell McElroy was born October 1, 1901, McDowell, Ala. Parents– George Roland and Annie Laurie (Harper) McElroy. Married– Edith Ferrell, December 29, 1928. Children– Two. Education– University of Alabama School of Law, 1923-1924; LL.B., 1925 from Birmingham School of Law. Admitted to the Alabama Bar, 1924; established a private practice and served as Assistant City Attorney in Birmingham. Became member of a legal firm in Birmingham in 1925; judge in the 10th Judicial Circuit in Alabama (serving 1927-1977); presiding judge, 1946-1965; faculty of Birmingham School of Law, 1947-1972; Samford University, Cumberland School of Law after 1965; lecturer in medical jurisprudence at the Medical College of Alabama, 1946-1965. Died June 28, 1994.

Source:

Who’s Who in America, 1978.

Publication(s):

The Law of Evidence in Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.; s.n., 1948.

McFARLAND, PHILIP JAMES, 1930-

Biography:

Teacher; editor. Born– June 20, 1930, Birmingham, Ala. Parents– Thomas Alfred and Lucile (Sylvester) McFarland. Married– Patricia Connors, July 23, 1960. Children– Two. Education– B.A., 1951, Oberlin College; M.A., 1961, St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge University. Employed by U.S. Navy, 1951-1954; textbook editor, Houghton Mifflin, 1958-1964; traveled and lived, Europe, 1964-1966; taught English, Concord Academy, Concord, Mass., 1966-1995. Fellow of the Massachusetts HIstorical Society.

Source:

Contemporary Authors online

Publication(s):

The Brave Bostonians:  Hutchinson, Quincy, Franklin, and the Coming of the American Revolution.  Boulder, Co.:  Westview Press, 1998.

Hawthorne in Concord.  New York: Grove Press, 2004.

A History of Concord Academy.  2 volumes.  The Academy, 1986.

A House Full of Women. New York; Simon & Schuster, 1960.

Loves of Harriet Beecher Stowe.  New York: Grove Press, 2004.

Mark Twain and the Colonel.  Rowman and Littlefield, 2012.

Sea Dangers; the Affairs of the Somers. New York; Schocken Books, 1985.

Seasons of Fear. New York; Schocken Books, 1984.

Sojourners; a Narrative of the Human Adventure …. New York; Atheneum, 1979.

Joint_Editor;

Composition; Models and Exercises. Boston; Harcourt, 1971.

Explorations in Literature.  Houghton Mifflin, 1971.

Forms in Literature.  Houghton Mifflin, 19714.

Golden State Arms–World’s Guns and Other Weapons.  Los Angeles:  Peterson, 1958.

Moments in Literature.  Houghton Mifflin, 1971.

Perceptions in Literature.  Houghton Mifflin, 1971.

Reflections in Literature.  Houghton Mifflin, 1971.

Themes in American Literature.  Houghton Mifflin, 1971.

 

 

McFARLAND, THOMAS ALFRED, JR., 1926-2011

Biography:

Literary scholar; University professor. Born– September 13, 1926, Birmingham, Ala. Parents– Thomas Alfred and Lucille (Sylvester) McFarland. Education– A.B., Harvard University, 1949; M.A., 1951; Ph.D., Yale, 1953; Fulbright scholar, University of Tubingen, 1953-1954. Taught at Oberlin College, 1954-1956, University of Virginia, 1956-1958, Western Reserve University, 1958-1967, Graduate Center, City University of New York, 1967-1978; Princeton, 1978–89; visiting professor, All Souls College, Oxford; University of Colorado; University of Virginia; Yale; and other institutions. Member Modern Language Association.  Fulbright Scholar, 1964-65, 74-75;  American Council of Learned Societies fellow, 1973-1974; National Foundation for the Humanities fellow, 1981-1982. Honorary M.A., Oxford University, 1986. Awarded rank of  Murray Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Princeton, 1989.  Honored with a festschrift volume, The Coleridge Connection, 1989.  Died September 12, 2011.

