Hale 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
Anderson School Greensboro
Arcola School Demopolis
Camp Ground School Moundville East
Casemore School Casemore
Cedar Grove School Melton
Cephus School Moundville West
Christian Valley School Mason Bend
Coley School Payne Lake
Elliot Creek School Moundville East
Ellis School Sawyerville
Elwood School Sawyerville
Emory School Casemore
Estes School Sawyerville
Evening Star School Casemore
Fairview School Moundville East
Glen Hill School Moundville West
Green Springs School Moundville East
Greene Springs Academy Sawyerville
Greenleaf School Moundville East
Greensboro Female Academy Greensboro
Hatche School Melton
Hickory Stand School Greensboro
Hobson School Sawyerville
Jerusalem School Demopolis
Jones School Newbern
Kings School Moundville East
Lewis School Moundville East
Lock 5 School Casemore
Macedonia School Ingram
Madison School Ingram
Martin Stewart School Moundville West
Mission School Greensboro
Mount Herman School Hogglesville
New Hope School Melton
Oak Grove School Casemore
Pleasant Grove School Greensboro
Prospect School Demopolis
Rosenwald School Demopolis
Rosenwald School Casemore
Rosenwald School Ingram
Rosenwald School Moundville West
Saint Matthew School Mason Bend
Saint Michaels School Casemore
Saint Paul School Melton
Southern University Greensboro
Springfield School Melton
Sycamore School Duncanville
Tubbs School Moundville East
Valley School Hogglesville
Washington School Demopolis
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