Properties on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage by county (Pickens–Winston)

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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 Pickens County through Winston 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 1495 properties and districts listed on the Alabama Register.[1] Of these, approximately 197 are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) and 5 are designated as National Historic Landmarks (NHL).[4]


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

Pickens County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Parks E. Ball Plantation October 19, 1979 Aliceville c. 1826
2 Beard-McShan House (Melrose Plantation) October 19, 1979 Reform vicinity 1840
3 First Presbyterian Church September 25, 2008 Aliceville c.
4 Going-Craft House October 17, 1991 Gordo vicinity c. 1829
5 Ingleside Plantation January 24, 2008 Aliceville 1849
6 Mancel-Gentry House (The White House) February 20, 1986 Aliceville c. 1913
7 Merchants and Farmers Bank Building April 14, 1982 Aliceville 1911
8 John Turner Milner Bridge November 5, 1976 Tombigbee River 1927
9 Pickens County Courthouse July 23, 1976 Carrollton 1877 NRHP
10 Pickensville Methodist Church June 9, 1977 Pickensville 1842
11 Pickensville Rosenwald School December 16, 2010 Pickensville c. 1925–1926
12 Pilgrim's Rest Primitive Baptist Church October 1, 1982 Carrollton 1882
13 James M. Summerville House (Plantation House) August 22, 1985 Aliceville 1903–05

Pike County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Academy Street High School March 29, 2012 Troy c. 1948
2 Allred House August 25, 2011 Troy c. 1840s
3 Bashinsky-Crow-Poole House (The Crow House) April 11, 1984 Troy 1919–20
4 Carroll Street Memorial Cemetery September 28, 2000 Troy
5 Connor-Chapman House August 25, 2011 Troy c. 1878
6 First United Methodist Church June 30, 1995 Troy 1904
7 Good Hope Baptist Church and Cemetery August 4, 1978 Troy 1940s
8 Johnston Mill August 25, 2011 Brundidge c. 1928–30
9 Lightfoot House August 6, 1993 Brundidge 1897
10 Little Oak United Methodist Church August 18, 1983 Troy vicinity 1908
11 M. K. Paul Store (Shaver Store) August 25, 2011 Pine Level c. 1860
12 Pike Pioneer Museum November 6, 1975 Troy 1970s
13 St. Martin's Catholic Church August 25, 2011 Troy c. 1915
14 Troy Downtown Commercial Historic District February 21, 2013 Troy Mid 1800s–1950
15 Troy High School (Demolished, 2010) November 30, 1977 Troy 1919 NRHP
16 Tuskegee Army Air Field Hangar at Troy Municipal Airport August 10, 2017 Troy c. 1942
17 Union Springs Primitive Baptist Church and Cemeteries October 1, 1997 Brundidge vicinity 1880s

Randolph County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Gay Craft House November 13, 1978 Wadley c. 1840
2 Lebanon Christian Church and Cemetery March 30, 1989 Roanoke c. 1880
3 Old Riley Family Homestead (Esters Family Home) June 18, 2015 Roanoke 1837
4 Perry House September 4, 1975 Wedowee 1837

Russell County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Blessed Trinity Shrine February 19, 1976 Holy Trinity 1895
2 Cedar Heights Plantation October 19, 1979 Pittsview vicinity 1837 NRHP
3 Cliatt Plantation June 16, 1978 Jernigan 1865
4 Confederate Breastworks (Fort No. 5) August 20, 1975 Phenix City 1863–64 NRHP
5 Crowell-Whitaker-Howard Log Cabin January 31, 1978 Fort Mitchell c. 1838
6 Davis House February 3, 1983 Phenix City c. 1880–90
7 Greenwood Plantation (Samuel R. Pitts House) August 16, 1991 Pittsview 1846 NRHP
8 Kearney House February 3, 1983 Phenix City 1890
9 Morgan-Curtis House (Morgan Sanitorium) October 19, 1979 Phenix City 1904, 1914 NRHP
10 Phenix City Elementary School February 20, 2014 Phenix City c. 1906
11 South Girard High School February 21, 2013 Phenix City c. 1961
12 Southern Railway Depot Building (Demolished) February 4, 1981 Hurtsboro 1884
13 Trinity United Methodist Church February 3, 1983 Phenix City 1872
14 Tuckabatchie Masonic Lodge No. 96 July 6, 1978 Crawford 1948
15 Augustus Benning Walker House July 22, 1991 Hatchechubbee c. 1892
16 Williams-Holland House January 14, 1980 Phenix City 1884
17 Zadie Young Cottage October 31, 2013 Phenix City c. 1910

