TownePlace Suites Montgomery
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... now with placards to recount that horrible riot. You can’t help but tear up, as you read the events that occurred.
We saw the square, where the slaves were held in cages and sold. It is now a beautiful fountain with a historical monument to mark that dark time.
We also toured the church, still holding Sunday services. MLK Jr. was only 24 yrs old when he was the minister there. It is incredible to think that such ...
Hank Williams museum and gravesite were two of the features today. The museum had the car that Hank died in as a centrepiece. Beautiful car, bad history.
We also visited the grand capital state building (CONFEDERATE WHITE HOUSE) and Jefferson Davis' ...
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... country’s first civilian school for powered aviation in Montgomery. How many people were saying nobody would ever want to fly?
About Montgomery’s Historical Sites www.visitmontgomery.com
- Alabama Department of Archives and History
- Alabama State Capitol
- Alabama’s Confederate Prison
- Civil Rights Memorial
- Civil Rights Memorial Center
- Confederate Memorial ...
After I saw all of this, I drove over to the Riverfront Park and Union Station. There is a Steamboat that you can take a ride on and a tower that you can walk up to the top to get a better view of the river. There was a group of about 30 people reading from the bible out loud, these people down here are definitely dedicated to the church! Finally, I drove the short distance up to Prattville to stay in the Hampton ...
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