Keel Mountain (Alabama)
|Elevation||1,204 ft (367 m) |
|Location||Madison / Jackson counties, Alabama, US|
|Topo map||USGS Grant|
Keel Mountain is a mesa in Madison and Jackson Counties in Alabama. It is associated with the Cumberland Plateau, which it is separated from by the valley of the Paint Rock River. It is named for early pioneers Jesse and Priscilla (Whitaker) Keel, who settled here from North Carolina prior to 1810.
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