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Stock Photo #1566-377387, Historic State Capitol building, Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Historic State Capitol building, Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #1566-377397, The first White House of the Confederacy in the historic city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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The first White House of the Confederacy in the historic city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #4048-8970, George Wallace stepping aside as President John Kennedy walks to the speakers platform at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. JFK keeps his head down, avoiding eye contact or communication with the segregationist governor. May 18, 1963.
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George Wallace stepping aside as President John Kennedy walks to the speakers platform at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. JFK keeps h...
George Wallace stepping aside as President John Kennedy walks to the speakers platform at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. JFK keeps his head down, avoiding eye contact or communication with the segregationist governor. May 18, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-7365, Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company's furnaces at Ensley, Alabama. 1906.
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Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company's furnaces at Ensley, Alabama. 1906.
Stock Photo #181X-4197, Oakleigh Period Museum House Mobile Alabama USA
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Oakleigh Period Museum House Mobile Alabama USA
Stock Photo #4048-9583, Scottsboro Boys' and radical lawyer Samuel Leibowitz cheer at Penn Station. After a six year battle in Alabama and Federal Courts, four of the nine youths were freed this week of charges of assault. L-R: Eugene Williams, Olen Montgomery, Attorney Leibowitz, who is destroying his straw hat in jubilation, Willie Roberson, and Roy Wright. July 26, 1937.
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Scottsboro Boys' and radical lawyer Samuel Leibowitz cheer at Penn Station. After a six year battle in Alabama and Federal Co...
Scottsboro Boys' and radical lawyer Samuel Leibowitz cheer at Penn Station. After a six year battle in Alabama and Federal Courts, four of the nine youths were freed this week of charges of assault. L-R: Eugene Williams, Olen Montgomery, Attorney Leibowitz, who is destroying his straw hat in jubilation, Willie Roberson, and Roy Wright. July 26, 1937.
Stock Photo #4048-2226, Tuskeegee, Alabama: The U.S. Army's first all-Black air unit, the 99th Pursuit Squadron, instructed be Lt. Donald B. McPhereson. From left: Leeuel R. Custis, Mac Ross, Charles, DeBow, Frederick H. Moore, C.H. Flowers, Jr., George Levi Knox, Lee Rayford, Sherman W. White, Jr., George S. Roberts, and James B. Knighten, 1/23/42.
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Tuskeegee, Alabama: The U.S. Army's first all-Black air unit, the 99th Pursuit Squadron, instructed be Lt. Donald B. McPheres...
Tuskeegee, Alabama: The U.S. Army's first all-Black air unit, the 99th Pursuit Squadron, instructed be Lt. Donald B. McPhereson. From left: Leeuel R. Custis, Mac Ross, Charles, DeBow, Frederick H. Moore, C.H. Flowers, Jr., George Levi Knox, Lee Rayford, Sherman W. White, Jr., George S. Roberts, and James B. Knighten, 1/23/42.
Stock Photo #1912-1007, 1861 Alamuchee Covered Bridge Used by Southern Soldiers in Civil War Livingston Alabama
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1861 Alamuchee Covered Bridge Used by Southern Soldiers in Civil War Livingston Alabama
Stock Photo #4048-2624, The Alabama Theatre, perspective view of stage looking from the east, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
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The Alabama Theatre, perspective view of stage looking from the east, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa ...
The Alabama Theatre, perspective view of stage looking from the east, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
Stock Photo #4048-8968, Governor George Wallace of Alabama. June, 8, 1964.
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Governor George Wallace of Alabama. June, 8, 1964.
Stock Photo #1566-1105937, Aircraft museum at the USS Alabama Battleship Park in Mobile Alabama
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Aircraft museum at the USS Alabama Battleship Park in Mobile Alabama
Stock Photo #4048-2227, Tuskegee, Alabama: The 99th Pursuit Squadron. Major James A. Ellison returns the laute of Mac Ross, 1/23/42.
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Tuskegee, Alabama: The 99th Pursuit Squadron. Major James A. Ellison returns the laute of Mac Ross, 1/23/42.
Stock Photo #4048-10427, Martin Luther King addresses Selma demonstrators. The previous day 2,500 protested the police violence of 'Bloody Sunday,' on March 7, 1965,
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Martin Luther King addresses Selma demonstrators. The previous day 2,500 protested the police violence of 'Bloody Sunday,' on...
Martin Luther King addresses Selma demonstrators. The previous day 2,500 protested the police violence of 'Bloody Sunday,' on March 7, 1965,
Stock Photo #4048-10422, Segregationist rally in Little Rock. Whites holding signs protesting against 'Communist race-mixing' on the steps of the State capitol. Little Rock, Alabama, Aug. 20, 1959.
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Segregationist rally in Little Rock. Whites holding signs protesting against 'Communist race-mixing' on the steps of the Stat...
Segregationist rally in Little Rock. Whites holding signs protesting against 'Communist race-mixing' on the steps of the State capitol. Little Rock, Alabama, Aug. 20, 1959.
Stock Photo #4286-19904, Birmingham, AL, Alabama, Vulcan Statue at the summit of Red Mountain in Vulcan Park in Birmingham.
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Birmingham, AL, Alabama, Vulcan Statue at the summit of Red Mountain in Vulcan Park in Birmingham.
Stock Photo #1566-1227536, The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motivated terrorism The explosion at the African-American church killed four girls
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The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motiv...
The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motivated terrorism The explosion at the African-American church killed four girls
Stock Photo #4048-2622, Exterior of the Alabama Theatre, marquee reads: 'Showplace of the South', Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
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Exterior of the Alabama Theatre, marquee reads: 'Showplace of the South', Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph ci...
Exterior of the Alabama Theatre, marquee reads: 'Showplace of the South', Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
Stock Photo #4048-10474, Troops at the University of Alabama. Federalized National Guard kept peace while African Americans, Vivian Malone and James Hood, registered for classes. June 11, 1963.
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Troops at the University of Alabama. Federalized National Guard kept peace while African Americans, Vivian Malone and James H...
Troops at the University of Alabama. Federalized National Guard kept peace while African Americans, Vivian Malone and James Hood, registered for classes. June 11, 1963.
Stock Photo #1566-414291, Martin Luther King Jr statue with 16th Ave Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, Birmingham, Alabama. USA.
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Martin Luther King Jr statue with 16th Ave Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, Birmingham, Alabama. USA.
Stock Photo #4048-10430, Smashed car window and bloodstains after the murder of Viola Liuzzo. Liuzzo was shot by Ku Klux Klan while ferrying marchers back to Selma from Montgomery. March 25, 1965.
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Smashed car window and bloodstains after the murder of Viola Liuzzo. Liuzzo was shot by Ku Klux Klan while ferrying marchers ...
Smashed car window and bloodstains after the murder of Viola Liuzzo. Liuzzo was shot by Ku Klux Klan while ferrying marchers back to Selma from Montgomery. March 25, 1965.
Stock Photo #4048-8979, Alabama Governor George Wallace sits in a wheel chair to address the 1972 Democratic Convention. The right wing politician won five 1972 Democratic primaries before he was shot and paralyzed while campaigning. July 11, 1972.
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Alabama Governor George Wallace sits in a wheel chair to address the 1972 Democratic Convention. The right wing politician wo...
Alabama Governor George Wallace sits in a wheel chair to address the 1972 Democratic Convention. The right wing politician won five 1972 Democratic primaries before he was shot and paralyzed while campaigning. July 11, 1972.
Stock Photo #4048-8975, Gov. George Wallace in 1974. The wheelchair bound segregationist Governor easily won the 1974 Alabama primary and then the general election, receiving 83% of the ballots cast. 1974.
