Days Inn & Suites Prattville
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... and eventual desegregation of public transport. And then there's the Hank Williams museum. " I'll never get out of this world alive" aged 29. The bit they tend to keep quiet about is that Montgomery was a major centre for the trading of slaves and only a few items mention ...
... city had a major eruption, shutting down the airport! When we landed in Atlanta, there were a bunch of emergency vehicles next to the runway. We soon learned that another flight that landed right after us had hydraulic problems so was making an emergency landing ... fortunately that was uneventful! We the wound our way thru immigration and security at the ATL airport ... and about an hour and a half later, we were back to our car for the drive home to ...
Packed our stuff and it was off again. This time to Montgomery. Stopped at Race Trac convenience store. Like our QT. Angie bought 2 large cans of boiled Cajun Peanuts to bring home.
Started getting some rain going north on I-75 around Gainesville. Went north into Alabama on state route 231. Went through Dotham, Ozark, and Troy. Very beautiful country.
Got into Montgomery about 7 p.m. It was cold and windy.
Tomorrow headed to Selma and ...
... State bird- Yellowhammer
Five significant features- Alabama River, coosa river, Tennessee River, Bluesprings State Park, De Soto State Park
Current Population- 4,833,722
Total amount of square miles- 52,423 square miles
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... the call. The prejudice of the day still prevailed, so they were required to train as a segregated unit. Tuskegee already had a flight training program established for civilians, so it was the logical place for African Americans, from across the country, to be trained. The first 13 trainees arrived in Tuskegee in July of 1941 to train as fighter pilots. Though the road was difficult, and they were subjected to being in a segregated flight ...