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Statehood was within sight when Gov. William Wyatt Bibb submitted his address to the first Alabama Legislature in October 1819. He likened the process...
The city of Tuskegee, Tuskegee University and state leaders marked civil rights sites throughout the city and the campus of Tuskegee University last week, erecting 13 markers to honor the contributions of individuals and groups and to highlight sites of notable significance during the Civil Rights era.
St. Paul United Methodist Church of Birmingham will receive $500,000 from the National Park Service to preserve and highlight its unique contributions to the Civil Rights Movement.
Miller Reese Hutchison led a life of continuous innovation and became one of the South’s most prolific inventors.