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Thu April 1, 2004
New Sites Chosen For Selma To Montgomery Historic Trail
By Alabama Public Radio
Montgomery. AL – Officials with the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail have chosen three sites that will serve as education centers.
A five million dollar interpretive station will be established next to Tent City in Lowndes County's White Hall community. Two other stations will be set up at the old People's Bank building in Selma and the City of Saint Jude in west Montgomery.
The Trail will eventually retrace the path between Selma and Montgomery that voting rights marchers took in 1965.