National Register of Historic Places listings in Dallas County, Alabama

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Location of Dallas County in Alabama

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Dallas County, Alabama.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Dallas County, Alabama, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a Google map.[1]

There are 31 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 2 National Historic Landmarks.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 11, 2014.[2]

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Adams Grove Presbyterian Church
Adams Grove Presbyterian Church
June 5, 1986
(#86001239)
Southern side of Cahaba-Greenville Rd.
32°16′20″N 87°01′51″W / 32.272222°N 87.030833°W / 32.272222; -87.030833 (Adams Grove Presbyterian Church)
Sardis Wooden-framed Presbyterian church, built in the Greek Revival style in 1853.
2 Antique Store
Antique Store
January 29, 1987
(#86003662)
Off State Route 22
32°39′32″N 86°55′24″W / 32.659023°N 86.923292°W / 32.659023; -86.923292 (Antique Store)
Plantersville
3 Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church
Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church
February 4, 1982
(#82002009)
410 Martin Luther King, Jr. St.
32°24′45″N 87°00′58″W / 32.4125°N 87.016111°W / 32.4125; -87.016111 (Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church)
Selma Brick African Methodist Episcopal church, built in 1908. Known for its association with the Civil Rights Movement and Selma to Montgomery marches.
4 Cahaba
Cahaba
May 8, 1973
(#73000341)
11 miles (18 km) southwest of Selma at the junction of the Cahaba and Alabama Rivers
32°19′07″N 87°05′57″W / 32.318546°N 87.099266°W / 32.318546; -87.099266 (Cahaba)
Cahaba First permanent state capital of Alabama (1820–1825); today a ghost town.
5 Carlowville Historic District
Carlowville Historic District
January 18, 1978
(#78000487)
17 miles (27 km) south of Selma on State Route 89
32°05′15″N 87°02′01″W / 32.087392°N 87.033691°W / 32.087392; -87.033691 (Carlowville Historic District)
Carlowville
6 Christian Church and Parsonage
Christian Church and Parsonage
January 29, 1987
(#86003664)
Off State Route 22
32°39′24″N 86°55′29″W / 32.656667°N 86.924722°W / 32.656667; -86.924722 (Christian Church and Parsonage)
Plantersville
7 Dallas County Courthouse
Dallas County Courthouse
June 20, 1975
(#75000310)
109 Union St.
32°24′18″N 87°01′33″W / 32.405°N 87.025833°W / 32.405; -87.025833 (Dallas County Courthouse)
Selma Three-story brick building in the Greek Revival style, built as the Central Masonic Institute in 1847. It later served as the county courthouse and as a hospital.
8 Doctor's Office Upload image
January 29, 1987
(#86003663)
Junction of 1st Ave. north of Oak St. and 1st Ave.
32°41′03″N 86°55′24″W / 32.684167°N 86.923333°W / 32.684167; -86.923333 (Doctor's Office)
Plantersville
9 Driskell-Martin House
Driskell-Martin House
January 29, 1987
(#86003661)
Northwestern corner of the junction of Cherry St. and 1st Ave.
32°39′36″N 86°55′26″W / 32.66°N 86.923889°W / 32.66; -86.923889 (Driskell-Martin House)
Plantersville
10 First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church
September 20, 1979
(#79000383)
709 Martin Luther King, Jr. St.
32°24′51″N 87°01′04″W / 32.414167°N 87.017778°W / 32.414167; -87.017778 (First Baptist Church)
Selma Historically African American Baptist church, built in the Gothic Revival style in 1894. Known for its association with the Civil Rights Movement.
11 J. Bruce Hain House Upload image
November 30, 2001
(#01001295)
5826 State Route 41
32°17′17″N 86°59′14″W / 32.288056°N 86.987222°W / 32.288056; -86.987222 (J. Bruce Hain House)
Sardis
12 Icehouse Historic District
Icehouse Historic District
June 28, 1990
(#90000886)
Roughly bounded by Jefferson Davis and Dallas Aves., Union and Lapsley Sts., and Valley Creek
32°24′39″N 87°01′54″W / 32.410889°N 87.031653°W / 32.410889; -87.031653 (Icehouse Historic District)
Selma
13 Sullivan and Richie Jean Jackson House Upload image
January 18, 2014
(#13001033)
1416 Lapsley Ave.
32°25′09″N 87°01′52″W / 32.419070°N 87.031244°W / 32.419070; -87.031244 (Sullivan and Richie Jean Jackson House)
Selma
14 Marshall's Grove Upload image
February 4, 1982
(#82002010)
State Route 22
32°27′58″N 87°00′23″W / 32.466111°N 87.006389°W / 32.466111; -87.006389 (Marshall's Grove)
Selma
15 John Tyler Morgan House
John Tyler Morgan House
September 27, 1972
(#72000159)
719 Tremont St.
32°24′49″N 87°01′39″W / 32.413611°N 87.0275°W / 32.413611; -87.0275 (John Tyler Morgan House)
Selma
16 Old Town Historic District
Old Town Historic District
May 3, 1978
(#78000486)
