Notasulga High School (AL) Will Be Nominated to National Register of Historic Places

Dr. Carroll Van West, Savannah Grandey, and Kira Duke recently met with community members at Notasulga High School in Macon County, Alabama, to discuss next steps in nominating the New Deal-era building to the National Register of Historic Places. Center staff and students have been working with this community for some time and assisted in getting the school listed on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage in February 2019. The Notasulga High School holds national significance for its history during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s and its close association with the landmark federal district court case of Lee v. Macon County Board of Education (1963-2006).

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