National Register of Historic Places listings in Alabama

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This is a list of buildings, sites, districts, and objects listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama.

Contents

Contents: Counties in Alabama   (links in italic lead to a new page)
Autauga - Baldwin - Barbour - Bibb - Blount - Bullock - Butler - Calhoun - Chambers - Cherokee - Chilton - Choctaw - Clarke - Clay - Cleburne - Coffee - Colbert - Conecuh - Coosa - Covington - Crenshaw - Cullman - Dale - Dallas - DeKalb - Elmore - Escambia - Etowah - Fayette - Franklin - Geneva - Greene - Hale - Henry - Houston - Jackson - Jefferson ( Birmingham ) - Lamar - Lauderdale - Lawrence - Lee - Limestone - Lowndes - Macon - Madison - Marengo - Marion - Marshall - Mobile ( Mobile ) - Monroe - Montgomery - Morgan - Perry - Pickens - Pike - Randolph - Russell - St. Clair - Shelby - Sumter - Talladega - Tallapoosa - Tuscaloosa - Walker - Washington - Wilcox - Winston
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This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 6, 2020. [1]

Numbers of properties and districts

There are approximately 1,200 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama. The numbers of properties and districts in Alabama or in any of its 67 counties are not directly reported by the National Register. Following are tallies of current listings from lists of the specific properties and districts. [2]

Horton Mill Covered Bridge in Blount County HortonMillCB.jpg
Horton Mill Covered Bridge in Blount County
Stewartfield in Mobile 4307 Old Shell Road Stewartfield 02.JPG
Stewartfield in Mobile
William J. Samford Hall in the Auburn University Historic District William J. Samford Hall - Auburn University - IMG 2795.JPG
William J. Samford Hall in the Auburn University Historic District
Winter Place in Montgomery Winter Place May09 03.jpg
Winter Place in Montgomery
Ashland Place Historic District in Mobile Ashland Place Mobile AL 10.JPG
Ashland Place Historic District in Mobile
Jemison-Van de Graaff Mansion in Tuscaloosa Jemison Van de Graaff Mansion.jpg
Jemison-Van de Graaff Mansion in Tuscaloosa
Temple B'Nai Shalom in Huntsville's Old Town Historic District, in Huntsville Temple B'Nai Shalom Dec2009 01.jpg
Temple B'Nai Shalom in Huntsville's Old Town Historic District, in Huntsville
"Forks of Cypress" ruins near Florence Forks of Cypress Ruins by Highsmith 02.jpg
"Forks of Cypress" ruins near Florence
Fort Morgan, on shore of Mobile Bay in Baldwin County, attacked by Union Navy fleet under Adm. David Farragut in 1864 during Battle of Mobile Bay of the American Civil War Fort Morgan Entrance.jpg
Fort Morgan, on shore of Mobile Bay in Baldwin County, attacked by Union Navy fleet under Adm. David Farragut in 1864 during Battle of Mobile Bay of the American Civil War
Thornhill in Greene County Thornhill Plantation House 02.jpg
Thornhill in Greene County
CountyNumber of
properties and districts
1 Autauga 5
2 Baldwin 62
3 Barbour 19
4 Bibb 6
5 Blount 5
6 Bullock 4
7 Butler 31
8 Calhoun 60
9 Chambers 10
10 Cherokee 1
11 Chilton 3
12 Choctaw 1
13 Clarke 21
14 Clay 2
15 Cleburne 4
16 Coffee 5
17 Colbert 30
18 Conecuh 4
19 Coosa 1
20 Covington 10
21 Crenshaw 3
22 Cullman 9
23 Dale 4
24 Dallas 32
25 DeKalb 12
26 Elmore 13
27 Escambia 2
28 Etowah 13
29 Fayette 3
30 Franklin 3
31Geneva0
32 Greene 35
33 Hale 20
34 Henry 3
35 Houston 9
36 Jackson 12
37.1 Jefferson: Birmingham 145
37.2 Jefferson: Other 26
37.3Jefferson: Duplicates(1) [3]
37.4Jefferson: Total170
38 Lamar 1
39 Lauderdale 33
40 Lawrence 11
41 Lee 26
42 Limestone 13
43 Lowndes 4
44 Macon 14
45 Madison 85
46 Marengo 28
47 Marion 2
48 Marshall 15
49.1 Mobile: Mobile 113
49.2 Mobile: Other 24
49.3Mobile: Total137
50 Monroe 5
51 Montgomery 64
52 Morgan 17
53 Perry 18
54 Pickens 7
55 Pike 2
56 Randolph 3
57 Russell 24
58 St. Clair 15
59 Shelby 10
60 Sumter 13
61 Talladega 24
62 Tallapoosa 9
63 Tuscaloosa 38
64 Walker 7
65 Washington 3
66 Wilcox 15
67 Winston 4
(duplicates)(2) [4]
Total:1,270
Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, first church of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. when he began his work as a national civil rights activist, in 1955 with the Montgomery Bus Boycott in Montgomery Dexter Avenue Baptist.jpg
Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, first church of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. when he began his work as a national civil rights activist, in 1955 with the Montgomery Bus Boycott in Montgomery
Gaineswood in Demopolis Gaineswood in October 2011 01.JPG
Gaineswood in Demopolis
Clark Hall in the Gorgas-Manly Historic District on the University of Alabama campus Clark Hall by Highsmith cropped.jpg
Clark Hall in the Gorgas–Manly Historic District on the University of Alabama campus
Tannehill Ironworks in Tuscaloosa County Tannehill Furnace 2007.jpg
Tannehill Ironworks in Tuscaloosa County
Union Station in Montgomery Union Station Montgomery 2008.JPG
Union Station in Montgomery
Alabama Theatre in Birmingham Alabama Theatre.jpg
Alabama Theatre in Birmingham
Old State Bank in Decatur Old State Bank Decatur July 2010 02.jpg
Old State Bank in Decatur
Propulsion and Structural Test Facility, Gen. George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, in Huntsville Propulsion and Structural Test Facility.jpg
Propulsion and Structural Test Facility, Gen. George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, in Huntsville
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Hale County St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in 2011.JPG
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Hale County

Autauga County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Bell House
Bell House Bell House Prattville March 2010 01.jpg
Bell House
February 12, 1999
(#99000150)
550 Upper Kingston Rd.
32°28′17″N86°28′40″W / 32.471389°N 86.477778°W / 32.471389; -86.477778 (Bell House)
Prattville Queen Anne style house built in 1893
2 Daniel Pratt Historic District
Daniel Pratt Historic District Downtown Prattville March 2010 01.jpg
Daniel Pratt Historic District
August 30, 1984
(#84000596)
Roughly bounded by Northington Rd. and 1st, 6th, Bridge, and Court Sts.
32°27′41″N86°28′20″W / 32.461389°N 86.472222°W / 32.461389; -86.472222 (Daniel Pratt Historic District)
Prattville
3 Lassiter House
Lassiter House Lassiter House 02.JPG
Lassiter House
July 17, 1997
(#97000651)
County Road 15, 0.5 miles north of its junction with State Route 14
32°28′20″N86°48′18″W / 32.472222°N 86.805°W / 32.472222; -86.805 (Lassiter House)
Autaugaville An I-house from 1825
4 Montgomery-Janes-Whittaker House
Montgomery-Janes-Whittaker House Buena Vista Prattville March 2010 02.jpg
Montgomery-Janes-Whittaker House
October 25, 1974
(#74000396)
South of Prattville off State Route 14
32°25′28″N86°27′07″W / 32.424444°N 86.451944°W / 32.424444; -86.451944 (Montgomery-Janes-Whittaker House)
Prattville
5 Mount Sinai School
Mount Sinai School Mount Sinai School Autauga County July 2011 1.jpg
Mount Sinai School
November 29, 2001
(#01001296)
1820 County Road 57
32°33′01″N86°32′43″W / 32.550278°N 86.545278°W / 32.550278; -86.545278 (Mount Sinai School)
Prattville

