Birmingham, Alabama: A much more interesting city

Chapter 28 of A Kiwi on the Amtrak Tracks

ALABAMA sits in the southeast of the United States. The population of the state is roughly five million and the biggest city in the state is its capital city, is Birmingham. It is a place filled with very recent civil rights history and an iconic place to visit for those interested in that. I mean, I only have to mention the name of Dr Martin Luther King Jr — that says it all.

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A Maverick Traveller presents the collected posts of the travel author and blogger Mary Jane Walker, of a-maverick dot com

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Mary Jane Walker

Mary Jane Walker

A Maverick Traveller: Kiwi adventurer, author of twelve books of travel stories, a blog, and a website (a-maverick.com).

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