St. Clair County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Acmar Civic Center November 9, 2017 Acmar c. 1905
2 Adams House June 25, 2002 Moody vicinity c. 1926
3 John Ash House November 2, 1990 Ashville c. 1820 NRHP
4 Ashville Masonic Lodge August 3, 1990 Ashville 1853–58
5 Bothwell-Embry House October 19, 1979 Ashville 1835 NRHP
6 Leroy Box House June 30, 1995 Ashville 1896
7 Cason-Tipton House October 1, 1997 Ashville c. 1873
8 James Forman House August 3, 1990 Odenville vicinity c. 1850
9 Harkey's Chapel Methodist Church July 21, 1978 Ragland vicinity 1903–04
10 Mays Bend Family Cemetery June 30, 1995 Pell City vicinity 1837
11 Merry Oakes Inn (Dr. J. T. Brown Home) May 21, 1981 Riverside 1872
12 Montgomery-Ritchie House (Judge Elisha Robinson House) November 4, 1987 Ashville 1890 NRHP
13 Newton Homestead November 2, 1990 Ashville c. 1817 NRHP
14 O'Donnell's Mill (Gibson's Mill) November 13, 1978 Ashville vicinity c. 1840
15 Reeves Grove Baptist Church & Cemetery March 29, 2018 Steele c. 1872
16 Riser House (Evans-Eatman House) March 5, 1976 Pell City 1890
17 Shanks House December 16, 2010 Ashville c. 1930
18 Springville Historic District March 8, 1994 Springville 1873–1980s
19 Steele Cemetery July 21, 1978 Steele 1880
20 Union United Methodist Church July 21, 1978 Steele vicinity 1921