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Gov. George Wallace in 1974. The wheelchair bound segregationist Governor easily won the 1974 Alabama primary and then the ge...
Gov. George Wallace in 1974. The wheelchair bound segregationist Governor easily won the 1974 Alabama primary and then the general election, receiving 83% of the ballots cast. 1974.
Stock Photo #4048-8528, Historic Rikard's Mill near Beatrice, Alabama. Constructed 1840, 2010 photograph.
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Historic Rikard's Mill near Beatrice, Alabama. Constructed 1840, 2010 photograph.
Stock Photo #1566-1230897, Sixteenth Street Baptist Church ,Birmingham, Alabama, USA, North America
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Sixteenth Street Baptist Church ,Birmingham, Alabama, USA, North America
Stock Photo #1486-5307, Huntsville Alabama USA
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Huntsville Alabama USA
Stock Photo #1370-2354, Wingate-Dozier Home Eufaula Alabama USA
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Wingate-Dozier Home Eufaula Alabama USA
Stock Photo #4048-8567, African Americans refused admission to Murphy High School. Dorothy Bridget Davis and Henry Hobdy were blocked by state troopers acting under orders of Governor George Wallace. Mobile, Alabama. 1963.
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African Americans refused admission to Murphy High School. Dorothy Bridget Davis and Henry Hobdy were blocked by state troope...
African Americans refused admission to Murphy High School. Dorothy Bridget Davis and Henry Hobdy were blocked by state troopers acting under orders of Governor George Wallace. Mobile, Alabama. 1963.
Stock Photo #464-202, Fort Morgan State Park Alabama USA
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Fort Morgan State Park Alabama USA
Stock Photo #4048-8976, Alabama Gov. George Wallace puffs on a cigar. He was at the National Governors' Conference listening to a speech by Vice President Spiro Agnew. Feb. 23, 1972.
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Alabama Gov. George Wallace puffs on a cigar. He was at the National Governors' Conference listening to a speech by Vice Pres...
Alabama Gov. George Wallace puffs on a cigar. He was at the National Governors' Conference listening to a speech by Vice President Spiro Agnew. Feb. 23, 1972.
Stock Photo #4048-2627, The Alabama Theatre, view of the Spanish lounge, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
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The Alabama Theatre, view of the Spanish lounge, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
Stock Photo #4048-9577, Defense at the Scottsboro Trial. George Chamlee (right) of the Defense Counsel with Charles Mann, Circuit Court of Jackson County, Alabama. Chamlee was a Southern lawyer hired by the legal arm of the American Communist Party. Nov. 25, 1933.
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Defense at the Scottsboro Trial. George Chamlee (right) of the Defense Counsel with Charles Mann, Circuit Court of Jackson Co...
Defense at the Scottsboro Trial. George Chamlee (right) of the Defense Counsel with Charles Mann, Circuit Court of Jackson County, Alabama. Chamlee was a Southern lawyer hired by the legal arm of the American Communist Party. Nov. 25, 1933.
Stock Photo #1566-377396, Historic Union Train Station city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Historic Union Train Station city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #4048-5026, The work boots of Foyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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The work boots of Foyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous...
The work boots of Foyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-10553, Montgomery Bus Boycott leaders are cheered. Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy calms the audience at the First Baptist Church following a standing ovation for leaders of the bus boycott. The leaders were indicted for violating a statue barring boycotts without just cause. Feb. 23, 1956.
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Montgomery Bus Boycott leaders are cheered. Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy calms the audience at the First Baptist Church follow...
Montgomery Bus Boycott leaders are cheered. Reverend Ralph D. Abernathy calms the audience at the First Baptist Church following a standing ovation for leaders of the bus boycott. The leaders were indicted for violating a statue barring boycotts without just cause. Feb. 23, 1956.
Stock Photo #1598R-9939801, 'State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery'
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'State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery'
Stock Photo #4048-10442, Segregationist governors Lester Maddox and George Wallace. Maddox pours a cup of coffee for former Alabama governor George Wallace at the governor's mansion in Atlanta
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Segregationist governors Lester Maddox and George Wallace. Maddox pours a cup of coffee for former Alabama governor George Wa...
Segregationist governors Lester Maddox and George Wallace. Maddox pours a cup of coffee for former Alabama governor George Wallace at the governor's mansion in Atlanta
Stock Photo #1566-377394, American Civil War Monument at the historic capital city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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American Civil War Monument at the historic capital city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10426, Alabama State Trooper offers no assistance. An unconscious woman is removed by two fellow marchers after she fell in charge of police that broke up first attempted Selma-to-Montgomery on March 7, 1965, afterward called 'Bloody Sunday'.
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Alabama State Trooper offers no assistance. An unconscious woman is removed by two fellow marchers after she fell in charge o...
Alabama State Trooper offers no assistance. An unconscious woman is removed by two fellow marchers after she fell in charge of police that broke up first attempted Selma-to-Montgomery on March 7, 1965, afterward called 'Bloody Sunday'.
Stock Photo #4048-10813, Dr. Werhner von Braun with Walt Disney. Von Braun worked with Disney Studios as a technical director, making three films about space exploration for television in 1954.
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Dr. Werhner von Braun with Walt Disney. Von Braun worked with Disney Studios as a technical director, making three films abou...
Dr. Werhner von Braun with Walt Disney. Von Braun worked with Disney Studios as a technical director, making three films about space exploration for television in 1954.
Stock Photo #4029R-19059, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
Stock Photo #1486-5301, Weeden Museum Huntsville Alabama USA
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Weeden Museum Huntsville Alabama USA
Stock Photo #4048-1913, Black Congressmen during Reconstruction. (seated) Sen. H.R. Revels, Mississippi; Rep. Benjamin S. Turner, Alabama; Rep. Josiah T. Walls, Florida; Rep. Joseph H. Rainy, South Carolina; Rep. Robert Brown Elliott, South Carolina (standing) Rep. Robert C. DeLarge, South Carolina; Rep. Jefferson H. Long, Georgia. Early 1870s. Courtesy: CSU Archives/Everett Collec
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Black Congressmen during Reconstruction. (seated) Sen. H.R. Revels, Mississippi; Rep. Benjamin S. Turner, Alabama; Rep. Josia...
Black Congressmen during Reconstruction. (seated) Sen. H.R. Revels, Mississippi; Rep. Benjamin S. Turner, Alabama; Rep. Josiah T. Walls, Florida; Rep. Joseph H. Rainy, South Carolina; Rep. Robert Brown Elliott, South Carolina (standing) Rep. Robert C. DeLarge, South Carolina; Rep. Jefferson H. Long, Georgia. Early 1870s. Courtesy: CSU Archives/Everett Collec
Stock Photo #4048-10581, Legal retaliation for Montgomery Bus Boycott. Ninety bus boycott leaders gather outside the courthouse in Montgomery, Alabama, after arraignment for participation in the bus boycott. They were charged with violating a statue barring boycotts without just cause. February 25, 1956.
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Legal retaliation for Montgomery Bus Boycott. Ninety bus boycott leaders gather outside the courthouse in Montgomery, Alabama...
Legal retaliation for Montgomery Bus Boycott. Ninety bus boycott leaders gather outside the courthouse in Montgomery, Alabama, after arraignment for participation in the bus boycott. They were charged with violating a statue barring boycotts without just cause. February 25, 1956.
Stock Photo #4029R-7328, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
Stock Photo #4048-10428, African American women dance at a civil rights demonstration. Over the first three weeks of March 1965, the Selma 'occupation' grew to 8,000 protesters, before they left on the Selma-Montgomery March of March 21.
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African American women dance at a civil rights demonstration. Over the first three weeks of March 1965, the Selma 'occupation...
