Morgan County (52)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Morgan County was created on 1818.

The county seat is in Decatur, AL.,
and the county is 579 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Morgan county home page.

  FIPS Code: 01103

  Information about Morgan County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Morgan County.

 

There are 36 Historic Markers in Morgan County.

A County Older Than the State-Morgan County   -   AHA 
  is on Cain Street Northeast west of Ferry Street Northeast, Decatur, Alabama WM24XQ      

Carolyn Cortner Smith Female Architect Pioneer / Designed Delano Park Structures   -    
  at the intersection of Gordon Drive Southeast and 8th Avenue Southeast, Decatur, Alabama      

Cedar Plains Christian Church   -   AHA 
  Falkville      

City of Hartselle, Alabama / Hartselle Facts   -   ABT 
  on Railroad St SW 0.2 miles south of Main Street (County Road 36), Hartselle, Alabama      

Eva, Alabama: "The Little Town With The Big Heart"   -   ABT 
        

First Missionary Baptist Church   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Vine Street Northwest and Grove Street Northwest, Decatur, Alabama WM24WR      

First Permanent Court House, Morgan County   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Main Street and Broad Street, Somerville, Alabama      

First Railroad West of Allegheny Mountains   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Wilson Street Northeast (U.S. 72) and Harborview Drive Northeast, Decatur, Alabama WM24P8      

First United Methodist Church   -   AHA 
  805Canal St NE, Decatur, AL      

Gen. Joseph Wheeler   -   AHA 
  on Bee Line Hwy (U.S. 31), Decatur, Alabama WM24QM      

Ingalls Shipyard   -   ABT 
        

Lacey's Spring   -   AHA 
  on U.S. 231 0.2 miles north of State Route 36, Lacey's Spring, Alabama      

Old Decatur Historic District/Historic Depot   -    
  701 Railroad St NW, Decatur, AL      

Old Decatur Historic District/Old State Bank   -    
  925 Bank St NE, Decatur, AL      

Old State Bank Building   -   AHA 
  624 Bank St., Decatur, Alabama WM24RF      

Original Falkville Town Hall Building   -   ABT 
        

Rising Sun Lodge No. 29   -   AHA 
  952 Bank Street NE, Decatur, AL      

Schaudies - Banks Cottage   -   AHA 
  Sycamore St. at Pound St., Decatur Alabama WMBWGR      

Site of Benson Field   -    
  at the intersection of Oak Street Northeast and Line St, NE, Decatur, Alabama      

Somerville   -   ABT 
        

St. John's Episcopal Church   -   AHC 
  on Gordon Drive, SE., Decatur, Alabama      

The "Katy-Did" Crash   -    
  near mile marker 19 on AL Hwy 157, Falkville, AL WMNAAH      

The Battle for Decatur 1 - Decatur and The Civil War in North Alabama   -    
  is on Bank Street Northeast north of Church Street Northeast, Decatur, Alabama      

The Battle for Decatur 1 - Hood's Middle Tennessee Campaign a   -    
  on Bank Street Northeast north of Church Street Northeast, Decatur, Alabama      

The Battle for Decatur 2 - Federal Defenses at Decatur   -    
  intersection of Bank Street and Vine Street Northwest, Decatur, Alabama      

The Battle for Decatur 4 - The Federal Right, October 27-28, 1864   -    
  at the intersection of Lafayette Street Northwest and Railroad Street, Decatur, Alabama      

The Battle for Decatur 5 -Dancy-Polk House (circa 1829)   -    
  at the intersection of Church Street Northwest and Railroad Street Northwest, Decatur, Alabama      

The Battle for Decatur 6 - Burleson House   -    
  at the intersection of Sycamore Street Northwest and Market Street Northwest, Decatur, Alabama      

The Battle for Decatur 6 - Union Leadership at Decatur   -    
  at the intersection of Sycamore Street Northwest and Market Street Northwest, Decatur, Alabama      

The Battle for Decatur 7 - Two Bridges Across The Tennessee Rive   -    
  at the intersection of Wilson Street Northwest (U.S. 72) and Raiload Street, Decatur, Alabama      

The Battle for Decatur 8 - Confederate Leadership at Decatur   -    
  at the intersection of Harborview Drive Northeast and Market Street Northwest, Decatur, Alabama      

The Battle for Decatur 9 - “Captain, We've Got It At Last”   -    
  at the Rhodes Ferry Park at the end of Oak Street Northeast, Decatur, Alabama      

The Great Hartselle Bank Robbery   -   ABT 
        

To Commemorate the Passage of The Olympic Torch   -    
  325 Bank Street NE, Decatur, AL      

Town of Priceville Crssroads of North Alabama   -   ABT 
        

Valhermoso Springs   -   AHA 
  on State Highway 36 east of Thomas Road, Valhermoso Springs, Alabama      

 

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

 

Other Morgan County Resources.

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