Properties on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage by county (Clarke–Dallas)

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This is a list of properties on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage, sorted alphabetically by county. This list contains all entries for Clarke County through Dallas County, the other listings may be found here.[1] The Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage is an official listing of buildings, sites, structures, objects, and districts deemed worthy of preservation in the U.S. state of Alabama.[2]

These properties, which may be of national, state, and local significance, are designated by the Alabama Historical Commission, under the authority of the Alabama Legislature.[2] General criteria for inclusion in the Alabama Register includes that the property is at least 40 years old; is associated with events of state or local significance; is associated with the lives of persons of state or local significance; is representative of a type, style, or period of architecture; or is associated with Alabama's history or prehistory. It must also possess integrity of location and construction and convey a feeling for the time and place of construction.[2]

The Alabama Register occasionally includes properties that do not meet the general criteria for inclusion, such as moved or reconstructed structures. These properties are included when they have been sensitively relocated to a site similar to the original, closely match the construction of the original significant building, or are of exceptional importance to the state.[3]

There are approximately 1421 properties and districts listed on the Alabama Register.[1] Of these, approximately 196 are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) and 5 are designated as National Historic Landmarks (NHL).[4]


ClarkeClayCleburneCoffeeColbertConecuhCoosaCovingtonCrenshawCullmanDaleDallas
This list is complete through the most recent Alabama Historical Commission listings, posted June 13, 2014.[1]

Clarke County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Alston-Cobb-Postma House September 1, 1978 Grove Hill Circa 1854 NRHP
2 Armistead Home January 29, 1980 Grove Hill Circa 1843
3 Bradford-Wilson Home November 15, 2012 Dickinson Circa 1900
4 Campbell Historic District September 30, 1999 Campbell 1870–1950
5 Cobb-Waite Home January 29, 1980 Grove Hill vicinity Late 1860s NRHP
6 Coffeeville Masonic Lodge January 22, 2009 Coffeeville
7 Courthouse Historic District March 24, 1995 Grove Hill Earliest 1832 NRHP
8 Dickinson House January 1, 1978 Grove Hill Circa 1845 NRHP
9 Finlay House September 17, 1976 Gainestown Circa 1846 NRHP
10 Grant-Carleton House January 29, 1980 Grove Hill
11 Johnson House August 3, 1990 Jackson vicinity Circa 1900
12 Kimbell-Rivers-Woodson House September 17, 1976 Jackson Circa 1848
13 The Lodge (Cleveland Home) June 9, 1977 Suggsville Circa 1860
14 Loranz-McCrary House March 19, 1993 Jackson Circa 1900
15 Orange Hill Road Historic District March 24, 1995 Grove Hill Earliest circa 1845
16 Pleasant Hill Methodist Church March 29, 2012 Thomasville Circa 1876
17 Thomasville High School August 25, 1994 Thomasville 1929
18 Upper Confederate Salt Works July 9, 1976 Jackson vicinity Circa 1861–1865
19 Wilson-Finch-Mason Log House April 4, 1978 Manila Circa 1822
20 Wilson's Mill January 25, 1977 Coffeeville vicinity Late 19th century
21 Wing-Hudley House October 20, 1977 Jackson Circa 1879
22 Woodlands January 29, 1980 Gosport Circa 1840 NRHP

Clay County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Carmichael Place June 23, 1994 Goodwater 1887
2 Gay House April 11, 1984 Ashland Circa 1914
3 Hatchett Creek Presbyterian Church and Brownsville Cemetery May 3, 2001 Brownsville Circa 1901–1902
4 Lineville Water Tower April 1, 1976 Lineville Circa 1917
5 Midway School March 13, 1996 Hollins 1917
6 Partridge House Complex February 6, 1998 Goodwater vicinity 1913

Cleburne County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Arbacoochee Site July 15, 1976 Heflin vicinity Antebellum
2 Cheaha Observation Tower (Bunker Tower) December 15, 1989 Cheaha State Park Circa 1934
3 Colonial Cottage (John Morgan House) December 19, 1991 Heflin 1880 NRHP
4 Edwardsville Cemetery October 1, 1997 Edwardsville Earliest 1837
5 Heflin Depot December 21, 1977 Heflin Circa 1886
6 Owen Residence March 13, 1996 Heflin
7 Striplin Gold Mines and Carr Creek Place June 21, 2012 Delta

