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Mobile, Alabama
History
Clayton, Alabama
History
Montgomery, Alabama
History
Selma, Alabama
History
Selma, Alabama
History
Nauvoo, Alabama
History
Rockford, Alabama
History
Monroeville, Alabama
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
Restored to its 1930s appearance, our courtroom is the model for Harper Lee’s fictional courtroom settings in To Kill a Mockingbird. It’s now one of the most recognized courtrooms in America because of the popular film version of the book. Although the movie was not filmed here, the set designer came to Monroeville to measure, photograph and draw the courtroom before recreating it on a Hollywood sound stage.
Saint Stephens, Alabama
History
Decatur, Alabama
History
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
History
Oakman, Alabama
History
Orange Beach, Alabama
History
Columbiana, Alabama
History
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