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Oral History: Laura Thompson
This is an oral history transcription of an interview between Reverend Laura Thompson and Lacy Offut. Thompson was the first independent female pastor in the Shoals area.
Duty Driven: the Plight of North Alabama's African Americans During the Civil War
This book is an account of some of the African American men from north Alabama who served in the United States Army during the Civil War.
Rambles of a Runaway from Southern Slavery
This book tells of the life of Henry Goings, born Elisha Turner, who escapes from slavery. Goings was born in Virginia and brought to Florence where he worked on the Smith plantation near the Forks of Cypress.
Reenactment photos of Selma bridge crossing
This is a photograph with Reverend C.D. Hamilton and Dick Gregory at the 2012 Edmund Pettus Bridge crossing reenactment.