Roughly bounded by the Alabama River, Jefferson Davis Ave., Pettus, Broad, and Franklin Sts.; also Jefferson Davis Ave.; an area roughly bounded by Broad, Dallas, U.S. Route 80, and Franklin; Selma Ave.; and Franklin St.
32°24′37″N 87°01′31″W / 32.410201°N 87.025323°W / 32.410201; -87.025323 (Old Town Historic District)
Selma Boundaries after the "also" represent a boundary increase of December 15, 2003
17 Edmund Pettus Bridge
Edmund Pettus Bridge
February 27, 2013
(#13000281)
U.S. Route 80 across the Alabama River
32°24′20″N 87°01′07″W / 32.4056°N 87.0186°W / 32.4056; -87.0186 (Edmund Pettus Bridge)
Selma
18 Wesley Plattenburg House
Wesley Plattenburg House
February 3, 1993
(#92001827)
601 Washington St.
32°24′50″N 87°01′20″W / 32.413889°N 87.022222°W / 32.413889; -87.022222 (Wesley Plattenburg House)
Selma
19 Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church
Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church
April 22, 1999
(#99000465)
0.2 miles (0.32 km) east of the junction of County Roads 7 and 12
32°09′53″N 86°54′30″W / 32.164722°N 86.908333°W / 32.164722; -86.908333 (Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church)
Pleasant Hill Wooden-framed Presbyterian church, built in the Greek Revival style in 1851.
20 Riverdale
Riverdale
September 10, 1979
(#79000384)
Northeast of Selma on River Rd.
32°26′02″N 86°52′11″W / 32.433889°N 86.869722°W / 32.433889; -86.869722 (Riverdale)
Selma
21 Riverview Historic District
Riverview Historic District
June 28, 1990
(#90000887)
Roughly bounded by Selma Ave., Satterfield and Lapsley Sts., and the Alabama River
32°24′11″N 87°01′50″W / 32.403063°N 87.030666°W / 32.403063; -87.030666 (Riverview Historic District)
Selma
22 St. Luke's Episcopal Church
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
March 25, 1982
(#82002008)
Beech St. (Cahaba Rd.) near intersection with Capitol Ave.
32°19′09″N 87°06′19″W / 32.319167°N 87.105278°W / 32.319167; -87.105278 (St. Luke's Episcopal Church)
Cahaba Wooden-framed Episcopal church, built in the Carpenter Gothic style in 1854.
23 St. Paul's Episcopal Church
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
March 25, 1975
(#75000311)
210 Lauderdale St.
32°24′31″N 87°01′18″W / 32.408611°N 87.021667°W / 32.408611; -87.021667 (St. Paul's Episcopal Church)
Selma Brick Episcopal church, built in the Gothic Revival style in 1875.
24 Marcus Meyer Skinner House
Marcus Meyer Skinner House
August 27, 1987
(#87001418)
2612 Summerfield Rd.
32°26′15″N 87°02′01″W / 32.437431°N 87.033540°W / 32.437431; -87.033540 (Marcus Meyer Skinner House)
Selma
25 Street Manual Training School Upload image
July 28, 1999
(#99000891)
263 County Road 38
32°06′49″N 87°03′34″W / 32.113657°N 87.059557°W / 32.113657; -87.059557 (Street Manual Training School)
Richmond and Minter
26 Sturdivant Hall
Sturdivant Hall
January 18, 1973
(#73000340)
713 Mabry St.
32°24′47″N 87°01′44″W / 32.413056°N 87.028889°W / 32.413056; -87.028889 (Sturdivant Hall)
Selma Greek Revival style mansion designed by Thomas Helm Lee and completed in 1856.
27 Summerfield District
Summerfield District
March 1, 1982
(#82002011)
Selma-Summerfield and Marion Rds., Centenary and College Sts.
32°31′03″N 87°02′45″W / 32.517434°N 87.045751°W / 32.517434; -87.045751 (Summerfield District)
Summerfield
28 Tabernacle Baptist Church Upload image
July 10, 2013
(#13000469)
1431 Broad St.
32°25′10″N 87°01′28″W / 32.419575°N 87.024486°W / 32.419575; -87.024486 (Tabernacle Baptist Church)
Selma Part of the Civil Rights Movement in Selma, Alabama MPS
29 Todd House
Todd House
January 29, 1987
(#86003665)
Southern side of Oak St. west of 1st Ave.
32°39′21″N 86°55′52″W / 32.655833°N 86.931111°W / 32.655833; -86.931111 (Todd House)
Plantersville
30 U.S. Post Office Building
U.S. Post Office Building
March 26, 1976
(#76000322)
908 Alabama Ave.
32°24′27″N 87°01′15″W / 32.4075°N 87.020833°W / 32.4075; -87.020833 (U.S. Post Office Building)
Selma Beaux-Arts style Federal Government building designed by James Knox Taylor and completed in 1909.
31 Valley Creek Presbyterian Church
Valley Creek Presbyterian Church
May 28, 1976
(#76000323)
North of Selma on Valley Creek Rd.
32°28′14″N 87°01′28″W / 32.470556°N 87.024444°W / 32.470556; -87.024444 (Valley Creek Presbyterian Church)
Valley Grande Brick Presbyterian church, built in the Greek Revival style in 1857.
32 Water Avenue Historic District
Water Avenue Historic District
December 26, 1972
(#72000160)
Water Ave.; also Water Ave. bounded by Lauderdale, MLK Boulevard, Beech Creek, and the Alabama River
32°24′27″N 87°01′00″W / 32.40752°N 87.016783°W / 32.40752; -87.016783 (Water Avenue Historic District)
Selma Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of July 7, 2005

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 11, 2014.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.