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Brigadier General Birkett Davenport Fry, CSA
In his lifetime General Birkett D. Fry was a cadet at Virginia Military Institute and West Point; 1st Lt. (U.S. Infantry) in Mexican War; lawyer in California; mercenary-soldier …
On this bend of the Tallapoosa River, stretching out before you, lay one of the ancient towns of the Muscogee Creek People, called Tukabatchee. Tukabatchee is one of the original four mother towns of the Creek Confeder…
On June 20, 1880, David M. Key, Postmaster General of the United States of America, appointed Thaddeus T. Webster as Postmaster at Thaddeus (now Reeltown), Alabama, which office he held with honor, ability and integrity until his death in 1889. Hi…
Dedicated to the young men of Tallassee who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the Vietnam War
PFC Richard ClarkLT. Charles DavisCW.O. Donald EstesSGT. Joseph JohnsonCPL. Jimmy HudsonCAPT. Davis MathisSGT. Calvin McGinty. Jr.PVT. Ronald RuffSSGT. D…
Only Confederate armory not destroyed during the Civil War.
Col. Gorgas, ordnance chief, had carbine shop moved here into Tallassee Mfg. Co. mill in spring, 1864 as war threatened Richmond, Va.armory.
War ended before plant neared goal of 6,…
(side 1)This land belonged to the Creek (Muskogee) Indians, who had lived in the Tallassee area for hundreds of years, until their removal in 1836. Benjamin Hawkins, the Creek Indian Agent for the U.S. government, visited the Creek Indians in 1798…
This stone placed at theGreat Council Treemarks the site ofTukabahchi1686-1836Capital of the Upper Creek Indian Nation. Here were born Efau Haujo, Great Medal Chief, and Opothleyaholo, Creek leaders. Big Warrior resided nearby. Here came Tecumseh …