Baldwin County

Barbour County

Bibb County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Blocton Italian Catholic Cemetery
Blocton Italian Catholic Cemetery Blocton Italian Catholic Cemetery 19.JPG
Blocton Italian Catholic Cemetery
April 22, 1999
(#99000464)
Primitive Ridge Rd.
33°06′46″N87°06′49″W / 33.112778°N 87.113611°W / 33.112778; -87.113611 (Blocton Italian Catholic Cemetery)
West Blocton
2 Brierfield Furnace
Brierfield Furnace Brierfield Furnace.jpg
Brierfield Furnace
November 20, 1974
(#74000401)
West of Brierfield
33°02′41″N86°55′45″W / 33.044722°N 86.929167°W / 33.044722; -86.929167 (Brierfield Furnace)
Brierfield
3 Centreville Historic District
Centreville Historic District Bibb County, Alabama courthouse.jpg
Centreville Historic District
October 19, 1978
(#78000482)
Walnut St., East and West Court Sq.
32°56′41″N87°08′13″W / 32.944722°N 87.136944°W / 32.944722; -87.136944 (Centreville Historic District)
Centreville
4 Davidson-Smitherman House
Davidson-Smitherman House Davidson-Smitherman House in Centreville.jpg
Davidson-Smitherman House
January 6, 1988
(#87001552)
167 3rd Ave.
32°56′34″N87°08′01″W / 32.942778°N 87.133611°W / 32.942778; -87.133611 (Davidson-Smitherman House)
Centreville
5 Sarah Amanda Trott McKinney House May 29, 1992
(#92000626)
State Route 25 between Montevallo and Centreville
33°00′25″N87°00′18″W / 33.006944°N 87.005°W / 33.006944; -87.005 (Sarah Amanda Trott McKinney House)
Sixmile
6 Montebrier
Montebrier Gate at Montebrier.jpg
Montebrier
April 2, 1973
(#73000331)
North of Brierfield on Mahan Creek
33°02′32″N86°54′11″W / 33.042222°N 86.903056°W / 33.042222; -86.903056 (Montebrier)
Brierfield

Blount County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Easley Covered Bridge
Easley Covered Bridge EasleyCB.jpg
Easley Covered Bridge
August 20, 1981
(#81000125)
Spans Dub Branch
33°58′15″N86°31′06″W / 33.970833°N 86.518333°W / 33.970833; -86.518333 (Easley Covered Bridge)
Oneonta
2 Robert G. Griffith Sr. House
Robert G. Griffith Sr. House Robert G. Griffith Sr. House April 2015.jpg
Robert G. Griffith Sr. House
March 14, 2000
(#00000143)
1204 County Road 25
34°12′38″N86°28′38″W / 34.210556°N 86.477222°W / 34.210556; -86.477222 (Robert G. Griffith Sr. House)
Summit
3 Horton Mill Covered Bridge
Horton Mill Covered Bridge HortonMillCB.jpg
Horton Mill Covered Bridge
December 29, 1970
(#70000099)
5 miles (8 km) north of Oneonta on Route 3
34°00′58″N86°26′55″W / 34.016111°N 86.448611°W / 34.016111; -86.448611 (Horton Mill Covered Bridge)
Oneonta
4 Nectar Covered Bridge
Nectar Covered Bridge Nectar Bridge.jpg
Nectar Covered Bridge
August 20, 1981
(#81000124)
8 miles southwest of Nectar
33°57′22″N86°37′34″W / 33.956111°N 86.626111°W / 33.956111; -86.626111 (Nectar Covered Bridge)
Nectar Bridge burned down on June 13, 1993. [7]
5 Swann Covered Bridge
Swann Covered Bridge SwannCB.jpg
Swann Covered Bridge
August 20, 1981
(#81000123)
West of Cleveland
33°59′50″N86°36′06″W / 33.997222°N 86.601667°W / 33.997222; -86.601667 (Swann Covered Bridge)
Cleveland

Bullock County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Bullock County Courthouse Historic District
Bullock County Courthouse Historic District Bullock County Courthouse.jpg
Bullock County Courthouse Historic District
October 8, 1976
(#76000312)
N. Prairie St.
32°08′43″N85°42′59″W / 32.145278°N 85.716389°W / 32.145278; -85.716389 (Bullock County Courthouse Historic District)
Union Springs
2 Foster House
Foster House Mrs. Hugh Foster House, 201 Kennon Street, Union Springs (Bullock County, Alabama).jpg
Foster House
August 14, 1998
(#98001021)
201 Kennon St.
32°08′41″N85°43′17″W / 32.144722°N 85.721389°W / 32.144722; -85.721389 (Foster House)
Union Springs
3 Merritt School
Merritt School Merritt Rosenwald School Midway Alabama.JPG
Merritt School
February 20, 1998
(#98000110)
Old Troy Rd., 0.5 miles south of U.S. Route 82
32°04′29″N85°32′03″W / 32.074722°N 85.534167°W / 32.074722; -85.534167 (Merritt School)
Midway The Old Merritt School is a Rosenwald School that was built in 1922.
4 Sardis Baptist Church
Sardis Baptist Church Sardis Baptist Church Union Springs Alabama.JPG
Sardis Baptist Church
November 29, 2001
(#01001299)
State Route 223S at its junction with County Road 22
32°05′18″N85°45′44″W / 32.088333°N 85.762222°W / 32.088333; -85.762222 (Sardis Baptist Church)
Union Springs The Sardis Baptist Church was founded on June 10, 1837. The present building was erected in 1850.

Butler County

Calhoun County

Chambers County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Bethlehem Baptist Church
Bethlehem Baptist Church River and Whites Mill, Valley.jpg
Bethlehem Baptist Church
December 7, 2017
(#100001875)
Southern corner of River and White's Mill Rds.
32°47′19″N85°10′35″W / 32.788611°N 85.176389°W / 32.788611; -85.176389 (Bethlehem Baptist Church)
Valley
2 Chambers County Courthouse Square Historic District
Chambers County Courthouse Square Historic District Chambers County, AL Courthouse (NRHP).JPG
Chambers County Courthouse Square Historic District
March 27, 1980
(#80000682)
Roughly bounded by Alabama and 2nd Aves. and 1st St.
32°53′58″N85°24′03″W / 32.899444°N 85.400833°W / 32.899444; -85.400833 (Chambers County Courthouse Square Historic District)
La Fayette
3 County Line Baptist Church
County Line Baptist Church County Line Baptist Church Dudleyville Alabama.JPG
County Line Baptist Church
August 19, 1982
(#82002001)
East of Dudleyville
32°55′04″N85°35′23″W / 32.917778°N 85.589722°W / 32.917778; -85.589722 (County Line Baptist Church)
Dudleyville Erected c. 1890
4 Fairfax Historic District
Fairfax Historic District Fairfax Historic District; Valley, AL.JPG
Fairfax Historic District
September 24, 1999
(#99001177)
Roughly bounded by River Rd., Spring St., Lanier St., Denson St., Combs St., and Cussetta Rd.
32°47′35″N85°10′51″W / 32.793056°N 85.180833°W / 32.793056; -85.180833 (Fairfax Historic District)
Valley
5 Langdale Historic District
Langdale Historic District Langdale Mill; Langdale Historic District; Valley, Alabama.JPG
Langdale Historic District
November 12, 1999
(#99001299)
Roughly bounded by 65th St., 20th Ave., 61st, 58th, and 55th Sts., 16th Ave., and the Chattahoochee River
32°48′43″N85°10′13″W / 32.811944°N 85.170278°W / 32.811944; -85.170278 (Langdale Historic District)
Valley
6 New Hope Rosenwald School
New Hope Rosenwald School New Hope Rosenwald School Fredonia Alabama.JPG
New Hope Rosenwald School
November 29, 2001
(#01001297)
2.25 miles southeast of U.S. Route 431 on County Road 267
32°56′36″N85°17′08″W / 32.943333°N 85.285556°W / 32.943333; -85.285556 (New Hope Rosenwald School)
Fredonia
7 Ernest McCarty Oliver House January 21, 1974
(#74000402)
LaFayette St., N./U.S. Route 431
32°54′24″N85°24′09″W / 32.906580°N 85.402389°W / 32.906580; -85.402389 (Ernest McCarty Oliver House)
La Fayette Large Victorian brick house, built from brick fired on site, facing east onto LaFayette St. N.
8 Riverview Historic District
Riverview Historic District Riverdale Mill; Riverview Historic District.JPG
Riverview Historic District
November 12, 1999
(#99001300)
Roughly bounded by School and G.I. Sts., the Chattahoochee River, and along California St.
32°47′14″N85°08′45″W / 32.787222°N 85.145833°W / 32.787222; -85.145833 (Riverview Historic District)
River View
9 Shawmut Historic District
Shawmut Historic District Shawmut Historic District; Valley, Alabama.JPG
Shawmut Historic District
September 24, 1999
(#99001176)
Roughly bounded by 25th Boulevard, 29th Boulevard, 20th Ave., 35th St., and 38th Boulevard
32°50′25″N85°11′00″W / 32.840278°N 85.183333°W / 32.840278; -85.183333 (Shawmut Historic District)
Valley
10 Vines Funeral Home and Ambulance Service
Vines Funeral Home and Ambulance Service Vines Funeral Home and Ambulance Service Lafayette, Alabama.JPG
Vines Funeral Home and Ambulance Service
October 15, 2008
(#08000434)
211 B St. SW.
32°53′30″N85°24′14″W / 32.891667°N 85.403889°W / 32.891667; -85.403889 (Vines Funeral Home and Ambulance Service)
La Fayette

