TRINITY GARDENS is a unique neighborhood, anchored on the north and east by the City of Prichard; to the north and west by Interstate 65 and on the west by the Beltline Highway. The community dates back to World War II as one of the initial African American neighborhoods annexed into Mobile that created economic opportunities for GIs during the war, without the threat of discrimination. The families of Trinity Gardens were hardworking and dedicated entrepreneurs, whose income was derived the neighboring lumber yards and the railroad. Their faith was deep entrenched in religion, allowing them to worship freely through a multitude of denominations. In close proximity to Wragg Swamp, Trinity Gardens is rich in natural resources.




WHISTLER was an unincorporated community in Mobile County, until the 1950s when it was annexed into neighboring Prich...

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