The Militarization of the University of Alabama

@article{Eckinger2013TheMO,
  title={The Militarization of the University of Alabama},
  author={Helen Eckinger},
  journal={Alabama Review},
  year={2013},
  volume={66},
  pages={163 - 185}
}
On june 4, 1858, the university of alabama marked an unwelcome milestone: its first student-on-student homicide.1 According to an account of the incident released by the university to the Independent Monitor, a Tuscaloosa newspaper, the victim, Edward Nabors, was one of several students eating breakfast at a Tuscaloosa boarding house that morning. During the meal, the residents of the boarding house taunted a fellow boarder, a student and Mississippi native named David Herring, about… 
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