Tuscaloosa: The Tradition, the Spirit, the Vision

Tuscaloosa: The Tradition, the Spirit, the Vision

by Johnnie R. Aycock, Mary Hughes, Joseph D. O'Donnell, Johnny R. Aycock
     
 

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The land that would become Tuscaloosa was originally home to Native Americans for centuries. Author Johnnie R. Aycock describes the rich history of the Tuscaloosa area and its transformation into a center for commerce and industry, education and culture. The story continues as progressive leaders plan for the 21st century. Corporate profile writer Joe O'Donnell takes

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The land that would become Tuscaloosa was originally home to Native Americans for centuries. Author Johnnie R. Aycock describes the rich history of the Tuscaloosa area and its transformation into a center for commerce and industry, education and culture. The story continues as progressive leaders plan for the 21st century. Corporate profile writer Joe O'Donnell takes you inside Tuscaloosa's leading businesses and professions, examining the enterprises that continue to contribute to this successful community. Local photographer Barry Fikes has painted a visual portrait of the Tuscaloosa area with breathtaking images that add color and texture to a captivating narrative. The Tradition, the Spirit and the Vision of an exciting future all come alive in this treasured volume.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781885352033
Publisher:
Community Communications, Incorporated
Publication date:
10/28/1994
Edition description:
1st ed
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
10.20(w) x 12.90(h) x 0.73(d)

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