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Home » National Historic Landmarks in Alabama » Swayne Hall Talladega College

Swayne Hall Talladega College

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Swayne Hall, Martin Luther King Jr Dr, Talladega, AL 35160

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Swayne Hall was built as Baptist men's college in 1857. After the American Civil War it became a part of Talladega College. It is historically Alabama’s oldest college and is a private black liberal arts college. In the post-Civil War era it was originally constructed with slave labor. The building was named Union Army General Wager Swayne.

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Swayne Hall, Talladega College, Talladega Alabama