Coffee County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Enterprise Methodist Church (First United Methodist Church) September 6, 1984 Enterprise Circa 1903–1904
2 Folsom Home September 17, 1976 Elba vicinity Late 19th century
3 Prestwood Grist Mill October 11, 1978 Roeton vicinity Circa 1848
4 Rawls House March 30, 1989 Enterprise
5 Rawls Warehouse and Cotton Gin June 12, 2014 Enterprise 1908–1959

Colbert County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Church of Christ Site and Cemetery February 19, 1988 Leighton vicinity
2 Samuel Cooke House (Chambers-Robinson) April 14, 1992 Sheffield NRHP
3 FAME Recording Studio December 15, 1997 Muscle Shoals 1963
4 Glencoe Plantation Cemetery May 26, 1986 Tuscumbia vicinity Circa 1818–1854
5 Hodge-Blackburn-Twitty House November 30, 1977 Cherokee Circa 1844
6 Howell and Graves Junior High School June 19, 1997 Muscle Shoals 1927
7 John Johnson House April 16, 1985 Leighton vicinity Circa 1830 NRHP
8 LaGrange Cemetery June 23, 1994 Leighton Earliest 1852
9 LaGrange College Site July 16, 1976 Leighton Circa 1830
10 Leighton Training School (Leighton Middle School) June 19, 1997 Leighton 1928–1929
11 Locust Hill (John Daniel Rather House) October 4, 1978 Tuscumbia Circa 1823 NRHP
12 Melrose February 20, 1986 Tuscumbia Circa 1830
13 "Nation" House April 16, 1985 Sheffield vicinity Circa 1830
14 Norfolk Southern Railroad Bridge August 16, 1991 Florence vicinity 1870s
15 Old Brick Presbyterian Church November 13, 1978 Leighton vicinity Circa 1830s
16 Preuit Oaks November 26, 1978 Leighton vicinity Circa 1847 NRHP
17 Shaw Home June 20, 2013 Leighton Mid-19th to mid-20th century
18 Sheffield Railroad Depot June 23, 1994 Sheffield 1948
19 Tabie House November 15, 2012 Leighton Late 1800s

Conecuh County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Arkadelphia Church October 4, 1993 Loree vicinity 1886
2 Belleville Baptist Church April 21, 1981 Belleville 1841
3 Betts-Nash House October 4, 1993 Burnt Corn Circa 1835
4 Brooklyn Baptist Church, March 24, 1983 Brooklyn Circa 1861
5 Brooklyn Historic District October 4, 1993 Brooklyn 1826–1865
6 Brooks-King House October 4, 1993 Skinnerton 1891
7 Brushy Creek United Methodist Church October 4, 1993 Lenox 1850s
8 Burnett House October 4, 1993 Evergreen 1880s
9 Burnt Corn Historic District October 4, 1993 Burnt Corn Earliest 1866
10 Carey Street Historic District October 4, 1993 Evergreen
11 Carter Hospital December 16, 2010 Repton Circa 1935
12 Castleberry Commercial District October 4, 1993 Castleberry
13 Castleberry Residential District October 4, 1993 Castleberry
14 Cohassett Historic District October 4, 1993 Cohassett Circa 1906
15 Evergreen Baptist Church October 4, 1993 Evergreen Circa 1906
16 Flat Rock Saints Church May 10, 2000 Evergreen vicinity 1890
17 Rev. Dr. Hillary James Hawkins House March 20, 2003 Evergreen Circa 1945
18 Hawthorne House October 4, 1993 Belleville 1830s
19 Horton House and Store October 4, 1993
20 Robert Ivey House October 4, 1993 Loree Circa 1850
21 Jayvilla Commissary October 4, 1993 Evergreen vicinity Circa 1860
22 Jayvilla Plantation Site April 1, 1976 Evergreen vicinity Circa 1820
23 Asa Johnston House October 4, 1993 Johnstonville 1842 NRHP
24 Caleb Johnston House October 4, 1993 Johnstonville 1840s
25 Maxwell-Johnson House May 19, 1999 Evergreen
26 Mt. Union Community Church and Center November 13, 1996 Evergreen vicinity
27 New Evergreen Historic District October 4, 1993 Evergreen NRHP
28 Old Beulah Cemetery October 4, 1993 Evergreen vicinity 1820s–1890s
29 Old Evergreen Historic District October 4, 1993 Evergreen
30 Paul Post Office June 21, 2013 Paul Circa 1908
31 Rabb Rosenwald School February 21, 2013 Rabb Circa 1920
32 Range Historic District October 4, 1993 Range
33 Repton Historic District October 4, 1993 Repton Earliest 1886
34 Dr. H.S. Skinner House October 4, 1993 Belleville 1821
35 Sparta Site October 4, 1993 Evergreen vicinity
36 St. Mary's Episcopal Church October 4, 1993 Evergreen Circa 1880
37 Sunnyside Farm (Witherington House) July 6, 1978 Evergreen Circa 1856

