The grand opening of the “Alabama Voices” exhibit was held last month. The Smithsonian-quality exhibit, which includes more than 800 artifacts, hundreds of images and more, spotlights Alabama history from as early as the 1700s to the modern era of the 21st century. The exhibit, housed at the Alabama Department of Archives and History, is located inside the Museum of Alabama. It includes 22 audiovisual programs about various historic subjects, including the Civil War, industrialization, the rise of the cotton economy and more. These experiences are communicated through the ‘voices’ of Alabama residents throughout history using diaries, letters, speeches, songs and other sources.
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