Community Partnerships

Montgomery Heritage Museum
119 West Jeff Davis Avenue
Montgomery, AL 36104
334-263-7229

Montgomery Friends of the Historic Voting Rights Trail
24 East Patton Avenue
Montgomery, AL 36105
334-288-5754

Rufus A. Lewis Public Library
3095 Mobile Highway
Montgomery, AL 36108
334-240-4848

 

Suggested Readings

  • Alabama Department of Archives and History. Alabama Moments. Montgomery, AL: Friends of the Archives. 1999.

  • Bailey, Richard. Neither Carpetbaggers Nor Scalawags. Montgomery, AL: Richard Bailey Publishers. 1995.

  • Bailey, Richard. They Too Call Alabama Home. Montgomery, AL: Pyramid Publishing, Inc. 1999.
  • Barnard, Hollinger F. Outside the Magic Circle: Biography of Virginia Foster Durr. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama
  • Branch, Taylor. Parting the Waters. New York, NY: Simon and Shuster. 1988.
  • Carson, Clayborne. In Struggle. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 1981.
  • Daniels, Pearl. Portrait of Fred Gray. New York, NY: Vantage Press. 1975.
  • Forman, James. Sammy Younge Jr.: First Black College Student Killed in the Movement. New York, NY: Grove Press. 1968.
  • Graetz, Robert. White Preacher's Memoirs. Montgomery, AL: Black Belt Press. 1999.
  • Gray, Fred. Bus Ride to Justice. Montgomery, AL: Black Belt Press. 1995.
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr. Crusader: Without Violence. New York, NY: Harper and Brothers. 1959.
  • Leventhal, Willy S. Children Coming On. Montgomery, AL: Black Belt Press. 1998.
  • Levine, Ellen. Stories (Illustrated). New York, NY: Puffin Pub., Inc. 2001.
  • Morris, Aldon D. Origins of the Civil Rights Movement. New York, NY: MacMillan, Inc. 1986.
  • Reed, Gregory. Dear Mrs. Parks. New York, NY: Lee and Low Books. 1996.
  • Robinson" Jo Ann Gibson. The Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Women Who Started It. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press. 1987.
  • Schulke, Flip. Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Photo Essay (Introduction by Mrs. Coretta Scott King). New York, NY: Norton and Co., Inc. 1975.
  • Seay, Solomon S., Sr. I Was There By The Grace of God. Montgomery, AL: Education Foundation. 1990.
  • Southern Exposure. Stayed On Freedom. Raleigh, NC: Southern Exposure Press. Vol IV, #1. Spring 1981.
  • Southern Poverty Law Center. Free At Last: A History of the Civil Rights Move­ment and Those Who Died in the Struggle. Montgomery, AL:
  • The Civil Rights Education Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center. 1980.
  • Wright, Roberta Hughes. The Birth of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Southfield, MI: Charro Book Co. 1991.
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