Cherokee County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Cornwall Furnace
Cornwall Furnace Cornwall Furnace (Cedar Bluff, Alabama).JPG
Cornwall Furnace
September 27, 1972
(#72000158)
2 miles (3.2 km) north of Cedar Bluff
34°14′49″N85°35′19″W / 34.24688°N 85.58848°W / 34.24688; -85.58848 (Cornwall Furnace)
Cedar Bluff

Chilton County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Gragg Field Historic District
Gragg Field Historic District Gragg Field historic hangars July 2011 2.jpg
Gragg Field Historic District
June 2, 2004
(#04000557)
700 Airport Rd.
32°50′57″N86°36′35″W / 32.849167°N 86.609722°W / 32.849167; -86.609722 (Gragg Field Historic District)
Clanton Constructed in 1937 as part of the New Deal's Works Progress Administration. In 1948, the airport acquired a hangar once used to house the planes of the famous "Tuskegee Airmen" of the United States Army Air Corps in World War II.
2 Verbena
Verbena Hornady House Verbena July 2011 1.jpg
Verbena
January 19, 1976
(#76002238)
U.S. Route 31
32°45′13″N86°30′38″W / 32.753611°N 86.510556°W / 32.753611; -86.510556 (Verbena)
Verbena Used by Montgomery socialites in the 1870s (including poet, Sidney Lanier, of Baltimore) as a summer safe haven from outbreaks of yellow fever. They brought with them the money required to build the elaborate homes still present today in the town of Verbena.
3 Walker-Klinner Farm
Walker-Klinner Farm Walker-Klinner Farm Feb 2012 01.jpg
Walker-Klinner Farm
October 15, 1987
(#87001849)
3.5 miles east of Maplesville on State Route 22
32°48′09″N86°48′25″W / 32.8025°N 86.806944°W / 32.8025; -86.806944 (Walker-Klinner Farm)
Maplesville Built by the Walker family in 1890, this two-story Eastlake-style home is at the center of a historic 1,600-acre (650 ha) farm that was established during the 1850s. The property is currently owned by the Klinner family.

Choctaw County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Mount Sterling Methodist Church
Mount Sterling Methodist Church Mount Sterling Methodist Church at Mt. Sterling, AL.jpg
Mount Sterling Methodist Church
May 8, 1986
(#86000995)
Near the junction of County Roads 27 and 43
32°05′28″N88°09′49″W / 32.091111°N 88.163611°W / 32.091111; -88.163611 (Mount Sterling Methodist Church)
Mount Sterling

Clarke County

Clay County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Hugo Black House October 9, 1973
(#73000334)
S. 2nd St., E. (State Route 77)
33°15′44″N85°50′00″W / 33.262222°N 85.833333°W / 33.262222; -85.833333 (Hugo Black House)
Ashland "It was torn down many, many years ago after it had become a dilapidated structure." Donna J. Bennett Asst. City Clerk City of Ashland
2 Clay County Courthouse
Clay County Courthouse Clay County AL Courthouse small.jpg
Clay County Courthouse
November 21, 1976
(#76000316)
Courthouse Sq.
33°16′27″N85°50′09″W / 33.274167°N 85.835833°W / 33.274167; -85.835833 (Clay County Courthouse)
Ashland

Cleburne County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Cleburne County Courthouse
Cleburne County Courthouse Cleburne County Alabama Courthouse 2012.JPG
Cleburne County Courthouse
June 22, 1976
(#76000317)
Vickory St.
33°38′58″N85°35′17″W / 33.649444°N 85.588056°W / 33.649444; -85.588056 (Cleburne County Courthouse)
Heflin
2 Cleburne County High School August 13, 2018
(#100002763)
911 Willoughby St.
33°38′40″N85°35′08″W / 33.644471°N 85.585527°W / 33.644471; -85.585527 (Cleburne County High School)
Heflin The old county high school building.
3 John Morgan House
John Morgan House John Morgan House; Heflin, AL.JPG
John Morgan House
August 5, 1993
(#93000762)
321 Ross St.
33°38′51″N85°35′13″W / 33.6475°N 85.586944°W / 33.6475; -85.586944 (John Morgan House)
Heflin
4 Shoal Creek Church
Shoal Creek Church Shoal Creek Church Edwardsville Alabama.JPG
Shoal Creek Church
December 4, 1974
(#74000404)
On Forest Service Road 533 in the Talladega National Forest, 4 miles (6.4 km) northwest of Edwardsville
33°46′32″N85°33′50″W / 33.775556°N 85.563889°W / 33.775556; -85.563889 (Shoal Creek Church)
Edwardsville

Coffee County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Boll Weevil Monument
Boll Weevil Monument Boll weevil monument.jpg
Boll Weevil Monument
April 26, 1973
(#73000336)
Main and College Sts.
31°18′52″N85°51′14″W / 31.314444°N 85.853889°W / 31.314444; -85.853889 (Boll Weevil Monument)
Enterprise
2 Coffee County Courthouse
Coffee County Courthouse Coffee County Courthouse.jpg
Coffee County Courthouse
May 8, 1973
(#73000335)
Courthouse Sq.
31°24′45″N86°03′44″W / 31.4125°N 86.062222°W / 31.4125; -86.062222 (Coffee County Courthouse)
Elba
3 Pea River Power Company Hydroelectric Facility August 1, 1984
(#84000602)
South of Elba
31°21′47″N86°05′40″W / 31.363085°N 86.094498°W / 31.363085; -86.094498 (Pea River Power Company Hydroelectric Facility)
Elba
4 Rawls Hotel
Rawls Hotel Rawls Hotel, Enterprise.JPG
Rawls Hotel
September 17, 1980
(#80000684)
116 S. Main St.
31°18′16″N85°51′15″W / 31.304444°N 85.854167°W / 31.304444; -85.854167 (Rawls Hotel)
Enterprise
5 Seaboard Coastline Depot
Seaboard Coastline Depot Depot Museum Enterprise Alabama.jpg
Seaboard Coastline Depot
August 7, 1974
(#74000405)
Corner of Railroad and W. College Sts.
31°18′47″N85°51′15″W / 31.313056°N 85.854167°W / 31.313056; -85.854167 (Seaboard Coastline Depot)
Enterprise Originally built by Alabama Midland Railway, it currently houses Enterprise's Depot Museum.

Colbert County

Conecuh County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Evergreen School
Evergreen School Evergreen School Dec 2017 5.jpg
Evergreen School
June 22, 2016
(#16000398)
100 City School Dr.
31°26′09″N86°57′03″W / 31.43594°N 86.95092°W / 31.43594; -86.95092 (Evergreen School)
Evergreen
2 Asa Johnston Farmhouse
Asa Johnston Farmhouse Asa Johnston Farmhouse Oct 2014 2.jpg
Asa Johnston Farmhouse
May 21, 2008
(#08000455)
County Road 29 0.6 miles northwest of its junction with County Road 6
31°17′07″N86°52′01″W / 31.285311°N 86.866909°W / 31.285311; -86.866909 (Asa Johnston Farmhouse)
Johnsonville
3 Louisville and Nashville Depot
Louisville and Nashville Depot Evergreen Depot Dec 2012 3.jpg
Louisville and Nashville Depot
April 3, 1975
(#75000308)
Southwestern end of Front St.
31°26′02″N86°57′31″W / 31.433889°N 86.958611°W / 31.433889; -86.958611 (Louisville and Nashville Depot)
Evergreen
4 New Evergreen Commercial Historic District
New Evergreen Commercial Historic District West Front Street Evergreen Dec 2012.jpg
New Evergreen Commercial Historic District
January 21, 1994
(#93001542)
Roughly bounded by Mill, Cooper, Rural, Court, Liberty, E. Front, Cary, and Despious Sts.
31°26′03″N86°57′17″W / 31.434202°N 86.954738°W / 31.434202; -86.954738 (New Evergreen Commercial Historic District)
Evergreen

Coosa County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Coosa County Jail
Coosa County Jail Coosa County Alabama Jail.JPG
Coosa County Jail
June 20, 1974
(#74000407)
Off State Route 22
32°53′25″N86°13′13″W / 32.890278°N 86.220278°W / 32.890278; -86.220278 (Coosa County Jail)
Rockford

Former listing

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listedDate removedLocationCity or townSummary
1 Oakachoy Covered Bridge June 14, 1990
(#90000928)
September 23, 2001Over Oakachoy Cr. W of SR 259
Nixburg vicinityBridge burned down on June 2, 2001.

