Pickens County (54)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Pickens County was created on 1820.

The county seat is in Carrollton, AL.,
and the county is 881 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Pickens county home page.

  FIPS Code: 01107

  Information about Pickens County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Pickens County.

 

There are 16 Historic Markers in Pickens County.

Alabama, Tennessee & Northern Railroad Depot   -   AHA 
  Baptist Line Rd at Broad St, Aliceville, AL WMR1NM      

Aliceville First Baptist Church   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Columbus Road (State Highway 14) and Old Garden Road, Aliceville, Alabama      

Aliceville First Baptist Church   -    
  at the intersection of Broad Street Northwest and 4th Avenue Northwest, Aliceville, Alabama      

Aliceville Prisoner of War Camp 1942-1945   -   AHA 
        

Carrollton Short Line Railroad   -   AHA 
  On Tuscaloosa St at At&N Railroad St, Carrollton, AL WMW84V      

First City Hall-Jail   -   AHA 
        

George Downer Field   -    
  Al 17, Aliceville, AL WMR1NP      

In Memory of James McCrory   -    
  in the Old Bethany Cemetery. Lower Vienna Road is about 5 miles south of Aliceville, Alabama.      

Kelly-Stone-Hill Place   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Phoenix Avenue (County Road 35) and Elliott Street, Carrollton, Alabama      

King's Store Skirmish / Lanier's Mill Skirmish   -   AHA 
        

Mount Moriah Free Will Baptist Church   -   AHA 
        

Oak Grove Presbyterian Church   -   AHA 
        

Pickens County Courthouse   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Court Square North on Court Square North, Carrollton, Alabama WMNGK5      

R.J. Kirksey High School 1958-1971   -   AHA 
  intersection of Memorial Parkway (Al 14) and Broad Aliceville, AL WMR1NJ      

Summerville Industrial High School   -   AHA 
  Co. Rd. 13      

Tabernacle Methodist Church and Campground   -   AHA 
        

 

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

 

Other Pickens County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History