Source:

Directory of American Scholars, 1982, Who’s Who in America online

Publication(s):

Coleridge and the Pantheist Tradition. London; Clarendon Press, 1969.

The Masks of Keats:  The Endeavor of a Poet.  Oxford University Press,  2000.

Originality and Imagination. Baltimore; Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985.

Paradoxes of Freedom: The Romantic Mystique of a Transcendence. Oxford University Press,  1996.

Romantic Cruxes, the English Essayists and the Spirit of the Age. New York; Oxford University Press, 1987.

Romanticism and the Forms of Ruin; Wordsworth, Coleridge and the Modalities of Fragmentation. Princeton, N.J.; Princeton University Press, 1981.

Romanticism and the Heritage of Rousseau.  Oxford University Press,  1995.

Shakespeare’s Pastoral Comedy. Chapel Hill, N.C.; University of North Carolina Press, 1972.

Shapes of Culture. Iowa City; University of Iowa Press, 1987.

Tragic Meaning in Shakespeare. New York; Random, 1966.

William Wordsworth:  Intensity and Achievement.  Clarendon Press, 1992

Editor:

Opus Maximum:  The Collected Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.  Princeton University Press, 2002.

 

McGIFFIN, LEE SHAFFER, 1908-1978

Biography:

Reporter. Born–October 1, 1908, Delphi, Ind. Parents–Charles Barnes and Daisy Lee Lewis Shaffer.  Married–Norton McGiffin, July 6, 1937.  Children–one. Education– De Pauw University, 1927-29; Syracuse University; University of Alabama, B.A., 1931. Worked as reporter for Syracuse Post Standard, 1931-35;  Buffalo Evening News, 1935-37. Freelance writer after 1937; wrote short stories, children’s books, radio scripts.  Received New York Herald Tribune Children’s Spring Book Festival Honor Award, 1956;Texas Institute of Letters Juvenile Award, 1961;  Theta Sigma Phi Awards, 1961, 1963, 1964.  Died 1978.

Source:

Foremost Women in Communication; Contemporary Authors online.

Publication(s):

A Coat for Private Patrick. New York; Dutton, 1964

The Fifer of San Jacinto. New York; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard, 1956.

High Whistle Charlie. New York; Dutton, 1962.

The Horse Hunters. New York; Dutton, 1963.

The Mustangers. New York; Dutton, 1965.

Pony Soldier. New York; Dutton, 1961.

Rebel Rider. New York; Dutton, 1959.

Ride for Texas. New York; Dutton, 1960.

Riders of Enchanted Valley. New York; Dutton, 1966.

Swords, Stars, and Bars. New York; Dutton, 1958.

Ten Tall Texans. New York; Lothrop, Lee and Shepard, 1956.

Yankee Doodle Dandies; Eight Generals of the American Revolution. New York; Dutton, 1967.

Yankee of the Yalu; Philo Norton McGiffin, American Captain in the Chinese Navy, 1885-1895. New York; Dutton, 1968.

McGINTY, BASIL BEASLEY, 1890-

Biography:

Personnel director, Baptist minister. Born– June 19, 1890, Riverview, Ala. Parents– William Lenin and Laura (Eckles) McGinty. Married– Etta B. Suggs, October 23, 1910. Married– Mary Malissa Hand, January 31, 1924. Children– Four. Education– high school, correspondence courses; ordained Baptist minister. Employed as office employee; personnel director, textile firm; Baptist minister, 1914-1970; director of Valley National Bank, Lanett, 1946; director of Lanier Memorial Hospital, Langdale, 1950-1957. Member– Baptist State Executive Committee, 1926-1946.

Source:

Who’s Who in America, Vol. III.

Publication(s):

A History of Antioch Baptist Church, Chambers County, Alabama, 1835-1960. S.l.; s.n., 1960?

