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  • A.J. Wright
    *USA Students Dig into Past-Mobile Register 28 Jan 2001 http://www.al.com/news/mobile/?Jan2001/28-a421616a.html [Univ of South Alabama work at Historic
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      *USA Students Dig into Past-Mobile Register 28 Jan 2001
      http://www.al.com/news/mobile/?Jan2001/28-a421616a.html
      [Univ of South Alabama work at Historic Blakeley Park]

      *Climbing the Family Tree column by Eugenia Parker-Mobile Register 1 Feb
      2001
      http://www.al.com/news/mobile/?Feb2001/1-a428539a.html

      *History's Knot: For 100 Years, An Obstacle at the Center of
      Government-Birmingham News 29 Jan 2001
      http://www.al.com/news/birmingham/?Jan2001/29-e190590a.html
      [an entry in the paper's multi-part series of editorials about Alabama's
      1901 constitution]

      *Film's Story: Scholars Fled Nazis for South-Birmigham News 1 Feb 2001
      http://www.al.com/news/birmingham/?Feb2001/1-e428072b.html
      [Describes a PBS program airing TONIGHT; Talladega College was one of the
      black schools that offered faculty posts to these Jewish scholars]

      APTV's For the Record: "Without Sanctuary" 31 Jan 2001
      http://www.aptv.org/ftr/details.asp?FTRID=218
      [last night's For the Record program included extensive interviews with
      James Allen, author of the book "Without Sanctuary" that covers the visual
      record of lynching in America...also interviewed was Richard Bailey, a
      Montgomery historian of African-Americans in Alabama...this fascinating
      program noted that Tuskeegee Institute holds one of the largest repositories
      in the country of material related to lynching...this site includes links to
      Mr. Allen's site and other lynching sites....

      --aj wright // ajwright@...
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