Perry County AL Historical Locales


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Antioch Scott Station
Ash Grove Plantation Scott Station
Athahatchee Sprott
Blackburn Marion North
Bliss Buck Creek
Bolling Mill Oakmulgee
Browns Store and Mill Scott Station
Bushy Oak Central Mills
Cahaba Old Town Marion North
Canebrake Agricultural Experimental Station Uniontown West
Cedar Lawn Plantation Uniontown West
Chadwick Buck Creek
Chestnut Hill Summerfield
Cleveland Store Morgan Springs
DeYampert Plantation Scott Station
Ebenezer Harrisburg
Fairhope Plantation Uniontown East
Flatwood Uniontown East
Gayles Store Scott Station
Harris Store Oakmulgee
Henton Uniontown East
Medline Buck Creek
Midway Plantation Scott Station
Mount Carmel Morgan Springs
New Hope Uniontown East
Oak Lawn Plantation Uniontown West
Pisgah Buck Creek
Pollard Store Scott Station
Providence Uniontown East
Rogers Store Oakmulgee
Rural Hill Plantation Uniontown East
Sugar Hill Plantation Thomaston East
Sunnyside Plantation Scott Station
Taylor Station Uniontown East
The Cedars Uniontown West
Walkers Quarter Central Mills
Wares Grove Uniontown East
Waters Store Suttle
Weaver Plantation Uniontown West
Welcome Eclectic
Westwood Plantation Uniontown West
Willard Grove Scott Station
Woodlawn Scott Station
Wooleys Mill Abernant
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