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2020

 

January 7, 2020 Preserving history: Grant awarded for Brindley Cemetery
January 17, 2020 Passing it on: African art teacher talks ancestry, MLK legacy
January 18, 2020 Moundville Archaeological Park Historical Marker
February 2, 2020 The Mound at Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park Historical Marker
February 4, 2020 New Gaineswood director has big plans; county residents get discount
February 9, 2020 Barber seminary a landmark institution for Anniston's black citizens
February 12, 2020 AC-mania sweeps over city
February 13, 2020 Archery tournament scheduled at the General Joe Wheeler Home
February 16, 2020 American ghost towns abandoned to time - Newsfeeds.media
February 18, 2020 Archery Event in February
February 18, 2020 Fiddlers, Banjo Players, and Strawbeaters
February 19, 2020 New homes in Huntsville being built over possible 1500-year-old Native American burial sites
February 28, 2020 U.S. Senate passes Alabama-led Clotilda discovery resolution
March 5, 2020 Wetumpka First Baptist Church to raze historic building damaged by tornado
March 10, 2020 Clotilda museum expected to open in Africatown later this year
March 10, 2020 Officials introduce plans for Clotilda exhibit in Africatown
March 11, 2020 Alabama to exhibit artifacts from last US slave ship
March 15, 2020 New Facility to House Clotilda Artifacts in Africatown
March 19, 2020 Alabama Will Open Museum For Remnants Of Last American Slave Ship
March 19, 2020 Beaches close as Baldwin prepares for effects of coronavirus
March 25, 2020 Last surviving African slave lived in Selma until her death in 1940, British researcher says
April 1, 2020 State of Alabama given ownership of last US slave ship
April 8, 2020 Rep. Sewell Announces Over $3.5 Million to Preserve Civil Rights History
April 13, 2020 Clotilda, the last slave ship to enter the US has a new owner
April 13, 2020 Judge officially awards slave ship Clotilda wreckage to state of Alabama
April 14, 2020 Clotilda presents the state with an opportunity
April 14, 2020 State of Alabama given ownership of last US slave ship
April 14, 2020 Wreckage of last U.S. slave ship now owned by state of Alabama
April 15, 2020 Alabama given ownership of the last U.S. slave ship
April 15, 2020 Historical group gets custody of slave ship
April 16, 2020 Court gives AHC ownership of Clotilda
May 19, 2020 Montgomery Freedom Rides Museum To Celebrate Anniversary on Facebook
May 19, 2020 Take a virtual journey with the Freedom Riders on Wednesday and Thursday
May 22, 2020 Alabama summer fun – plenty still possible with social distancing
May 29, 2020 Can you name Alabama’s 10 Natural Wonders? See how a movement was born
May 31, 2020 What do you know about Birmingham’s Quinlan Castle? Its history might surprise you.
June 6, 2020 Get an inside look at Alabama’s 10 Natural Wonders 23 years later
June 11, 2020 10 bucket-list summer road trip ideas for families!
June 15, 2020 Here are Alabama’s next 10 natural wonders and how you can help protect them
June 17, 2020 Council approves Africatown Welcome Center funding
June 19, 2020 Hobson City celebrates Juneteenth with ‘Black Towns Matter’ mural on MLK Drive
June 26, 2020 Shoal Creek Church hangs on, seeks outside help
July 1, 2020 Alabama steers money for preservation of last slave ship
July 8, 2020 Freedom Rides Museum to host national virtual event with 'Good Trouble' director and Freedom Riders
July 15, 2020 City looking to add Clotilda to national historic registry
July 16, 2020 Alabama gives $1 million for Clotilda preservation
July 16, 2020 Alabama orders to preserve last slave ship
July 16, 2020 Alabama steers money for preservation of last slave ship
July 16, 2020 State to give $1 million to help preserve Clotilda
July 16, 2020 State: Clotilda preservation work to advance in October
July 17, 2020 Alabama dedicates $1 million for preservation of last slave ship
July 17, 2020 Alabama orders to preserve last slave ship
July 17, 2020 Alabama steers money for preservation of last slave ship
July 18, 2020 Unearthing history: Old pottery kiln discovered on Limestone County farm
July 19, 2020 Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama announces ‘Every Girl in a Park’ project
July 20, 2020 Unearthing history: Old pottery kiln discovered on Limestone County farm
July 22, 2020 Alabama Historical Commission announces 2021 Grant Program
July 22, 2020 Clotilda plans active despite delays caused by epidemic
July 25, 2020 Alabama man discovers old pottery kiln on a farm
July 28, 2020 Colony welcomes new council members
July 30, 2020 The distance ahead: John Lewis, Gov. John Patterson and the challenges of reconciliation
August 3, 2020 Don't forget the museum store
August 4, 2020 Alabama proceeds with plan to remove artifacts from Clotilda
August 13, 2020 Support your local Girl Scouts
August 20, 2020 3 Alabama sites added to National Register of Historic Places
August 20, 2020 Alabama adds three properties to the National Register of Historic Places
August 20, 2020 Alabama Book Store added to National Register of Historic Places
August 23, 2020 Bricklayers Hall added to National Register of Historic Places
August 23, 2020 Tuscaloosa’s Bamastuff Recognized in National Register of Historic Places
August 27, 2020 Elba receives Bicentennial Legacy Award for Evergreen Cemetery Summer House
September 4, 2020 Clotilda, Africatown efforts poised to move forward
September 5, 2020 Chambers Academy Will Begin Renovations on the Martin Theater
September 6, 2020 Deadline approaching to nominate properties to ‘Places in Peril’ 2020
September 17, 2020 School activity center renamed to honor W.B. Doby
October 1, 2020 Spooky, Beautiful Photos of Abandoned Park Towns
October 6, 2020 Quilts Again at Belle Mont
October 7, 2020 Unveiling ceremony set for W.B. Doby Activity Center
October 8, 2020 The eeriest abandoned attraction in every state
October 16, 2020 The last known slave ship has spent 160 years under the Mobile River. Can it be preserved?