History of East Liberty Baptist Association, Chambers County, Alabama; 125 Years, 1836-1961. Alexander City, Ala.; Outlook Publishing Co., 1963.

McGRAW, EDGAR LEON, 1917-

Biography:

Editor. Born– July 21, 1917, Anderson, Lauderdale County, Ala. Parents– Lee Andrew and Louisa Idenia (Nix) McGraw. Married– Jonnie Faye Richardson, April 6, 1938. Children– Three. Education– University of North Alabama, 1935-1937; B.S., 1941; M.S., 1949, Auburn University; University of Kentucky, 1952; Auburn University, 1952. Employed as an elementary school teacher, Lauderdale County, 1937-1939; assistant editor, Auburn University’s Cooperative Extension Service, 1941-1944; U.S. Army, 1944-1945; taught vocational agriculture, Town Creek, 1944-1948; subject matter specialist in vocational agriculture, Auburn University, 1948-1957; associate editor, Auburn University’s Agricultural Experiment Station, 1957-1968; head, Department of Research Information and Editor, Auburn University’s Agricultural Experiment Station, 1968-1982; edited, Auburn University Self Study, 1982-1983; Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1984-1986. Member– Phi Delta Kappa, Gamma Sigma Delta, Kappa Delta Pi; served as secretary-treasurer, Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists; president, Auburn Lions Club.

Source:

Edgar Leon McGraw, Auburn, Ala.

Joint_Publication(s):

Farm Business Management. Auburn, Ala.; Auburn Printing Co., 1962.

Geography of Alabama; Her Land and People. Montgomery, Ala.; Viewpoint, 1966.

Editor:

Vertebrate Wildlife of Alabama. Opelika, Ala.; Craftmaster Printers, 1984.

Vertebrate Animals of Alabama in Need of Special Attention. Opelika, AIa.; Craftmaster Printers, 1986.

McGREGOR, ALBERT ALEXANDER, 1835-1907

Biography:

Educator, farmer. Born– March 1, 1835, Lawrence County, Ala. Parents– William and Elizabeth (Carpenter) McGregor. Married– Celia King, December 23, 1858. Children– Seven. Education– LaGrange College, LaGrange, Ala., graduated 1854. Employed as chair of mathematics, LaGrange College, 1855-1861; Confederate States Army, 1861-1865; cotton farmer 1865-69; taught at LaGrange College, 1870-1876; Tuscumbia Academy; president, Hartselle College, after 1858.  Died March 11, 1907.

Source:

Owen’s Dictionary of Alabama Biography; obituary

Publication(s):

History of LaGrange College. S.l.; s.n., 190-? (LaGrange Military Academy, LaGrange, Ala.)

McGREGOR, ALBERT G.

See McGregor, Albert Alexander

McILHENNY, EDWARD AVERY, 1872-1949

Biography:

Businessman, explorer. Born– March 29, 1872 in Avery Island, La. Parents– Edmund and Mary Eliza (Avery) McIlhenny. Education– Wyman’s Institute (Ill.), 1885-1887; Holland School (N.Y.), 1887-1890; Lehigh University, 1890-1892. Married– Mary Matthews on June 9, 1900. Children– Three. Served as president of the McIlhenny Company, Petite Company, Jungle Gardens, Jan Jean Lafitte Company. Joined the Naturalist Peary Relief Expedition, 1893; headed his own Arctic expedition, 1897-1899. Member– National Audubon Society, American Game Protection Society, American Museum of Natural History, American Ornithologists Union, American Society of Mammalogists.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 2

Publication(s):

The Alligator’s Life History. Boston; Christopher Publishing House, 1935.

The Autobiography of an Egret. New York; Hastings House, 1939.

Bird City. Boston; Christopher Publishing House, 1933.

The Wild Turkey and Its Hunting. Garden City, N.Y.; Doubleday, Page & Co., 1914.

