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Alabama Links And Resources | MuseumStuff.com 01 Official State Website - alabama - Providing a variety of information andlinks on tourism, museums, historic sites, cultural attractions, events, and http://www.museumstuff.com/links/regions/usa/alabama/
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State Resource Links alabama museums Association, Tuscaloosa, AL phone 205/3487554; Indiana State Museumand historic sites, Indianapolis, IN; Iowa museums Association, Cedar http://www.aaslh.org/stateres.htm
History News And Dispatch Advertising Rates field and five years professional experience in museums or historic sites and resumeto Mark Driscoll, Director of historic sites, alabama historical Commission http://www.aaslh.org/dir-adminads.htm
Selma, AL: Attractions a cupola, a faithful copy from alabama's first Capitol wide variety of businessesfrom museums to restaurants the National Register of historic sites, Old Live http://www.selmaalabama.com/attract.htm
Extractions: Click to jump down to National Register of Historic Places Visit the headquarters for the 1965 Voting Rights marches. Brown Chapel was organized by freed men after the Civil War and is noted for its exterior Byzantine design. A monument to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was dedicated in front of Brown Chapel in 1979. It is included in the Martin Luther King Jr. Street self-guided walking tour. Open by appointment. National Register of Historic Places Visit the ghost town of Alabama's first capital. Located 12 miles outside Selma off Highway 22 South, this fascinating historic and archaeological site offers ruins to explore and period artifacts to see. For banquets, meetings and conferences, seminars, trade and antique shows, flower and gun shows, bridge tournaments or almost any other type of gathering, the Convention Center is the place to be. It is conveniently located at 211 Washington Street, immediately behind City Hall. The Center is a one storied structure in the Greek revival style. It is crowned by a cupola, a faithful copy from Alabama's first Capitol building in Old Cahawba . Ample parking areas surround the Center. Blocks of restored riverfront buildings offering wide variety of businesses from museums to restaurants and antique shops.
ElSurfo - Things To Do - Alabama Book Shop and Clothes Shop, Sports in alabama Active Sports in alabama. Aquariums Arts Attractions Events Fairs historic sites museums Maps Parks http://elsurfo.com/todo/al.htm
Extractions: In heart of historic Mobile, offering 210 guestrooms with panoramic views of downtown Mobile and Mobile Bay. Walk to Convention Center, Civic Center, city museums and historic sites. Restaurants, lounge, swimming pool and more. Check Rates and Availability for this property online. Find similar pages at Unique Accommodations from Worldres Lowest Rates and Free candid reviews for Mobile at Tripadvisor.com.
Civil Rights Resources On The WWW museums. Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. historic sites. alabama Capitolhistoric and Civil Rights District, Montgomery, AL. Martin Luther King, Jr. http://www.bamaed.ua.edu/cse489/crproject/links.htm
Site Map Golfing Connecticut Cabins alabama historic sites Connecticut Campgrounds historicalsites alabama Horseback Riding Motels Michigan museums Michigan Parks http://www.thunderx.com/tourism/site_map/index12.shtml
Museums In Mobile Alabama Mobile offers many museums and historic homes and sites for residents Battleshipalabama Park is home for the USS alabama, a World War IIera battleship. http://www.mobcham.org/travel/amenities_museums.html
Extractions: The Museum of the City of Mobile will soon be moving into the larger facilities of the old city hall building near the waterfront. Visitors can view exhibits on African-American contributions to the city's growth, colonial and Civil War artifacts, Mardi Gras and other facets of the city's history. The city also maintains the Phoenix Fire Museum, one of the area's first firehouses, and Carlen House, a restored mid-1800s Creole Cottage. The Mobile Museum of Art features a permanent collection of more than 4,000 pieces, traveling and temporary exhibits, educational programs and a lecture series. It has two locations, the main gallery on the shore of Langan Park Lake in west Mobile and the downtown gallery in the Arts District. Currently the main gallery's collection can be at the Mobile Civic Center, while the Langan Park location is undergoing a $5 million renovation.
