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Black Wings of Tuskegee

For nearly one hundred years, the Gothic-style Long Memorial Methodist Church stood as a beautiful reminder of Cordova’s historic past. In a matter of minutes last April, it was reduced to rubble and memories.

In our Spring 2012 issue, we took you to the historic landmarks that were hardest hit in the catastrophic storms of 2011. We know you will want to share this story with your friends and family. As the storm affected all of us, so too should we all be able to read and reflect on the tragedy and triumph that our state’s historic landmarks experienced.

With that end in mind, we have made the full article available on our website. Please read it, enjoy it, and share it with everyone you can.

Click Here to read “Landmark Loss and Renewal: Update and Retrospective on the April 2011 Storms” by Robert Gamble.

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