Monday, April 15, 2013

RuralSWAlabama's photostream

Bellamy, AL - "The Rooster Bridge" Historical MarkerBladon Springs, AL - Bladon Springs State ParkGosport, AL - Woodlands Plantation Home (1840)Gosport, AL - Woodlands Plantation Home (1840)Gosport, AL - Woodlands Plantation Home (1840)Gosport, AL - Woodlands Plantation Home (1840)
Gosport, AL - Woodlands Plantation Home (1840)Thomasville, AL - Williams' Temple CME Church (consolidated with Booker City to form Miles College)Thomasville, AL - Williams' Temple CME Church (consolidated with Booker City to form Miles College)Thomasville, AL - Williams' Temple CME Church (consolidated with Booker City to form Miles College)Thomasville, AL - Williams' Temple CME Church (consolidated with Booker City to form Miles College)Thomasville, AL - Williams' Temple CME Church (consolidated with Booker City to form Miles College)
Thomasville, AL - Williams' Temple CME Church (consolidated with Booker City to form Miles College)Thomasville, AL - Williams' Temple CME Church (consolidated with Booker City to form Miles College)Cahaba, AL - St. Luke's Episcopal Church (built 1854)Cahaba, AL - St. Luke's Episcopal Church (built 1854)Cahaba, AL - St. Luke's Episcopal Church (built 1854)Cahaba, AL - St. Luke's Episcopal Church (built 1854)
Cahaba, AL - St. Luke's Episcopal Church (built 1854)Cahaba, AL - St. Luke's Episcopal Church (built 1854)Cahaba, AL - St. Luke's Episcopal Church (built 1854)Cahaba, AL - St. Luke's Episcopal Church (built 1854)Eutaw, AL - Winston-McAlpine House (ca. 1880)Eutaw, AL - Oliver-Braune  House (mid 1850’s)

Someone posted a photo from this page on Facebook and I found it very interesting. This is a region very important to the initial US development of NW Florida because so many of the American colonizers moved through or settled in this region first. I hope we can develop such a good collection of historic rural NW Florida homes.

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