What is your favorite BIG Picture idea for Huntsville

Historic Heritage Belongs to Huntsville People

I recently attended a presentation where I learned that the Humphreys-Rogers House (an historical home once owned by David Campbell Humphreys, a Federal Judge from Huntsville who served during the Civil War era and moved via truck from the Coca-Cola factory area to where it now is in use across the street from City Hall) was once furnished by a past curator from the Early Works Museum with the original furniture belonging ...more »

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Writing In More Of Our History

I grew up here in Huntsville. I am so very proud of our unique history as the birthplace of the Alabama Constitution and America's space program! But I have just recently learned about an equally fascinating aspect of Huntsville history, which is not prominently documented anywhere so far as I can tell. Did you know that Huntsville was briefly the home of the most famous slave in history, Dred Scott? Did you know that ...more »

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Dedicated Huntsville history Museum

This Museum would include the native American history of this area which has been very well documented by archaeologist at Redstone Arsenal. Continuing all the way until the more contemporary history of Huntsville and the importance of our city in regards to the space industry. The Space Center is a national draw, a museum that combines natural history (of our area), Native American History and history of the Beginnings ...more »

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Agricultural Fair

Huntsville would benefit from a real County Fair highlighting the agricultural accomplishments of the community, which serves as both a formal (4-H) and informal (exhibits/competitions/livestock shows) educational exhibition, as well as promotes local agricultural related industry (ie, Belle Chevre/Happy Heart, Historical Farms, Garden Clubs, Bee Keepers, Hobby Farms, Equestrian Clubs, Artists, Co-ops, CT Garvins, Tractor ...more »

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