Some of the early roads and routes shown are Natchez Trace, Gaines Road, Jackson’s Military Road, Huntsville Road, Post Road From Natchez, Old Federal Road, Pensacola Road, and Jackson’s Route to the Creek Wars.
Civil war battles and skirmishes mapped and notated.
Alabama South East Region Barbour County Barbour County is located in the southeastern section of the state, bounded on the east by the Chattahoochee River and the State of Georgia. The county encompasses 884 square miles. The county seat was established in Louisville in 1833, and moved to Clayton in 1834. Barbour County was created on 18 […]
Alabama treasure map marks the approximate location of the treasure legends researched. Keep in mind that most, if not all, of these legends and tales of burried treasure are nothing more than legend without any hard evidence whatsoever.
Alabama has some of the most gruesome and terrifying of haunted places.
Would you dare venture to any one of these?
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ALABAMA CAMPGROUNDS MAP
Lee County Alabama is a county located in east central Alabama. As of the 2010 census the population was 140,247. The county seat is Opelika, and the largest city is Auburn.
Digital Alabama created map showing locations of gold related areas we have studied. Contains mostly historic notes.
Siege operations at Spanish Fort, Mobile Bay, by the U.S. forces under Maj. Gen. Canby : captured by the Army of West Miss. on the night of April 8 & 9, 1865
Shows fortifications. Relief shown by hachures. Printed on blue paper. Mounted on paper. In pencil in top right hand corner: 1864, 61. Pencil notes in right margin. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), S17, 111
Rebel line of works at Blakely captured by the Army of West Miss., April 9, 1865. Union positions are colored blue, and Confederate works are red. Includes roads, vegetation, drainage, and relief by hachures.
Mobile County Alabama Historical Locations Map
Haunted Places in Alabama Map See our Alabama Haunted Places Index
1826 Alabama Map
Relief shown in hachures. Prime meridian: Washington. From: A general atlas, Fielding Lucas, Baltimore, 1826.
Contributor: Lucas, Fielding
Mississippi Territory 1798 – 1817 Map
Map: 1859 Alabama
Map of Madison county, Alabama in 1875.
Relief shown by hachures.
Shows cities, towns, roads, geographical features, and landowners’ names.
LC copy imperfect: Torn, soiled, missing edge sections, mounted on cloth backing.
Includes note and ill. of buildings “Huntsville [S?]pring” and “Court House.”
LC Land ownership maps, 4
Talladega National Forest -Shoal Creek District, 45 Highway 281, Heflin, AL (256-463-2272)