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G. Ward Hubbs

G. Ward Hubbs, archivist for the North Alabama Conference, was a colleague of William E. Nicholas at Birmingham-Southern College. Hubbs has carved out an unusual niche by studying the values and ideas of everyday people in nineteenth-century west Alabama. His books include: Guarding Greensboro: A Confederate Company in the Making of a Southern Community (University of Georgia Press, 2003), which won both the Jefferson Davis Award and the Robertson Literary Prize—both given to the best work published on the Civil War era; and Searching for Freedom after the Civil War: Klansman, Carpetbagger, Scalawag, and Freedman (University of Alabama Press, 2015), which won the Thomason Award for the best work on the Deep South. In 2019 The University of Alabama Press will publish his Tuscaloosa: 200 Years in the Making.
Books by G. Ward Hubbs:
  • Go and Be Reconciled: Alabama Methodists Confront Racial Injustice, 1954-1974
  • ISBN: 1-58838-325-3, Trade Paper