Greene 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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Beech Grove School Union
Belleview School Knoxville
Bethlehem School Forkland
Birdine School Mason Bend
Bryan Hill School Forkland
Burton Hill School Union
Cook Chapel School Forkland
Cook School Eutaw
Ebenezer School Mason Bend
Elizabeth School Eutaw
Enterprise School Ralph
Eutaw Female College Eutaw
Evening Star School Demopolis
Fairview School West Greene
Friendship School Forkland
Green Oak School Eutaw
Gum School Knoxville
Harkness School Union
Hatfield Seminary Eutaw
Highway School Knoxville
Hollingsworth School Mantua
Ingham School Union
Jena School Romulus
Johnson Hill School Union
Jones Wood School Epes East
Little Place School Demopolis
Little School Forkland
Little Zion School Forkland
Live Oak School Fosters
Loyss School Mason Bend
Mayfield School Knoxville
Mount Hebron School Boligee
Mount Pleasant School Knoxville
Mount Zoar School Eutaw
New Light School West Greene
Oak Hill School West Greene
Old Green Oak School Demopolis
Paramount High School Boligee
Pine Grove School Knoxville
Pleasant Ridge Academy Pleasant Ridge
Pleasant Valley School Warsaw
Rosenwald School Mantua
Saint Johns School West Greene
Saint Marys School Knoxville
Saint Matthews School Forkland
Salem School Knoxville
Shiloh School Pleasant Ridge
Shiloh School Ralph
Smith School Union
Springfield School Knoxville
Springhill School Forkland
Starlight School Knoxville
Steele School Forkland
Stonewall Taylor School Forkland
Sunflower School Union
Temperence School Eutaw
Watson School Forkland
White Oak Grove School Mantua
Zion School Epes East
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