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Sightseeing and Tours in Geraldine, AL

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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in February 2006, the district includes 117 commercial and residen... hmdb.org

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Cherokee Indians first inhabited this mound site, subsequently settled by A.H. Lamar, a captain in the Seminole War a... hmdb.org

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Opened Sept. 1890. Built during local boom period. Converted into theatre during era of silent movies. Closed as a th... hmdb.org

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The mission of the Fort Payne Depot Museum is summarized as: to collect, preserve and, through exhibits, educat... museumsusa.org

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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... hmdb.org

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Fires and Floods

Collinsville, AL

Collinsville burned twice. On December 24, 1884, the Collinsville Depot, Hall-Mackey Store and other businesses were ... hmdb.org

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Around 1889-1891 Fort Payne experienced a great industrial boom due to promotion by New England investors who specula... hmdb.org

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Side A Informally called Sparkstown for a period of time, the city of Boaz was officially named after the husband of ... hmdb.org

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Pre-Civil War Cemetery

Albertville, AL

The West Main Street Cemetery was established in the late 1850’s by the Jones Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church, Sout... hmdb.org

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The first major attack on Guntersville during the Civil War occurred on the morning of Monday, July 28, 1862. The Fed... hmdb.org

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"The opportunies which were at hand in the development of the river and the region were being seized upon by our peop... hmdb.org

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Section of Core

Guntersville, AL

Drilled from Limestone Bedrock during Construction Guntersville Dam 1935-1938 hmdb.org

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Sand Mtn Pawn

Sardis City, AL

Guns, Scopes, Ammo, Liberty gun Safes & More! Huge selection of Diamonds, Jewelry, TVs, DVDs & electronics! Two locations! Gu...

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Sequoyah

Fort Payne, AL

Born in Tennessee, Sequoyah moved to Wills Town (DeKalb County, Alabama) area of the Cherokee Nation in 1818. Here, i... hmdb.org

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Wills Town Mission

Fort Payne, AL

The mission was established in 1823 by the American Board of Missions to further education and Christianity among the... hmdb.org

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History of Langston

Scottsboro, AL

The small village of Coffeetown, located to the southeast of what is now Langston, was established in the 1810s. Coff... hmdb.org

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John Gunter

Guntersville, AL

Buried near here in 1835 John Gunter Founder of Guntersville. He and his wife Catherine, daughter of a Cherokee India... hmdb.org

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