The projects featured here serve the entire state, local communities, and schools. More information—and additional projects—will be added over the next few months. Please check back often.
Alabama Bicentennial Education Initiatives
Alabama Bicentennial Education Initiatives focus on three areas: developing new and supporting existing curricular resources, professional development for classroom teachers, and supporting school projects for public, private, and homeschool students.
Alabama Family History and Heritage Project
Focusing on collecting, digitizing, and preserving genealogy resources, AFHHP in partnership with the Alabama Department of Archives & History will make these resources available to all. Another priority is to provide workshops on family research, the fastest growing hobby in the United States.
Alabama PastPort Project
The Alabama PastPort Project is a guide to the people, places, and events in Alabama represented by historic sites, state parks, museums, natural history centers, and other destinations. APP’s engaging printed passport is supported by a robust digital app that provides more information.
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit
Spearheaded by the Alabama Humanities Foundation, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, this traveling exhibition on Alabama history, culture, and geography will travel to every one of Alabama’s 67 counties.