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History and Heritage in Snead, AL

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What began as an Eagle Scout project is now a pleasant walk through the woods of Blount County. Take along the Self...


In 1864, traveling in an ox cart, Dr. Robert M. Moore left his family in Walton County, Georgia, and journeyed to Blo...


Battle Royal

Blountsville, AL

Nathan Bedford Forrest attacked Col. Streight’s column as it crossed Locust’s swift waters, causing the Federals to m...


Three prowling Union soldiers invaded home of sister-in-law of Celia and Winnie Mae Murphree taking food, drink; kill...


Bailey School

Walnut Grove, AL

William M. Bailey (born 1859 in Cherokee Co.; died 1909 in Blount Co.) settled 40 acres on what became Co. Rd 36 to t...


In 1864, traveling in an ox cart, Dr. Robert M. Moore left his family in Walton County, Georgia, and journeyed to Blo...


Blount County

Oneonta, AL

Created Feb. 7, 1818 by Alabama Territorial Legislature from lands ceded by the Creek Indian Nation. Named for the Te...


History of Guntersville

Guntersville, AL

(Side A) This area's proximity to the Tennessee River and Indian trails made it a crossroads for early habitation, se...


1813: Colonel John Coffee and 800 Tennessee Volunteers see Bear Meat Cabin Cherokee Settlement near Blountsville 1816...


Camp Wills

Gadsden, AL

Established as a supply camp by General Andrew Jackson, September 1813, on the banks of Big Wills Creek. It was here ...


In 1851 twelve Methodists meet in Newton (later Attalla) to plan a Methodist Episcopal Church. A crude log building o...


Member Constitutional Convention 1819 First Senator of Blount County Brigadier General, Alabama Militia County road a...


History of Locust Fork

Locust Fork, AL

While traveling south with his troops, General Andrew Jackson camped at the fork of the river in 1813. General Jackso...


First minister assigned to Alabama Territory by Tennessee Conference. Preached first sermon two blocks west at Bear M...


Federal Raid

Blountsville, AL

Gen. N.B. Forrest (CSA) Captured wagon train and supplies of Col. Streight's raiders (USA). Forrest continued his rel...


Starting in 1889, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, also known as the Birmingham Mineral Railroad, began railroa...


William Patrick Lay (1853-1940), founder of Alabama Power Company, built his first hydroelectric plant on Big Wills C...


In the fall of 1902, Captain William Patrick Lay, of Gadsden, began construction of a small hydro electric generating...

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