African American women dance at a civil rights demonstration. Over the first three weeks of March 1965, the Selma 'occupation' grew to 8,000 protesters, before they left on the Selma-Montgomery March of March 21.
Stock Photo #1596-288, Road passing through a tunnel, Fort Morgan State Historic Site, Alabama, USA
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Road passing through a tunnel, Fort Morgan State Historic Site, Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #4048-2610, Child labor. Brown Mcdowell, who works at the Princess Theatre, from 10am to 10 pm, has only reached the second grade. The theater is showing THE EX-CONVICT, Birmingham, Alabama, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, 1914.
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Child labor. Brown Mcdowell, who works at the Princess Theatre, from 10am to 10 pm, has only reached the second grade. The th...
Child labor. Brown Mcdowell, who works at the Princess Theatre, from 10am to 10 pm, has only reached the second grade. The theater is showing THE EX-CONVICT, Birmingham, Alabama, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, 1914.
Stock Photo #1035-12115, Huntsville, Alabama: May 29, 1959. Monkey Baker, the payload of Jupiter (AM-18), poses on a model of the Jupiter vehicle.
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Huntsville, Alabama: May 29, 1959. Monkey Baker, the payload of Jupiter (AM-18), poses on a model of the Jupiter vehicle.
Stock Photo #4048-1145, Civil rights demonstrators at an all-night vigil in front of the White House. They want President Johnson to provide federal protection for black people in Alabama, 1965
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Civil rights demonstrators at an all-night vigil in front of the White House. They want President Johnson to provide federal ...
Civil rights demonstrators at an all-night vigil in front of the White House. They want President Johnson to provide federal protection for black people in Alabama, 1965
Stock Photo #1599R-18624, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
Stock Photo #4048-1146, Demonstrators lock arms in front of the Dallas County courthouse in Selma, Alabama. Sheriff Jim Clark had them all arrested, 1965
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Demonstrators lock arms in front of the Dallas County courthouse in Selma, Alabama. Sheriff Jim Clark had them all arrested, ...
Demonstrators lock arms in front of the Dallas County courthouse in Selma, Alabama. Sheriff Jim Clark had them all arrested, 1965
Stock Photo #1566-377388, Replica of the Liberty Bell in front of the Historic State Capitol building, Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Replica of the Liberty Bell in front of the Historic State Capitol building, Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #4048-8969, George Wallace (left) blocks integration of the University of Alabama. It was his symbolic last stand, as he made a short speech before yielding to Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach (right, wiping face with handkerchief) and the Federal order to 'cease and desist' his obstruction of Vivian Malone's and James Hood's entry to the University of Alabama. June 11, 1963.
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George Wallace (left) blocks integration of the University of Alabama. It was his symbolic last stand, as he made a short spe...
George Wallace (left) blocks integration of the University of Alabama. It was his symbolic last stand, as he made a short speech before yielding to Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach (right, wiping face with handkerchief) and the Federal order to 'cease and desist' his obstruction of Vivian Malone's and James Hood's entry to the University of Alabama. June 11, 1963.
Stock Photo #181X-3863, Braille Book Home of Helen Keller Tuscambia Alabama, USA
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Braille Book Home of Helen Keller Tuscambia Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #4029R-318732, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
Stock Photo #181X-4147, Fort Gaines Historic Site Alabama USA
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Fort Gaines Historic Site Alabama USA
Stock Photo #1566-377400, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts in the historic city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts in the historic city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #1566-377389, Official flags of the 50 different state on the mall of the Historic State Capitol building, Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Official flags of the 50 different state on the mall of the Historic State Capitol building, Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #255-420671, USA, Alabama, Mobile, Oakleigh House Museum, View on museum's building through blossoming bush
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USA, Alabama, Mobile, Oakleigh House Museum, View on museum's building through blossoming bush
Stock Photo #4048-5019, Roadside Stand Near Birmingham, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Roadside Stand Near Birmingham, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1...
Roadside Stand Near Birmingham, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #1889R-80735, American flag flying through the archway of the ruins of a brick wall, tuscaloosa alabama united states of america
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American flag flying through the archway of the ruins of a brick wall, tuscaloosa alabama united states of america
Stock Photo #4048-2277, African Americans viewing the bomb-damaged home of Arthur Shores, NAACP attorney, by Marion S. Trikosko, Birmingham, Alabama, September 5, 1963.
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African Americans viewing the bomb-damaged home of Arthur Shores, NAACP attorney, by Marion S. Trikosko, Birmingham, Alabama,...
African Americans viewing the bomb-damaged home of Arthur Shores, NAACP attorney, by Marion S. Trikosko, Birmingham, Alabama, September 5, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-9849, President John Kennedy television address on Civil Rights. In front of cameras and reporters as JFK said every American should stop and 'examine his conscience' about the rights of African Americans. He made the speech in the wake of the crisis over admitting two African Americans to the University of Alabama. June 11, 1963.
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President John Kennedy television address on Civil Rights. In front of cameras and reporters as JFK said every American shoul...
President John Kennedy television address on Civil Rights. In front of cameras and reporters as JFK said every American should stop and 'examine his conscience' about the rights of African Americans. He made the speech in the wake of the crisis over admitting two African Americans to the University of Alabama. June 11, 1963.
Stock Photo #1598R-9939685, 'State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery'
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'State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery'
Stock Photo #4048-10431, Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black's KKK costume. Ku Klux Klan Cyclops, Bill Chappel, holds a hood he claimed was worn by Hugo Black when he belonged to the Klan in the 1920s. As a young Alabama politician, Black claimed he joined the Klan to get votes, and later regretted his membership. Nov. 6, 1965.
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Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black's KKK costume. Ku Klux Klan Cyclops, Bill Chappel, holds a hood he claimed was worn by Hugo ...
Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black's KKK costume. Ku Klux Klan Cyclops, Bill Chappel, holds a hood he claimed was worn by Hugo Black when he belonged to the Klan in the 1920s. As a young Alabama politician, Black claimed he joined the Klan to get votes, and later regretted his membership. Nov. 6, 1965.
Stock Photo #1840-38409, Alabama Room, Hotel de Ville, Geneva Convention Signed In 1864, Geneva
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Alabama Room, Hotel de Ville, Geneva Convention Signed In 1864, Geneva
Stock Photo #181X-3885, Ivy Green The Home of Helen Keller Tuscambia Alabama, USA
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Ivy Green The Home of Helen Keller Tuscambia Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #1566-377402, Church Street United Methodist in historic Selma. Alabama. USA.
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Church Street United Methodist in historic Selma. Alabama. USA.
Stock Photo #255-44990, USA, Alabama, Mobile, Oakleigh House Museum
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USA, Alabama, Mobile, Oakleigh House Museum
Stock Photo #4048-4933, Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute. Tuskegee, Alabam ca. 1915
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Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute. Tuskegee, Alabam ca. 1915
Stock Photo #1599-8917, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
Stock Photo #4048-10038, Malcolm X visits the voting rights protest in Selma, Alabama. He is about to photograph the church in which he spoke to protesters. Feb. 4, 1965.
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Malcolm X visits the voting rights protest in Selma, Alabama. He is about to photograph the church in which he spoke to prote...
Malcolm X visits the voting rights protest in Selma, Alabama. He is about to photograph the church in which he spoke to protesters. Feb. 4, 1965.
Stock Photo #1598R-9941398, 'State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery'
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Stock Photo #4048-1158, Thousands of people crowd around the church where the funeral of three of the four girls killed in a church bombing is being held, Birmingham, Alabama, 1963
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Thousands of people crowd around the church where the funeral of three of the four girls killed in a church bombing is being held, Birmingham, Alabama, 1963
Stock Photo #4048-7043, Switchyard at TVA's Wilson Dam hydroelectric plant, near Sheffield, Alabama. A series of electrical transformers topped with ceramic insulators, transfer power from the generation system of the Wilson Dam to the distribution system that delivered power to consumers. 1942.
