This National Park Service site is dedicated to those who peacefully marched from Selma to Montgomery to gain the right to vote. The center serves as a repository of information for the unfortunate and significant events that occurred in Lowndes County during the march. The museum houses exhibits on the death of seminarian Jonathan Daniels; the slaying of Viola Liuzzo, a white woman who assisted marchers by transporting them to Selma; and the establishment of “Tent City,” which housed families dislodged by white landowners in Lowndes County.

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Address: Lowndes Interpretive Center, U.S. 80, Hayneville, AL, USA

Online Resources

https://www.nps.gov/semo/learn/photosmultimedia/lowndes-interpretive-center.htm

Lowndes Interpretive Center

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