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Civil Rights Sites that have been visited by Montgomery Tours  guests. 
  1. Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church
    Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church
    The Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church, was founded in 1877 in a slave trader's pen, located on Dexter Avenue (formerly Market Street) in Montgomery, Alabama. Dr. King was the pastor from 1954-1960.
  2. Montgomery Greyhound Bus Station
    Montgomery Greyhound Bus Station
    The site of the 1961 Freedom Riders Riot.
  3. Historic Marker in front of Medgar Evers Home
    Historic Marker in front of Medgar Evers Home
    Jackson, Mississippi
  4. The Medgar Evers House
    The Medgar Evers House
    A historic house museum in Jackson, Mississippi built in 1956
  5. Canadian tourists
    Canadian tourists
    Montgomery Tours served as guide for these guests from Canada to visit the Medgar Evers home in Jackson, Mississippi
  6. Scott Grocery Store
    Scott Grocery Store
    The grocery store that was owned by Coretta Scott King parents in Heiberger, Alabama
  7. The Scott's Home
    The Scott's Home
    Childhood home of Coretta Scott King. This is also where her marriage to Martin Luther King, Jr. took place. Located in Heiberger, Alabama.
  8. Mt. Tabor A.M.E Zion Church
    Mt. Tabor A.M.E Zion Church
    The home church of Coretta Scott King located in Heiberger, Alabama.
  9. Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church Parsonage (Kitchen)
    Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church Parsonage (Kitchen)
    The kitchen of Dr. King's epiphany.
  10. Guests from London, England
    Guests from London, England
    Jake Williams with tourists from London, England at the Dexter Avenue Parsonage.
  11. Civil Rights Memorial Center
    Civil Rights Memorial Center
    The Civil Rights Memorial is a memorial in Montgomery, Alabama, to 41 people who died in the struggle for the equal and integrated treatment of all people, regardless of race, during the Civil Rights Movement in the United States.
  12. Guide Jake Williams accompanying guest S. Bean from Wisconsin at the Rosa Parks Museum
    Guide Jake Williams accompanying guest S. Bean from Wisconsin at the Rosa Parks Museum
    Jake provided a great tour. His personal experience enriched the tour tremendously. His knowledge of history was phenomenal. He brought the civil rights era alive for me. He answered all of my questions and gave me new perspective. It was a memorable day. I recommend him highly!
  13. Guest Mr. and Mrs. Schaffner from Charleston, S. Carolina
    Guest Mr. and Mrs. Schaffner from Charleston, S. Carolina
    "Thank you Jake for a wonderful view into the history of Montgomery!"
  14. Pulpit at Dexter Ave. King Memorial Church
    Pulpit at Dexter Ave. King Memorial Church
    View inside Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church. The pulpit from where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached from while pastor in Montgomery, Alabama.