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Switchyard at TVA's Wilson Dam hydroelectric plant, near Sheffield, Alabama. A series of electrical transformers topped with ...
Switchyard at TVA's Wilson Dam hydroelectric plant, near Sheffield, Alabama. A series of electrical transformers topped with ceramic insulators, transfer power from the generation system of the Wilson Dam to the distribution system that delivered power to consumers. 1942.
Stock Photo #1566-377386, Historic State Capitol building, Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #1599R-18622, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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Stock Photo #4048-8965, Alabama Governor George Wallace and his wife, Cornelia, hold up newspaper with headline 'Wallace wins in Maryland, Michigan', Democratic Presidential primaries. May 17, 1972.
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Alabama Governor George Wallace and his wife, Cornelia, hold up newspaper with headline 'Wallace wins in Maryland, Michigan',...
Alabama Governor George Wallace and his wife, Cornelia, hold up newspaper with headline 'Wallace wins in Maryland, Michigan', Democratic Presidential primaries. May 17, 1972.
Stock Photo #1598R-9944404, Silver Map of Alabama
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Stock Photo #1889R-80734, Ruins of the capital building, tuscaloosa alabama united states of america
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Stock Photo #1795R-47061, USA, Alabama, Montgomery, Christmas tree outside State Capitol building
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Stock Photo #1890-119588, Pictographs, Alabama Hills, Inyo National Forest, California, United States of America, North America
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Stock Photo #1566-1230894, The Cathedral Church of the Advent in Birmingham, Alabama, USA, North America
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Stock Photo #1889R-80481, Ruins of the capital building, tuscaloosa alabama united states of america
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Stock Photo #1599-8513, A rocket at the historic Redstone Rocket Test Site at the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama
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A rocket at the historic Redstone Rocket Test Site at the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama
Stock Photo #4048-3252, Farmer looking at new equipment, Saturday afternoon, Enterprise, Alabama, photograph by Marion Post Wolcott, circa 1939.
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Stock Photo #1566-377390, Winding spiral staircase in the Historic State Capitol building, Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #4220-3654, BOOKER T WASHINGTON American educator, born a slave; established and head of the Tuskegee Institute, Alabama. Date: 1856 - 1915
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BOOKER T WASHINGTON American educator, born a slave; established and head of the Tuskegee Institute, Alabama. Date: 1856 - 19...
BOOKER T WASHINGTON American educator, born a slave; established and head of the Tuskegee Institute, Alabama. Date: 1856 - 1915
Stock Photo #1599R-18618, Silver Map of Alabama
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Stock Photo #4048-6921, Audience at the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, Alabama during a standing ovation for the leaders of the Montgomery Improvement Association in the early months of the year long bus boycott on February 23, 1956. Among the MIA leaders were Martin Luther King, Fred Shuttleswoth, and E. D. Nixon.
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Audience at the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, Alabama during a standing ovation for the leaders of the Montgomery Impro...
Audience at the First Baptist Church of Montgomery, Alabama during a standing ovation for the leaders of the Montgomery Improvement Association in the early months of the year long bus boycott on February 23, 1956. Among the MIA leaders were Martin Luther King, Fred Shuttleswoth, and E. D. Nixon.
Stock Photo #4048-5012, Chicken coop on the farm of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Chicken coop on the farm of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Pr...
Chicken coop on the farm of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-10904, Yolande Betbeze, Alabama's entry won the 1951 Miss America beauty contest. After winning the title she refused to wear a bathing suit at public events. She later marched for civil rights, took part in Woolworth sit-ins, and marched in a feminist demonstration against Miss America pageant.
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Yolande Betbeze, Alabama's entry won the 1951 Miss America beauty contest. After winning the title she refused to wear a bath...
Yolande Betbeze, Alabama's entry won the 1951 Miss America beauty contest. After winning the title she refused to wear a bathing suit at public events. She later marched for civil rights, took part in Woolworth sit-ins, and marched in a feminist demonstration against Miss America pageant.
Stock Photo #1598R-9980743, 'State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery'
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Stock Photo #4048-10584, Eugene 'Bull' Connor, Birmingham, Alabama's notorious Commissioner of Public Safety. In 1963 he led months of brutality against Civil Rights protests, including dogs and fire hoses. He is reading a press release announcing bi-racial agreement between the SCLC (Southern Christian Leadership Conference lead by Martin Luther King) and the Senior Citizens Committee, to end racial strife in Birmingham, Alabama. May 10, 1963.
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Eugene 'Bull' Connor, Birmingham, Alabama's notorious Commissioner of Public Safety. In 1963 he led months of brutality again...
Eugene 'Bull' Connor, Birmingham, Alabama's notorious Commissioner of Public Safety. In 1963 he led months of brutality against Civil Rights protests, including dogs and fire hoses. He is reading a press release announcing bi-racial agreement between the SCLC (Southern Christian Leadership Conference lead by Martin Luther King) and the Senior Citizens Committee, to end racial strife in Birmingham, Alabama. May 10, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-8972, Segregationist solidarity. Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox leads cheers for Alabama Gov. and American Independent Party presidential candidate George Wallace. Wallace won Georgia's electoral votes. Nov. 4, 1968.
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Segregationist solidarity. Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox leads cheers for Alabama Gov. and American Independent Party presidenti...
Segregationist solidarity. Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox leads cheers for Alabama Gov. and American Independent Party presidential candidate George Wallace. Wallace won Georgia's electoral votes. Nov. 4, 1968.
Stock Photo #4048-5014, Fireplace in the bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Fireplace in the bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in th...
Fireplace in the bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-4393, A.D.T. Boys. 'They all smokes.' Birmingham, Alabama., photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, 1910
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Stock Photo #4048-3896, Hell's Half Acre, from original caption: 'row of disreputable houses at the edge of the mill settlement. These houses harbor the scum of the negroes and whites of the vicinity, and are separated from the village by a ditch, mill people patronize these resorts, broken down mill girls end up in them', photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, Alabama, 1910.
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Hell's Half Acre, from original caption: 'row of disreputable houses at the edge of the mill settlement. These houses harbor ...
Hell's Half Acre, from original caption: 'row of disreputable houses at the edge of the mill settlement. These houses harbor the scum of the negroes and whites of the vicinity, and are separated from the village by a ditch, mill people patronize these resorts, broken down mill girls end up in them', photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, Alabama, 1910.
Stock Photo #1599R-18625, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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Stock Photo #1566-1205871, Building of Alabama Association of Realtors, Montgomery, Capital of the U S state of Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #4048-3761, Portrait of an African American man, Honorable Jeremiah Haralson, American Legislator of Alabama, killed by wild beasts near Denver, Colorado, circa 1856-1880.
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Portrait of an African American man, Honorable Jeremiah Haralson, American Legislator of Alabama, killed by wild beasts near ...
Portrait of an African American man, Honorable Jeremiah Haralson, American Legislator of Alabama, killed by wild beasts near Denver, Colorado, circa 1856-1880.
Stock Photo #1486-10386, Old Alabama Town Museum Montgomery Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #1912-1005, Mound Approaching storm Moundville Archaeological Park Moundville Alabama
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Stock Photo #2050-572271, Bellingrath House and Gardens Near Mobile Alabama USA
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Stock Photo #4048-4367, Boy smoking, original caption: 'John Tidwell, a Cotton Mill Product. Doffer in Avondale Mills. Many of these youngsters smoke.', Birmingham, Alabama, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, 1910
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Boy smoking, original caption: 'John Tidwell, a Cotton Mill Product. Doffer in Avondale Mills. Many of these youngsters smoke...
