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Alabama History As Told by Melvin Cane

Alabama History As Told by Melvin Cane

Indian Villages and Forts

Alabama has been the home of  indigenous peoples for thousands of years. Over 100 Indian villages and towns have been identified and research leads to believe there are many more not yet identified.

Our research is ongoing therefore you must consider there is much more to do and take into consideration that our information is incomplete and may contain errors. Research of historical documents is our primary source of information. Much of the information is followed-up with boots-on-the-ground research – but not all.

Many of the sites identified on this map are located on private property and researchers are encouraged to honor property rights and get permission for entrance on any personal property.

DETAILED INFORMATION ON EACH LOCATION IS AVAILABLE AT:
DIGITAL ALABAMA GUIDE TO ALABAMA INDIAN VILLAGES, TOWNS AND SETTLEMENTS INDEX PAGE

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Alabama Artists Gallery: 32.379122, -86.305818
Alabama State Capitol: 32.377738, -86.300262
Bald Rock: 33.495386, -85.808296
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Alabama Artists Gallery
201 Monroe Street, Montgomery, AL, United States
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Bald Rock

From I-20, east of Anniston, take exit 191 and merge onto US 431 S. Follow US 431 for 3.8 miles and turn right onto CR 131. In .6 mile, turn left onto AL 281 S, the Skyway Motorway, also known as the Talladega Scenic Byway. Follow AL 281 for 12.5 miles and turn right into Cheaha State Park and onto Bunker Loop. In 1.1 miles Balk Rock Lodge will be on the right and immediately afterward, the parking lot for the Bald Rock/Doug Ghee Boardwalk and Trail.

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