This link is to a PBS site about George Wallace and his “stand
in the schoolhouse door.”
This site contains information and pictures concerning George
Wallace’s stand for segregation at The University of Alabama.
Information about the First African Baptist Church.
This site provides an excellent plan with primary documents to
analyze for the Selma to Montgomery March.
This site suggests that the route taken by the Selma to Montgomery
marchers is “perhaps the most important road” in the
America because of its significance in the Civil Rights Movement.
This site provides historical information as well as travel information.
This site provides a retrospective look at the events that took
place in Selma as well as an examination of what happened to the
participants over 30 years later.
Click Selma, 1965 in the left menu to read a brief overview of
the events that took place.
This site has links to more information about Bloody Sunday in
This site sponsored by the Alabama Department of Archives and
History provides photographs of the Selma to Montgomery March.
CNN story- “Selma: Where Visitors Can Walk the Walk”
Site offers a history of Selma, Alabama.
This site provides a brief overview of the Selma to Montgomery
An overview of the Civil Rights events which took place in Selma
First Baptist Church
Brown Chapel AME Church
This site provides an overview of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Links
to a timeline and an article on Rosa Parks can be located at this
site. The site is sponsored by Africanaonline.com a website developed
for African American consumers.
This site provides an article on present day Montgomery and its
celebration of the Civil Rights Movement in Montgomery.
Click on to Montgomery Bus Boycott in the left frame to learn
more about the bus boycott.
Visit this site to locate additional resources on the Montgomery
Site contains information abou the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
This site gives a detailed accounting of the Montgomery Bus Boycott
and offers further links.
CNN story- “Montgomery Celebrates Civil Rights movement”
Information about the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church.
This site provided a brief overview of the events of the Civil
Rights Movement in Birmingham. Also, the site presents present monuments
to the this era that can be found in Birmingham.
The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute provides a wealth of primary
sources, oral histories, and exhibits on the Civil Rights Movement
in Alabama. Teachers click onto curriculum guide to learn how to
receive a curriculum that can be used to present the Civil Rights
Movement to your students.
This site provided by the HISTORYNET provides additional resources,
photos, and articles about the 16th Street Baptist Church.
This provides historical background information on the bombing
the of 16th Street Baptist Church
Scroll down on the left menu and select Birmingham 1963 for an
overview of Civil Rights events in Birmingham and link to Martin
Luther King Jr’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.”
CNN story- “Birmingham Enshrines Civil Rights Struggle”
This site offers a short biography of former Birmingham police
commissioner Eugene “Bull” Connor.