Boy smoking, original caption: 'John Tidwell, a Cotton Mill Product. Doffer in Avondale Mills. Many of these youngsters smoke.', Birmingham, Alabama, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, 1910
Stock Photo #1566-466575, Civil Rights Foot Soldier sculpture, Kelly Ingram Park, Birmingham, Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #1599-8512, The historic Redstone Rocket Test Site and its bomb bunker at the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama
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The historic Redstone Rocket Test Site and its bomb bunker at the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alaba...
The historic Redstone Rocket Test Site and its bomb bunker at the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama
Stock Photo #4048-10583, Young African American demonstrators march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. During the SCLC 'Birmingham Movement,' children and teens were encouraged in protest and be arrested, in order to clog the city's legal system and create bad publicity. May 7, 1963.
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Young African American demonstrators march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. During the SCLC 'Birmingham Movement,' children a...
Young African American demonstrators march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. During the SCLC 'Birmingham Movement,' children and teens were encouraged in protest and be arrested, in order to clog the city's legal system and create bad publicity. May 7, 1963.
Stock Photo #1848-622797, Historical scene, US_American history, 19th century, cotton being loaded onto the Magnolia steamboat via a sliding board, on the Alabama River, Alabama, USA
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Historical scene, US_American history, 19th century, cotton being loaded onto the Magnolia steamboat via a sliding board, on ...
Historical scene, US_American history, 19th century, cotton being loaded onto the Magnolia steamboat via a sliding board, on the Alabama River, Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10429, Selma to Montgomery March completed. Helmeted state conservation department agents with clubs stand on Alabama Capitol steps as 30,000 protester complete their march for Voting Rights. March 25, 1965.
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Selma to Montgomery March completed. Helmeted state conservation department agents with clubs stand on Alabama Capitol steps ...
Selma to Montgomery March completed. Helmeted state conservation department agents with clubs stand on Alabama Capitol steps as 30,000 protester complete their march for Voting Rights. March 25, 1965.
Stock Photo #1953-1979, Alabama Room, Hotel de Ville, Geneva Convention Signed In 1864, Geneva
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Stock Photo #1486-10401, Bomber USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park Mobile, Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #1486-5304, Facade of a museum, Burritt Museum And Park, Huntsville, Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #4048-1154, Hundreds of people attend the funeral of 14-year-old Carol Robertson in Birmingham, Alabama. She was killed in the bombing of 16th Street Baptist Church with three other girls, 1963
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Hundreds of people attend the funeral of 14-year-old Carol Robertson in Birmingham, Alabama. She was killed in the bombing of...
Hundreds of people attend the funeral of 14-year-old Carol Robertson in Birmingham, Alabama. She was killed in the bombing of 16th Street Baptist Church with three other girls, 1963
Stock Photo #4048-5023, Squeakie asleep. Othel Lee, known as Squeakie, son of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
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Squeakie asleep. Othel Lee, known as Squeakie, son of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the b...
Squeakie asleep. Othel Lee, known as Squeakie, son of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
Stock Photo #1486-16699, USA, Alabama, Birmingham, Historic 4th Avenue District sign
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Stock Photo #1035-11930, Montgomery, Alabama: 1956. Rosa Parks seated toward the front of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama.
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Montgomery, Alabama: 1956. Rosa Parks seated toward the front of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama.
Stock Photo #4048-9634, 75 Ku Klux Klansman joined the congregation of the Massay Line Church of God, located near Birmingham, Alabama. A Klan spokesman said the action was taken to intimidate patrons of a nearby beer joint who tried to 'disturb the peace', referring to desegregation. Nov. 24, 1948.
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75 Ku Klux Klansman joined the congregation of the Massay Line Church of God, located near Birmingham, Alabama. A Klan spokes...
75 Ku Klux Klansman joined the congregation of the Massay Line Church of God, located near Birmingham, Alabama. A Klan spokesman said the action was taken to intimidate patrons of a nearby beer joint who tried to 'disturb the peace', referring to desegregation. Nov. 24, 1948.
Stock Photo #1566-377395, Statue monument of Jefferson Davis the President of the Confederate state of America in the historic city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Statue monument of Jefferson Davis the President of the Confederate state of America in the historic city of Montgomery. Alab...
Statue monument of Jefferson Davis the President of the Confederate state of America in the historic city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #4048-8961, Governor-elect Lurleen Wallace, and her husband, outgoing Governor George Wallace. Lurleen was a surrogate candidate for her husband, allowing him to evade Alabama term limits. Jan 16, 1967
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Governor-elect Lurleen Wallace, and her husband, outgoing Governor George Wallace. Lurleen was a surrogate candidate for her ...
Governor-elect Lurleen Wallace, and her husband, outgoing Governor George Wallace. Lurleen was a surrogate candidate for her husband, allowing him to evade Alabama term limits. Jan 16, 1967
Stock Photo #1599R-18628, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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Stock Photo #1566-923848, Statue of Reverend Martin Luther King in Kelly Ingram Park, Civil Rights District, Birmingham, Alabama, USA
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Statue of Reverend Martin Luther King in Kelly Ingram Park, Civil Rights District, Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #1486-5305, USA, Alabama, Huntsville, Burritt Museum and Park, Historic mansion
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Stock Photo #4048-1126, Birmingham, Alabama: A young woman kneels in prayer on sidewalk outside city traffic engineering building, 5/5/63, during anti-segregation protest deomonstration. Hundreds of African-American children and adults were arrested at this deomstration.
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Birmingham, Alabama: A young woman kneels in prayer on sidewalk outside city traffic engineering building, 5/5/63, during ant...
Birmingham, Alabama: A young woman kneels in prayer on sidewalk outside city traffic engineering building, 5/5/63, during anti-segregation protest deomonstration. Hundreds of African-American children and adults were arrested at this deomstration.
Stock Photo #1599R-18620, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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Stock Photo #4409-138386, YOU ARE WADING THROUGH DEEP WATERS, BOY, AINT YOU ?" ALABAMA, US, USA, AMERICA, UNITED STATES, AMERICAN, ENGRAVING 1880.
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YOU ARE WADING THROUGH DEEP WATERS, BOY, AINT YOU ?" ALABAMA, US, USA, AMERICA, UNITED STATES, AMERICAN, ENGRAVING 1880.
Stock Photo #4048-2228, Tuskegee, Alabama: 99th Pursuit Squadron, Tuskegee Airmen in training. From Left: James B. Knighten, Lee Rayford, C.H. Flowers, George Levi Knox, Sherman W. White, Jr., Mac Ross. 1/23/42.
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Tuskegee, Alabama: 99th Pursuit Squadron, Tuskegee Airmen in training. From Left: James B. Knighten, Lee Rayford, C.H. Flower...
Tuskegee, Alabama: 99th Pursuit Squadron, Tuskegee Airmen in training. From Left: James B. Knighten, Lee Rayford, C.H. Flowers, George Levi Knox, Sherman W. White, Jr., Mac Ross. 1/23/42.
Stock Photo #1566-1227534, The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motivated terrorism The explosion at the African-American church killed four girls
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The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motiv...
The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motivated terrorism The explosion at the African-American church killed four girls
Stock Photo #1890-88193, The 1860 Richards_DAR house, a fine Italianate house museum in the city´s historic district, Mobile, Alabama, United States of America U.S.A., North America
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The 1860 Richards_DAR house, a fine Italianate house museum in the city´s historic district, Mobile, Alabama, United States o...
