Colbert County AL Historical Schools


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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
Alsobrook School Bishop
Bear Creek School Tuscumbia
Bethel School Pride
Bethel School Old Bethel
Bethel School Wheeler Dam
Cary School Margerum
Center View School Old Bethel
Crooked Oak School Frankfort
Crossroads School Tuscumbia
Deshler Institute Tuscumbia
Douthit School Margerum
Drisdale School Margerum
Guthrie School Margerum
Hackberry School Leighton
Hawkins School Killen
Hennigan School Wheeler Dam
Hopewell School Old Bethel
Jackson Ridge School Margerum
La Grange College Leighton
Liberty School Bishop
Ligon Springs School Russellville
Lyle Academy Cherokee
Melrose School Tuscumbia
Morning Star School Tuscumbia
Mount Hester School Bishop
Mount Miles School Town Creek
Mount Moriah School Old Bethel
Mount Olivious School Killen
Mount Pleasant School Killen
Mount Stanley School Town Creek
Mynot School Bishop
New Smyrna School Pleasant Site
Newfound School Leighton
Newsome Springs School Barton
Pike School Cherokee
Poplar Creek School Old Bethel
Pride School Pride
Red Rock School Pride
Ricks School Leighton
Rock Creek School Pleasant Grove
Saint James School Town Creek
Saint Josephs School Florence
Saint Paul School Tuscumbia
Scrabble Hill School Margerum
Shady Grove School Wheeler Dam
Sockwell School Leighton
South Riverton School Waterloo
Spring Creek School Tuscumbia
Thorn School Pleasant Grove
Union Grove School Margerum
Whiteoak School Leighton
Zion School Barton
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