Dallas County (24)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Dallas County was created on 1818.

The county seat is in Selma, AL.,
and the county is 979 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  FIPS Code: 01047

  Information about Dallas County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Dallas County.

 

There are 80 Historic Markers in Dallas County.

'Bloody Sunday' Attack at Edmund Pettus Bridge / U.S. Congress Approves Voting Rights Act of 1965   -   ABT 
  1112 Water Avenue, Selma, AL WMNMA9      

A Prison Chimney?   -    
  Marker can be reached from Capitol Avenue near Vine Street, Cahaba, Alabama      

Arsenal Anvil   -    
  at the intersection of Sylvan Street and Water Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

Arsenal Place 1862 CSA 1865   -   UDC 
  at the intersection of Arsenal Place and Church Street, Selma, Alabama      

Battle of Selma   -   AHA 
        

Beloit Industrial Institute   -   AHC 
  on Alabama Highway 22 West, Beloit, Alabama      

British West Florida, 1764-83   -   AHA 
  on State Highway 22, Selma, Alabama WMGWA9      

Burning of Downtown / St. Paul's Episcopal Church   -    
  of Lauderdale St and Alabama Ave, Selma, AL WMNT89      

Cahaba   -   AHC 
        

Cahaba Drug Store   -   AHC 
  on Vine Street near 2nd Street North, Cahaba, Alabama      

Cahaba First State Capital 1818-1826   -    
  on Capitol Avenue near Vine Street, in the median, Cahaba, Alabama      

Cahawba   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of State Road 22 and County Route 9, Marion Junction, AL      

Castle Morgan & Jesse H   -    
  In a park area at the end of Capitol Avenue near Vine Avenue, Cahaba, Alabama      

Childers Chapel   -   AHA 
  on County Road 37 north of County Road 65, Valley Grande, Alabama WMNCC7      

Civil War Prison   -    
  In a park area at the end of Capitol Avenue near Vine Avenue, Cahaba, Alabama      

Commissary - R.R. Depot   -   AHC 
  on Vine Street, Cahaba, Alabama      

Craig Air Force Base / Advanced Flying Training School   -    
  at the intersection of 5th Street and Avenue B, Selma, AL      

Crocheron's Row   -   AHC 
  2nd Street North near Vine Street, Cahaba, Alabama      

Dallas County Courthouse   -   AHC 
  on Vine Street, Cahaba, Alabama      

Defense of Selma Memorial   -   UDC 
  at the intersection of Range Street and 4th Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

Ecor Bienville 1702-1743 — The first recorded name of Selma —   -    
  at the intersection of Water Avenue and Lauderdale Street, Selma, Alabama      

Edmund Winston Pettus--House Site   -   AHA 
  on Alabama Avenue east of Mabry Street, Selma, Alabama      

Fairoaks (Henderson House)   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Union Street and Furniss Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

Fairoaks Square   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Union Street and McLeod Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

Highlights of Selma History / William Rufus DeVane King 1786-1853   -   AHC 
  is on Broad Street (U.S. 80), Selma, Alabama WMH4VX      

I Had A Dream Dr. Martin L. King Jr.   -    
  on Martin Luther King Street north of Selma Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

In Honor of James Joseph Reeb 1927-1965 — “This Good Man” —   -    
  intersection of Martin Luther King Street and Water Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

Interior Redoubt No. III - Wilson's Cavalry Charge   -    
  at the intersection of Lapsley Road and Buckeye Avenue, Selma, A WMNM9V      

Joe T. Pilcher, Jr. / 1929 - 1987   -    
  at the intersection of 5th Street and Avenue B, Selma, AL      

John Tillman Melvin United States Navy R.F.   -    
  at the intersection of Lauderdale Street and Alabama Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

John Tyler Morgan House   -   AHC 
  on Tremont Street, Selma, Alabama      

Joseph T. Smitherman Historic Building   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Union Street and Alabama Avenue on Union Street, Selma, Alabama      

Kirk-View Farm   -   AHC 
  on Oak Street (County Road 155), Cahaba, Alabama      

Last Stronghold Falls Alabama & Mississippi Railroad Depot   -    
  intersection of Broad St. (Bus U.S. 80) and Voeglin Ave, Selma, AL WMNT8J      

Lee - Bender - Butler House   -    
  at the intersection of Church Street and Parkman Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

Live Oak Cemetery   -   AHA 
  on Kings Street south of Dallas Avenue (State Highway 22), Selma, Alabama WMH5QB      

Mabry-Jones Home   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Tremont Street and McLeod Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

Major Hiram Solon Hanchett 16th Illinois Cavalry - U.S. Volunteers   -    
  In a park area at the end of Capitol Avenue near Vine Avenue, Cahaba, Alabama      

