19th Century Spring Hill Neighborhood Thematic Resource

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19th Century Spring Hill Neighborhood Thematic Resource
Location Mobile, Alabama
Coordinates 30°41′52″N 88°8′30″W / 30.69778°N 88.14167°W / 30.69778; -88.14167Coordinates: 30°41′52″N 88°8′30″W / 30.69778°N 88.14167°W / 30.69778; -88.14167
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 64000005

The 19th Century Spring Hill Neighborhood Thematic Resource is a multiple property submission of buildings that were listed together on the National Register of Historic Places. It covers eight properties in the Spring Hill neighborhood of Mobile, Alabama, all built during the mid-19th century.

They represent the most intact buildings to survive from the period when Spring Hill was a summer retreat town for wealthy Mobilians seeking to escape the heat and yellow fever epidemics of the city. Situated upon what was once the western hills outside of Mobile, Spring Hill was gradually absorbed by the larger city and little remains today from its period as an independent community.[1][2]

Properties[edit]

Resource Name Also known as Coordinates City County Added Notes
Beal-Gaillard House 30°41′56″N 88°7′59″W / 30.69889°N 88.13306°W / 30.69889; -88.13306 (Beal-Gaillard House) Mobile Mobile County October 18, 1984 Creole cottage built in 1836.
Center-Gaillard House 30°42′5″N 88°8′6″W / 30.70139°N 88.13500°W / 30.70139; -88.13500 (Center-Gaillard House) Mobile Mobile County October 18, 1984 Brick house built in 1827.
Collins-Marston House 30°41′35″N 88°9′5″W / 30.69306°N 88.15139°W / 30.69306; -88.15139 (Collins-Marston House) Mobile Mobile County October 18, 1984 Gulf Coast cottage built in 1832.
Collins-Robinson House 30°41′42″N 88°9′7″W / 30.69500°N 88.15194°W / 30.69500; -88.15194 (Collins-Robinson House) Mobile Mobile County October 18, 1984 Creole cottage built in 1843.
Pfau-Crichton Cottage 30°41′53″N 88°7′40″W / 30.69806°N 88.12778°W / 30.69806; -88.12778 (Pfau-Crichton Cottage) Mobile Mobile County October 18, 1984 Gulf Coast cottage built in 1862.
Saint Paul's Episcopal Chapel 30°41′53″N 88°8′20″W / 30.69806°N 88.13889°W / 30.69806; -88.13889 (Saint Paul's Episcopal Chapel) Mobile Mobile County October 18, 1984 Episcopal church built in 1859.
Sodality Chapel 30°41′30″N 88°8′13″W / 30.69167°N 88.13694°W / 30.69167; -88.13694 (Sodality Chapel) Mobile Mobile County October 18, 1984 Roman Catholic chapel built in 1850.
Stewartfield 30°41′38″N 88°8′32″W / 30.69389°N 88.14222°W / 30.69389; -88.14222 (Stewartfield) Mobile Mobile County October 18, 1984 Greek Revival style mansion built in 1849.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-15. 
  2. ^ "19th Century Spring Hill Neighborhood TR". "National Register Information System". National Park Service. Retrieved October 27, 2011. 

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