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* February: [[Matilda]], world's oldest chicken
 
* February: [[Matilda]], world's oldest chicken
 
* [[February 11]]: [[James F. Sulzby IV]], real estate agent
 
* [[February 11]]: [[James F. Sulzby IV]], real estate agent
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* [[February 15]]: [[John Porter]], pastor of [[6th Avenue Baptist Church]]
 
* [[March 6]]: [[Anne Braden]], Civil Rights activist
 
* [[March 6]]: [[Anne Braden]], Civil Rights activist
 
* [[March 12]]: [[Richard N. Murray]], former director of the [[Birmingham Museum of Art]]
 
* [[March 12]]: [[Richard N. Murray]], former director of the [[Birmingham Museum of Art]]

Revision as of 14:46, 4 June 2013

2006 was the 135th year after the founding of the City of Birmingham.

Events

Business

Religion

Sports

Works

Buildings

Books

Other

Individuals

Births

Awards

Marriages

Deaths

See also List of Birmingham homicides in 2006 and List of Jefferson County homicides in 2006

See Also

2000s
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