pictured: St. Andrew’s Church at Gallion (c. 1854)
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This website contains details about approximately 600 historic and interesting places located in 12 counties in rural southwest Alabama. You can access these sites by browsing from the tabs on the Navigation bar. The Region Map on the Navigation bar displays all of the sites. Another option is to use the search.
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Magnolia Grove, an example of a temple-style Greek Revival architecture, was built around 1840.
There are few states that have the natural beauty of Alabama. Our parks and campgrounds offer one of the best opportunities to enjoy the beauty of Alabama. To learn more about…
Black Belt Treasures is a non-profit organization that showcases and promote the arts of the Black Belt region in a Camden, Alabama gallery.
Located in Dallas County where the Cahaba River flows into the Alabama River, the town initially known as Cahawba served as the state’s first capital from 1820 until 1825. When the capital was moved…
The U.S. Paul Post Office was founded in 1907 and opened in 1908. A petition was submitted to the U.S. Postal Service requesting…
Alabama is home to many beautifully preserved antebellum structures from its earliest years of statehood.
Kirkwood is a historic antebellum plantation mansion located in Eutaw.
The Old Depot Museum is located at the old L&N Railroad Depot at the end of historic Water Avenue in downtown Selma.
Burnt Corn began as a trading post settlement at an intersection of Indian trails on the “Old Wolf Path” when this area was still Creek Indian territory.
This park was once the site of a powerful prehistoric community that, at its peak, was America’s largest city north of Mexico…
Alabama is blessed with an abundance of beautiful and historic country churches. Provided are…
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