Lawrence County (40)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Lawrence County was created on 1818.

The county seat is in Moulton, AL.,
and the county is 691 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Lawrence county home page.

  FIPS Code: 01079

  Information about Lawrence County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Lawrence County.

 

There are 41 Historic Markers in Lawrence County.

A Cotton Kingdom   -   AHC 
  on Alabama St south of Tennessee St, Courtland, AL      

A County Older Than the State-Lawrence County   -   AHA 
  Lawrence Co. Courthouse, Court Street, Moulton, AL WMNDAG      

A Signi´Čücant Forest   -    
  in the Bankhead National Forest at the Black Warrior Work Center, Moulton, AL      

American Legion - Post 58   -    
  on College St., Courtland, Alabama      

Anne Newport Royall   -    
  Market Street at Court Street, Moulton, AL WMNDAZ      

Birds of North Alabama   -    
  in the Bankhead National Forest at the Black Warrior Work Center, Moulton, AL      

Cheatham Road   -    
  near mile marker 17 after leaving Warrior Mountain Trading Co located at 11312 Al Hwy 33 Moulton, Al      

Cherokee Council House Museum   -    
  near Oakville, Alabama WMNCWQ      

Cherokee Indian Removal   -    
  inside Oakville Indian Mound Park near Oakville Indian Mound Oakville, Alabama WMNCBZ      

Copena Burial Mound   -    
  inside Oakville Park near Copean Indian mound in a clump of trees, same side of road as mound, Oakville, Alabama WMNCEQ      

Courtland Presbyterian Church / Courtland Cemetery   -   AHC 
  on Van Buren St 0.1 miles north of Jefferson St, Courtland, AL      

Courtland's Early Architecture   -   AHC 
  on College Street, Courtland, Alabama      

Creek Indian Removal   -    
  is inside Oakville Indian Mound Park near Oakville Indian Mound, Oakville, Alabama WMNCBX      

Doublehead   -    
  inside Oakville Indian Mound Park near Museum in a clump of trees on the left, Danville AL WMNCEK      

Early Roads / One of the South's First Railroads 1832   -    
  in front of Old Train Depot across train tracks, past Square Park in Courtland, Alabama      

Early Settlers   -   AHC 
        

Explore the Forest   -    
  in the Bankhead National Forest at the Black Warrior Work Center, Moulton, AL      

Gallagher Hill/Science Hill   -    
  Court Street at Hospital Street, Moulton, AL WMNDAF      

General Leroy Pope Walker   -    
  Market Street at College Street, Moulton, AL WMNDAV      

General Phillip Dale Roddy   -    
  Market Street at Walnut Street, Moulton, AL WMNDAP      

Harris-Simpson House   -   AHC 
  on Clinton Avenue, Courtland, Alabama      

Historic Indians   -    
  inside Oakville Indian Mound Park near Copena Burial Mound, Danville, AL WMNCEY      

Home of Annie Wheeler   -    
  at the intersection of Alternate U.S. 72 and County Road 37, Hillsboro, Alabama      

Home of General Joseph Wheeler Shackleford's Red Rovers   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Alternate U.S. 72 and County Road 377, Wheeler, Alabama      

James Cleveland "Jesse" Owens   -    
  County Route 203, Danville, Alabama WMNC6C      

Jesse Cleveland Owens   -    
  Jesse Owens Memorial Park & Museum, 7019 County Road 203, Danville, AL WMNC6K      

Judge Thomas M. Peters   -    
  Market Street at College Street, Moulton, AL WMNDAR      

McMahon House   -   AHC 
        

Oakville Indian Mound   -    
  inside Oakville Indian Mound Park at foot of Indian Mound near steps, Danville, AL WMNCBY      

One of the South's First Railroads / Early Roads   -   AHC 
        

Peerson/McKelvey Cemetery   -    
  Court Street, Moulton, AL WMNDAD      

Saunders ~ Hall ~ Goode Mansion   -    
  at the intersection of Wheeler Dam Road (State Highway 101) and County Road 269, Town Creek, AL WMJ97B      

Shackleford's Red Rovers   -   AHA 
  on Alabama St., Courtland, Alabama      

Streight's Raid   -    
  in Oakville Indian Park at entrance, Danville, AL WMNCBR      

The African-American Experience   -   AHC 
  on Tennessee Street, Courtland, AL      

The Town of Courtland / Early Settlers 1819   -    
  Located in the Park Square downtown Courtland, AL      

The TVA System of Multi-purpose Dams   -    
  can be reached from Wheeler Dam Rd (State Highway 101) north of County Road 150, Town Creek, Alabama      

Town of Courtland   -   AHC 
        

Town of Oakville   -    
  in Oakville Indian Park past the Oakville Indian Mound Museum, Danville, AL WMNCWJ      

Trail of Tears   -    
  on the grounds of the Doublehead Resort, 145 County Road 314, Town Creek, AL      

Warrior Mountain   -    
  at the Bankhead National Forest-Central Firetower and North Alabama Birding Trail site 14, Moulton, Alabama      

 

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

 

Other Lawrence County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History
Lawrence County Alabama Genealogy & Other Diggins