Morgan 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
Bears Ham School Trinity
Bells School Jones Crossroads
Cave Spring School Decatur
Cedar Creek School Hartselle
Cedar Mountain School Danville
Center Dale School Lawrence Cove
Center Point School Somerville
Crowton School Decatur
Dripping Spring School Eva
East End School Decatur
Female Academy at Decatur Decatur
Gum Pond School Lawrence Cove
Gum Springs School Somerville
Johnson School Danville
Jones School Falkville
Lafayette Street Public School Decatur
Leaders School Triana
Leadys School Triana
Lebanon School Falkville
Liberty School Danville
Maple Grove School Mason Ridge
Massey School Massey
Means School Trinity
Minor Hill School Decatur
Mount Tabor School Somerville
Mountain View School Somerville
Natural Bridge School Hartselle
Nebo School Jones Crossroads
New Center School Somerville
Oak Grove School Danville
Oak Ridge School Hartselle
Oden Ridge School Eva
Orr School Hartselle
Penn School Massey
Pine Grove School Somerville
Pine Ridge School Newsome Sinks
Pines School Center Grove
Priceville School Decatur
Riverside High School Decatur
Rocky Ford School Danville
Saint John School Mason Ridge
Saint Luke School Jones Crossroads
Sand Hill School Decatur
Santlin School Painter
Science Hill School Newsome Sinks
Six Mile School Somerville
Slab College School Trinity
Union Hill School Eva
Union School Triana
Venice School Newsome Sinks
West Point School Center Grove
Windes School Danville
Winton School Mason Ridge
Zion School Danville
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