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(New page: The '''John T. Terry residence''' was a one-story frame house built for Colonel John T. Terry on 7th Avenue North. Terry formulated the plans for a [[Birmingham City Schools|system...)
 
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The '''John T. Terry residence''' was a one-story frame house built for Colonel [[John T. Terry]] on [[7th Avenue North]]. Terry formulated the plans for a [[Birmingham City Schools|system of public schools]] for [[Birmingham]] in this house. After it was torn down, the lot was given to the city for construction of the [[Central High School|Birmingham High School]]. The present [[Phillips High School]] now occupies the site.
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The '''John T. Terry residence''' was a one-story frame house built in [[1873]] for Colonel [[John T. Terry]] on [[7th Avenue North]]. Terry formulated the plans for a [[Birmingham City Schools|system of public schools]] for [[Birmingham]] in this house. After it was torn down, the lot was given to the city for construction of the [[Central High School|Birmingham High School]]. The present [[Phillips High School]] now occupies the site.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:43, 18 November 2007

The John T. Terry residence was a one-story frame house built in 1873 for Colonel John T. Terry on 7th Avenue North. Terry formulated the plans for a system of public schools for Birmingham in this house. After it was torn down, the lot was given to the city for construction of the Birmingham High School. The present Phillips High School now occupies the site.

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