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The Jefferson Franklin Jackson house is a historic house in Montgomery, Alabama. It is also commonly known as the Jackson-Community House mostly for housing various offices and functioning as a social and civic center in the recent years.

Built in 1853 by Jefferson Franklin Jackson, a US Attorney for northern and central Alabama, the Jefferson Franklin Jackson House was also owned by Thomas H. Watts, a former Alabama Governor, when he married Jackson?s widow. The house stayed in the family until well into the 20th century. It was used as a residential home until 1943 when it was acquired by the Montgomery City Federation of Colored Women?s Clubs.

The Jefferson Franklin Jackson House also served as a Girls Scouts headquarters. It also played a huge role during the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
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