Also see User:Alarob/Alpha.
- 1 Workspaces
- 2 Project work
- 2.1 WP:AFRO: African Diaspora
- 2.2 WP:ALA: Alabama
- 2.3 BhamWiki
- 2.4 WP:WPBIO
- 2.5 WP:BOOKS
- 2.6 WP:CM: Classical music
- 2.7 WP:FLA: Florida
- 2.8 WP:WPGEO: Georgia (U.S. state)
- 2.9 WP:HISTINFO: Historical information
- 2.10 WP:HIS: History
- 2.11 WP:IPNA: Indigenous peoples of North America
- 2.12 WP:ISLAM
- 2.13 WP:JAX: Jacksonville
- 2.14 WP:NY: New York State
- 2.15 WP:NV: Novels
- 2.16 WP:POETRY
- 2.17 WP:CH: Switzerland
- 2.18 Vienna
- Nonce (all-purpose sandbox)
- Basel (omnibus basiliensis)
- Billy McIntosh (toward a revision of William McIntosh)
- Cherokee bibliography
- John Harvard Library (list of works published in this series)
- User:Alarob/Opalocka (on the Seminole origin of the name)
- Veit Valentin (1885-1947), the German historian
- Zheng He sandbox (inactive)
Enslaved African Muslims in the Americas:
- History of Alabama needs tons of work. Sandbox: User:Alarob/Alahist
- Alabama fever
- Alabama Platform
- Brewton, Alabama and East Brewton, Alabama need History sections. (Also Andalusia, Alabama and others.)
- Federal Road (Creek lands)
- Fort Crawford, Alabama
- St. Stephens, Alabama -- territorial capital
- Warriorstand, Alabama — unincorporated place in Macon County
- Mathias Rüegg should be a GA. Do research. BLP. Picture?
- Big Warrior is a stub.
- Chilly McIntosh
- Josiah Francis wasn't just an Australian politician!
- Little Prince (chief)
- John Bossy, author of Christianity in the West, 1450-1700 and so on; professor at York University.
- Albert J. Pickett
- Alden T. Vaughan
- Thomas S. Woodward (and Woodward's Reminiscences)
- A Flash of Green is not just a film; it's a novel by John D. MacDonald written up in FHQ
- Negro Universities Press, which prob. became part of Greenwood Publishing Group
- Woodward's Reminiscences
- In Nomine could become a GA. How should media files be incorporated?
- Where does the name Opa-locka really come from? Work page
- West Florida needs to be organized into
- Houston County, Georgia towns
WP:HISTINFO: Historical information
- Publicize this one.
- History of Satawal (The Last Navigator by Steve Thomas)
Moved to User:Alarob/Basel
Keep an eye on the pop theories -- a useful teaching tool.
- 1421 hypothesis and Zheng He
- Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact
- Authors: Barry Fell, Gavin Menzies, Scott F. Wolter
Also see ALA and WPBIO and IPNA.
- The principal Creek towns: Abeka, Coweta (needs article), Cusseta, Tukabatchee
- Eastern Muskogean languages
- Pensacola (tribe)
- Poarch Band of Creek Indians
- Tommy Jemmy
- Category:Native American templates
- Essay on Muhammad and images.
- Islam in the United States: History before 1965.
- Limit time in the Pipesian alternate universe. (It's a sucker's game, and it ain't the only game in town.)
- If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.
- "History of" sandbox: User:Vice regent/hoius
- Criticism of Muhammad could use a section-by-section rewrite. Many editors want to either vilify or worship Muhammad; neutrality can be a real trick.
Work on Spanish colonial history.
Vischer Ferry dragged me into this one.
- Mohawk Valley needs historical work.
- Seneca nation reservations, incl.:
- Useful: Article template
- Translate articles.
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