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Community Book Experience

Please join us for the Tuscaloosa Community Book Experience, an evening of education and conversation in celebration of Tuscaloosa 200. November 21, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m in the second-floor atrium of the Tuscaloosa Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, 2005 University Boulevard. 

 

The program will feature a lively interview with Don Noble and Dr. Guy Hubbs, author of the first-ever history of our city. Guy Hubbs will be signing books after the program. Light refreshments. All are welcome. 

About the Book

In Tuscaloosa: 200 Years in the Making, G. Ward Hubbs presents the history and stories of Tuscaloosa’s first two hundred years. Featuring 162 colorized images and 6 maps, the book will place any reader in the middle of Alabama History. Hubbs explores the ups and downs of Tuscaloosa's history and depicts the vivid details of some of our darkest days.

 

G. Ward Hubbs’ work has set a fantastic starting point for further researchers, regular readers, and the citizens of Tuscaloosa, who are ready to dive into the exciting, dynamic, and ever-changing history of their home along the Black Warrior River.

Books will be available to purchase at the Community Book Experience. You can also purchase a copy online through UA Press, Ernest & Hadley Booksellers, and Barnes & Noble. The ebook version is available through the UA Press link below.

About the Author

In Tuscaloosa: 200 Years in the Making, G. Ward Hubbs presents the history and stories of Tuscaloosa’s first two hundred years. Featuring 162 colorized images and 6 maps, the book will place any reader in the middle of Alabama History. Hubbs explores the ups and downs of Tuscaloosa's history and depicts the vivid details of some of our darkest days.

 

G. Ward Hubbs’ work has set a fantastic starting point for further researchers, regular readers, and the citizens of Tuscaloosa, who are ready to dive into the exciting, dynamic, and ever-changing history of their home along the Black Warrior River.

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