The Alabama Historical Commission’s Black Heritage Council presented its annual preservation awards on Friday (Sept.
21) during the Alabama Preservation Conference held in Huntsville.
Millie Lee Dulaney received the Idella Childs Distinguished Service Award for her unrelenting efforts to preserve the history of the Dulaney family, both black and white, in Wilcox County. nike air max 1 pas cher Research of her great, great grandfather’s role in fighting for the Confederacy during the Civil War resulted in her induction in the United Daughters of the Confederacy. air jordans free shipping Her research of a church begun by her family and two family cemeteries has led to those properties being listed to the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage and to the Alabama Historic Cemetery Register.
She founded the Wilcox County Cemetery Society and co-founded the Black Belt African American Genealogical and Historical Society. adidas neo m?skie She also volunteers with the Alabama Cemetery Preservation Alliance and the Black Heritage Council Network.
The Alabama Preservation Conference is sponsored by the Alabama Historical Commission, the Black Heritage Council, the Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Historic Huntsville Foundation. Canotta Detroit Pistons The three-day conference focused on the historic Tennessee Valley.
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