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Kymulga Grist Mill & Covered Bridge

The building is three stories high on the front and four on the back. One beam runs the full length of the mill and is 10″ x 10″ and is hewn of one solid log. It was hand planed. One beam on the second story is not quite as big, but also runs the length […]

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Hobson City Marker

Hobson City, Alabama

Hobson City was established on August 16, 1899 and is the oldest incorporated African American Cities in the State of Alabama and the third oldest incorporated African American city in the United States.   There are less than 25 remaining African American cities in the United States. The area we now know as Hobson City was […]

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Janney Furnace Civil War Reenactment

The Civil War era furnace constructed in 1863 using 200 slaves as a labor was burned by Union soldiers destroying the shacks that had been erected for the works and damaging a portion of the brick chimneys that capped the stone structure. However, the stone furnace remains standing today. 145 Janney Road Ocatchee, Alabama 36271 […]

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Classic on Noble

We are Anniston, Alabama’s fine dining tradition and also a destination restaurant for many out of towners. We have many regular customers who are local and many who drive from Birmingham, Gadsden, Atlanta, and places in between who enjoy our food, drink, service, and atmosphere. Join us at the beautiful downtown Anniston buiding we’ve renovated […]

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The West Point Depot and Museum

The West Point Depot and Museum is the historic site for transfer of freight between Montgomery and Atlanta in the late 1800s. Because Georgia and Alabama had different gauge railroad tracks, it was necessary for all trains traveling between the two states to stop in West Point, located at the state line. Thus established the […]

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