McKINNEY, JOHN WILLIAM, 1908-

Biography:

Born– August 12, 1908, Greenville, S.C. Parents– Scion Blythe and Sue (Smith) McKinney. Married– Adelaide Wigington, 1931. Children– Five. Education– Clemson University, 1926-1928; Iowa State College; University of Southern California, 1929; B.S., Cornell University, 1930. Employed as a vocational education teacher, South Carolina Department of Education, Madison, 1935-1941; farm supervisor, Farm Security Administration, Spartanburg, 1941-1943; U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Spartanburg, S.C., Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Hartwell, Ga., 1943-1947; Progressive Farmer, Birmingham, Ala., associate editor, 1959; photographic editor, 1959.

Source:

Contemporary Authors, Vol. 1R.

Publication(s):

The Sheep Book. New York; Wiley, 1957.

Joint_Publication(s):

The Livestock Book. Memphis; W. R. Thompson, 1952.

McKINNEY, KATE SLAUGHTER, 1859-1939

Biography:

Writer. Born– February 6, 1859, London, Ky. Parents– James Love Slaughter. Married– James M. McKinney, May 7, 1878. Education– Daughter’s College. Lived in Montgomery; elected Poet Laureate, State of Alabama, 1931.

Source:

Who’s Who of North American Authors and from American Literary Yearbook.

Publication(s):

Katydid’s Poems. Louisville, Ky.; Courier-Journal Printing Co., 1887.

Palace of Silver (poems). New York; H. Vinal, Ltd., 1927.

The Silent Witness; a Tale of a Kentucky Tragedy. New York; Neale, 1906.

The Weed by the Wall. Boston; R. G. Badger, 1911.

McKOWN, DELOS BANNING, 1930-

Biography:

University professor. Born– August 30, 1930, Muir, Mich. Parents– Laurel Ellis and Irene Elizabeth (Banning) McKown. Married– Anna Louise Watts, September 4, 1958. Children– Two. Education– B.A., Alma College, 1951; B.D., Lexington Theological Seminary, 1955; M.A., University of Kentucky, 1958; Ecumenical Institute, Geneva, Switzerland, 1958; Ph.D., Florida State University, 1972. Employed as minister, Disciples of Christ, 1951; minister, Muir, Michigan Church of Christ, 1949-1951; Jackson, Ky. Christian Church, 1951-1955; Cynthiana, Ky., 1955-1958; instructor of religion and philosophy, Berea College, 1958-1959; University of Idaho, 1960-1961; Little Rock University, 1961-1962; president of the Auburn, Ala. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 1973; taught, Auburn University, 1976-.

Source:

Directory of American Scholars, 1974, and from Who’s Who in Religion, 1975.

Publication(s):

The Classical Marxist Critiques of Religion; Marx, Engels, Lenin, Kautsky. The Hague, Netherlands; Martinus Nijhoff, 1975.

With Faith and Fury. Buffalo, N.Y.; Prometheus Books, 1985.

McKREADY, KELVIN (Pseudonym)

See:

Murphy, Edgar Gardner

McLAIN, CATHERINE RODGERS

See:

Rodgers, Catherine

McLAURIN, MELTON ALONZA, 1941-

Biography:

University professor. Born– July 11, 1941, Fayetteville, N.C. Parents– A. Merrill and Thelma (Melton) McLaurin. Married– Sandra Cockrell, November 23, 1961. Children– Two. Education– B.S., East Carolina University, 1962; M.A., 1964; Ph.D., University of South Carolina, 1967. Employed by University of South Alabama, 1967-1977; University of North Carolina, Wilmington, 1977. Member– Organization of American Historians, Southern Historical Association, North Carolina Historical Society.

Source:

Contemporary Authors, Vol. 81.

Publication(s):

Celia, a Slave. Athens, Ga.; University of Georgia Press, 1991.

The Knights of Labor in the South. Westport, Conn.; Greenwood Press, 1978.

