Rusty Glover-Teacher-Leader- Senator, Legislator
Rusty (Benjamin Nash Glover III) was born April 17, 1966 in Mobile. He graduated from B.C. Rain High School. He attended Faulkner State Community College and The University of South Alabama earning a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education, M.A. in History and a M. Ed. in Secondary Education.
He is a retired high school teacher, having taught history for twenty five years at Mary G. Montgomery High School located in Semmes.
He has written a book, “A Treasure Chest of Hidden History.” This book was born out of the love of history and the desire to ignite curiosity and a love of history in his students. The book is a collection of, “Fun Facts and Serious Episodes That You May Have Missed In Your American History Class.” The presentation style is unique in that after each entry, credit is given to the source making it possible for the reader to do further research. It truly is a treasure that will peak your interest in history.
Here is just one of those tidbits: The world’s first completely electric streetcar was running the streets of Montgomery in 1886.
Salmond, John A., The Conscience of a lawyer: Clifford J. Durr and American Civil Liberties, 1899-1975. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 1990, p5.
A man of Character committed to promoting family values, education, and freedom for the betterment of all.
Preserving our History!