Coosa County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Coosa County Farmers and Civic Association Building September 25, 2008 Circa 1929
2 Coosa County Training School September 26, 2003 Rockford
3 Double Bridges September 26, 2003 Weogufka vicinity Circa 1934
4 Lay Dam February 19, 1976 Coosa River Circa 1910–1914
5 Mims Ferry September 5, 1975 Coosa River Circa 1895, 1957
6 Oakachoy Covered Bridge (Destroyed by fire 2001) October 28, 1977 Nixburg vicinity Circa 1915 Delisted
7 Old Rockford Elementary School September 30, 1999 Rockford 1927
8 Old Shiloh Cemetery March 24, 1995 Nixburg vicinity 1836
9 James Powell House November 13, 1996 Rockford
10 Rockford Women's Club House March 13, 1996 Rockford 1932
11 Smyrna Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery July 30, 1981 Goodwater
12 Weogufka State Park July 18, 1989 Weogufka Circa 1930

Covington County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Alabama Textile Products Corporation August 25, 2011 Andalusia Circa 1929
2 Bethel Primitive Baptist Church and Cemetery April 18, 2007 Babbie Circa 1920
3 W. O. Carter Log House February 27, 1978 Andalusia vicinity Circa 1830s
4 Church Street School August 25, 2011 Andalusia Circa 1923
5 Dixon Home Place September 29, 2005 Andalusia vicinity Circa 1850
6 First National Bank of Florala (Fidelity Masonic Lodge No. 685) April 18, 2007 Florala Circa 1907
7 Givens House June 30, 1995 Andalusia Circa 1900
8 Alex Hart House October 1, 1976 Opp Circa 1901
9 M. N. Lloyd's Water Mill August 19, 1976 Red Level vicinity Circa 1930
10 Macon General Store Museum Collection January 19, 1978 Andalusia
11 Mizzell Mansion June 27, 2007 Opp
12 Monch Riley Home April 19, 2006 Andalusia Circa 1890
13 River Falls Post Office October 28, 1977 River Falls Circa 1898
14 Springdale August 25, 2001 Andalusia Circa 1937
15 Stanley School May 19, 1999 Florala vicinity 1937
16 The Shack (Old Scout Hut) June 20, 2013 Andalusia Circa 1922

Crenshaw County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Bricken Building January 14, 1982 Luverne Circa 1893
2 Douglass House (Douglass-Hayden House) June 30, 1995 Luverne 1904–1907
3 W.W. Hudson House December 15, 2011 Grady Mid-to-late 19th century
4 Ivy Creek School/Community Center March 12, 1997 Rutledge 1927
5 Jordan House October 1, 1976 Highland Home Circa 1889
6 Old Bryan Place April 1, 2010 Dozier 1880–1887