Covington County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Andalusia Commercial Historic District
Andalusia Commercial Historic District 201 South Three Notch Street Andalusia Oct 2014.jpg
Andalusia Commercial Historic District
January 26, 1989
(#88003238)
Roughly bounded by Coffee St., the former Seaboard Coast Line railroad tracks, and S. Three Notch St.
31°18′23″N86°28′51″W / 31.306467°N 86.480872°W / 31.306467; -86.480872 (Andalusia Commercial Historic District)
Andalusia
2 Avant House
Avant House Avant House Andalusia Oct 2014 1.jpg
Avant House
February 16, 1996
(#96000046)
909 Sanford Rd.
31°19′05″N86°26′45″W / 31.318056°N 86.445833°W / 31.318056; -86.445833 (Avant House)
Andalusia
3 Bank of Andalusia
Bank of Andalusia Bank of Andalusia Oct 2014 2.jpg
Bank of Andalusia
January 28, 1989
(#88003239)
28 S. Court Sq.
31°18′27″N86°28′56″W / 31.3075°N 86.482222°W / 31.3075; -86.482222 (Bank of Andalusia)
Andalusia
4 Central of Georgia Depot
Central of Georgia Depot Three Notch Museum Oct 2014 1.jpg
Central of Georgia Depot
August 30, 1984
(#84000606)
125 Central St.
31°18′24″N86°28′50″W / 31.306667°N 86.480556°W / 31.306667; -86.480556 (Central of Georgia Depot)
Andalusia
5 Covington County Courthouse and Jail
Covington County Courthouse and Jail Covington County Alabama Courthouse Oct 2014 2.jpg
Covington County Courthouse and Jail
January 28, 1989
(#88003240)
101 N. Court Sq.
31°18′31″N86°28′56″W / 31.308611°N 86.482222°W / 31.308611; -86.482222 (Covington County Courthouse and Jail)
Andalusia
6 First National Bank Building
First National Bank Building First National Bank Building Andalusia Oct 2014 1.jpg
First National Bank Building
August 26, 1982
(#82002006)
101 S. Cotton St.
31°18′27″N86°28′55″W / 31.3075°N 86.481944°W / 31.3075; -86.481944 (First National Bank Building)
Andalusia
7 Florala Historic District December 21, 2010
(#10001050)
23216-24310 Fifth Ave., N. Fifth St., 519-1189 S. Fifth St., 1113-1115 Fourth St., 22510-22664 Wall St.
31°00′21″N86°19′42″W / 31.005833°N 86.328333°W / 31.005833; -86.328333 (Florala Historic District)
Florala
8 J.W. Shreve Addition Historic District
J.W. Shreve Addition Historic District J.W. Shreve House Oct 2014 2.jpg
J.W. Shreve Addition Historic District
September 9, 2009
(#09000692)
115-300 6th Ave., 302-425 College St., and 403-505 E. Three Notch St.
31°18′38″N86°28′38″W / 31.310567°N 86.477236°W / 31.310567; -86.477236 (J.W. Shreve Addition Historic District)
Andalusia
9 Opp Commercial Historic District October 29, 2001
(#01001164)
Roughly bounded by Covington Ave. and Hart, Main, Whaley, and College Sts.
31°16′55″N86°15′14″W / 31.282039°N 86.253939°W / 31.282039; -86.253939 (Opp Commercial Historic District)
Opp
10 William T. Shepard House August 14, 1973
(#73000339)
Poley Rd.
31°16′44″N86°17′50″W / 31.278889°N 86.297222°W / 31.278889; -86.297222 (William T. Shepard House)
Opp Destroyed by fire in 1976. [8]

Crenshaw County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Brantley Historic District
Brantley Historic District Brantley, Alabama Historic District.JPG
Brantley Historic District
June 2, 2004
(#04000558)
Roughly bounded by Sasser St., Fulton Ave., Peachtree St., and Wyatt, and the former Central of Georgia railroad line
31°34′57″N86°15′26″W / 31.582401°N 86.257193°W / 31.582401; -86.257193 (Brantley Historic District)
Brantley
2 Kirkpatrick House
Kirkpatrick House Kirkpatrick House; Highland Home, Alabama.JPG
Kirkpatrick House
February 25, 1975
(#75000309)
West of Highland Home on U.S. Route 331
31°57′10″N86°18′52″W / 31.952778°N 86.314444°W / 31.952778; -86.314444 (Kirkpatrick House)
Highland Home Circa 1869
3 Luverne Historic District
Luverne Historic District Luverne, Alabama Historic District.JPG
Luverne Historic District
January 14, 2005
(#04000926)
Bounded by 1st, 6th Sts., Legrande, Glenwood, Folmar, and Hawkins Aves.
31°42′55″N86°15′50″W / 31.715312°N 86.263801°W / 31.715312; -86.263801 (Luverne Historic District)
Luverne

Cullman County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Ave Maria Grotto
Ave Maria Grotto St. Peters Church in Rome, Ave Maria Grotto, Cullman (Cullman County, Alabama).jpg
Ave Maria Grotto
January 19, 1984
(#84000610)
St. Bernard Abbey
34°10′28″N86°48′58″W / 34.174444°N 86.816111°W / 34.174444; -86.816111 (Ave Maria Grotto)
Cullman
2 Clarkson Bridge
Clarkson Bridge ClarksonCB.jpg
Clarkson Bridge
June 25, 1974
(#74000408)
West of Cullman
34°12′27″N86°59′28″W / 34.2075°N 86.991111°W / 34.2075; -86.991111 (Clarkson Bridge)
Cullman
3 Crane Hill Masonic Lodge
Crane Hill Masonic Lodge Crane Hill Masonic Lodge in 2008.jpg
Crane Hill Masonic Lodge
November 29, 2001
(#01001294)
14538 County Road 222
34°05′49″N87°03′16″W / 34.097083°N 87.0545°W / 34.097083; -87.0545 (Crane Hill Masonic Lodge)
Crane Hill
4 Cullman Downtown Commercial Historic District
Cullman Downtown Commercial Historic District 300s 3rd Avenue SE Cullman July 2012.jpg
Cullman Downtown Commercial Historic District
April 11, 1985
(#85000738)
Roughly bounded by 4th and 1st Aves. and 2nd and 5th Sts., SE.
34°10′33″N86°50′24″W / 34.175826°N 86.840036°W / 34.175826; -86.840036 (Cullman Downtown Commercial Historic District)
Cullman
5 Cullman Historic District
Cullman Historic District Stiefelmeyer-Allred House July 2012 02.jpg
Cullman Historic District
August 30, 1984
(#84000615)
Roughly bounded by 1st and 8th Aves. and 3rd and 9th Sts.
34°10′26″N86°49′58″W / 34.173855°N 86.832762°W / 34.173855; -86.832762 (Cullman Historic District)
Cullman
6 Ernest Edward Greene House
Ernest Edward Greene House Ernest Edward Greene House July 2012 01.jpg
Ernest Edward Greene House
February 3, 1993
(#92001828)
105 6th Ave., SE.
34°10′45″N86°50′16″W / 34.179167°N 86.837778°W / 34.179167; -86.837778 (Ernest Edward Greene House)
Cullman
7 Louisville and Nashville Railroad Depot
Louisville and Nashville Railroad Depot Cullman L&N Depot July 2012 03.jpg
Louisville and Nashville Railroad Depot
June 17, 1976
(#76000320)
309 1st Ave., NE.
34°10′48″N86°50′39″W / 34.18°N 86.844167°W / 34.18; -86.844167 (Louisville and Nashville Railroad Depot)
Cullman
8 Shady Grove Methodist Church and Cemetery
Shady Grove Methodist Church and Cemetery Shady Grove Methodist Church.JPG
Shady Grove Methodist Church and Cemetery
October 3, 2002
(#02001067)
Ruby Community 3.7 miles west of Logan
34°08′29″N87°02′08″W / 34.141389°N 87.035556°W / 34.141389; -87.035556 (Shady Grove Methodist Church and Cemetery)
Logan
9 Stiefelmeyer's
Stiefelmeyer's Stiefelmeyer's July 2012 02.jpg
Stiefelmeyer's
December 22, 1983
(#83003444)
202 1st Ave., SE.
34°10′35″N86°50′32″W / 34.176389°N 86.842222°W / 34.176389; -86.842222 (Stiefelmeyer's)
Cullman

