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Ensley Highlands Methodist Church | Photo © 2018 www.abandonedalabama.com

Ensley Highlands Methodist Church

Ensley Highlands Methodist Church The Beginning and Its Rapid Growth Ensley Highlands Methodist Church was an outgrowth of a Sunday School started in 1911 by a group of Methodists. Late that same...

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Old Alabama State Capitol Building

Old Alabama State Capitol Building The story of the old Alabama State Capitol Building begins in 1825 with the abandonment of the frequently flooded city of Cahaba. Alabama legislators faced the task...

Rockhaven

Rockhaven

Colonel J. S. Pinckard Rockhaven was a large mansion in the Capitol Heights neighborhood of Montgomery, Alabama, built in 1907 by James Steptoe Pinckard Jr. who was born on August 4, 1856, in...

Outlaw House | Photo © Russ Gorbaty

Outlaw House

George Cabell Outlaw Sr. George Cabell Outlaw, son of Tiberius Gracchus and Belle Garner Outlaw, was born in Mobile, Alabama, on July 19, 1886. After completing his secondary education at the...

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Centenary Institute

Centenary Institute. Summerfield, Ala. Deep in the heart of Alabama, an hour and a half south of Birmingham lies the unincorporated community of Summerfield. Formerly known as Valley Creek, this...

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Morning View

Gen. Mitchell B. Houghton Mitchell Bennett Houghton was born on September 14, 1844, the son of William Henry and Elizabeth Ann Bennett Houghton. In July 1861, he enlisted in Newton, Alabama in the...

Mount Ida Plantation | Photo © 2022 Bullet, www.abandonedalabama.com

Mount Ida Plantation

Major Walker E. Reynolds Mount Ida, also known as the Walker Reynolds House, was an antebellum mansion built by wealthy planter and promoter of Talladega and Talladega County, Major Walker E...

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Thomas M. Cowles Mansion

Thomas M. Cowles Major Thomas Merriwether Cowles was born in 1794 in Richmond County, Georgia, the son of William Marston and Anna Merriwether Cowles. He was also a descendant of Richard Cowles, an...

Opelika Cotton Mill | Photo © 2020 Bullet, www.abandonedalabama.com

Opelika Cotton Mill

Aerial view of the Opelika Cotton Mill, 1955 The community of Lebanon was established in the late-1830s. After the passing of the Indian Removal Act in 1830, the native Muscogee Creek peoples were...

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