As Alabama was being settled, the portion of the state now called Lee County was a rough frontier akin to the wild west. Over time, the establishment of churches, local governments, businesses, farming - and, notably, a major college campus - helped change Lee County into a thriving area. During recent decades, the demise of farming, together with an upsurge of industrial and commercial development, is changing much of the county in new ways. This program explores the history and heritage of Lee County and examines the implications of accelerating development that may significantly alter the county for all time.
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