The 1860 Richards_DAR house, a fine Italianate house museum in the city´s historic district, Mobile, Alabama, United States of America U.S.A., North America
Stock Photo #1370-W318, Jemison-Van de Graaff Mansion Tuscaloosa Alabama USA
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Stock Photo #4048-9581, Harlem protests the Scottsboro verdict as a L-Y-N-C-H-I-N-G. Several hundred demonstrated against the death sentence of Heywood Patterson, one of the seven Scottsboro youths, on trial in Decatur, Alabama. Dec. 2, 1933,
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Harlem protests the Scottsboro verdict as a L-Y-N-C-H-I-N-G. Several hundred demonstrated against the death sentence of Heywo...
Harlem protests the Scottsboro verdict as a L-Y-N-C-H-I-N-G. Several hundred demonstrated against the death sentence of Heywood Patterson, one of the seven Scottsboro youths, on trial in Decatur, Alabama. Dec. 2, 1933,
Stock Photo #1597-67435, Usa, Selma City, Alabama, Edmund Pettus
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Stock Photo #1598R-9955828, 'State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery'
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Stock Photo #4186-17864, 1800s 1860s JUNE 1864 CAPTAIN SEMMES OF THE CSS ALABAMA BEING RESCUED BY BOAT FROM BRITISH DEERHOUND
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1800s 1860s JUNE 1864 CAPTAIN SEMMES OF THE CSS ALABAMA BEING RESCUED BY BOAT FROM BRITISH DEERHOUND
Stock Photo #4048-8569, John Lewis (left) and Hosea Williams, leaders of the Voting Rights campaign in Selma Alabama in February-March 1965. Both men were later elected to the US House of Representatives from Georgia.
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John Lewis (left) and Hosea Williams, leaders of the Voting Rights campaign in Selma Alabama in February-March 1965. Both men...
John Lewis (left) and Hosea Williams, leaders of the Voting Rights campaign in Selma Alabama in February-March 1965. Both men were later elected to the US House of Representatives from Georgia.
Stock Photo #4048-8390, President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1965 Civil Rights Bill, also known as the Voting Rights Act. The law came seven months after Martin Luther King's Selma, Alabama campaign, which pressured Congress to pass the legislation. Aug. 6, 1965.
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President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1965 Civil Rights Bill, also known as the Voting Rights Act. The law came seven months a...
President Lyndon Johnson signing the 1965 Civil Rights Bill, also known as the Voting Rights Act. The law came seven months after Martin Luther King's Selma, Alabama campaign, which pressured Congress to pass the legislation. Aug. 6, 1965.
Stock Photo #1566-1227533, The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motivated terrorism The explosion at the African-American church killed four girls
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The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motiv...
The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motivated terrorism The explosion at the African-American church killed four girls
Stock Photo #1566-466582, Postern (tunnel entrance), Fort Morgan State Historic Site, Alabama, USA
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Postern (tunnel entrance), Fort Morgan State Historic Site, Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #1035-13233, Fort Rucker, Alabama: August 27, 1956 One of the 'female' members of the famed Army Aviation Square Dance Team. The four Sikorsky helicopters used by the team are painted to represent two 'ladies' and two 'gentlemen'.
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Fort Rucker, Alabama: August 27, 1956 One of the 'female' members of the famed Army Aviation Square Dance Team. The four Siko...
Fort Rucker, Alabama: August 27, 1956 One of the 'female' members of the famed Army Aviation Square Dance Team. The four Sikorsky helicopters used by the team are painted to represent two 'ladies' and two 'gentlemen'.
Stock Photo #1566-1227535, The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motivated terrorism The explosion at the African-American church killed four girls
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The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motiv...
The 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama It was bombed on Sunday, September 15, 1963 as an act of racially motivated terrorism The explosion at the African-American church killed four girls
Stock Photo #4048-10655, Joe Namath playing golf at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. 1966.
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Joe Namath playing golf at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. 1966.
Stock Photo #4048-4038, Circus poster, Alabama, photograph by Walker Evans, December, 1935.
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Circus poster, Alabama, photograph by Walker Evans, December, 1935.
Stock Photo #4048-5024, Frank Tengle, Bud Fields, and Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecroppers. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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Frank Tengle, Bud Fields, and Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecroppers. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now...
Frank Tengle, Bud Fields, and Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecroppers. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-8370, Lurleen Wallace a surrogate candidate for her husband, stays in the background as her husband, Governor George Wallace, shakes hands with voters in Clayton, Alabama. May 3, 1966.
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Lurleen Wallace a surrogate candidate for her husband, stays in the background as her husband, Governor George Wallace, shakes hands with voters in Clayton, Alabama. May 3, 1966.
Stock Photo #4048-9630, Alvin Horn, Grand Wizard of the Alabama Ku Klux Klan, at a Klan meeting in Montgomery. Nov. 1956.
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Alvin Horn, Grand Wizard of the Alabama Ku Klux Klan, at a Klan meeting in Montgomery. Nov. 1956.
Stock Photo #4048-9578, All White jury in the Scottsboro case. The all male, all white, jury at lunch during a court recess in Decatur, Alabama. April 3, 1933.
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All White jury in the Scottsboro case. The all male, all white, jury at lunch during a court recess in Decatur, Alabama. Apri...
All White jury in the Scottsboro case. The all male, all white, jury at lunch during a court recess in Decatur, Alabama. April 3, 1933.
Stock Photo #4029R-77245, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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Stock Photo #1840-38407, Alabama Room, Hotel de Ville, Geneva Convention Signed In 1864, Geneva
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Stock Photo #4048-10425, Alabama State Trooper stands over an injured protester on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. Police used tear gas, clubs, whips and ropes against demonstrators when they crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge. March 7, 1965.
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Alabama State Trooper stands over an injured protester on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. Police used tear gas, clubs, whips...
Alabama State Trooper stands over an injured protester on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. Police used tear gas, clubs, whips and ropes against demonstrators when they crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge. March 7, 1965.
Stock Photo #4048-9582, Heywood Patterson, one of the African American 'Scottsboro Boys' on trial. With his defense attorneys, Samuel Leibowitz (left) and George Chamlee (right), who defended Patterson against charges of rape. Ruby Bates, one of the alleged victims testified that there had been no assault, but was discounted by the jury. Heywood was convicted and sentenced to death. Decatur, Alabama. April 4, 1933.
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Heywood Patterson, one of the African American 'Scottsboro Boys' on trial. With his defense attorneys, Samuel Leibowitz (left...
Heywood Patterson, one of the African American 'Scottsboro Boys' on trial. With his defense attorneys, Samuel Leibowitz (left) and George Chamlee (right), who defended Patterson against charges of rape. Ruby Bates, one of the alleged victims testified that there had been no assault, but was discounted by the jury. Heywood was convicted and sentenced to death. Decatur, Alabama. April 4, 1933.
Stock Photo #1566-1122046, Alabama, Monroeville, Pineville Road, historic homes, Hybart home, Queen Anne style, double front door, white, planters, screened, flower baskets,
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Alabama, Monroeville, Pineville Road, historic homes, Hybart home, Queen Anne style, double front door, white, planters, scre...
Alabama, Monroeville, Pineville Road, historic homes, Hybart home, Queen Anne style, double front door, white, planters, screened, flower baskets,
Stock Photo #4048-8963, Governor Lurlee' and 'Governor George' pose at the executive desk in the Alabama State Capitol. Lurleen Wallace, was elected as a surrogate for her husband. She was in office for 15 month when she died of cancer. March 16, 1967.
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Governor Lurlee' and 'Governor George' pose at the executive desk in the Alabama State Capitol. Lurleen Wallace, was elected ...
