- Treasurer’s Report & Awards
Annual Report of the Treasurer
Alabama Historical Association
January 1–December 31, 2016
Valerie Pope Burnes, Treasurer
|Annual Meeting, 2016||26,915.00|
|Tourism Grant||51,170.00 |
|Accounting and Bookkeeping||$4,030.58|
|Honorarium to Admin. Office||7,000.00|
|Books for Sponsors/Patrons||286.00|
|Web Servicing||119.88 |
|Subtotal Admin/Operating Expenses||$13,983.78|
|Honorarium to Editorial Office||$10,000.00|
|Subtotal Alabama Review||$26,923.89|
|Eagle Scout Project||100.00|
|Milo Howard Award||200.00|
|Marker Reimbursement Program||1,150.00|
|Board of Directors Meeting||990.58|
|Presbyterian Home (Pass-through)||1,740.00|
FUND BALANCES AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2016
|Checking Account||$84,913.91 |
|Total Unrestricted Funds||$84,913.91|
|Tourism Grant (separate checking acct.)||51,170.00 |
|Total Restricted Funds||$238,727.42|
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Awards of The Alabama Historical Association
presented at the annual meeting in Auburn, April 20–22, 2017
The Alabama Historical Association Historical Museum Award
(Large Museum): Museum of Alabama, Alabama Department of Archives and History
(Small Museum): Etowah Heritage Museum
The Clinton Jackson and Evelyn Coley Research Grant
Anna Hrom, Duke University
The Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton Award
Mary Ann Neeley, Montgomery
The James F. Sulzby Jr. Book Award
Christopher D. Haveman, Rivers of Sand: Creek Indian Emigration, Relocation, and Ethnic Cleansing in the American South (University of Nebraska Press, 2016) [End Page 287]
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Alabama Historical Association
The Alabama Historical Association sponsors seven awards:
The James Ray Kuykendall Local Historical Society Award honors a local historical society in Alabama for outstanding achievement and significant contribution to a greater appreciation of the history of the community and state. The award is made in even-numbered years.
The James F. Sulzby Jr. Book Award recognizes the most important book that has contributed to greater knowledge and appreciation of Alabama history published in a two-year period. The award is made in odd-numbered years.
The Milo B. Howard Jr. Award recognizes the outstanding article published in The Alabama Review in a two-year period. The award is made in even-numbered years.
The Clinton Jackson Coley Award recognizes excellence in a publication in Alabama history, primarily local in emphasis, in a two-year period. The award is made in even-numbered years.
The Virginia V. Hamilton Award recognizes the person or group who has most encouraged communication between professional and nonprofessional historical interests in the state in a two-year period. The award is made in odd-numbered years.
The Clinton Jackson and Evelyn Coley Research Grant supports student research in Alabama history. The award is made in odd-numbered years.
The Rucker Agee Service Award recognizes an individual who has made extraordinary contributions toward fostering knowledge and appreciation of Alabama history by promoting the mission of the Alabama Historical Association. The award is presented on an occasional basis as merited.
The Association does not...