Dale County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Claybank Log Church
Claybank Log Church ClaybankLogChurchOzarkAL.jpg
Claybank Log Church
November 7, 1976
(#76000321)
E. Andrews Ave.
31°26′48″N85°39′41″W / 31.446667°N 85.661389°W / 31.446667; -85.661389 (Claybank Log Church)
Ozark
2 Samuel Lawson Dowling House May 30, 1996
(#96000594)
311 Owens St.
31°27′25″N85°38′30″W / 31.456944°N 85.641667°W / 31.456944; -85.641667 (Samuel Lawson Dowling House)
Ozark
3 J. D. Holman House February 19, 1982
(#82002007)
409 E. Broad St.
31°27′35″N85°38′14″W / 31.459722°N 85.637222°W / 31.459722; -85.637222 (J. D. Holman House)
Ozark
4 Oates-Reynolds Memorial Building June 13, 1974
(#74000409)
Oates St.
31°19′51″N85°35′46″W / 31.330833°N 85.596111°W / 31.330833; -85.596111 (Oates-Reynolds Memorial Building)
Newton

Dallas County

DeKalb County

Elmore County

Escambia County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Brewton Historic Commercial District
Brewton Historic Commercial District Brewton Commercial Historic District Oct 2014 2.jpg
Brewton Historic Commercial District
March 15, 1982
(#82002013)
U.S. Route 31 and State Route 3
31°06′15″N87°04′19″W / 31.104152°N 87.07194°W / 31.104152; -87.07194 (Brewton Historic Commercial District)
Brewton
2 Commercial Hotel-Hart Hotel
Commercial Hotel-Hart Hotel Cary and Palafox in Flomaton, hotel site.jpg
Commercial Hotel-Hart Hotel
May 22, 1986
(#86001160)
120 Palafox St.
31°00′00″N87°15′34″W / 31.000000°N 87.259444°W / 31.000000; -87.259444 (Commercial Hotel-Hart Hotel)
Flomaton Demolished as of October 2014

Etowah County

Fayette County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Fayette County Courthouse Historic District
Fayette County Courthouse Historic District Fayette County Alabama Courthouse.jpg
Fayette County Courthouse Historic District
April 30, 1976
(#76000326)
Roughly the area between Peyton and Caine Sts., and Luxapalilla St. and the railroad tracks
33°41′05″N87°49′52″W / 33.68472°N 87.83111°W / 33.68472; -87.83111 (Fayette County Courthouse Historic District)
Fayette Boundary increase on 2014-03-26
2 John Clifford Grimsley House August 3, 2018
(#16000834)
432 10th St.
33°41′51″N87°49′59″W / 33.6976°N 87.8331°W / 33.6976; -87.8331 (John Clifford Grimsley House)
Fayette
3 Edward Rose House August 22, 1995
(#95001020)
325 2nd Ave., NW.
33°41′17″N87°50′02″W / 33.688056°N 87.833889°W / 33.688056; -87.833889 (Edward Rose House)
Fayette

Franklin County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Alabama Iron Works August 3, 1977
(#77000203)
South of Russellville off U.S. Route 43
34°27′53″N87°46′40″W / 34.464722°N 87.777778°W / 34.464722; -87.777778 (Alabama Iron Works)
Russellville
2 Overton Farm
Overton Farm OVERTON FARM, FRANKLIN COUNTY, AL.jpg
Overton Farm
October 3, 1973
(#73000344)
4 miles (6.4 km) northwest of Hodges
34°23′05″N87°57′30″W / 34.384722°N 87.958333°W / 34.384722; -87.958333 (Overton Farm)
Hodges
3 Russellville Commercial Historic District January 29, 2019
(#100003123)
Along sections of Jackson & Coffee Aves., Lawrence, Lauderdale & Madison Sts.
34°30′19″N87°43′49″W / 34.5052°N 87.7303°W / 34.5052; -87.7303 (Russellville Commercial Historic District)
Russellville

Geneva County

There are no sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Geneva County.

Greene County

Hale County

Henry County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Kennedy House
Kennedy House Bethune-Kennedy House Abbeville, Alabama.JPG
Kennedy House
January 5, 1978
(#78000489)
300 Kirkland St.
31°34′02″N85°15′03″W / 31.567222°N 85.250833°W / 31.567222; -85.250833 (Kennedy House)
Abbeville This rare, dual front door, double pen Creole cottage was constructed c. 1840 and is the oldest remaining structure in Abbeville.
2 Oates House March 17, 1989
(#89000164)
302 Kirkland St.
31°34′01″N85°15′02″W / 31.566944°N 85.250556°W / 31.566944; -85.250556 (Oates House)
Abbeville
3 Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Depot September 4, 1980
(#80000687)
Broad St.
31°21′13″N85°20′33″W / 31.353611°N 85.3425°W / 31.353611; -85.3425 (Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Depot)
Headland This building has been disassembled. No part of the structure survives.

Houston County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Alabama Midland Railway Depot September 12, 1985
(#85002163)
Midland St.
31°10′58″N85°14′15″W / 31.182778°N 85.2375°W / 31.182778; -85.2375 (Alabama Midland Railway Depot)
Ashford
2 Atlantic Coastline Railroad Passenger Depot January 21, 1994
(#93001519)
Junction of Powell St. and Headland Ave.
31°13′50″N85°23′30″W / 31.230556°N 85.391667°W / 31.230556; -85.391667 (Atlantic Coastline Railroad Passenger Depot)
Dothan
3 Dothan Municipal Light and Water Plant
Dothan Municipal Light and Water Plant Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan, Alabama.jpg
Dothan Municipal Light and Water Plant
October 3, 1991
(#90001315)
126 N. College St.
31°13′28″N85°23′20″W / 31.224444°N 85.388889°W / 31.224444; -85.388889 (Dothan Municipal Light and Water Plant)
Dothan
4 Dothan Opera House
Dothan Opera House Dothan Opera House.JPG
Dothan Opera House
December 16, 1977
(#77000204)
103 N. St. Andrews St.
31°13′26″N85°23′29″W / 31.223889°N 85.391389°W / 31.223889; -85.391389 (Dothan Opera House)
Dothan
5 Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse Federal Building and United States Courthouse, Dothan.JPG
Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
December 31, 1974
(#74000412)
100 W. Troy St.
31°13′31″N85°23′33″W / 31.225278°N 85.3925°W / 31.225278; -85.3925 (Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse)
Dothan
6 Howell School June 26, 2013
(#13000406)
408 E. Newton St.
31°13′43″N85°23′18″W / 31.22853°N 85.38846°W / 31.22853; -85.38846 (Howell School)
Dothan
7 Main Street Commercial District
Main Street Commercial District Colby Building, Dothan.JPG
Main Street Commercial District
April 21, 1983
(#83002984)
E. Main, Foster, St. Andrews, Crawford, and Troy Sts.; also roughly bounded by Museum Ave., Crawford, Oates, Newton & College Sts.
31°13′24″N85°23′31″W / 31.223333°N 85.391944°W / 31.223333; -85.391944 (Main Street Commercial District)
Dothan Second set of addresses represents a boundary increase approved August 13, 2018.
8 Purcell-Killingsworth House
Purcell-Killingsworth House Purcell-Killingsworth House.JPG
Purcell-Killingsworth House
December 16, 1982
(#82001616)
Main St.
31°17′49″N85°06′40″W / 31.296944°N 85.111111°W / 31.296944; -85.111111 (Purcell-Killingsworth House)
Columbia This Victorian mansion, also known as "Traveler's Rest", was completed in 1890.
9 Water Works Standpipe December 13, 2016
(#16000835)
Intersection of East Powell and North Saint Andrews St., .5 mi. north of Main St.
31°13′49″N85°23′31″W / 31.230293°N 85.391863°W / 31.230293; -85.391863 (Water Works Standpipe)
Dothan

Jackson County

Jefferson County

Lamar County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 James Greer Bankhead House
James Greer Bankhead House James Greer Bankhead House (Sulligent, Alabama).jpg
James Greer Bankhead House
February 13, 1975
(#75000316)
Wolf Rd.
33°54′17″N88°07′18″W / 33.904722°N 88.121667°W / 33.904722; -88.121667 (James Greer Bankhead House)
Sulligent

