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Historic Sites in Coffee Springs, AL

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Battle Branch

Kinston, AL

The only battle fought in Coffee County during The War Between the States Just east of this spot, at the branch head,...


Army Aviation Museum

Fort Rucker, AL

The U.S. Army Aviation Museum maintains a collection of over 160 military aircraft, including one of the larges...


Organized on June 30, 1888 by thirteen charter members as Dundee Missionary Baptist Church. The congregation original...


Clintonville Academy

New Brockton, AL

Chartered as Clintonville Male and Female Academy. Building erected 1860: occupied January, 1861. The first school in...


Founded near Double Bridges Creek (LeCompte Place) three miles southwest of the present location. First Pastor: J. W....


Organized in 1883 by 13 charter members as Carmichael Chapel of Elba Circuit, the congregation originally worshipped ...


Near this location, Marion Alford established in 1864 a water-powered grist mill that became the focal point of a sma...


A congregation of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South existed in Elba eve before Rev. Robert Shaw Rabb was assigned...


Elba began circa 1840. A ferry had been started across Pea River, thus beginning the town’s first name, Bridgeville. ...


Enterprise Depot

Enterprise, AL

This building was built in 1903 with additions in 1916 and 1997. The first freight shipments and passengers came here...


The first Coffee County Courthouse was at Wellborn and burned in 1851. This site given by John B. Simmons when Elba w...


Rawls Hotel

Enterprise, AL

Original two-story brick structure built 1903 by Japheth Rawls, developer of some of earliest turpentine plants in Co...


Organized May 26, 1849 First Pastor: Ruben E. Brown First Deacons: William P. Bryan, Jonas P. Bell Charter Members: W...


Daleville, Alabama

Daleville, AL

Daleville, originally called Dale, was the county seat of Dale County from 1831-1841. William Harper was probate judg...


Curtis School was organized in the early 1900’s and was originally located mile south, where New Ebenezer Baptist Chu...


The Depot In 1900, the L&N Railroad won the right to establish the railroad through this area. The town is named for ...


(Front): The Block House 1814 The first public structure in what later became Dale County was erected one mile east o...

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