Shelby County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 1854 Shelby County Courthouse January 25, 2011 Columbiana 1854 NRHP
2 Archer House July 21, 1978 Westover 1880s, 1910
3 Arkwright Baptist Church May 19, 2011 Arkwright c. 1917, 1957, 1966
4 Arkwright Heritage Area August 25, 2011 Arkwright Prehistory–1940s
5 Bel May Farm April 11, 1984 Montevallo c. 1869
6 The Brick House February 19, 1988 Shelby
7 Buck Creek District July 5, 1978 Helena c. 1865
8 Buck Creek Jail & Water Tower March 29, 2018 Alabaster c. 1916
9 Calera Downtown Historic District June 24, 2004 Calera 1884–1964 NRHP
10 Calera Presbyterian Church March 12, 1997 Calera 1885
11 Carter Residence (The Bowden Home) March 29, 1977 Calera 1915
12 Chancellor House November 26, 1978 Harpersville 1935
13 Cowart Drug Store February 15, 1977 Calera c. 1885
14 Cunningham-Stamps House January 31, 1979 Montevallo vicinity c. 1828
15 John E. Densler House September 28, 2000 Wilsonville 1879
16 Don H. Loveday Memorial Bridge August 5, 2010 Montevallo 1932–1936
17 Ebenezer Church July 21, 1978 Montevallo vicinity 1891
18 Falkner School March 21, 1978 Vandiver c. 1850
19 Farrington Hall January 24, 2008 Montevallo c. 1908
20 Frost-Sorrell Log House (Crowson-Ward House) March 29, 1977 Montevallo c. 1820
21 Harpersville Heritage Area January 22, 2009 Harpersville
22 Harrison House April 11, 1978 Montevallo 1887
23 Jackson's Fourmile Farm April 1, 2010 Fourmile c. 1850
24 Jones-Bailey Cemetery November 13, 1978 Dargin 1860
25 Klein-Wallace Home January 18, 1978 Harpersville 1841
26 Lesters Chapel United Methodist Church December 16, 2010 Columbiana c. 1950
27 McClellan House (Indian Springs Village Town Hall) October 31, 2013 Indian Springs Village c. 1920s
28 McGaughy Farms February 15, 1977 Montevallo 1840–45
29 McKibbon House July 21, 1978 Montevallo 1884 NRHP
30 Meredith-McLaughlin House (McLaughlin Farm) October 4, 1978 Maylene c. 1820
31 Mt. Calvary Baptist Church April 16, 1985 Chelsea 1905
32 Montevallo Coal Mine Company Store August 5, 2010 Aldrich 1928
33 Old Shelby Hotel September 14, 1977 Shelby 1900
34 People's Hotel (Demolished) March 25, 1976 Calera 1909
35 Perry Hall (Shoal Creek Farm) September 17, 1976 Montevallo 1834
36 Railey House November 26, 1978 Vincent 1890
37 Rock House (Eastis House) December 4, 1992 Harpersville c. 1835 NRHP
38 Scott-Bradford Home January 18, 1978 Harpersville vicinity 1824, 1830s
39 Shoal Creek Mill Dam Site May 22, 2008 Montevallo c. 1890s
40 Vincent Gin January 22, 2009 Vincent
41 Weldon General Store December 1, 2016 Chelsea c. 1921
42 Wilson-Albright Log Cabin February 6, 1978 Montevallo c. 1820
43 Wilson-Lathem-Taff House February 28, 1979 Montevallo c. 1880
44 Woods-Cleveland-Cooling House November 16, 1978 Wilton c. 1845

Sumter County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Bethel Chapel and Cemetery March 24, 2005 Sumterville vicinity Chapel 1908,
Cemetery 1839
2 Branch-Stuart Home March 29, 1977 Livingston 1903
3 Farview March 25, 2004 Sumterville vicinity c. 1837
4 Gainesville Historic District March 25, 1976 Gainesville Early 19th century NRHP
5 Geiger School May 10, 2000 Geiger 1911–12
6 Hawkins House June 25, 1981 Epes 1848
7 Inge-Moon House February 19, 1988 Livingston c. 1834
8 Lakewood February 12, 2015 Livingston c. 1840–1930s
9 Oakhurst January 14, 1980 Emelle Early 1850s NRHP
10 St. James Episcopal Church April 11, 1984 Livingston c. 1840
11 Twin Magnolias March 12, 1997 Coatopa c. 1860
12 Voss-Pate House April 11, 1984 Livingston c. 1850
13 Ward-Ganguet-Gray House November 17, 1995 Cuba 1860–70 NRHP

