Russell County (57)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Russell County was created on 1832.

The county seat is in Phenix City, AL.,
and the county is 641 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  FIPS Code: 01113

  Information about Russell County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Russell County.

 

There are 60 Historic Markers in Russell County.

Albert Love Patterson   -   AHA 
  5th Ave., Phenix City, AL      

Allen Temple A.M.E. Church / Grant Chapel A.M.E. Church   -   HCC 
  1501 12th Ave, Phenix City, AL WMJ7EQ      

Ancient Fisheries   -   HCC 
  Phenix City Riverwalk, Phenix City, Alabama WMJ7A5      

Archaeology And Our Understanding of the Creek People   -    
  561 Highway 165, Fort Mitchell, AL      

Asbury School and Mission 1 Mile North of Fort Mitchell   -   HCC 
  Located on U.S. Highway 165 at the entrance to the Fort Mitchell Park adjacent to the Fort Mitchell National Cemetery, Fort Mitchell, Alabama. WMNJMP      

Bartram Trail - Russell County   -   AHC 
  State Highway 165, Fort Mitchell, AL      

Battle of Girard / Before The Battle   -   HCC 
  on the grounds of the Russell County Courthouse on 14th Street in Phenix City, AL      

Confederate Fort   -   HCC 
  U.S. 280 just north of Stadium Dr, Phenix City, AL WME7AD      

Confederates Set Fire To Lower Bridge   -   HCC 
  Phenix City, Alabama- Dillingham Street Bridge      

Coweta and Northeastern Russell County   -    
  508 Dillingham St, Phenix City, AL      

Coweta Tallahassee (Kvwetv Tvlvhassee)   -   HCC 
  Brickyard Road, Phenix City, Alabama      

Coweta Town (KVWETV)   -   HCC 
  Brickyard Road, Phenix City, Alabama      

Coweta: Center for International Diplomacy   -    
  508 Dillingham St, Phenix City, AL      

Crockettsville - Crawford, Alabama   -   HCC 
  on U.S. Highway 80 on the grounds of the Crawford United Methodist Church, Crawford, Alabama. WMJ7AQ      

Fort Mitchell   -   AHA 
  Hwy 165 south of Phenix City, AL      

Fort Mitchell   -    
  on the grounds of the Fort Mitchell Historic Landmark Park, about half-mile from the main entrance next to the fort.      

Fort Mitchell and Creek Removal   -    
  561 Highway 165, Fort Mitchell, AL      

Fort Mitchell Military Cemetery   -   HCC 
  Highway 165, Fort Mitchell AL      

Franchise Baptist Church / Central Girard Colored School   -   HCC 
  1000 Dillingham Street Phenix City, Alabama.      

Fryar Field   -    
  can be reached from 101st Airborne Division Road, Fort Benning, Alabama      

Glennville   -   HCC 
  on U.S. 431, Glennville, Alabama      

Holland McTyeire Smith   -   HCC 
  on Russell County 18, just off U.S. Highway 431 in Seale, Alabama. WMJ9Y0      

Horace King   -   HCC 
  at the corner of Dillingham and Broad Streets, Phenix City, Alabama      

Hurtsboro United Methodist Church   -   HCC 
  in front of the Hurtsboro United Methodist Church, Front Street, Hurtsboro, Alabama. WMJ9Y3      

Indian Ball Ground   -   HCC 
  on U.S. Highway 165, Fort Mitchell, Alabama.      

