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Auburn helps Selma University preserve past, build future with campus restoration projects


Selma University has stood for more than 100 years, but only recently was named as a historic site after the help of Auburn University faculty. The public history program in the College of Liberal Arts, led by Draughon Associate Professor of Southern History Keith Hébert and Hollifield Associate Professor of Southern History Elijah Gaddis, works to preserve and support Selma’s story through restoring campus to its former glory.

Read the full story in Perspectives magazine.

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