Since the beginning of America's existence, education has always been considered as one of the keys to social, political & economical acceptance for African Americans. Explore the Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site here.
The climax to the decades-long voting rights crusade in Alabama erupted in March 1965 as Civil Rights activists converged on Selma, Alabama. Explore the Selma To Montgomery National Historic Trail here.
In a peace treaty signed after the 1812 battle, both the Upper and Lower Creeks were forced to give the United States nearly 20 million acres of land (Today's Alabama & Georgia). Explore the Horseshoe Bend National Military Park details here.
This 3,080 acre lake is located in Warren County, Tennessee. Constructed in 1915 by the Tennessee Electric Power Company and later acquired by TVA, Great Falls Lake is one of the oldest dams in the TVA system.