Montgomery, Alabama

What is Montgomery, Alabama known for?


study leading

Legislature in 1967. AUM offers programs of study leading to bachelor's (bachelor's degree), master's (master's degree), and specialist degrees in business, education, liberal arts, nursing, and sciences. The university enrolls more than 5,500 students, with an additional 10,000 enrolled in continuing education programs. In January 2007, the university moved toward branding itself as Auburn Montgomery. '''The Montgomery Academy''' is a non-sectarian independent school


history building

;ref name "Hank museum" Also Montgomery is home to the Museum of Alabama which serves as the official state history museum and is located inside the Alabama Department of Archives and History building downtown.


large construction

. Born in Montgomery, Alabama, Jones was the son of Bob Jones, Sr., the university's founder. He served as president from 1947 to 1971 and then as chancellor until his death. '''Winton Malcolm "Red" Blount, Jr.''' (February 1, 1921 – October 24, 2002), was the United States Postmaster General from 1969 to 1972. He founded and served as the Chief Executive Officer of the large construction company, Blount International, based in Montgomery, Alabama Montgomery


training complex

. Division II The Division II (Division II (NCAA)) tournament has been held at the USA Baseball National Training Complex (USA Baseball National Training Complex) in Cary (Cary, North Carolina), North Carolina since 2009, with the complex earning the bid to host through the 2011 championship. Previously, the tournament was held at GCS Ballpark in Sauget (Sauget, Illinois), Illinois


year campaign

was known to have suffered from dementia. Sources state that she died at her home in Detroit (Detroit, Michigan) of natural causes. (Bloomberg) (ClickOnDetroit.com). * The Terrafrica partnership, a US$4 billion, 12-year campaign supported by the African Union, World Bank, United Nations, European Commission, and regional African governments, and aimed at fighting current, and preventing future desertification in Africa, begins. (Reuters) In 1958, while working in Montgomery, Alabama for the Montgomery Advertiser, he photographed an argument between Martin Luther King, Jr. and two policemen. During his tenure in Montgomery he warned of the dangers of Irish (Irish American) immigration to the United States and the accompanying growth of Catholicism in a book, ''Our Country: Its Danger and Duty'' (New York, 1844). "If the devotees of this unholy faith have so rapidly increased within a few years to number TWO MILLIONS, how long will it take them to rival and exceed the American Protestants?", qtd. in Lipscomb 8-9. He fared well in Montgomery as a preacher, providing for a family consisting of a wife, two children, and two sisters, and owning two slaves. Lipscomb 13. Compelled by tuberculosis to retire from the ministry, he founded in 1849 the Metropolitan Institute for Young Ladies at Montgomery, Alabama. Lipscomb then served as the inaugural President (1856–1859) of the Tuskegee Female College of the Methodist Episcopal Church South in Alabama (present-day Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama). Born in Montgomery, Alabama, Dreyfus was a graduate of Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. He is widely publicized for being the man who "invented" the commonplace mutual fund through direct marketing to the public. Jack Dreyfus - Maverick Wizard Behind the Wall Street Lion, ''Life Magazine'', 1964 Meanwhile, officials in Montgomery (w:Montgomery, Alabama), the place of her historic act of defiance, and Detroit (w:Detroit), her later home and deathplace, ordered that the first seat of every public bus will be reserved to honor Parks until her funeral, which is set for Wednesday. King was born on November 17, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama (w:Montgomery, Alabama). An actress, speaker and producer, King played Rosa Parks (w:Rosa Parks) in the ''King'' miniseries in 1978. She was also the CEO of Higher Grounds Productions, a company that produces events related to spirituality and which advertised King for speeches and performances.


prominent buildings

Tallapoosa rivers. The most prominent feature of Montgomery's skyline is the Other prominent buildings include 60 Commerce Street, 8 Commerce Street, RSA Dexter Avenue Building


