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Historic Sites in Pell City, AL

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Founded by railroad investors and incorporated on May 6, 1891. Pell City was named for one of the financial backers, ... hmdb.org

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The earliest neighborhood in Pell City was the Residential District, located on the northern boundary of the Downtown... hmdb.org

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Camp Winnataska

Cook Springs, AL

Dr. Elwyn Ballard, Commissioner of Boy Scouts in the Birmingham, and his wife, Florence Aye Ballard, discovered this ... hmdb.org

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Pell City, Alabama

Pell City, AL

The town charter for Pell City was granted in 1887. The town was named for George Hamilton Pell, a prominent New York... hmdb.org

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Created in 1818 by territorial legislature. Named for Revolutionary hero, Gen. St. Clair. First settlers from Tenness... hmdb.org

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Original log house of worship built St. Clair Co. near Broken Arrow Creek, six miles from Coosa River. Named Harkey’s... hmdb.org

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Rowan Oaks

Leeds, AL

Thomas Rowan, son of Irish immigrants who settled in St. Clair County, Alabama, purchased his first 130 acres at auct... hmdb.org

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Lincoln, Alabama

Lincoln, AL

(Side A) Historical records indicate that DeSoto and his men, as they traveled the South in search of gold, were the ... hmdb.org

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Seven Battle Stars * * * * * * * World War II * Iwo Jima Operation * Okinawa Gunto Operation First of the 31 ship con... hmdb.org

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The City of Talladega was incorporated in 1835. Not long after the founding of Talladega, the Square became the town ... hmdb.org

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By action of the Alabama Conference of The Methodist Episcopal Church, South in session at Talladega, December 13-18,... hmdb.org

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The Joiner Family

Talladega, AL

The distinguished Joiner family lived here in an imposing mansion, demolished in 1970. James H. Joiner: Pioneer in Ta... hmdb.org

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Samuel Massey and his brother - in - law, Duke William Glenn, first came to this Territory in February 1814 with Lt. ... hmdb.org

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The clay soil of the area, first cultivated by Creek Indians, gave this agricultural community it name in 1878 when a... hmdb.org

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Shiloh Cemetery is the first recorded Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery in middle Alabama. Burial at Shiloh began in 1... hmdb.org

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Front: The War of 1812, geography, geology, and three cultures shaped the history of Leeds. Lying at the crossroads o... hmdb.org

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Cahaba Project

Trussville, AL

A total of 243 houses and 44 duplex units were constructed from 1936 - 1938 at an overall cost of $2,661,981.26. Caha... hmdb.org

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On this site stood the stone warehouse of Captain Thomas Truss and Marcus Worthington. Stored here were meats, grains... hmdb.org

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Jonathan Bass was born January 30, 1837, in Jefferson County. His father arrived in Jefferson County in 1816, and Jon... hmdb.org

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Established about 1850, Wear Cemetery is located off Old Springville Road to the northeast at Countryside Circle. In ... hmdb.org

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