Etowah County (28)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Etowah County was created on 1866.

The county seat is in Gadsden, AL.,
and the county is 535 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Etowah county home page.

  FIPS Code: 01055

  Information about Etowah County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Etowah County.

 

There are 31 Historic Markers in Etowah County.

"The Junction" Attalla   -    
  the intersection of 5th Avenue Northeast (U.S. 431) and Cleveland Avenue, Attalla, Alabama WMDR8E      

Alabama City, Alabama   -    
  W. Meighan Blvd. (US 278), Old Fire House, Gadsden, AL WMPVGD      

Camp Sibert   -   AHA 
  Gilbert Ferry Road SE (State Highway 77) north of Case Avenue SE, Attalla, Alabama      

Camp Wills   -    
  at the intersection of 5th Avenue Northeast (U.S. 431) and Cleveland Avenue, Attalla, Alabama WMDR5N      

Colonel Hood House   -   AHC 
  the intersection of Chestnut Street and South 9th Street, Gadsden, Alabama WMDRDR      

Congregation Beth Israel   -    
  at the intersection of Chestnut Street and South 8th Street, Gadsden, Alabama WME21C      

Dwight Mill Village   -    
  at the intersection of Marston Ave and Coolidge Circle, Gadsden, Alabama WMDR5X      

Electricity for the City of Attalla   -    
  at the intersection of 5th Avenue Northwest and 4th Street Northwest, Attalla, Alabama WMDR5B      

Eleventh Street School   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Chestnut Street and South 11th Street, Gadsden, Alabama WMDRD0      

Emma Sansom   -   AHA 
  US Hwy 431 (Meighan Ave.) at North 21st Street near mile marker 263 in Gadsden, AL      

Emma Sansom   -    
  on West Meighan Boulevard (U.S. 431) east of North 22nd Street, in the median, Gadsden, Alabama      

Emma Sansom Monument   -   UDC 
  at the intersection of Broad Street and South 1st Street, in the median on Broad Street, Gadsden, Alabama      

Etowah County, Alabama   -    
  is at the intersection of Forrest Avenue and South 8th Street, Gadsden, Alabama WME21H      

First United Methodist Church of Attalla   -    
  the intersection of 6th Avenue and 4th Street NW, Attalla, Alabama WMDR5H      

Gadsden Amphitheater   -    
  At the Gadsden Municipal Amphitheatre , on South 1st Street south of Walnut Street, Gadsden, Alabama      

Gadsden Municipal Amphitheatre (Legion Park Bowl)   -   AHC 
  At the Gadsden Municipal Amphitheatre , on South 1st Street south of Walnut Street, Gadsden, Alabama      

Gadsden Times-News Building   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Broad Street and North 5th Street, Gadsden, Alabama WME21F      

Gadsden, Alabama   -   ABT 
  the intersection of South 1st Street and Broad Street (U.S. 411), Gadsden, Alabama WME211      

Gunn-Bellenger House   -   AHC 
  the intersection of Chestnut Street and South 9th Street, Gadsden, Alabama WMDRD6      

Howard Gardner Nichols 1871-1896   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Cabot Avenue and Dwight, Winona, & Lakefront Aves. & Coolidge Cir., Alabama City, Alabama WMDR8G      

John H. Wisdom   -    
  Broad Street east of 1st Street, Gadsden, Alabama      

John Henry Wisdom (The Paul Revere of The Confederacy)   -    
  at the intersection of Alford Bend Road and Gilliland Street, Hokes Bluff, Alabama      

North Alabama Conference   -   AHA 
  South 5th Street @ Chestnut Avenue in Gadsden, AL      

Paul Harvey Loyalty Day   -    
  located at the base of the flagpole of the Gadsden City Hall on Broad Street, Gadsden, AL      

Sansom Family Cemetery   -    
  On W Meighan Blvd west of 22nd St, Gadsden, AL WMPTAR      

Sardis City Beginnings   -   ABT 
  Sardis      

Sisters Missionary Servants of The Most Blessed Trinity   -    
  the intersection of South 1st Street and South 3rd Street, WME1TH      

The Legend of Noccalula   -    
  in the Noccalula Falls Park on Noccalula Road (State Road 211), Gadsden, Alabama      

Turkey Town Monument   -    
  on U.S. 411 near Gadsden, Alabama      

William Luther Sibert Major General U.S. Army (Ret.) 1860-1935   -    
  on Forrest Avenue east of North 10 Street, Gadsden, AL WMDRDX      

William Patrick Lay (1853-1940)   -    
  at the intersection of Florida Short Route and Simmons Lane on Florida Short Route, Attalla, Alabama WMCNAZ      

 

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

 

Other Etowah County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History
Etowah Historical Society
Etowah County, Alabama Genealogy, Facts and Records Resources