Mount Carmel Church   -   AHA 
  3098 Dallas County 12, Sardis, AL WMM724      

New Cemetery   -    
  on Oak Street, Cahaba, Alabama      

Obverse: William Rufus Davane King 1786-1855 Vice President of the United States   -   AHC 
  222 Broad Street, Selma, AL      

Old Cemetery   -    
  can be reached from Cahaba Road, Cahaba, Alabama      

Orrville United Methodist Church   -    
  on Mill Street South, Orrville, Alabama      

Perine Well   -    
  on 6th South Street, Cahaba, Alabama      

Prosperity Cemetery   -   AHA 
        

R.B. Hudson High School - Dallas County   -    
  intersection of Summerfield Road and 1st Ave, Selma, AL WMNT80      

Redoubt No. 15 - 1st Mississippi Cavalry   -    
  at the intersection of Summerfield Road and Battery Ave, Selma, AL WMNM9G      

Redoubt No. 24   -    
  at the intersection of Satterfield St and Riverview Ave, Selma, AL WMM6K8      

Reverse: Highlights of Selma History   -   AHC 
  222 Broad Street, Selma, AL      

Saltmarsh Hall   -   AHC 
  on 1st Street North, Cahaba, Alabama      

Selma Army Arsenal (1862~1865)   -    
  intersection of Church St and Arsenal Place, Selma, AL WMNT8E      

Selma Historic and Civic Building   -   AHA 
        

Selma Navy Yard and Ordnance Works   -   UDC 
  at the intersection of Water Avenue and Sylvan Street, Selma, Alabama      

Sgt Robert Weakley Patton   -    
  At Washington and Alabama Streets, Selma, AL WMNCZ8      

Site of Alabama's Statehouse 1820 - 1825   -   AHC 
  on Capitol Avenue, Cahaba, Alabama      

Site of Selma-Dallas County's 1st Bridge 1884-1940   -    
  on Washington Street south of Water Avenue , WMNAMB      

St. James Hotel   -    
  At Washington and Water Streets, Selma, AL WMNCZ4      

St. Luke's Episcopal Church   -   AHC 
  on Vine Street, Cahaba, Alabama      

St. Paul's Episcopal Church EST. 1838   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Lauderdale Street and Selma Avenue, Selma, Alabama WMGMC3      

Sturdivant Hall   -   AHA 
  on Mabry Street south of Jeff Davis Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

Summerfield Methodist Church   -   AHA 
  on Main Street north of County Road 16, Valley Grande, Alabama      

Tabernacle Baptist Church (Dallas County)   -    
  intersection of Broad Street and Minter Ave, Selma, AL WMNMAF      

Tabernacle Baptist Church (Dallas County)   -    
  intersection of Broad Street and Minter Ave, Selma, AL WMNMAH      

Temple Mishkan Israel   -    
  on Broad Street, Selma, Alabama      

The Beloit Industrial Institute   -   AHC 
  on Alabama Highway 22, Marion Junction, AL      

The Crocheron Columns   -   AHC 
  a walkway at the end of Vine Street at 2nd Street North that leads to the site, Cahaba, Alabama      

The Duke of Cahaba   -   AHC 
  on Oak Street near 2nd Street North, Cahaba, Alabama      

The Old Brick Store   -   AHC 
  2nd Street North near Vine Street, Cahaba, Alabama      

The Selma Movement (The Beginning)   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Broad Street (U.S. 80) and Water Avenue, Selma, Alabama WMNCBW      

The Selma Movement (The Prize)   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Broad Street (U.S. 80) and Water Avenue, Selma, Alabama WMNCBW      

The Sleeping Prophet   -   AHC 
  Broad Street, Selma, Alabama WMNT4C      

This Tablet Commemorates the Visit of Lafayette   -   DAR 
  at the intersection of Water Avenue and Washington Street, Selma, Alabama      

Union Troops Charge - The Main Assault of the Outer Works   -    
  at the intersection of Summerfield Road and Highland Avenue, Selma, AL WMNMA2      

Valley Creek Presbyterian Church   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of State Highway 22 and County Road 65, Selma, Alabama WMH6V7      

VII in. Brooke Rifle # S-5   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Broad Street (U.S. 80) and Selma Avenue, Selma, Alabama WMGZJ5      

Vine Street   -   AHC 
  the intersection of Vine Street and Capitol Avenue, Cahaba, Alabama      

Ware-Baker-Jones House   -   AHC 
  on Lauderdale Street, Selma, Alabama      

Water Avenue   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Water Avenue and Washington Street, Selma, Alabama WMNAMC      

White-Force Cottage   -   AHC 
  on Mabry Street south of Jeff Davis Avenue, Selma, Alabama      

William Rufus De Vane King 1786-1853   -   AHA 
  on Kings Street south of Dallas Avenue (State Highway 22), Selma, Alabama WMH65Q      

 

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

 

Other Dallas County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History