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Calhoun County Alabama

CALHOUN COUNTY ALABAMA MAIN PAGE

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Calhoun County

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Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge: 33.708276, -85.792290
Anniston Alabama: 33.663003, -85.826664
Glenco: 33.953148, -85.935868
Oxford AL: 33.596944, -85.838611
Piedmont AL: 33.926111, -85.613056
Southside AL: 33.903597, -86.026105
Tooktocaugee AL: 36.135000, -81.677800
Minden AL: 33.702222, -86.106111
Tooktocaugee AL: 33.693159, -85.698573
Anniston Museum of Natural History: 33.769444, -85.820833
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Anniston Alabama

Anniston has a population of 23,106. The city is the county seat of Calhoun County and one of two urban centers/principal cities of and included in the Anniston-Oxford Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Named "The Model City" by Atlanta newspaperman Henry W. Grady for its careful planning in the late 19th century, the city is situated on the slope of Blue Mountain.

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Anniston Museum of Natural History

Anniston Museum of Natural History

The Anniston Museum of Natural History is a museum in Lagarde Park, Anniston, Alabama, exhibiting more than 2,000 natural history items on permanent display, including minerals, fossils, and rare animals in open dioramas.

800 Museum Dr, Anniston, AL
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Glenco
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Minden AL

Minden is a ghost town in Calhoun County, Alabama, United States. It possessed a post office from 1878 to 1879.

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Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge
Fort McClellan, AL 36205, United States
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Oxford AL
Oxford is a city in Calhoun and Talladega counties at the southern end of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Oxford's souther border is on the Talladega National Forest.
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Piedmont AL
Piedmont is a city in Calhoun and Cherokee counties.Communities include Spring Garden, Rock Run, Knighten's Crossroads and Nance's Creek.

Piedmont is home to the Chief Ladiga Trail. The Seaboard/CSX Railroad was converted into a recreational bike and walking trail as a non-motorized way to travel, exercise, and relax while enjoying the outdoors. The Chief Ladiga Trail and the Silver Comet Trail stretch nearly 100 miles (161 km) from Anniston to Atlanta, making it the second longest paved trail in the United States(longest being the Paul Bunyan in Minnesota).

Hundreds of cyclists from more than 20 states participate in the Cheaha Challenge every year. The "Toughest Ride in the South" is a recreational bicycle ride that has been moved to Anniston, AL from Piedmont's Civic Center. The ride follows the Appalachian Highlands Scenic Byway then ends at the top of Cheaha Mountain, Alabama's highest point. The Cheaha Challenge was selected as a Top 10 Event in the State of Alabama by the Alabama Bureau of Tourism & Travel.
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Southside AL
Southside AL is a city in Etowah and Calhoun counties. At the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, the city was formed in 1850 by the joining of townships Green Valley, Cedar Bend and Pilgrims Rest.
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Tooktocaugee AL

Tooktocaugee was formerly the site of a Creek Indian village.

Tooktocaugee was an unincorporated community in Calhoun County, Alabama, United States.

Blowing Rock, North Carolina, United States of America
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Tooktocaugee AL

Tooktocaugee was formerly the site of a Creek Indian village.

Tooktocaugee was an unincorporated community in Calhoun County, Alabama, United States.

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