Talladega County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Alpine Baptist Church March 29, 2018 Alpine c. 1871
2 Bemiston Mill Village December 1, 2008 Talladega 1927
3 Brown House March 24, 2005 Talladega c. 1924
4 Butler-Harris-Rainwater House June 23, 1994 Childersburg c. 1890s NRHP
5 DeForest Chapel June 9, 1977 Talladega 1904
6 DeSoto Caverns July 19, 1976 Childersburg Prehistoric
7 W.C. Dowdell House (Boxwood) October 22, 1982 Talladega 1854 NRHP
8 East Highland High School September 27, 2007 Sylacauga vicinity c. 1952
9 Fairfax Station November 17, 1995 Alpine vicinity 1850
10 Fort Williams Cemetery May 12, 1976 Fayetteville vicinity 1813
11 Birdie Guy House January 14, 1980 Sylacauga Late 19th century
12 Hendrick House February 28, 1979 Talladega vicinity 1835–40
13 Hightower Brothers Livery Stable November 13, 1996 Sylacauga 1914–46 NRHP
14 Idlewild March 19, 1993 Talladega vicinity c. 1843 NRHP
15 Jemison-Turner House December 15, 1989 Eastaboga vicinity 1836–37 NRHP
16 Lanning-Livingston Home November 14, 1980 Sylacauga 1901
17 Lawler-Whiting House (Orangevale) October 8, 1981 Talladega vicinity 1852–54 NRHP
18 Marble City Cemetery November 17, 1995 Sylacauga 1898
19 Merkl House June 24, 2004 Lincoln 1889–1940
20 Mt. Canaan Baptist Church April 11, 1984 Talladega
21 Munford High School September 26, 2007 Munford c. 1910
22 Ogletree House March 22, 1991 Eastaboga vicinity c. 1845
23 Old Town Lincoln Commercial Historic District March 7, 2002 Lincoln 1883–1959
24 Old Munford High School September 26, 2007 Munford
25 Ophelia S. Hill School September 29, 2005 Munford c. 1919
26 Porch-Drake House February 6, 1978 Sylacauga 1914–15
27 Robinson House (Baker House) August 6, 1976 Childersburg vicinity c. 1885
28 St. Peter's Episcopal Church July 7, 1980 Talladega 1927
29 Smith House (Towassa) February 6, 1998 Sylacauga 1909
30 Strozier Building September 20, 2006 Childersburg c. 1890
31 Sylacauga Cemetery September 15, 1975 Sylacauga 1832–1900
32 Talladega Public Library June 10, 1976 Talladega 1908
33 Tallasahatchie First Baptist Church and Cemetery October 9, 2014 Alpine c. 1838
34 The Cedars Plantation August 5, 2010 Munford 1838
35 The Community House August 5, 2010 Talladega 1926
36 The Oaks (Burns Home) October 1, 1997 Lincoln 1898, 1906
37 Truss-Law-Watson House September 26, 2003 Lincoln c. 1853
38 Valley Head United Methodist Church September 26, 2007 Munford
39 Wallis House January 31, 1978 Talladega vicinity 1832
40 Westview Cemetery (Needmore Cemetery) August 19, 1981 Talladega 1890
41 Wren Manor February 21, 2013 Talladega c. 1934

Tallapoosa County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Browning House February 27, 1978 Dadeville 1850s
2 Coley-Joiner House March 30, 1989 Alexander City c. 1895 NRHP
3 Dadeville Historic District June 21, 2012 Dadeville c. 1850–1972
4 Dillard's Cemetery March 13, 1996 Hackneyville 1860
5 First Universalist Church of Camp Hill March 13, 1996 Camp Hill 1907
6 Martin Dam (Shared with Elmore County) January 5, 1976 Tallapoosa River
7 McClendon-Mayfield House July 29, 1977 Kellyton 1851
8 Old Elkahatchee Creek Bridge September 26, 2003 Alexander City vicinity 1931
9 Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church June 20, 1978 Dadeville vicinity 1882
10 Smith Mountain Fire Tower November 15, 2012 Dadeville c. 1939
11 Tallapoosa Hall at Lyman Ward Military Academy January 24, 2008 Camp Hill
12 Tallassee Mills January 18, 1978 Tallassee vicinity 1841
13 Fred Walker Young House March 8, 1994 Alexander City 1900

