Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation's Fall Lyceum in Lee and Hale Counties

The Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation's Fall Lyceum, The Roots of Religious Architecture in Lee and Macon Counties, is Nov. 1-2, 2013. Locations throughout Auburn and Tuskegee allow attendees to explore the preservation of Alabama's scared spaces from cemeteries, to churches, to early revival campgrounds.

The Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation is the voice for the future of Alabama's historic places.
The rich and diverse history of the great state of Alabama continues to be reflected through thousands of historic buildings and places in literally every corner of the state. These places have the unique ability to remind present and future generations in a tangible and meaningful way about the events that shaped our collective experience. They inspire us with the stories of those who built their communities, fought for their beliefs, and overcame all manner of personal challenge.

For more information, visit or call 205-652-3497.

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