Welcome to Bhamwiki
Bhamwiki, launched in 2006, is an ever-growing encyclopedic resource for anyone curious about Birmingham, Alabama and the region around it. We aim for accuracy, objectivity, and accessibility as we work steadily to expand our coverage.
Bhamwiki has 16,928 individual entries to explore. There are several ways to navigate the site. Click on any blue link to read an article about that topic. Try perusing some of our featured articles, or our newest entries. Look at what happened on this date in Birmingham's history. Take a chance by clicking on "random page" to the left. If you know what you're looking for, try using the search box. Or you can even start at the top and work your way in from there.
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In the news
- May 6: Major League pitcher Vida Blue died.
- May 4–6: The 2023 International Peace Conference was hosted in Birmingham.
- March 18: Long-time Birmingham Post-Herald editorial page editor Karl Seitz died.
- February 26: The final edition of The Birmingham News was published.
Did you know?
- ...that during local prohibition in Bessemer a cluster of saloons opened in unincorporated "Whiskeytown" just east of the city limits?
- ...that the Nation of Islam was driven out of St Clair County in 1970?
- ...that Cinema City 8 was the largest multiplex in the nation when it opened in 1978?
- ...that in the 1930s all Dr Pepper syrup distributed east of the Mississippi was made in Birmingham?
Bhamwiki has been running since March 15, 2006. The project currently has 563 registered user accounts and contains approximately 16,928 articles. See Bhamwiki:Milestones for more information on the growth of the site. You can also join us on facebook or follow along on twitter or instagram.
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