Lauderdale County

Lawrence County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Archeological Site No. 1LA102 December 14, 1985
(#85003117)
Address Restricted
Haleyville
2 Boxwood Plantation Slave Quarter
Boxwood Plantation Slave Quarter Boxwood Plantation Slave Quarter Apr 2017 02.jpg
Boxwood Plantation Slave Quarter
July 10, 2013
(#13000470)
20416 AL 20
34°38′02″N87°06′49″W / 34.633966°N 87.113708°W / 34.633966; -87.113708 (Boxwood Plantation Slave Quarter)
Courtland
3 Bride's Hill
Bride's Hill Bride's Hill, Lawrence County, AL.JPG
Bride's Hill
July 9, 1986
(#86001544)
Lock Rd.
34°40′13″N87°14′40″W / 34.670278°N 87.244444°W / 34.670278; -87.244444 (Bride's Hill)
Wheeler
4 Courtland Historic District
Courtland Historic District A. F. Rebman and Company Building Apr 2017.jpg
Courtland Historic District
May 13, 1991
(#91000597)
Roughly bounded by Clinton, Madison, Van Buren, Jefferson, Ussery, Tennessee, Monroe and Academy Sts.
34°40′03″N87°18′34″W / 34.6675°N 87.309444°W / 34.6675; -87.309444 (Courtland Historic District)
Courtland Includes a boundary increase on June 26, 1998
5 Goode-Hall House
Goode-Hall House Saunders mansion.jpg
Goode-Hall House
October 1, 1974
(#74000418)
North of Town Creek off State Route 101
34°43′31″N87°23′24″W / 34.725278°N 87.39°W / 34.725278; -87.39 (Goode-Hall House)
Town Creek
6 Thomas Holland House
Thomas Holland House Thomas Holland Home c 1835-1997.png
Thomas Holland House
October 1, 1991
(#91001478)
Off Alternate U.S. Route 72 south of Hillsboro
34°35′45″N87°12′20″W / 34.59583°N 87.20556°W / 34.59583; -87.20556 (Thomas Holland House)
Hillsboro Destroyed by fire in 1997
7 Ice House
Ice House ICE HOUSE, LAWRENCE COUNTY, AL.jpg
Ice House
June 22, 2000
(#00000712)
844 Seminary St.
34°28′56″N87°17′24″W / 34.48224°N 87.289885°W / 34.48224; -87.289885 (Ice House)
Moulton
8 John McMahon House
John McMahon House McMahon Home 2013.jpg
John McMahon House
December 11, 1987
(#87001454)
Junction of South Lane and Jefferson St.
34°40′07″N87°18′21″W / 34.668611°N 87.305833°W / 34.668611; -87.305833 (John McMahon House)
Courtland
9 Moulton Courthouse Square Historic District
Moulton Courthouse Square Historic District Lawrence County Courthouse in Moulton, Alabama.JPG
Moulton Courthouse Square Historic District
August 14, 1998
(#98001026)
Roughly bounded by Lawrence, Main, Court, and Market Sts.
34°28′52″N87°17′30″W / 34.481111°N 87.291667°W / 34.481111; -87.291667 (Moulton Courthouse Square Historic District)
Moulton
10 Wheeler Hydroelectric Project
Wheeler Hydroelectric Project Wheeler Dam.jpg
Wheeler Hydroelectric Project
July 26, 2016
(#16000431)
24455 AL 101
34°48′22″N87°22′55″W / 34.80623°N 87.38188°W / 34.80623; -87.38188 (Wheeler Hydroelectric Project)
Rogersville
11 Joseph Wheeler Plantation
Joseph Wheeler Plantation Pond Spring Plantation 06.jpg
Joseph Wheeler Plantation
April 13, 1977
(#77000209)
East of Courtland off State Route 20
34°38′56″N87°15′21″W / 34.648889°N 87.255833°W / 34.648889; -87.255833 (Joseph Wheeler Plantation)
Wheeler

Lee County

Limestone County

Lowndes County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Calhoun School Principal's House
Calhoun School Principal's House Calhoun Colored School Principal's House 2012.JPG
Calhoun School Principal's House
March 26, 1976
(#76000340)
County Road 33
32°03′28″N86°32′58″W / 32.057778°N 86.549444°W / 32.057778; -86.549444 (Calhoun School Principal's House)
Letohatchee Founded in 1892, the Calhoun Colored School was a private boarding and day school developed according to the "Hampton-Tuskegee Model". The principal's house on County Route 33 is the last remaining structure from the original school.
2 Lowndes County Courthouse
Lowndes County Courthouse Lowndes County Courthouse.jpg
Lowndes County Courthouse
June 24, 1971
(#71000100)
Washington St.
32°11′01″N86°34′47″W / 32.18371°N 86.57977°W / 32.18371; -86.57977 (Lowndes County Courthouse)
Hayneville
3 Lowndesboro Historic District
Lowndesboro Historic District Meadowlawn Plantation Lowndesboro Alabama Historic District.JPG
Lowndesboro Historic District
December 12, 1973
(#73000356)
North of U.S. Route 80
32°17′14″N86°36′11″W / 32.287222°N 86.603056°W / 32.287222; -86.603056 (Lowndesboro Historic District)
Lowndesboro The Lowndesboro Historic District covers 1,800 acres, spread over the entire town, and contains 20 contributing properties, including Meadowlawn Plantation (pictured). Architectural styles include the Gothic Revival, Greek Revival, and other Victorian styles.
4 James Spullock Williamson House
James Spullock Williamson House James Spullock Williamson House.JPG
James Spullock Williamson House
January 5, 1989
(#88003123)
U.S. Route 31
32°01′29″N86°27′06″W / 32.024722°N 86.451667°W / 32.024722; -86.451667 (James Spullock Williamson House)
Sandy Ridge Greek Revival-style plantation home built in 1850. Also known as "Merry Oaks Farm".

Macon County

Madison County

Marengo County

Marion County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Ernest Baxter Fite House August 28, 1997
(#94001545)
Junction of Jackson Military Rd. and Thomas St.
34°08′00″N87°59′27″W / 34.133333°N 87.990833°W / 34.133333; -87.990833 (Ernest Baxter Fite House)
Hamilton
2 Pearce's Mill October 8, 1976
(#76000343)
East of Hamilton on State Route 253
34°07′19″N87°50′14″W / 34.121944°N 87.837222°W / 34.121944; -87.837222 (Pearce's Mill)
Hamilton

Marshall County

Mobile County

Monroe County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Dellet Plantation
Dellet Plantation Dellet Park 001.jpg
Dellet Plantation
September 2, 1994
(#93001517)
Along U.S. Route 84 on the western bank of the Alabama River
31°34′19″N87°32′39″W / 31.57195°N 87.54413°W / 31.57195; -87.54413 (Dellet Plantation)
Monroeville
2 Monroeville Downtown Historic District
Monroeville Downtown Historic District Monroe County Alabama Courthouse.jpg
Monroeville Downtown Historic District
September 16, 2009
(#09000606)
Parts of N. and S. Alabama Aves., E. and W. Claiborne St., N. and S. Mount Pleasant Aves., and Pineville Rd.
31°31′36″N87°19′26″W / 31.526589°N 87.323864°W / 31.526589; -87.323864 (Monroeville Downtown Historic District)
Monroeville
3 New Hope Baptist Church
New Hope Baptist Church Hope Baptist Church near Beatrice, AL.jpg
New Hope Baptist Church
July 7, 2005
(#05000646)
About 4 miles off County Road 50 near old Natchez
31°43′42″N87°15′40″W / 31.72844°N 87.26104°W / 31.72844; -87.26104 (New Hope Baptist Church)
Beatrice
4 Old Monroe County Courthouse
Old Monroe County Courthouse Monroe County Courthouse Marker.jpg
Old Monroe County Courthouse
April 26, 1973
(#73000366)
Courthouse Sq.
31°31′38″N87°19′27″W / 31.52709°N 87.32427°W / 31.52709; -87.32427 (Old Monroe County Courthouse)
Monroeville
5 Robbins Hotel
Robbins Hotel Robbins Hotel at Beatrice, AL.jpg
Robbins Hotel
August 26, 1987
(#87000858)
State Route 265
31°44′09″N87°12′35″W / 31.73581°N 87.20972°W / 31.73581; -87.20972 (Robbins Hotel)
Beatrice Destroyed by fire in 2012.