Paternalism and Protest; Southern Cotton Mill Workers and Organized Labor, 1875-1905. Westport, Conn.; Greenwood Pub. Corp., 1971.

Separate Pasts; Growing up White in the Segregated South. Athens, Ga.; University of Georgia Press, 1987.

Joint_Publication(s):

The Image of Progress; Alabama Photographs, 1872-1917. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1980.

Mobile; American River City. Mobile, Ala.; Easter Pub. Co., 1975.

Mobile; the Life and Times of a Great Southern City. Woodland Hills, Calif.; Windsor Publications, 1981.

McLEOD, GROVER STEPHEN, 1923-

Biography:

Attorney. Born– June 15, 1923, Shelby County, Ala. Parents– Grover C. and Lucile (Meeks) McLeod. Married– Esme Hope, Australia, May 4, 1947. Children– Four. Education– Birmingham Southern College, University of Western Australia, University of Alabama and the University of Texas; Juris Doctorate. Employed as attorney, 1952; U.S. Navy’s submarine service, 1941-1946. Member– U.S. Submarine Veteran’s of World War II; Alabama and American Bar Associations; Jefferson County Pensions and Securities Board.

Source:

Who’s Who in Alabama, Vol. III.

Publication(s):

About Women. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1979.

The Bottom Stories. Birmingham, Ala.; s.n., 1971.

Civil Actions at Law in Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1980.

Equitable Remedies and Extraordinary Writs in Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1981.

Ghost of the Chimera. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1988.

Sketches From the Bar. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1966.

Sub Duty. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1986.

Sub Sailor. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1964.

Submarine Stories. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1977.

The Sultan’s Gold and Other Fleet Type Submarine Stories. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1988.

Teodoro. Birmingham, Ala.; s.n., 1969?

Trial Practice and Procedure in Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1983.

The Trials of Fat, an Illustrious Member of the Criminal Bar. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1989.

Worker’s (sic.) Compensation in Alabama for On-the-Job Injuries. Birmingham, Ala.; Manchester Press, 1990.

McLESTER, JAMES SOMERVILLE, 1877-1954

Biography:

Physician, university professor. Born– January 25, 1877, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Parents– Joseph and Nannie (Somerville) McLester. Married– Ada Bowron, 1903. Children– Three. Education– A.B., University of Alabama, 1896; M.D., University of Virginia, 1899; postgraduate, Gottingen, Freiburg, Berlin and Munich. Employed as chief of medicine, Camp Sheridan, 1917; commanding officer, evacuation hospital, 1918; professor of medicine, University of Alabama, 1919-1950. Member– American College of Physicians; Association of American Physicians, American Climatological; Clinical Association, Southern Medical Association and Alabama Medical Associations; president of the Alabama Medical Associations, 1920.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 3.

Publication(s):

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Disorder of Metabolism. New York; Oxford University Press, 1928.

Nutrition and Diet in Health and Disease. Philadelphia; W.B. Saunders Co., 1931.

McLIN, ELVA BELL, 1917-

Biography;

Professor of English; college archivist.  Born– June 5, 1917, Norcatur, Kansas.  Parents– James S. and Ruth I. Bell. Married–Paul E. McLin.  Children–four.  Education–  Kansas State Teachers College, B. S. Ed., B.A.; University of Alabama, M. A., 1964; Ph. D., 1971.  Taught English at Athens State College; served as college archivist and historian.  Awarded emeritus status on her retirement.

 

Publications;

Athens College: A Definitive History, 1881-1991. Athens State College Foundation, 1991.

Madame Childs of Precious Memory; Jane Hamilton Childs, College President.  Athens State College, 1989.