Extractions: More articles in the Travel Notes archives. Profile Neilia Sherman is a freelance travel writer based in Toronto, Canada. Having visited many places across Canada and the United States, Neilia has offered to share her experiences with other travellers visiting Travel Notes; for travel information related to North America. Articles Articles on family travel, bed and breakfasts, and profiles of Canadian and American cities.
Appalachian Geographic: City Sites Air Balloon Welcome to Decatur (The Welcome to Decatur alabama Homepage offers Itlinks to photos, balloon races, museums, the historic district, Civil http://cva.morehead-st.edu/links/pages/geographic_city_links.html
Extractions: Sites are sorted alphabetically by title Abingdon Virginia - (The Abingdon Virginia Homepage links to area history, photos, attractions, and cultural events, as well as to local government and services.) Access Damascus Homepage - (The Access DamascusHomepage from Southwestern Virginia offers many text stories and histories of the region. It links to the Appalachian Trail other hiking trails and to local artists and craftsmen, and many area attractions.) Asheville Convention and Visitors Bureau - (The Ashville Convention and Visitors Bureau Page offers travel information and a photo tour of this Buncombe County, North Carolina city's attractions.) Birmingham Convention and Visitors Bureau - (The Birmingham Convention and Visitors Bureau site links to area events, attractions, organizations, tours, photos, weather, travel and trip planning, and to related web sites.) Brevard North Carolina - (The Welcome to Brevard North Carolina homepage links to maps, area attractions, a visitors guide, a photo tour, and a directory of business and history information.) Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau - (The Charleston West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau page links to area attractions, events, history, information, and travel planning.)
Museums Appalachian Sites United States museums by State alabama Museum list art, science, sports and historymuseums throughout the Vance Family, and links to historic North Carolina http://cva.morehead-st.edu/links/pages/museums_links.html
Extractions: (Click on a subcategory in the table below to access a listing of sites for that subcategory.) Miscellaneous Sites are sorted alphabetically by title Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum - (The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum in Claibourne County Tennessee features the Lincoln and Civil War Collection. This site links to other Tennessee regional attractions, Lincoln on line, and the Civil War Trust.) Allegheny-Kiski Valley Homepage - (The Allegheny-Kiski Valley Homepage links to tourism, towns in the region, local history, photos, the Burtner House Museum and the Tour-Ed Mine and Museum.) Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum - (The Altoona Pennsylvania, Blair County, Railroaders Memorial Museum site links to the National Historic Landmark, photos, exhibits, and a schedule of events at the Altoona Railfest 2000.) American Museum of Science and Energy - (The American Museum of Science and Energy at Oakridge Tennessee homepage is linked to events, tour information, and attractions at the museum. This site links to Oakridge, other science museums, and physics related sites.) American Museum of Science and Energy - (The American Museum of Science and Energy at Oakridge Tennessee offers this site which includes a photo tour, an events calendar, and links to tourist information.)
Workshops National Register and National historic Landmarks Program as consideration varioustypes of sites, audiences, age Mizelle, University of alabama museums Time 8 http://www.sha.org/Meetings/sha2002/workshops.htm
Extractions: Please direct questions about workshop content or logistics to Stephen or Kim McBride, SHA Continuing Education Coordinators, by email or phone 859-233-4690. Registration for workshops is integrated into the overall conference registration process, as handled by the SHA Business Office. Space is limited and enrollments are accepted based on the day and time your registration is received. Please register as soon as possible to secure a space and avoid a $20 late registration fee. Workshop participants will receive a confirmation, and should check in at the workshop table, main conference registration area, at least 15 minutes prior to the start of their workshop. [Note: Registration period has ended.]
