Sabtu, 09 April 2011

During the American Civil war, the "scorched earth" policy of the North destroyed churches, farms, school, libraries, colleges, and a great deal of other property.The libraries at the University of Alama managed to save one book from the debris ot their library buildings. On the morning of April 4, when federal troops reached the campus with order to destroy the university, Andre Deloffre, a modern language professor and custodian of the library.