Forget not to be patient with yourself. Forget not the difference between a good sacrifice and a bad one. Forget not to be happy now. Forget not the "why" of the gospel. Forget not that the Lord loves you. You are not forgotten.
Houston County, created in 1903, is in the heart of the state's Wiregrass region, which produces one-fourth of the nation's peanuts. * Houston County was named in honor of Gov. George Smith Houston of Limestone County. * Landmark Park in Dothan is a 100-acre living-history farmstead with a variety of animals as well as a blacksmith shop, pioneer log cabin, smokehouse, cane-mill syrup shed, and other outbuildings authentic to an 1890s farm. #EncylopediaofAlabama
Choctaw County--The forestry industry has been the economic backbone of the county since its creation in It is home to the Choctaw National Wildlife Refuge, an important resting place for migrating birds.
Church in Lowndes County, Alabama with dome that topped the capitol in Old Cahaba
Fort Tombecbe (or Tombecbee), in Sumter County, was one of four forts built by France in the early century. It was established to protect France's holdings from westward expansion by the British into the French colony of Louisiana.
The National Register of Historic Places lists 47 homes and businesses in Union Springs that have been preserved as standing monuments to the town's history. In addition to the historic Second Empire Bullock County Courthouse, built in 1872, the Courthouse Historic District has 25 other historic buildings, including antebellum homes and churches, a Carnegie Library, and the Red Door Theatre.