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* [[1965]]: The [[First Federal building]] in [[Tuscaloosa]] celebrated its grand opening.
 
* [[1965]]: The [[First Federal building]] in [[Tuscaloosa]] celebrated its grand opening.
 
* [[1927]]: [[Charles Lindbergh]] and the "Spirit of St Louis" left [[Messer Field]] after a two-day stop on his national tour promoting aeronautics.
 
* [[1927]]: [[Charles Lindbergh]] and the "Spirit of St Louis" left [[Messer Field]] after a two-day stop on his national tour promoting aeronautics.
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* [[1918]]: The [[1918 Alabama State Fair]] opened.
 
* [[1890]]: [[Solomon Palmer]]'s [[East Lake Atheneum]] opened.
 
* [[1890]]: [[Solomon Palmer]]'s [[East Lake Atheneum]] opened.
 
* [[1887]]: [[George Cruikshank]] married Mary R. Smith.
 
* [[1887]]: [[George Cruikshank]] married Mary R. Smith.

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October 7 in the history of the Birmingham District:

Rev. Abraham Woods Jr, born October 7, 1928

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