Cullman County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Arnold House February 15, 1977 Cullman Circa 1916
2 Ave Maria Grotto February 24, 1976 Cullman Circa 1918 NRHP
3 Baileyton United Methodist Church December 15, 2011 Baileyton Circa 1947
4 Battleground School September 29, 2005 Vinemont 1932
5 Betz Addition Historic District March 12, 1997 Circa early 20th century
6 Bogue-Herrell House February 28, 1979 Cullman Circa 1875
7 Burkart-Wilson Home June 23, 1994 Hanceville 1949
8 Carothers-Brown-Warren House (Perry Warren House) October 20, 1977 Cullman Circa 1887
9 Christ Lutheran Church November 17, 1995 Cullman 1924
10 Corbin Farmstead May 19, 1999 Joppa 1894
11 Crane Hill Masonic Lodge #554 February 25, 1999 Crane Hill 1904 NRHP
12 Cottingham-Benson House May 10, 1978 Cullman Circa 1905
13 Cullman Ice Factory February 27, 1978 Cullman Circa 1894
14 Colonel John G. Cullman Home August 29, 1975 Cullman Circa 1870
15 Deep South Creamery October 28, 1985 Cullman Circa 1900
16 John B. Deerr House June 23, 1994 Cullman 1938
17 Evangelical Lutheran Trinity Church/Burkart Memorial Hall September 6, 1984 Hanceville 1885–1886
18 First United Methodist Church June 16, 1981 Cullman Circa 1924
19 Fuller-St. John-Edwards House October 17, 1980 Cullman Circa 1914
20 Garden City School May 19, 1999 Garden City 1898
21 Green-Owens House February 20, 1986 Cullman 1913–1914 NRHP
22 Green-Jennings House (Destroyed by fire) February 27, 1978 Cullman Circa 1890–1893
23 Hancock House November 17, 1995 Cullman vicinity 1898
24 Heitmueller Farm March 8, 1994 Vinemont 1873
25 Joppa Collegiate Normal Institute (Reconstructed 2001) March 20, 2003 Joppa Circa 1900–1918
26 Kleibacher-Wachter House November 17, 1995 Cullman 1909
27 Logan Jr. High School August 5, 2010 Logan 1943
28 Mace Thomas Payne Brindley Cemetery September 29, 1975 Simcoe vicinity Earliest 1853
29 McDonald House November 26, 1978 Cullman Circa 1890
30 Mullins-Young-Rigsby House November 17, 1995 Cullman 1911–12
31 Old Wagner Studio August 6, 1993 Cullman 1903
32 Parker-Hutchens House March 20, 1981 Cullman Circa 1877
33 Peinhardt Farm April 1, 2010 Cullman 1933
34 Potato House September 29, 2005 Hanceville Circa 1900
35 Rambow-Abt House January 31, 1979 Cullman Circa 1907
36 Sacred Heart Catholic Church November 5, 1976 Cullman Circa 1900
37 Saint John's United Church December 21, 1977 Cullman Circa 1924
38 Sandlin Chapel August 22, 1985 Bremen Circa 1882
39 Shady Grove Methodist Church February 25, 1999 Logan vicinity 1892–1893
40 Sparks-Kinney-Hartwig House April 11, 1978 Cullman Circa 1903
41 Issac Speegle Farmstead August 25, 2011 Guthery Crossroads Circa 1910
42 Steindorff-Glasscock House May 10, 1978 Cullman Circa 1899–1900
43 Stiefelmeyer-Allred House February 27, 1978 Cullman Circa 1886
44 Stiefelmeyer Home April 14, 1978 Cullman Circa 1880
45 Stiefelmeyer's, Inc. January 19, 1978 Cullman 1892 NRHP
46 Vogel-Peinhardt House July 7, 1980 Cullman Circa 1929
47 Wagner-Abbott House February 4, 2000 Cullman 1889
48 Weiss House January 25, 1977 Cullman Circa 1873

Dale County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Joseph E. Acker House September 29, 2005 Ozark Circa 1920
2 Ariton Universalist Church March 23, 1990 Ariton Circa 1913
3 Clopton United Methodist Church and Cemetery September 28, 2000 Clopton 1924
4 Eagle Stadium March 29, 2012 Ozark Circa 1946
5 Kolb-Chesser Home (Leonidas William Kolb House) April 14, 1978 Ozark Circa 1908
6 Mack M. Matthews School (Pinckard Colored School; South Dale Jr. High School) August 25, 2011 Circa 1961
7 Ozark Racetrack May 8, 1975 Ozark Circa 1893–1908
8 Pleasant Grove Primitive Baptist Church June 19, 1997 Ozark Circa 1841
9 Spring Hill Methodist Church August 13, 1987 Ozark vicinity Circa 1876
10 Veterans Memorial Bridge May 17, 1977 Pea River Circa 1921