Governor Lurlee' and 'Governor George' pose at the executive desk in the Alabama State Capitol. Lurleen Wallace, was elected as a surrogate for her husband. She was in office for 15 month when she died of cancer. March 16, 1967.
Stock Photo #4048-10441, Segregationist Gov. George Wallace of Alabama is shown in his office during the first of his four terms as Alabama's populist segregationist governor. 1964.
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Segregationist Gov. George Wallace of Alabama is shown in his office during the first of his four terms as Alabama's populist...
Segregationist Gov. George Wallace of Alabama is shown in his office during the first of his four terms as Alabama's populist segregationist governor. 1964.
Stock Photo #1599R-18619, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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Stock Photo #4187-30016, Colonial Actor Fires Musket from Fort Conde,
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Stock Photo #1598R-9945991, 'State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery'
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Stock Photo #4048-5021, Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
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Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Wal...
Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
Stock Photo #1566-377392, Street sign showing historic route of the civil rights march movement Selma to Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #1566-923599, The 16th Street Baptist Church, centre of the civil rights movement in Birmingham, Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #4029R-274022, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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Stock Photo #4048-2114, 5/3/66--PEACHTREE, ALA--African Americans flock to this polling place in rural, Blackbelt, Alabama 5/3 as they vote in large numbers for the first time in history. Typical of rural polling places is the Sugar Shack small store in Wilcox County where black people outnumber whites almost 3 to 1.
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5/3/66--PEACHTREE, ALA--African Americans flock to this polling place in rural, Blackbelt, Alabama 5/3 as they vote in large ...
5/3/66--PEACHTREE, ALA--African Americans flock to this polling place in rural, Blackbelt, Alabama 5/3 as they vote in large numbers for the first time in history. Typical of rural polling places is the Sugar Shack small store in Wilcox County where black people outnumber whites almost 3 to 1.
Stock Photo #4048-2626, The Alabama Theatre, the organ, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
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The Alabama Theatre, the organ, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
Stock Photo #4048-3164, Civil rights, Vivian Malone (front, right of center) entering Foster Auditorium to register for classes at the University of Alabama. The crowd includes photographers, National Guard members and Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach (front, left of center), photograph by Warren K. Leffler, June 11, 1963.
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Civil rights, Vivian Malone (front, right of center) entering Foster Auditorium to register for classes at the University of ...
Civil rights, Vivian Malone (front, right of center) entering Foster Auditorium to register for classes at the University of Alabama. The crowd includes photographers, National Guard members and Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach (front, left of center), photograph by Warren K. Leffler, June 11, 1963.
Stock Photo #4048-3872, African American school, original caption: 'School for negro children, within a stone's throw of the Avondale Mill. Avondale Mill School. The entire school year is none too long for these pupils,' Birmingham, Alabama, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, 1910.
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African American school, original caption: 'School for negro children, within a stone's throw of the Avondale Mill. Avondale ...
African American school, original caption: 'School for negro children, within a stone's throw of the Avondale Mill. Avondale Mill School. The entire school year is none too long for these pupils,' Birmingham, Alabama, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, November, 1910.
Stock Photo #4048-5022, Allie Mae Burroughs, wife of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
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Allie Mae Burroughs, wife of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise F...
Allie Mae Burroughs, wife of Floyd Burroughs, sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, July, 1936.
Stock Photo #1566-466579, Battle-Friedman House (1835), Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #4048-9584, Scottsboro Boys' in Jefferson county Jail, Birmingham. There were accused of raping two white girls, Victoria Price and Ruby Bates, on a freight train in Jackson county on March 4, 1931. Standing L-R: Clarence Norris, 19, Ozie Powell 18, Haywood Patterson, 19, Roy Wright, 15, Charlie Weems, 20, and Eugene Williams, 16. Sitting L-R: Andrew Wright, 19, Olen Montgomery, 17, and Willie Robinson.
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Scottsboro Boys' in Jefferson county Jail, Birmingham. There were accused of raping two white girls, Victoria Price and Ruby ...
Scottsboro Boys' in Jefferson county Jail, Birmingham. There were accused of raping two white girls, Victoria Price and Ruby Bates, on a freight train in Jackson county on March 4, 1931. Standing L-R: Clarence Norris, 19, Ozie Powell 18, Haywood Patterson, 19, Roy Wright, 15, Charlie Weems, 20, and Eugene Williams, 16. Sitting L-R: Andrew Wright, 19, Olen Montgomery, 17, and Willie Robinson.
Stock Photo #4048-5017, A washstand in the dog run and view into the kitchen in the home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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A washstand in the dog run and view into the kitchen in the home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper. Hale County, Alabam...
A washstand in the dog run and view into the kitchen in the home of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #1566-1205869, Detail of Alabama State Capitol Building, Montgomery,Capital of the U S state of Alabama, USA
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Detail of Alabama State Capitol Building, Montgomery,Capital of the U S state of Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #4048-9579, Price girl's story upheld by Hobo Poet at the Scottsboro Trial. Victoria Price and Orville Gilley, were witnesses in the trial of Heywood Patterson, one of the seven African American youths charged with sexually assaulting the Victoria Price on a Southern freight train 3 years ago. Nov. 29, 1933.
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Price girl's story upheld by Hobo Poet at the Scottsboro Trial. Victoria Price and Orville Gilley, were witnesses in the tria...
Price girl's story upheld by Hobo Poet at the Scottsboro Trial. Victoria Price and Orville Gilley, were witnesses in the trial of Heywood Patterson, one of the seven African American youths charged with sexually assaulting the Victoria Price on a Southern freight train 3 years ago. Nov. 29, 1933.
Stock Photo #4048-10423, Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Alabama. The Bridge became the symbol as well as a battle ground between protestors and Alabama police in March 1965. The Selma Campaign was timed to pressure Congress to the pass Voting Rights Act of 1965.
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Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Alabama. The Bridge became the symbol as well as a battle ground between protestors and Alabama...
Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Alabama. The Bridge became the symbol as well as a battle ground between protestors and Alabama police in March 1965. The Selma Campaign was timed to pressure Congress to the pass Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Stock Photo #4048-1125, Birmingham, Alabama: Students wave confederate flags and carry anti-integration signs as they stage demonstration near West End High School, 9/11/63. It is the second day of integrated classes in Birmingham City Schools, 9/11/63.
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Birmingham, Alabama: Students wave confederate flags and carry anti-integration signs as they stage demonstration near West E...
Birmingham, Alabama: Students wave confederate flags and carry anti-integration signs as they stage demonstration near West End High School, 9/11/63. It is the second day of integrated classes in Birmingham City Schools, 9/11/63.
Stock Photo #4430-9878, cartography map North America USA spreading of slavery after Missouri compromise (1820) map from ""America its People and History"" Washington DC
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cartography map North America USA spreading of slavery after Missouri compromise (1820) map from ""America its People and History"" Washington DC
Stock Photo #4048-10424, SNCC leader John Lewis (light coat in center) cringes as an Alabama State Trooper swings his club at Lewis' head. Lewis was hospitalized for a head injury. March 7, 1965.
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SNCC leader John Lewis (light coat in center) cringes as an Alabama State Trooper swings his club at Lewis' head. Lewis was h...
SNCC leader John Lewis (light coat in center) cringes as an Alabama State Trooper swings his club at Lewis' head. Lewis was hospitalized for a head injury. March 7, 1965.
Stock Photo #4048-10545, E.D. Nixon, one of the leaders of the Montgomery Alabama Bus Boycott is cheered by New York City crowds. Congressman Adam Clayton Powell stands at his right. 1956.
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E.D. Nixon, one of the leaders of the Montgomery Alabama Bus Boycott is cheered by New York City crowds. Congressman Adam Cla...