Tuscaloosa County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 2600 Block of Old Broad Street (University Boulevard) June 20, 2013 Tuscaloosa 1890s–1940s
2 Alabama Book Store (University of Alabama) September 25, 2008 Tuscaloosa
3 Alabama Great Southern Railroad Station October 19, 1979 Tuscaloosa 1911
4 Audubon Place Historic District November 24, 1982 Tuscaloosa 1912 NRHP
5 Bama Theatre (City Hall) June 30, 1983 Tuscaloosa 1938 NRHP
6 Big Creek Cemetery and Church Site November 17, 1995 Coker vicinity 1833
7 Brown House July 31, 1975 Tuscaloosa 1870
8 Bucksville Cemetery September 30, 1999 McCalla vicinity 1832
9 Caplewood Drive Historic District April 11, 1984 Tuscaloosa NRHP
10 Christ Episcopal Church July 28, 1975 Tuscaloosa c. 1830
11 Clements House (Isaac Lee Home-Old Buckhouse Place) July 28, 1975 Northport 1850s
12 College Park Historic District April 14, 1992 Tuscaloosa
13 Dearing Place Historic District April 14, 1992 Tuscaloosa
14 Dorroh House (Jim Winn Place) July 28, 1975 Romulus vicinity c. 1830
15 Drish House (Drish Mansion) July 31, 1975 Tuscaloosa 1837
16 Eighth Street Historic District July 22, 1991 Tuscaloosa 1910–37
17 Espy Bridge (North River Bridge) September 28, 204 Tuscaloosa c. 1896
18 First Baptist Church August 6, 1993 Northport 1913
19 Alston Fitts House April 14, 1992 Tuscaloosa
20 Greenwood Cemetery July 26, 1983 Tuscaloosa 1821
21 Anthony Hughes House (James Hughes Farm) April 18, 2008 Buhl
22 Hunter Chapel AME Zion Church August 5, 2010 Tuscaloosa 1910
23 Jemison-Borghese House July 31, 1975 Tuscaloosa 1860–62 NRHP
24 Kennedy-Foster House July 31, 1975 Tuscaloosa 1870
25 Kilgore House February 19, 1988 Tuscaloosa 1869
26 Martin-Gulliver House June 19, 1996 Tuscaloosa 1940
27 Maxwell-Peters House July 31, 1975 Northport 1865–70
28 Maxwell-Richardson-Hellums House July 28, 1975 Tuscaloosa 1906
29 Will Murphy House (Murphy-Collins House) April 14, 1992 Tuscaloosa c. 1923 NRHP
30 North River Hunt Club October 12, 1976 Tuscaloosa vicinity 1970s
31 Oakwood Court Historic District September 25, 2005 Tuscaloosa c. 1910–45
32 Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity House June 1, 1982 Tuscaloosa 1931, 1936
33 Pinehurst Historic District April 11, 1984 Tuscaloosa 1908–35 NRHP
34 Saint John The Baptist Catholic Church June 12, 1975 Tuscaloosa 1846
35 Searcy House (Old Library) July 28, 1975 Tuscaloosa 1904 NRHP
36 Seventh Street District October 28, 1985 Tuscaloosa Early 20th century
37 Shirley Bridge February 15, 1977 Sipsey River 1882, 1922
38 Smelson House July 31, 1975 Tuscaloosa c. 1830
39 Stillman College Campus Historic District June 23, 2016 Tuscaloosa c. 1922–1976
40 Thirteenth Street Residential Historic District May 19, 1999 Tuscaloosa
41 Tuscaloosa City Hall (Old Post Office) September 15, 1975 Tuscaloosa 1910
42 Union Chapel United Methodist Church & Cemetery August 25, 2011 c. 1962
43 University Circle June 24, 2004 Tuscaloosa 1936–45
44 V.F.W. Club July 31, 1975 Tuscaloosa 1835
45 Warren House July 6, 1976 Samantha c. 1820
46 Watson-Jones House (The "Salt House") July 31, 1975 Northport vicinity 1831–45
47 White-Sullivan Log Cabin August 3, 1990 Elrod Mid 1840s
48 Winn-Rice House August 13, 1987 Northport c. 1840, 1985

Walker County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Alabama Mining Museum August 18, 1983 Dora Early 1930s
2 William C. Bankhead Home February 21, 2013 Jasper c. 1924
3 Confederate Monument May 19, 1999 Jasper 1907
4 William Cook House March 23, 1990 Nauvoo c. 1900
5 Davis Cemetery November 13, 1996 Dora 1847
6 William C. Davis House September 29, 2005 Jasper c. 1902
7 Carl Elliott House January 24, 2008 Jasper c. 1913–64
8 First United Methodist Church January 31, 1983 Jasper 1914 NRHP
9 Fite-Taylor House June 22, 1981 Jasper 1912
10 Harbin Hotel August 3, 1990 Nauvoo 1923
11 Dr. C.B. Jackson House August 6, 1993 Dora 1902
12 Jasper Community Hospital (Walker County Hospital) September 6, 1984 Jasper 1923 NRHP
13 Dr. Stephenson House January 27, 1976 Oakman c. 1890
14 Tubbs Cemetery December 4, 1992 Oakman vicinity 1840
15 Wyatt School at the Alabama Mining Museum June 12, 2014 Dora 1926