local hit

by the Andantes (The Andantes)), and "Alright" (1960). Williams and Romanowski (1988), pp. 32–38. Between these two releases, Albert "Mooch" Harrell replaced Pee-Wee Crawford. "Come On" was a local hit for the Distants, and the Warwick label picked the record up for national distribution. After the release of "Alright", Matthews appointed Williams the group leader, and the group was renamed ''Otis Williams & the Distants''. Though Otis Williams had a pleasant, but unremarkable, lead voice, he organized the group and so became the defacto leader, as he would later with the Temptations. Williams and Romanowski (1988), pp. 40. During his tenure in Montgomery he warned of the dangers of Irish (Irish American) immigration to the United States and the accompanying growth of Catholicism in a book, ''Our Country: Its Danger and Duty'' (New York, 1844). "If the devotees of this unholy faith have so rapidly increased within a few years to number TWO MILLIONS, how long will it take them to rival and exceed the American Protestants?", qtd. in Lipscomb 8-9. He fared well in Montgomery as a preacher, providing for a family consisting of a wife, two children, and two sisters, and owning two slaves. Lipscomb 13. Compelled by tuberculosis to retire from the ministry, he founded in 1849 the Metropolitan Institute for Young Ladies at Montgomery, Alabama. Lipscomb then served as the inaugural President (1856–1859) of the Tuskegee Female College of the Methodist Episcopal Church South in Alabama (present-day Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama). Born in Montgomery, Alabama, Dreyfus was a graduate of Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. He is widely publicized for being the man who "invented" the commonplace mutual fund through direct marketing to the public. Jack Dreyfus - Maverick Wizard Behind the Wall Street Lion, ''Life Magazine'', 1964 Meanwhile, officials in Montgomery (w:Montgomery, Alabama), the place of her historic act of defiance, and Detroit (w:Detroit), her later home and deathplace, ordered that the first seat of every public bus will be reserved to honor Parks until her funeral, which is set for Wednesday. King was born on November 17, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama (w:Montgomery, Alabama). An actress, speaker and producer, King played Rosa Parks (w:Rosa Parks) in the ''King'' miniseries in 1978. She was also the CEO of Higher Grounds Productions, a company that produces events related to spirituality and which advertised King for speeches and performances.


medical reasons

. Sirica . Mitchell served only 19 months of his sentence, at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama), Alabama, a minimum security prison, before being released on parole for medical reasons. Tape


training field

Television Network RTN affiliate) Lowndes County is part of the Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama) Metropolitan Statistical Area (Montgomery Metropolitan Area). thumb left "Daredevil Lindbergh" in his Curtiss JN-4 "Jenny" in 1923. (File:"Daredevil Lindbergh".jpg) Lindbergh's first solo flight did not come until May 1923 at Souther Field (Jimmy Carter Regional Airport) in Americus, Georgia, a former Army flight training field where he had come to buy


publications including

: www.bestofneworleans.com dispatch 2003-06-17 news_feat.html "News Feature" , ''Best of New Orleans'', 17 Jun 2003 '''Marlon Ordell Anderson''' (born January 16, 1974 in Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama), Alabama) is a former http: www.truebluela.com 2009 4 27 856380 marlon-anderson-best-player-in Major League Baseball utility player (Utility player#Baseball). He was widely known for his clutch hits, and writers for publications including The New York

Montgomery, Alabama

'''Montgomery'''

The city was incorporated in 1819, as a merger of two towns situated along the Alabama River. It became the state capital in 1846, representing the shift of power to the south-central area with the growth of cotton as a commodity crop of the Black Belt (Black Belt (U.S. region)) and Mobile's rise as a mercantile port. In February 1861, Montgomery was selected as the first capital of the Confederate States of America, until the seat of government moved to Richmond, Virginia, in May of that year. During the mid-20th century, Montgomery was a major site of events in the African-American Civil Rights Movement, Beito, David (David Beito) (2009-05-02) Something is Rotten in Montgomery, ''LewRockwell.com'' including the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Selma to Montgomery marches.

In addition to housing many Alabama government agencies, Montgomery has a large military (Military of the United States) presence due to Maxwell Air Force Base; public universities Alabama State University, Troy University (Montgomery campus), and Auburn University at Montgomery; private colleges universities Faulkner University and Huntingdon College; high-tech manufacturing, including Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama; and cultural attractions such as the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.

Two ships (USS Montgomery) of the United States Navy have been named after the city, including USS Montgomery (LCS-8). "Navy Names Littoral Combat Ships Jackson and Montgomery" DOD press release. March 25, 2011

Montgomery has won several national awards including being voted Best Historic City by USA Today, being named an All-America City in 2014 by the National Civic League, and being named the happiest city in Alabama. Montgomery has also been recognized nationally for its successful, and ongoing downtown revitalization and new urbanism projects with Montgomery having been one of he first cities in the nation to implement Smart Code Zoning.

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