McMANUS, JOSEPH FORDE ANTHONY, 1911-

Biography:

Physician, teacher. Born– July 13, 1911, in Blackville, New Brunswick, Canada. Parents– John Patrick Cantwell and Mary Clare Rose (Forde) McManus. Moved to United States, 1938; naturalized, 1947. Education– Fordham University, B.S., 1933; Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, M.D., 1938. Married– Norma Rose Shumway on January 3, 1941. Children– Two. Served as assistant pathologist at Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1938-1940; Beit Memorial Fellow, Oxford, 1945-1946; taught at the University of Alabama, 1946-1950 and 1953-1961; University of Virginia, 1950-1953; Indiana University, 1961-1965; University of South Carolina, 1970; executive director, Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology; chaired the Department of Pathology at Alabama; dean, College of Medicine, South Carolina.

Source:

Who’s Who in America, 1976-1977.

Publication(s):

The Fundamental Ideas of Medicine; … Springfield, Ill.; Charles Thomas, 1963.

General Pathology; the Biological Aspects of Disease. Chicago; Year Book Medical Publishers, 1966.

McMILLAN, JAMES B., 1907-

Biography:

University professor. Born– August 24, 1907, Talladega, Ala. Parents– William C. and Celeste (Miller) McMillan. Married– Antoinette Brannon, August 29, 1931. Children– One. Education– Davidson College, 1925-1926; B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1929; M.A., University of North Carolina, 1930; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1946; Johns Hopkins, Columbia University. Employed; University of Alabama, 1931-1975;  managing editor, Alabama Review, 1947-1963; Publications of the American Dialect Society, 1964; editoral board, American Speech, National University Extension News, College Composition and Communication, Dictionary of American Regional English, Abstracts of English Studies and Harcourt-Brace School Dictionary.  Member of the Board of Directors of the University of Alabama Press, 1945-62.

Source:

Contemporary Authors, Vol. 85.

Publication(s):

Annotated Bibliography of Southern American English. Coral Gables, Fla.; University of Miama Press, 1971.

Communicative Arts. Birmingham, Ala.; Colonial Press, 1961.

Joint_Publication(s):

Writing and Thinking. Boston; Houghton, 1952.

Joint_Editor:

Dialects in Culture; … University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1979.

McMILLAN, MALCOLM COOK, 1910-

Biography:

University professor. Born– Stockton, Ala., August 22, 1910. Parents– Malcolm and Carolyn Kolb (Cook) McMillan. Married– Dorothy Dismuckes, April 6, 1939. Children– Two. Education– Southwestern College, 1928-1931; A.B., University of Alabama, 1935; M.A., 1939; Ph.D., 1949, North Carolina. Employed by Auburn University, 1948; Research Professor, 1954-1963; head, history and political science departments, 1964. Member– Alabama Civil War Centennial Commission, Alabama Historical Commission, Southern Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Alabama Education Association; board of editors, Alabama Review. Fellow, 1963-1964.

Source:

Who’s Who in America, 1978.

Publication(s):

The Alabama Confederate Reader. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1963.

Auburn University Through the Years, 1856-1973. Auburn, Ala.; Auburn University, 1973.

Constitutional Development in Alabama, 1798-1901; … Chapel Hill, N.C.; University of North Carolina Press, 1955.

The Disintegration of a Confederate State; Three Governors of Alabama’s Wartime Home Front, 1861-1865. Macon, Ga.; Mercer University Press, 1986.

The Land Called Alabama. Austin, Tex.; Steck-Vaughn Co., 1968.

Yesterday’s Birmingham. Miami; E.A. Seaman Pub., 1975.

Indexed:

The Southern States Since the War, 1870-71. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1965.

McMILLAN, NORMAN ROBERT, 1942-

Biography;

College professor of English; author.  Born 1942, in Greensboro, Alabama.  Married Joan McMillan.  Education; University of Alabama, B.A., 1964; M.A., 1967; University of Michigan, Ph. D.  Taught English at University of Montevallo.  Awarded professor emeritus status upon retirement.  President of Montevallo Arts Council.

Source;

Don Noble, Climbing Mount Cheaha, Livingston Press, 2004.

Publications;

Distant Son: An Alabama Boyhood.  Brierfield; Cahaba Trace Commission, 2002.