Did you KNOW that Dallas County once had several thousand farmers,
that fear of the boll weevil prompted the hiring of our first county extension agent
or that numerous black-owned businesses once lined Selma's Lapsley Street?
Duke University graduate student KARLYN Forner shared her research
of Selma's socio-economic and political highlights from 1910-1920 at Tuesday's
quarterly meeting of the Selma-Dallas County Historic Preservation Society.
She's researching the 20th Century history of our town for her dissertation
and previously shared the decade from 1900-1910.
Now, we're looking forward to the next decade!
Linking to ABC Wednesday where the Letter of the Week is K!