Sumiton Alabama

Sumiton Alabama’s original name was Summit, named by founder Nicholas M. Norris after the community’s high elevation.

Ghost hunter Robert Simone say this "orb" is evidence of the paranormal.

Sweetwater Mansion

Stories of paranormal activity have been told about Sweetwater Mansion for many years. Numerous apparitions have allegedly been seen in and around the house.

McCalla Alabama

McCalla Alabama
Mc Calla (often shortened to McCalla) is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County and Tuscaloosa County, Alabama,  southwest of Bessemer Alabama. The community is named for Richard Calvin McCalla, a well known civil engineer, who served as chief engineer of several railroads throughout the South, including the Alabama and Chattanooga, the Tuscaloosa and Northern and the Knoxville and Ohio. He also served as surveyor of many of the rivers throughout the South. Located in Jefferson County Alabama and Tuscaloosa County Alabama. McCalla Alabama Places of Interest
Tannehill State Park features a 19th-century blast furnace, the Iron and Steel Museum of Alabama, various historical buildings, rustic cabins, and a campground.

Milbrook Alabama

Millbrook Alabama

Millbrook Alabama

Millbrook is a city in Autauga County and Elmore County in the State of Alabama. Millbrook Alabama Population

Located 10 miles north of Montgomery, the population was 14,640 at the 2010 census. Millbrook Alabama History

Native Americans first settled the area in the mid-1600s. The area that now includes Millbrook was part of the Creek Indians town Coosawda. In 1763, European traders arrived in the area and began economic exchange with the Creeks and other Native American groups in the area.

Mulberry Creek Alabama Gold

Mulberry Creek Tributaries

In Chilton County, gold can be found in Mulberry Creek along with its tributaries, the Coosa River, Blue Creek and Rocky Creek, as well as many drainages that are unnamed that will produce placer gold.

Chief Pathkiller, was a Cherokee warrior, town chief, and Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. He also served as a colonel under Andrew Jackson in the Tennessee militia during the Creek War.

Turkeytown

Turkeytown Alabama
Turkeytown, also called Turkey’s Town, was a Native American settlement found in 1788 by the Chickamauga Cherokee chief, Little Turkey. It was the largest Cherokee town in Alabama – at one time it covered 25 miles along both banks of the Coosa River. Little Turkey built the settlement as a refuge for his people because of the ongoing hostilities between the Cherokee Indians and the whites. Turkeytown Alabama History
During the Creek War of 1813, specifically in October, the Red Stick Indians were planning an attack on Turkey Town, The Cherokee Chief at that time, Pathkiller, sent word to Andrew Jackson for help. Jackson sent a detachment let by General James White.

Buck Creek Cotton Mill

Alabaster Alabama Old Buck Creek Cotton Mill

The Buck Creek Mill (originally Selma Cotton Mill, then Siluria Cotton Mill) was a large textile mill founded in 1896, built on Buck Creek in Siluria in Shelby County. The main section of the mill building was completed in 1904, with additions in 1906 and 1911, when it took its best-known name.