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  • Wilson Fallin Jr.
    Selma University

    Selma University opened its doors on January 1, 1878, with the goal of instructing black Baptist ministers...
  • Wilson Fallin Jr.
    Black Baptists in Alabama

    Black Baptists in Alabama have their roots in the days of slavery. Spiritual leaders among black Baptists...
  • Wilson Fallin Jr.
    Birmingham-Easonian Baptist Bible College

    Birmingham-Easonian Baptist Bible College traces its origin to 1904, when two African American ministers,...
  • Glenn Feldman
    Frank M. Dixon (1939-43)

    Frank M. Dixon (1892-1965) provided executive leadership for the state of Alabama during the early watershed...
  • Glenn Feldman
    Benjamin Meek Miller (1931-35)

    Benjamin Meek Miller (1864-1944) served as governor of Alabama during the worst years of the Great Depression....
  • James E. Fickle
    Forest Products Industry in Alabama

    Because Alabama is one of the most heavily forested states in the nation, the forestry products industry...
  • Angie Ayers Finley
    Jacksonville State University (JSU)

    From its origins as a two-year state normal school established to train teachers, Jacksonville State...
  • Alston Fitts
    Bloody Sunday

    "Bloody Sunday" refers to the March 7, 1965, civil rights march that was supposed to go from Selma to...
  • Alston Fitts
    Edmundite Southern Missions

    The Edmundite Southern Missions is a Catholic organization founded in Selma in 1937 to work among African...
  • Michael W. Fitzgerald
    Reconstruction in Alabama

    Reconstruction is the general term for the process of political and social realignments and readjustments...

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