The Rise And Fall Of Jim Crow. Resources | PBS Airmen National historic Site in alabama to the Mary McLeod Bethune Council Housein Washington, DC. AfricanAmerican museums and historic sites http//www http://www.pbs.org/wnet/jimcrow/resources_localinfo.html
Official Alabama Outdoor Drama an art auction, tour of historic sites, puppet shows a 640 acre tract in historicTuscumbia, Ivy of alabama, April 30, 1991 alabama museums Directory, February http://www.archives.state.al.us/emblems/st_odram.html
Extractions: In 1962, the first production of William Gibson's drama, The Miracle Worker , was performed on the grounds of Ivy Green. Ivy Green was the birthplace of Helen Keller. The house is listed on the national register of historic places. Visitors gather in Tuscumbia each June for the annual, week-long Helen Keller Festival. The celebration includes a parade through downtown, stage entertainment, arts and crafts, an art auction, tour of historic sites, puppet shows, a variety of sports tournaments, and athletic events. The festival also marks the beginning of the outdoor performances of William Gibson's The Miracle Worker . The play is performed each summer from the end of June through July on Friday and Saturday nights at 8:00 p.m. on the Ivy Green grounds. The play relates the story of "America's First Lady of Courage" and the miracle which enabled the deaf, blind child to communicate through the sense of touch. Located on a 640 acre tract in historic Tuscumbia, Ivy Green was built in 1820 by David Keller, grandfather of Helen Keller. The main house is of Virginia cottage construction, with four large rooms on the first floor bisected by a wide hall. Each room boasts an individual fireplace. Upstairs are three rooms connected by a hall. The birthplace cottage is situated east of the main house and consists of a large room and play room. The home and museum rooms are decorated with much of the original furniture of the Keller family. The actual well-pump where Helen's spirit was set free remains in the back yard.
Related Alabama History Links alabama POLITICAL sites. War alabama; CSS alabama Naval historic Center; The alabamaLibrary Association; alabama museums Association; Auburn University Center http://www.archives.state.al.us/related.html
Extractions: The vast majority of links listed on this page are to web sites other than that of the Alabama Department of Archives and History. We have included links to other sites as a service to visitors who share an interest in Alabama history and related topics. We try to keep all links current, but unfortunately this is not always possible. If you are aware of a noncurrent or nonfunctioning link, or you want to suggest a link to another site, please contact Debbie Pendleton Statewide Alabama Resources Genealogy: Alabama Resources Genealogy: General Resources ... Patriotic Societies
PROGRAMS and natural setting of prehistoric and historic sites. 95% (18,606) of the archaeologicalsites have been OAS), University of alabama museums, senior citizens http://www.gulfmart.com/org/aas/programs.htm
Extractions: Since December, 1996, the Alabama Archaeological Society has had in place a site Stewardship Program directed by the Archaeological Resources Committee. Stewardship programs are designed to involve members of archaeological societies in the protection sites considered important to the cultural heritage of the state. Maintained by archaeologists and researchers at the University of Alabama since 1931, the Alabama State Site File currently contains records for almost 20,000 archaeological sites. These records provide concise information about the function, cultural affiliation, location, and natural setting of prehistoric and historic sites. The Site File began as hard copy record forms and a series of maps for plotting site locations. It has evolved through the years into a digital database, allowing researchers to query the data for archaeological information in ways inconceivable only a few decades ago. The most recent technological advancement of the Site File has been the integration of the database into a geographic information system (GIS). Through sponsorship of the Office of Archaeological Services (OAS), University of Alabama Museums, senior citizens are serving as crucial volunteers in an active Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP). Operating out of the Huntsville-Madison Count Senior Center, the seniors work on archaeological collections stored at the Erskine Ramsay Archaeological Repository in Moundville. RSVP provides a valuable means to organize and inventory the many archaeological collections that lack funds. Charles Hubbert, OAS Staff Archaeologist, supervises and inspires the volunteer group through daily instruction and leadership. Hubbert provides background and history of the sites and the people who inhabited these sites prehistorically. Included in the program are slide presentations on archaeological topics and field trips.
African American Monuments, Museums And Memorials AFRICAN AMERICAN MONUMENTS, museums AND MEMORIALS, 520 Sixteenth Street North Birmingham,alabama 35203 205 Paul, Minnesota NATIONAL historic sites Mary McLeod http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Troy/1228/mainpage.html