Autauga County (1)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Autauga County was created on 1818.

The county seat is in Prattville, AL.,
and the county is 594 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  FIPS Code: 01001

  Information about Autauga County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Autauga County.

 

There are 30 Historic Markers in Autauga County.

A County Older Than the State - Autauga County   -   AHA 
  Autauga County Couthouse,W. 4th Street, Prattville, AL WMD205      

Albert J. Pickett (1810-1858)   -   AHA 
  2902 AL Hwy 14 west of Autaugaville, AL WMENDD      

Alibamo Indians   -   AHA 
        

Autauga Creek   -   ABT 
  Next to a sidewalk along the river behind some shops on West Main Street, Prattville, AL WMDZW1      

Autaugaville   -    
  Intersection of S Autaugaville St and Academy St, Autaugaville, Alabama WMEM10      

British West Florida, 1764-83   -   AHA 
  Ala. Hwy 14      

Buena Vista Montgomery-Janes-Wittaker Home (circa 1830) Daniel Pratt Cemetery   -   AHA 
  County Road 4 between AL 14 and US Hwy 31/82 south of Prattville, AL WMJQFJ      

Daniel Pratt Cemetery / George Cooke   -   AHA 
  Off Gin Shop Hill Road on the hill overlooking the old mill. WMFYT8      

Daniel Pratt/First United Methodist Church   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of East 4th Street and South Chestnut Street, Prattville, AL      

Doster Road Artesian Well House   -   AHA 
  Doster Road at Mobile Street south of downtown Prattville, AL WMJQFN      

First Presbyterian Church of Prattville, Alabama   -    
  211 South Chestnut Street, Prattville, AL      

Happy Hollow   -   AHA 
  on E 6th St near Warren Cir., Prattville, AL WMJQFW      

Heritage Park Foscue House   -    
  at the intersection of South Court Street and West Main Street, Prattville, Alabama WMDEFR      

Indian Springs Post Office   -   AHA 
  879 Doster Road south of downtown Prattville, AL WMJQFZ      

Line 32° 28' North Latitude   -   AHA 
  U.S. Hwy 82 near Booth      

Milton   -   AHC 
        

Mulbry Grove Cottage McWilliams-Smith-Rice House   -   AHA 
  102 Main Street, Prattville, AL WMD48G      

Old Autauga County Courthouse-1870 /Old Plank Road Circa 1840's Pratt Gin Factory   -   AHA 
  Court Street at 3rd Street, Prattville, AL WMJQFT      

Old Kingston Historical Cemetery   -    
  County Road 21, George Rucker Dr., Prattville, AL      

Old Plank Road-Circa 1840's   -   AHA 
  Maple Street at Fletcher Street in Prattville, AL WMDZW0      

Pratt Gin Factory   -   AHA 
  U.S. Hwy 31 at Prattmont WMFZWY      

Pratt Homesite -Circa 1842   -   AHA 
  Bridge Street at Gin Shop Hill Road, Prattville, AL WMFYMJ      

Prattville Male and Female Academy Site / Sidney Lanier   -   AHA 
  Wetumpka Street near Washington Street in Prattville, AL WMFWQD      

Saint Mark's Episcopal Church   -    
  E 4th Street at S Washington St., Prattville, AL WMCXB2      

Sidney Lanier Musician - Poet - Patriot - Seer   -   UDC 
  216 Wetumpka Street, Prattville, AL      

Sidney Lanier ~ 1842-1881   -   AHA 
  On Wetumpha St, east of Washington St, Prattville, Alabama WMFZAT      

The Prattville Dragoons   -    
  on S. Washington St at E 4th St., Prattville, Alabama WMD6MW      

Thomas Hill House   -   AHA 
        

Union Baptist Meeting House   -   AHA 
  879 Doster Road south of downtown Prattville, AL.      

Wilson Pickett, Jr. March 18, 1941 - January 19, 2006   -   AHA 
  342 Chestnut Street in Prattville, AL WMDZVV      

 

M  - The marker is missing.
R  - The marker has been removed.

 

Other Autauga County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History
Autauga County Heritage Association
Autauga Genealogical Society Inc.