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One day in 1907, George Clements stood in the doorway of the house he had built in the Straight Mountain area of Blount County, Alabama, and looked out. What he probably saw, here in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, was a mostly undeveloped wilderness. There were a few scattered houses and dirt trails, a small farm or two, lots of trees, and a vast upland marsh through which flowed the Blackburn Fork of the Little Warrior River.
Today you can stand in the doorway of the “Anchor," located on the site of George Clements’ house, and see a beautiful 257-acre mountain lake, circled by a paved road, and a shoreline dotted with houses, piers, and trees. You probably will see a fisherman or two on the lake, testing their luck and perhaps some water skiers enjoying a cool escape from summer in the city.
This is the history of how a wilderness mountain valley became a lake community, providing recreational facilities for hundreds of people each year.
Serving Brewton, East Brewton and the people and communities of eastern and central Escambia County since 1906 | The Brewton Standard
Welcome to Bullock County
The Chunnenuggee Fair is a modern continuation of the pre-Civil War festival that was originally hosted by the oldest horticultural society in the United States, the Chunnenuggee Garden Club.
Locals and visitors meet and greet each other while the smoky aroma of barbecue, fried fish and chicken compete with each other over the sounds of children laughing and a steady supply of live music.
Franklin Field is a county-owned public-use airport in Bullock County, Alabama, United States. It is located five nautical miles west of the central business district of Union Springs, Alabama.
Union Springs and the Red Door Theatre offer an enchanting opportunity to experience a small Southern town while taking in a professional theatrical performance.
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Tribute To A Family Legacy
Union Springs, a small historic town, is the county seat of Bullock County. Located in southeast Alabama, it is less than an hour's drive from several destination cities, including Montgomery, Auburn, Troy, and Eufaula.
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