May 1, 1780: John McKinley, Alabama's first Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, is born in Virginia. McKinley moved to Alabama in 1819 and was elected to the Alabama legislature from Madison County in 1820. During the next fifteen years he served in both the Alabama state legislature and U.S. Congress. He was chosen by President Martin Van Buren to serve on the Supreme Court in 1837; he held that position until his death in 1852
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Innovation Meets Tradition: Judy Martin Quilts on display through October 2017 A collection of unique and innovative quilts based on the traditional Log Cabin and Lone Star patterns by designer and author Judy Martin of Grinnell, Iowa.
Angelica Singleton Van Buren: She assumed the post because President Martin Van Buren's wife Hannah Hoes had died 17 years earlier and he remained unwed throughout the rest of his life. She was known as a sophisticated First Lady