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Exterior view of the Confederacy’s first White House in Montgomery, Alabama
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The Confederacy’s first White House in Montgomery was used for only three months during the American Civil War – February to May 1861. Today, visit it for free.

Photo: Art Meripol

The F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum, located in their former home in Montgomery, Alabama
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Zelda Fitzgerald, wife of American author F. Scott Fitzgerald, was a Montgomery native and met her future husband here in 1918.

Photo: Art Meripol

Replica Wright Flyer in Montgomery, Alabama
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Montgomery was home to the first U.S. flight school, established by Orville and Wilbur Wright in 1910. It’s now Maxwell Air Force Base.

Photo: Chris Granger

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Dressed as a pepper for the Alabama River Chili Cookoff in Selma
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Selma Dallas County Chamber
A pile of boiled crawfish and sides during the Central Alabama Crawfish Festival
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Selma Dallas County Chamber
Ordering tacos from a food truck during the Taco Libre event in Montgomery, Alabama
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Michelle Consuegra

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Taco Libre

May