The Burwell-Dinkins-Anderson House in Selma, Alabama, was recently listed in the National Register of Historic Places at the level of national significance due to its association with the Reverend L.L. Anderson, a leader in Selma’s civil rights movement. The house is also significant as the home of members of the Burwell and Dinkins families, who were community leaders in education, religion, and business.
Burwell-Dinkins-Anderson House Added to National Register
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