Montgomery County

Morgan County

Perry County

Pickens County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Aliceville Elementary and High School May 9, 1980
(#80000734)
420 3rd Ave., NE.
33°07′44″N88°08′49″W / 33.12901°N 88.14684°W / 33.12901; -88.14684 (Aliceville Elementary and High School)
Aliceville
2 Parks E. Ball House January 18, 1982
(#82002069)
Northwest of Aliceville
33°09′22″N88°11′42″W / 33.15604°N 88.19504°W / 33.15604; -88.19504 (Parks E. Ball House)
Aliceville
3 Hugh Wilson Hill House
Hugh Wilson Hill House HUGH WILSON HILL HOUSE, PICKENS COUNTY.jpg
Hugh Wilson Hill House
April 13, 1989
(#89000292)
201 Phoenix
33°15′46″N88°05′45″W / 33.26275°N 88.09579°W / 33.26275; -88.09579 (Hugh Wilson Hill House)
Carrollton
4 MONTGOMERY (snagboat)
MONTGOMERY (snagboat) Montgomery on the Apalachicola.jpg
MONTGOMERY (snagboat)
November 28, 1983
(#83003521)
Tom Bevill Visitor Center
33°12′44″N88°17′10″W / 33.21223°N 88.28604°W / 33.21223; -88.28604 (MONTGOMERY (snagboat))
Pickensville
5 Old Jail
Old Jail Old Jail.jpg
Old Jail
December 17, 1974
(#74000434)
Northeastern corner of the junction of Church St. and 1st Ave.
33°19′14″N87°54′14″W / 33.32049°N 87.90402°W / 33.32049; -87.90402 (Old Jail)
Gordo
6 Pickens County Courthouse
Pickens County Courthouse Pickens County Courthouse 2.jpg
Pickens County Courthouse
May 19, 1994
(#94000441)
Junction of State Route 17, Phoenix St. (County Road 35) and Tuscaloosa St. (State Route 86)
33°15′43″N88°05′42″W / 33.26193°N 88.09506°W / 33.26193; -88.09506 (Pickens County Courthouse)
Carrollton
7 Stewart-Blanton House May 23, 1985
(#85001130)
State Route 86
33°15′24″N88°09′28″W / 33.25653°N 88.15767°W / 33.25653; -88.15767 (Stewart-Blanton House)
Carrollton Building no more existing.

Pike County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 College Street Historic District
College Street Historic District COLLEGE STREET H.D., PIKE COUNTY.jpg
College Street Historic District
August 13, 1976
(#76000352)
W. College St. between Pine and Cherry Sts.
31°48′35″N85°58′31″W / 31.809722°N 85.975278°W / 31.809722; -85.975278 (College Street Historic District)
Troy
2 Troy High School August 30, 1984
(#84000721)
436 Elm St.
31°48′30″N85°57′56″W / 31.80842°N 85.96564°W / 31.80842; -85.96564 (Troy High School)
Troy The building was demolished in 2010. A public library is planned to be built on the site.

Randolph County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 McCosh Grist Mill
McCosh Grist Mill McCosh Grist Mill Randolph County Alabama.JPG
McCosh Grist Mill
November 21, 1976
(#76000353)
Southeast of Rock Mills on McCosh Mill Rd.
33°06′29″N85°14′06″W / 33.108056°N 85.235°W / 33.108056; -85.235 (McCosh Grist Mill)
Rock Mills
2 Roanoke Downtown Historic District
Roanoke Downtown Historic District Downtown Roanoke Alabama.JPG
Roanoke Downtown Historic District
February 3, 1993
(#85003683)
Roughly bounded by White, Main, W. Point, La Monte, Chestnut, and Louina Sts.
33°09′08″N85°22′31″W / 33.15212°N 85.37521°W / 33.15212; -85.37521 (Roanoke Downtown Historic District)
Roanoke
3 Wadley Railroad Depot
Wadley Railroad Depot Wadley, Alabama Railroad Depot.JPG
Wadley Railroad Depot
July 14, 2011
(#11000428)
Broad St. at NE. corner of Tallapoosa St.
33°07′18″N85°33′46″W / 33.12176°N 85.56274°W / 33.12176; -85.56274 (Wadley Railroad Depot)
Wadley

Russell County

St. Clair County

Shelby County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Calera Downtown Historic District
Calera Downtown Historic District Calera Alabama Feb 2012 01.jpg
Calera Downtown Historic District
March 29, 2006
(#06000188)
Junction of U.S. Route 31 and State Route 25
33°06′01″N86°45′09″W / 33.100278°N 86.7525°W / 33.100278; -86.7525 (Calera Downtown Historic District)
Calera
2 Chancellor House
Chancellor House Chancellor House Harpersville, AL.JPG
Chancellor House
October 29, 2001
(#01001168)
51 Chancellor Ferry Rd.
33°17′47″N86°23′57″W / 33.29636°N 86.39906°W / 33.29636; -86.39906 (Chancellor House)
Harpersville
3 Columbiana City Hall
Columbiana City Hall OldShelbyCountyCourthouse.jpg
Columbiana City Hall
October 29, 1974
(#74000437)
107 Mildred St. [9]
33°10′38″N86°36′26″W / 33.17715°N 86.60719°W / 33.17715; -86.60719 (Columbiana City Hall)
Columbiana Also known as the Old Shelby County Courthouse
4 Downtown Montevallo Historic District
Downtown Montevallo Historic District Montevallo, Alabama.JPG
Downtown Montevallo Historic District
April 23, 2013
(#13000180)
555-925 Main, 710-745 Middle & 608 Valley Sts.
33°06′03″N86°51′46″W / 33.100780°N 86.862826°W / 33.100780; -86.862826 (Downtown Montevallo Historic District)
Montevallo
5 Farrington Hall
Farrington Hall PERSPECTIVE EXTERIOR VIEW OF RIGHT END AND FRONT. - Farrington Hall, Shelby County Road 203, Aldrich, Shelby County, AL HAER ALA,59-ALDR,2-1.tif
Farrington Hall
July 21, 2015
(#15000434)
124 Cty. Rd. 203
33°06′29″N86°53′38″W / 33.10799°N 86.89387°W / 33.10799; -86.89387 (Farrington Hall)
Montevallo vicinity
6 Helena Historic District
Helena Historic District Old Town Helena Snow.JPG
Helena Historic District
April 18, 2006
(#06000278)
Parts of State Route 261 and Helena Rd., parts of 1st-3rd Ave., and the 200 block of 3rd St.
33°17′45″N86°50′41″W / 33.295833°N 86.844722°W / 33.295833; -86.844722 (Helena Historic District)
Helena "Old Town" Helena during a rare snowfall in January 2008. These buildings date to the late 19th century.
7 King House
King House King House University of Montevallo Montevallo, AL.JPG
King House
January 14, 1972
(#72000179)
University of Montevallo campus
33°06′18″N86°51′47″W / 33.10497°N 86.86292°W / 33.10497; -86.86292 (King House)
Montevallo
8 McKibbon House
McKibbon House McKibbon House Montevallo, Alabama.JPG
McKibbon House
December 31, 2001
(#01001408)
611 E. Boundary St.
33°05′51″N86°51′42″W / 33.09762°N 86.86179°W / 33.09762; -86.86179 (McKibbon House)
Montevallo
9 Old Rock House
Old Rock House The Rock House, U.S. Route 280 (State Route 38), Harpersville vicinity (Shelby County, Alabama).jpg
Old Rock House
March 29, 2006
(#06000182)
1 mile southeast of Harpersville at the end of a farm lane on the northern side of U.S. Route 280
33°19′49″N86°24′27″W / 33.330278°N 86.4075°W / 33.330278; -86.4075 (Old Rock House)
Harpersville
10 University of Montevallo Historic District
University of Montevallo Historic District Main Hall, Montevallo (Shelby County, Alabama).jpg
University of Montevallo Historic District
December 11, 1978
(#78000509)
Bounded by Middle Campus Dr., Oak, Bloch and Middle Sts.; also roughly bounded by Bloch St., Farmer St., Flowerhill Dr., King St., Valley St., and Middle St.
33°06′10″N86°51′57″W / 33.102778°N 86.865833°W / 33.102778; -86.865833 (University of Montevallo Historic District)
Montevallo Originally listed in 1978 as Alabama Girls' Industrial School, expanded and renamed University of Montevallo Historic District in 1990.

