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* [[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.

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September 11 in the history of the Birmingham District:

Births

Bear Bryant, born September 11, 1913

Deaths

Sports

  • 1970: Vida Blue pitched a one-hitter for the Oakland Athletics.