Dallas County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Alabama Baptist Normal and Theological School June 19, 1997 Selma Circa 1878–1948
2 Bailey-Mayo Store November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
3 Bakke Hall and the Dormitory, Alabama Lutheran Academy June 19, 1997 Selma Circa 1928
4 Beloit Industrial Institute (Dallas County Training School) August 6, 1993 Beloit 1929–30
5 Belvoir (Saffold Plantation) November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
6 Belvoir Superintendent's House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
7 Boguechitto Institute March 29, 2012 Marion Junction Circa 1955
8 Boynton Residence September 25, 2008 Selma
9 J.R. Bragg House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
10 Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church June 16, 1976 Selma Circa 1906 NHL
11 Browning House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
12 Butler-Rives House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
13 Cedar Acres (Maxwell-Carter House) November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
14 Cedar Creek Bridge November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
15 Civil War Underwater Site March 29, 2012 Alabama River Circa 1861–1865
16 Dunaway Meyer House April 14, 1978 Orrville 1895
17 Eden July 21, 1978 Richmond vicinity Circa 1840
18 Everdale Baptist Church September 28, 2004 Burnsville 1925
19 Fuller Home (The Homestead) October 19, 1979 Selma Circa 1898–1913
20 Girl Scout Hut February 27, 1978 Selma Circa 1929
21 Good Hope Baptist Church February 6, 1998 Browns 1905
22 Green Street Baptist Church March 13, 1996 Selma 1892
23 Green Underwood House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
24 W.C. Harrell Store November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
25 House at 601 Washington Street  (Plattenburg-Kirkpatrick House) March 22, 1991 Selma 1855 NRHP
26 Howorth Home January 14, 1980 Selma Circa 1928
27 Hurricane Creek Bridge November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
28 Jackson Home June 21, 2012 Selma Circa 1910
29 Kenan's Mill April 28, 1978 Selma vicinity Circa 1835
30 Martin Luther King Jr. Street Church of God July 7, 1980 Selma Circa 1900
31 Frank Lewis House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
32 Live Oak Cemetery March 25, 1976 Selma Earliest 1828
33 Magnolias (Crumpton House) November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
34 Maxwell-Fail House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
35 McMillan-Oxford Home October 7, 1998 Orrville vicinity Circa 1858
36 Old Methodist Church November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
37 Pleasant Hill Baptist Church November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
38 Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill 1851–1852 NRHP
39 Prosperity CME Church September 27, 2007 Orrville vicinity 1913
40 Providence School April 1, 2010 Orrville Circa 1920
41 R.B. Hudson High School June 20, 2013 Selma Circa 1949
42 Saffold-Middleton-Moore House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
43 Sinclair-Harrell House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
44 Stoutenborough Hall (Anthony Stoutenborough House) July 18, 1989 Richmond vicinity Circa 1850
45 Street Manual Training School March 12, 1997 Richmond vicinity 1904–1947 NRHP
46 Tabernacle Baptist Church June 19, 1996 Selma 1922
47 Ulmer House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
48 United Methodist Children's Home (Selma Military Institute) July 7, 1980 Selma Circa 1906
49 Vasser-Ellis House November 2, 1990 Pleasant Hill
50 Ward Chapel AME Church August 5, 2010 Selma 1949
51 Watson House May 28, 2009 Orrville Circa 1915
52 George and Jewell Wilson Building January 22, 2009 Selma

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "The Alabama Register of Landmarks & Heritage". preserveala.org. Alabama Historical Commission. June 13, 2014. Archived from the original on August 17, 2014. Retrieved August 17, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c "Chapter 460-X-3: Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage". Administrative Code of Alabama. State of Alabama. September 22, 1982. Retrieved January 15, 2009. 
  3. ^ "Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage". Alabama Historical Commission. Retrieved January 15, 2009. 
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. July 9, 2010. Retrieved April 5, 2014. 

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