James Cantey   -   HCC 
  on Alabama Highway 165, eight miles south of Phenix City, Alabama, at Fort Mitchell. WMNJMQ      

Joel Hurt House   -   HCC 
   605 Church Street, Hurtsboro, Alabama WMJ9Y4      

John Bacon McDonald   -   HCC 
  Located just off U.S. Highway 431, behind St. Matthews Episcopal Church on Longview Street, Seale, Alabama. WMJ9Y2      

John Crowell   -   HCC 
  on U.S. Highway 165 at the entrance to the Fort Mitchell Park adjacent to the Fort Mitchell National Cemetery, Fort Mitchell, Alabama. WMNJMV      

Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church / Macedonia School   -   HCC 
  located about 8 miles east of Seale on CR 18, Seale, AL WMMPFB      

May 28th Celebration -- Battle and Antioch Communities   -   AHA 
  Rutherford Rd. at Mandy Rd., Hurtsboro, AL      

Mitchell-Ferrell-Powell House   -   HCC 
  On Cutchin Dr west of Person Loop, Seale, AL WMJA0A      

Mount Olive Baptist Church   -   HCC 
  on U.S. Highway 165, Fort Mitchell, Alabama. WMNJP2      

Nimrod Long House   -   HCC 
  On Church Street just south of Railroad St, Hurtsboro, AL WMJ9Y6      

Old Russell County Courthouse / Russell County Courthouse   -   HCC 
  Located off of US 431, Seale, Alabama, in front of the courthouse.      

Pilgrim Hill School   -   HCC 
        

Pokkecheta, or the Ball Play   -    
  561 Highway 165, Fort Mitchell, AL      

Red Hill Batteries   -   HCC 
  Phenix City, Alabama-West Court House Lawn.      

Removal of the Creeks   -   HCC 
  561 AL-165, Fort Mitchell, AL      

Sand Fort / Site of Royston's Inn   -   HCC 
        

Seale United Methodist Church   -   HCC 
  at the intersection of Courthouse Street and Chapel Street, Seale, Alabama      

Shiloh Baptist Church   -   HCC 
  at the church on N Herring Rd south of U.S. 80, Opelika, AL WMJ7AM      

Six Indians Hanged   -   HCC 
  On the Riverwalk near the Dillingham Street Bridge in Phenix City, Alabama      

Spanish Fort, 1689-1691   -   HCC 
  on U.S. Highway 165 at Holy Trinity, Alabama. WMNJNY      

St. Peter A.M.E. Church Cemetery   -    
  on Sandfort Rd (route 22), Seale, AL WMMPF5      

Susie E. Allen Elementary School   -   HCC 
  in front of the school on Eleventh Avenue, Phenix City, Alabama.      

The Census of 1832   -    
  561 AL-165, Fort Mitchell, AL      

The Creek Nation / The Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center   -   HCC 
  561 AL-165, Fort Mitchell, AL      

The Creek Town of Coweta   -    
  508 Dillingham St, Phenix City, AL      

The Creek Trail of Tears   -    
  at the Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center is adjacent to Fort Mitchell National Historic Landmark Site about 10 miles south of Phenix City, Alabama.      

The Creeks Today   -    
  561 Highway 165, Fort Mitchell, AL      

The Fight At The Bridge   -   HCC 
  14th Street Bridge, Phenix City, Alabama      

The Tie-Snake   -   HCC 
  Phenix City Riverwalk, Phenix City, Alabama WMJVXD      

U.S. Indian Agency of Benjamin Hawkins   -   HCC 
  Brickyard Road, Phenix City, Alabama      

Uchee / Good Hope Baptist Church, Uchee   -   HCC 
  Located fourteen miles west of Seale on Russell County Road 22, Uchee, Alabama. WMJA0G      

Uchee Chapel Methodist Church   -   HCC 
  on N Uchee Rd (Route 22), Uchee, Alabam WMJA0C      

Union Night Attack Down Summerville Road   -   HCC 
  Summerville Road at 26th Street, Phenix City, Alabama      

Villula   -   HCC 
  in front of Villula Cemetery, about 2 miles South of Seale, Alabama. On U.S. HWY 431 South. WMMPF8      

William Augustus Mitchell   -   HCC 
  on Alabama Highway 26 (Jackson Street), Seale, Alabama. WMJA0B      

“Emperor” Brims, Mary Musgrove and Chief William McIntosh   -    
  508 Dillingham St, Phenix City, AL      

 

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

 

Other Russell County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History