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Built of massive pine logs in 1875, this church has been an active house of worship, and center of community, civic activities and education for more than a century. Restored on the original site in 1971.
First African American to enroll at the University of Alabama following successful litigation under the historic 1954 Brown v. Board of Education ruling. She began classes on February 3, 1956: however, after three days of tumultuous demonstrations…
Pioneer home of Charles Jefferson Stewart Sr, 1833-1897 and wife Nancy Rachel Mayhan 1839-1910. Relocated from Abercrombie Community Bibb, County, 1986. A successful farmer the Stewarts had 13 children, all born in this house. Donated by Wendell S…
Successor to the first school built in Jefferson County in 1815, this building - of 1923 origins - served the residents of the Beltona Area until 1960. Purchased in 1963 by the Cane Creek Community Club, it was subsequently donated to Tannerhill I…
This is the old Kimbrell Methodist Church relocated from Kimbrell Community in Jefferson County. After lying idle for 15 years it was donated to the state by J.C. Hassell in 1972. The restoration was made possible through many individual donations…
This was built by Woodward Iron company 1915. Donated for restoration by the Meade Corporation in 1978.
Built near West Blocton, Al in 1860 by Winston Stewart, a local contractor. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler occupied the house from 1928 until thier death. Restored as a country School to be a part of the Learning Center in 1978...   Donated by the heir…
Built by Dick Honeycutt   Home of Tincey Peel and son, Ermon Peel from 1920 until death of Ermon in 1984... Donated by U.S. Steel in 1985 and moved to this site...
William Henry Belcher was born in 1848 in Randolph County. This home was located 8 miles west of Centerville, where he raised four children. Mr. Belcher was the son of A. Buford Belcher, who migrated to Alabama from Virginia in 1832...
Built by Jules Nail in the Mt. Olive Community of Jefferson County Mr. Nail lived in the house until the 1880's, except for a period of service with the Union Army during the war. Donated by Mack Lee and Thomas Nail... Restored 1979
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