E.D. Nixon, one of the leaders of the Montgomery Alabama Bus Boycott is cheered by New York City crowds. Congressman Adam Clayton Powell stands at his right. 1956.
Stock Photo #1566-377384, Historic State Capitol building, Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Historic State Capitol building, Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #1599R-18627, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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Stock Photo #4048-5015, The bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
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The bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let ...
The bedroom of Floyd Burroughs, cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama. Hale County, Alabama. Published in the book, 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men'. photograph by Walker Evans, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-2625, The Alabama Theatre, the organ, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
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Stock Photo #4048-5780, Mourning family of one of the four African American girls killed in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing on September 15, 1963. Ku Klux Klan members were responsible for the bombing.
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Mourning family of one of the four African American girls killed in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing on September 15, 1...
Mourning family of one of the four African American girls killed in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing on September 15, 1963. Ku Klux Klan members were responsible for the bombing.
Stock Photo #4048-8981, Alabama Gov. George Wallace talks to residents of an African American neighborhood that was bombed. In the 1960's, Birmingham was called, 'Bombingham', because of the frequency of white racist terrorism against integrationists. April 1, 1965.
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Alabama Gov. George Wallace talks to residents of an African American neighborhood that was bombed. In the 1960's, Birmingham...
Alabama Gov. George Wallace talks to residents of an African American neighborhood that was bombed. In the 1960's, Birmingham was called, 'Bombingham', because of the frequency of white racist terrorism against integrationists. April 1, 1965.
Stock Photo #4048-10534, James Peck, bleeding on a hospital gurney in Birmingham, Alabama, following attack on a 'Freedom Riders' bus. May 14, 1961.
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James Peck, bleeding on a hospital gurney in Birmingham, Alabama, following attack on a 'Freedom Riders' bus. May 14, 1961.
Stock Photo #1828R-10886, Edmund Pettus Bridge, Selma, Alabama, USA
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Stock Photo #4048-3132, General Store interior, photograph by Walker Evans, Moundville, Alabama, Summer, 1936.
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General Store interior, photograph by Walker Evans, Moundville, Alabama, Summer, 1936.
Stock Photo #4048-10585, Fred Shuttlesworth, points a finger in warning to Birmingham city officials during the 1963 Civil Rights campaign in the 'most segregated city in the United States.'.
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Fred Shuttlesworth, points a finger in warning to Birmingham city officials during the 1963 Civil Rights campaign in the 'mos...
Fred Shuttlesworth, points a finger in warning to Birmingham city officials during the 1963 Civil Rights campaign in the 'most segregated city in the United States.'.
Stock Photo #1890-119589, Pictographs, Alabama Hills, Inyo National Forest, California, United States of America, North America
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Stock Photo #1953-1977, Alabama Room, Hotel de Ville, Geneva Convention Signed In 1864, Geneva
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Stock Photo #1566-414292, Fort ruins, Fort Morgan State Historic Site, Alabama. USA.
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Fort ruins, Fort Morgan State Historic Site, Alabama. USA.
Stock Photo #4048-8962, Lurleen Wallace, a surrogate candidate for her husband, Governor George Wallace, makes a campaign speech in the Alabama Democratic primary. April 28, 1966.
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Lurleen Wallace, a surrogate candidate for her husband, Governor George Wallace, makes a campaign speech in the Alabama Democ...
Lurleen Wallace, a surrogate candidate for her husband, Governor George Wallace, makes a campaign speech in the Alabama Democratic primary. April 28, 1966.
Stock Photo #1035-12550, Anniston, Alabama: May 14,1961 Freedom Riders on a Greyhound bus sponsored by the Congress Of Racial Equality (CORE), sit on the ground outside the bus after it was set afire by a group of whites who met the Negro and white group on arrival here in Anniston. After setting the on fire, they attacked the passengers as they were forced to leave the bus by the smoke and flames. Twelve of the Freedom Riders were treated at a local hospital.
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Anniston, Alabama: May 14,1961 Freedom Riders on a Greyhound bus sponsored by the Congress Of Racial Equality (CORE), sit on ...
Anniston, Alabama: May 14,1961 Freedom Riders on a Greyhound bus sponsored by the Congress Of Racial Equality (CORE), sit on the ground outside the bus after it was set afire by a group of whites who met the Negro and white group on arrival here in Anniston. After setting the on fire, they attacked the passengers as they were forced to leave the bus by the smoke and flames. Twelve of the Freedom Riders were treated at a local hospital.
Stock Photo #4048-2623, The Alabama Theatre, Birmingham, Alabama, erected in 1927, photograph circa 1990s.
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Stock Photo #1599R-18621, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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Stock Photo #1566-377399, First Baptist Church founded in 1829 in the historic city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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First Baptist Church founded in 1829 in the historic city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #4048-10501, Segregationist protest. White students burn integration literature to protest the enrollment of an African American, Autherine Lucy, to the University of Alabama. June 2, 1956.
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Segregationist protest. White students burn integration literature to protest the enrollment of an African American, Autherin...
Segregationist protest. White students burn integration literature to protest the enrollment of an African American, Autherine Lucy, to the University of Alabama. June 2, 1956.
Stock Photo #1566-377393, Memorial to all law enforcement police official in the historic city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
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Memorial to all law enforcement police official in the historic city of Montgomery. Alabama, USA
Stock Photo #1035-12219, Huntsville, Alabama: May 1, 1959. A squirrel monkey, Baker, in bio-pack couch being readied for Jupiter (AM-18 flight). Jupiter, AM-18 mission, also carried an American-born rhesus monkey, Able into suborbit. The flight was successful and both monkeys were recovered in good condition. AM-18 was launched on May 28, 1959.
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Huntsville, Alabama: May 1, 1959. A squirrel monkey, Baker, in bio-pack couch being readied for Jupiter (AM-18 flight). Jupit...
Huntsville, Alabama: May 1, 1959. A squirrel monkey, Baker, in bio-pack couch being readied for Jupiter (AM-18 flight). Jupiter, AM-18 mission, also carried an American-born rhesus monkey, Able into suborbit. The flight was successful and both monkeys were recovered in good condition. AM-18 was launched on May 28, 1959.
Stock Photo #1890-119590, Petroglyph, Alabama Hills, Inyo National Forest, California, United States of America, North America
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Petroglyph, Alabama Hills, Inyo National Forest, California, United States of America, North America
Stock Photo #4187-30017, Visitors to Memorial for Civil Rights Activists,A black marble disc memorial inscribed with the names of 40 people who contributed to the civil rights movement was designed by Maya Lin. Lin also designed the Vietnam War Memorial or ""The Wall"" in Washington, D.C.
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Visitors to Memorial for Civil Rights Activists,A black marble disc memorial inscribed with the names of 40 people who contri...
Visitors to Memorial for Civil Rights Activists,A black marble disc memorial inscribed with the names of 40 people who contributed to the civil rights movement was designed by Maya Lin. Lin also designed the Vietnam War Memorial or ""The Wall"" in Washington, D.C.
Stock Photo #4029R-90336, State Capitol of Alabama, Montgomery
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Stock Photo #1035-12361, Montgomery, Alabama: February 2, 1956. Rosa Parks walking between her attorney, Charles D. Langford, and an unidentified deputy, on her way to jail in Montgomery, Alabama.
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Montgomery, Alabama: February 2, 1956. Rosa Parks walking between her attorney, Charles D. Langford, and an unidentified depu...
Montgomery, Alabama: February 2, 1956. Rosa Parks walking between her attorney, Charles D. Langford, and an unidentified deputy, on her way to jail in Montgomery, Alabama.

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