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'''September 11''' in the history of the [[Birmingham District]]:
 
'''September 11''' in the history of the [[Birmingham District]]:
  
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* [[2015]]: [[Shannon Ealy]]'s position of senior associate athletic director for [[UAB]] was eliminated.
 
* [[2009]]: The 8th annual [[Artwalk]] was held in the [[Loft District]].
 
* [[2009]]: The 8th annual [[Artwalk]] was held in the [[Loft District]].
 
* [[2006]]: The [[Clay Community Center]] formally opened to the public.
 
* [[2006]]: The [[Clay Community Center]] formally opened to the public.
 
* 2006: The new [[Center Point Fire Station No. 1 (2006)|Center Point Fire Station No. 1]] was formally dedicated.
 
* 2006: The new [[Center Point Fire Station No. 1 (2006)|Center Point Fire Station No. 1]] was formally dedicated.
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* 2006: [[Graham Boettcher]] began his tenure as curator of American art at the [[Birmingham Museum of Art]].
 
* [[2002]]: The [[9-11 Memorial Walk]] was dedicated along [[19th Street North]].
 
* [[2002]]: The [[9-11 Memorial Walk]] was dedicated along [[19th Street North]].
 
* [[2001]]: Librarian [[Lynn Edwards Angell]] was killed in the hijacking of American Airlines Flight 11, and accountant [[Bill Godshalk]] was killed in his office in Building 2 of the World Trade Center during terrorist attacks on the United States.
 
* [[2001]]: Librarian [[Lynn Edwards Angell]] was killed in the hijacking of American Airlines Flight 11, and accountant [[Bill Godshalk]] was killed in his office in Building 2 of the World Trade Center during terrorist attacks on the United States.
 
* [[1997]]: The newly re-formed [[Alabama Symphony Orchestra]] made its debut performance.
 
* [[1997]]: The newly re-formed [[Alabama Symphony Orchestra]] made its debut performance.
* [[1978]]: [[Pilgrim Church|Pilgrim Congregational Church]]'s pastor [[Lawrence Johnson]] died.
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* [[1977]]: [[Norwood Methodist Church|Norwood United Methodist Church]] merged with [[Wesley Chapel Methodist Church]].
* [[1970]]: [[Vida Blue]] pitched a one-hitter for the Oakland Athletics.
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* [[1967]]: [[Karl Seitz]] began as a reporter for the ''[[Birmingham Post-Herald]]''.
 
* [[1967]]: [[Karl Seitz]] began as a reporter for the ''[[Birmingham Post-Herald]]''.
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* [[1923]]: The [[1923 Edgewood Klan rally]] brought tens of thousands of people to [[Edgewood Park]].
  
==Births and deaths==
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[[File:1966 Bear Bryant.jpg|right|thumb|Bear Bryant, born September 11, 1913]]
* [[2007]]: Restauranteur [[Pearl Carlile]] died in [[Columbiana]].
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==Births==
* [[2001]]: Librarian [[Lynn Edwards Angell]] was killed in the hijacking of American Airlines Flight 11, and accountant [[Bill Godshalk]] was killed in his office in Building 2 of the World Trade Center during terrorist attacks on the United States.
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* [[1952]]: Writer [[Steven Ford Brown]] was born in Florence.
 
* [[1952]]: Writer [[Steven Ford Brown]] was born in Florence.
 
* [[1948]]: Businessman and child actor [[Phillip Alford]] was born in Gadsden.
 
* [[1948]]: Businessman and child actor [[Phillip Alford]] was born in Gadsden.
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* [[1913]]: Legendary football coach [[Bear Bryant]] was born in Moro Bottom, Arkansas.
 
* [[1913]]: Legendary football coach [[Bear Bryant]] was born in Moro Bottom, Arkansas.
 
* [[1911]]: Attorney and newspaper editor [[Alice Lee]] was born in Monroeville.
 
* [[1911]]: Attorney and newspaper editor [[Alice Lee]] was born in Monroeville.
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* [[1863]]: Industrialist [[William Tynes]] was born in Mississippi.
 
* [[1826]]: Engineer [[Bartholomew Boyle]] was born in County Kilkenny, Ireland.
 
* [[1826]]: Engineer [[Bartholomew Boyle]] was born in County Kilkenny, Ireland.
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==Deaths==
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* [[2007]]: Restauranteur [[Pearl Carlile]] died in [[Columbiana]].
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* [[2001]]: Librarian [[Lynn Edwards Angell]] was killed in the hijacking of American Airlines Flight 11, and accountant [[Bill Godshalk]] was killed in his office in Building 2 of the World Trade Center during terrorist attacks on the United States.
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* [[1978]]: [[Pilgrim Church|Pilgrim Congregational Church]]'s pastor [[Lawrence Johnson]] died.
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* [[1940]]: [[George Ward]], 13th [[Mayor of Birmingham]]
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==Sports==
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* [[1970]]: [[Vida Blue]] pitched a one-hitter for the Oakland Athletics.
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* [[1948]]: The NFL's Green Bay Packers defeated the Washington Redskins 43-0 in an exhibition game at [[Legion Field]].
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[[Category:September dates|11]]
 
[[Category:September dates|11]]

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September 11 in the history of the Birmingham District:

Bear Bryant, born September 11, 1913

Births

Deaths

Sports

  • 1970: Vida Blue pitched a one-hitter for the Oakland Athletics.
  • 1948: The NFL's Green Bay Packers defeated the Washington Redskins 43-0 in an exhibition game at Legion Field.