Washington County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Calvert United Methodist Church & Cemetery December 16, 2010 Calvert c. 1889
2 Garris Hill May 19, 1998 Leroy 1904, 1920
3 St. Stephens Methodist Church March 25, 1976 St. Stephens c. 1857
4 St. Stephens Masonic Lodge October 11, 1978 St. Stephens 1853 NRHP
5 Gibeon Jefferson Sullivan Cabin August 5, 2010 Wagarville vicinity 1874
6 Taylor House (Washington County State Bank) April 16, 1985 Leroy 1843
7 Washington Baptist Church & Cemetery December 16, 2010 Wagarville c. 1916
8 Williams-Turner House July 7, 1980 Sunflower 1871

Wilcox County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Ackerville Baptist Church July 22, 1991 Ackerville 1848 NRHP
2 Antioch Baptist Church November 13, 1996 Camden 1870, 1924
3 Beck-Creswell House November 13, 1996 Camden 1855
4 Beck-Darwin House October 19, 1979 Camden vicinity 1845 NRHP
5 Camden African American Historic District June 14, 2018 Camden c. 1900–1971
6 Cathcart House March 23, 1990 Alberta c. 1840s
7 Cedarcrest April 21, 1981 Oak Hill 1840–46
8 Cook Hill October 19, 1979 Camden vicinity c. 1839
9 Creagh-Glover Family Cemetery March 22, 1991 Catherine vicinity 1826
10 Dulaney AME Church and Cemetery April 18 Camden vicinity c. 1914
11 Gee's Bend Farms Community School March 30, 1989 Gee's Bend 1937
12 Griffin House July 21, 1978 Arlington c. 1838
13 Hawthorne House November 9, 1992 Pine Apple 1854 NRHP
14 Hope Well Church May 19, 1999 Furman 1864
15 William S. Irby, Sr., House December 4, 1992 Lower Peach Tree 1900
16 Kaster House (Demolished) November 6, 1980 Camden c. 1860
17 Moore Academy School June 30, 1995 Pine Apple 1920
18 Bessie Munden Park August 25, 2011 Camden c. 1949
19 Prairie Mission School July 22, 1991 Catherine vicinity c. 1894 NRHP
20 Primm-Rouse-Dunnam House October 17, 1980 Camden c. 1906
21 Reeves Chapel Methodist Church and Cemetery July 7, 1980 Camden vicinity c. 1900
22 Snow Hill Institute July 14, 1981 Snow Hill 1893–1925 NRHP
23 Stanford House September 28, 2004 Pine Apple c. 1870
24 Sterrett House April 14, 1992 Camden 1851
25 White Columns (Tait-Starr Plantation) March 25, 1976 Camden vicinity 1860

Winston County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Feldman Department Store September 28, 2004 Haleyville 1914
2 Ingle-Blake House (Demolished 1982) February 6, 1981 Double Springs 1886
3 Looney's Tavern Site September 17, 1976 Addison vicinity 1861
4 Palmer-Feldman House September 20, 2006 Haleyville c. 1902

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "The Alabama Register of Landmarks & Heritage" (PDF). preserveala.org. Alabama Historical Commission. August 20, 2018. Archived (PDF) from the original on October 9, 2010. Retrieved October 8, 2018.
  2. ^ a b c "Chapter 460-X-3: Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage". Administrative Code of Alabama. State of Alabama. September 22, 1982. Archived from the original on October 10, 2006. 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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