sponsored by The University of West Alabama


 

Literature of the Black Belt
April 20 - 21, 2006
 

Sumter County Courthouse:  Livingston, Alabama -- This structure, built in 1902, replaced the building which burned.  County records were spared because the probate office was in a separate building.  Photo by John Craiger.

Webb Hall, University of West Alabama:  Livingston, Alabama -- Built in 1915, this building was for years a women's dormitory.  Remodeled in 1978 and converted to an administration building, it retains its charming front porch with old-fashioned rocking chairs.  Photo by Ellen DeRamus.

The Covered Bridge: Livingston, Alabama -- Built in 1861 to span the Sucarnochee River, the bridge was eventually moved to Alamuchee Creek, finally brought to the UWA Campus in 1871. Photo by John Craiger.

County Commission Building:  Livingston, Alabama -- Dating from the late 1830's this charming little building earlier housed the probate office and the town's public library.  Photo by Ellen DeRamus.

Learning more about our
Black Belt writers in words and pictures

Also featuring the Alabama Readers Theatre

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Luncheon Entertainment
Friday April 21, 2006
Noon - 1:15 pm
Bell Conference Center

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Book Signing
1:15 - 2:15 pm
Webb Hall Parlor

Click here for a schedule of events

Luncheon Registration Form
(Deadline April 14, 2006)

Directions to the UWA Campus


For more information, contact:
Dr. Pat Beatty, Chair
Department of Languages and Literature
UWA Station 22
University of West Alabama
Livingston, AL  35470
(205) 652-3641
pbeatty@uwa.edu