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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM23PX_old-elam-baptist-church_Montgomery-AL.html
Organized on June 19, 1819, by Rev. James McLemore, Electious Thompson, Arnold Edwards, and E. Jeter, Old Elam is one of Montgomery's earliest Baptist churches. It began with fourteen members and was one of the four original churches that comprise…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM216T_rainbow-soldier-a-war-memorial_Montgomery-AL.html
Front On August 28, 1917, 3,677 Alabama National Guardsmen departed from Montgomery's Union Station for shipment to France as the 167th United States Infantry Regiment of the Rainbow Divison. Serving in the 84th Brigade, with their sister …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1Z6H_the-first-offices-of-the-confederate-government_Montgomery-AL.html
Here were located The First Offices of The Confederate Government From Feb. 22, 1861 To May 21, 1861. Secondary marker This historic marker relocated on this original site by Preceptor Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, on June 2,…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1Y6H_chris-hot-dogs_Montgomery-AL.html
Greek immigrant Christopher Anastasios Katechis opened Chris' Hot Dogs on May 1, 1917, at 138 Dexter Avenue. Until the 1960's, Chris offered curb service for its hot dogs, leading to long lines of cars cued for service. The hot dogs featured Chris…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1X4A_janney-foundry-co-historical_Montgomery-AL.html
Munitions of war furnished by this foundry to the Confederate States of America 1861 — 1865
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1VN0_naval-heroes-of-the-war-of-1812-historical_Montgomery-AL.html
Side 1 The six streets which cross Dexter Avenue between Court Square and the State Capitol are named for Oliver Hazard Perry, James Lawrence, Thomas Macdonough, Issac Hull, Stephen Decatur and William Bainbridge, all naval officers of the War …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1VEU_teague-road-historical_Montgomery-AL.html
This 2.8-mile road connecting U.S. highways 331 and 31 first appeared on Montgomery County road maps in 1928. Land for the road was deeded to Montgomery County in September 1926 by local landowners from the Teague, Bellingrath and Matthews familie…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1UXC_ray-w-scott-jr-founded-bass-anglers-movement-historical_Montgomery-AL.html
Montgomery native Ray W. Scott Jr. launched the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.) in 1967 from a small office upstairs at 513 Madison Avenue. From this beginning, B.A.S.S. became the largest sportfishing organization in the world. Scott de…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1UX6_lucas-tavern-historical_Montgomery-AL.html
Located on the Federal Road near Line Creek (present Waugh) in eastern Montgomery County, this wayside hotel was built prior to 1818 and was owned by a least two other families before coming into the possession of Walter and Eliza Lucas around Jan…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1UIQ_lynching-in-america-lynching-in-letohatchee-historical_Letohatchee-AL.html
Side 1 Lynching in America Thousands of black people were the victims of lynching and racial violence in the United States between 1877 and 1950. The lynching of African Americans during this era was a form of racial terrorism intended to inti…
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