Sumter County

Talladega County

Tallapoosa County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Alexander City Commercial Historic District
Alexander City Commercial Historic District Alexander City Alabama.JPG
Alexander City Commercial Historic District
June 22, 2000
(#00000711)
Portions of Broad, Main, Green, Alabama, and Jefferson Sts., and Courthouse Sq.
32°56′44″N85°57′14″W / 32.945556°N 85.953889°W / 32.945556; -85.953889 (Alexander City Commercial Historic District)
Alexander City
2 Avondale Historic District
Avondale Historic District Avondale Historic District (Alexander City, Alabama).JPG
Avondale Historic District
August 9, 2005
(#05000837)
Between Rose Ave. and Scott St., and Hillabee St. and 7th St.
32°56′24″N85°56′28″W / 32.94°N 85.941111°W / 32.94; -85.941111 (Avondale Historic District)
Alexander City Avondale Mills closed in 2006 and is now known as Parkdale Mills.
3 A.J. and Emma E. Thomas Coley House
A.J. and Emma E. Thomas Coley House A.J. and Emma E. Thomas Coley House (Alexander City, AL).JPG
A.J. and Emma E. Thomas Coley House
January 3, 1991
(#90002109)
455 Hillabee St.
32°56′51″N85°56′55″W / 32.94758°N 85.94874°W / 32.94758; -85.94874 (A.J. and Emma E. Thomas Coley House)
Alexander City
4 Dadeville Historic District
Dadeville Historic District Tallapoosa County Courthouse Dadeville Alabama.JPG
Dadeville Historic District
July 10, 2013
(#13000471)
Lafayette, East, South, S. Tallassee & West Sts.
32°49′53″N85°45′49″W / 32.83143°N 85.76367°W / 32.83143; -85.76367 (Dadeville Historic District)
Dadeville
5 Reuben Herzfeld House
Reuben Herzfeld House Reuben Herzfeld House Alexander City, Alabama.JPG
Reuben Herzfeld House
August 22, 1995
(#95001023)
497 Hillabee St.
32°56′51″N85°56′53″W / 32.94762°N 85.94806°W / 32.94762; -85.94806 (Reuben Herzfeld House)
Alexander City Built in 1890, the house is also known as the Mistletoe Bough Bed & Breakfast.
6 Horseshoe Bend National Military Park
Horseshoe Bend National Military Park Tallapoosa River at Horseshoe Bend NMP.jpg
Horseshoe Bend National Military Park
October 15, 1966
(#66000060)
Tallapoosa River, 12 miles north of Dadeville on State Route 49
32°58′15″N85°44′18″W / 32.97083°N 85.73833°W / 32.97083; -85.73833 (Horseshoe Bend National Military Park)
Dadeville
7 North Central Historic District
North Central Historic District Alexander City First Methodist Church (1872).JPG
North Central Historic District
August 11, 2005
(#05000833)
Between Hall and Summer, Warren and Hillabee, Warren and Ridgeway, and MLK and Hillabee
32°57′31″N85°57′32″W / 32.958611°N 85.958889°W / 32.958611; -85.958889 (North Central Historic District)
Alexander City
8 Russell Family Historic District
Russell Family Historic District Benjamin and Roberta M. Russell House, Russell Family Historic District, Alexander City, Alabama.jpg
Russell Family Historic District
March 21, 2006
(#05000839)
35, 65, and 85 N. Central, 228 and 334 Robin Hill, and 101 Russwood
32°56′36″N85°57′43″W / 32.943333°N 85.961944°W / 32.943333; -85.961944 (Russell Family Historic District)
Alexander City
9 South Central Historic District August 9, 2005
(#05000840)
Bounded by Broad St., Tallpoosa St., Cherokee Rd., Bishop St., Franklin St., and Willow St.
32°56′07″N85°57′03″W / 32.935278°N 85.950833°W / 32.935278; -85.950833 (South Central Historic District)
Alexander City

Tuscaloosa County

Walker County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Bankhead House
Bankhead House John Hollis Bankhead House.jpg
Bankhead House
June 18, 1973
(#73000375)
1400 7th Ave.
33°50′15″N87°16′59″W / 33.83746°N 87.28308°W / 33.83746; -87.28308 (Bankhead House)
Jasper
2 Boshell's Mill
Boshell's Mill Boshell's Mill, Grist Mill, Bank of Lost Creek at State Route 124, South of U.S. 78, Townley (Walker County, Alabama).jpg
Boshell's Mill
May 30, 1975
(#75000329)
North of Townley on State Route 124
33°51′17″N87°26′51″W / 33.85477°N 87.44752°W / 33.85477; -87.44752 (Boshell's Mill)
Townley
3 First United Methodist Church
First United Methodist Church First Methodist Church of Jasper 02.jpg
First United Methodist Church
February 14, 1985
(#85000257)
1800 3rd Ave.
33°50′01″N87°16′40″W / 33.83351°N 87.27788°W / 33.83351; -87.27788 (First United Methodist Church)
Jasper
4 Gilchrist House
Gilchrist House Gilchrist House in Cordova, Alabama.jpg
Gilchrist House
March 24, 1972
(#72000188)
12 miles southwest of Cordova on Pleasantfield-Evansbridge Rd.
33°38′04″N87°21′23″W / 33.63448°N 87.35628°W / 33.63448; -87.35628 (Gilchrist House)
Cordova Built in 1812, destroyed by fire in 1990s.
5 Jasper Downtown Historic District
Jasper Downtown Historic District Walker County Courthouse.jpg
Jasper Downtown Historic District
March 31, 2004
(#04000233)
Roughly bounded by 17th St., Corona Ave., 20th St., and 8th Ave.
33°49′54″N87°16′44″W / 33.831667°N 87.278889°W / 33.831667; -87.278889 (Jasper Downtown Historic District)
Jasper
6 Stephenson House
Stephenson House Stephenson House Oakman Al.jpg
Stephenson House
September 18, 1978
(#78000510)
Cobb St.
33°42′54″N87°23′16″W / 33.71495°N 87.3877°W / 33.71495; -87.3877 (Stephenson House)
Oakman
7 Walker County Hospital May 30, 1985
(#85001160)
1100 7th Ave.
33°50′26″N87°16′59″W / 33.84068°N 87.28316°W / 33.84068; -87.28316 (Walker County Hospital)
Jasper

Washington County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 McIntosh Log Church
McIntosh Log Church Andrews Chapel McIntosh Alabama.jpg
McIntosh Log Church
November 20, 1974
(#74000439)
South of McIntosh off U.S. Route 43
31°15′44″N88°01′49″W / 31.26216°N 88.03025°W / 31.26216; -88.03025 (McIntosh Log Church)
McIntosh
2 Old St. Stephens Site
Old St. Stephens Site St. Stephens Stone Historical Marker.jpg
Old St. Stephens Site
December 29, 1970
(#70000111)
Address Restricted
St. Stephens
3 Washington County Courthouse
Washington County Courthouse Old Washington County Courthouse 002.jpg
Washington County Courthouse
July 3, 1997
(#97000655)
County Road 34, 0.5 miles southeast of its junction with Old Stephens Rd.
31°32′24″N88°03′15″W / 31.53992°N 88.05418°W / 31.53992; -88.05418 (Washington County Courthouse)
St. Stephens

Wilcox County

Winston County

[5] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [6] Location City or townDescription
1 Archeological Site No. 1WI50 December 14, 1985
(#85003119)
Address Restricted
Haleyville
2 Feldman's Department Store August 12, 2009
(#09000607)
800 20th St.
34°13′35″N87°37′30″W / 34.22633°N 87.62512°W / 34.22633; -87.62512 (Feldman's Department Store)
Haleyville
3 Houston Jail June 5, 1975
(#75000331)
Off U.S. Route 278 on State Route 63
34°08′28″N87°15′27″W / 34.14113°N 87.25752°W / 34.14113; -87.25752 (Houston Jail)
Houston
4 Winston County Courthouse
Winston County Courthouse Winston County Courthouse.jpg
Winston County Courthouse
August 27, 1987
(#87001416)
Addison Rd.
34°08′48″N87°24′08″W / 34.14671°N 87.4022°W / 34.14671; -87.4022 (Winston County Courthouse)
Double Springs

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References

  1. "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on March 6, 2020.
  2. These counts are the best available. There are frequent additions to the listings, and occasional delistings, and the counts here may not be perfectly updated. Also, not counted are most boundary increase listings, which increase the area covered by a historic district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.
  3. Red Mountain Suburbs Historic District is split between Birmingham and Mountain Brook.
  4. The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Seven Mile Island Archeological District (Colbert and Lauderdale), Wilson Dam (Colbert and Lauderdale.
  5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  6. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  7. "State reward offered in covered bridge fire in Blount County". Tuscaloosa News. July 2, 1993. Retrieved 5 May 2015.
  8. Staff (June 12, 2009). "Shephard family leaves mark on Covington County history". Andalusia Star News . Retrieved October 7, 2018.
  9. Location derived from this city website; the NRIS lists it as "Main St."