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Mary Ann Neeley

American author and historian

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Mary Ann Neeley was an author and official historian for the city of Montgomery, Alabama. She served as executive director of Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery, a non-profit organization dedicated to historic preservation, from 1979 until 2003. Mrs. Neely's walking tours of downtown Montgomery and Oakwood Cemetery were a very popular activity for locals and tourists alike. She developed an annual conference that brought together academics, writers, and other historians, which explored numerous historical topics and drew together attendants from across the region. Along with being an author and a local historian, Neeley also taught courses at both Auburn University and Huntingdon College.

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Huntingdon College

Small private Methodist liberal-arts college located in Montgomery, Alabama, United States

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#17418 World Rank
History
#3808124 World Rank
Literature