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Wilcox County--With more than 50 boat landings on the Alabama River, Wilcox County was an important transportation site in the 19th century. It is home to the nationally renowned Gee's Bend quilters.

Wilcox County--With more than 50 boat landings on the Alabama River, Wilcox County was an important transportation site in the century. It is home to the nationally renowned Gee's Bend quilters.

Eufaula boasts the second largest historic district in Alabama, with more than 700 historic and architecturally significant structures.

Eufaula boasts the second largest historic district in Alabama, with more than 700 historic and architecturally significant structures.

(ALABAMA) Dothan's Landmark Park, the official state agricultural museum. Features of the 100-acre park include an 1890s living history farm, a one-room schoolhouse, a general store, a turn-of the-century church, elevated boardwalks, nature trails, wildlife exhibits, a planetarium, "barnyard playground" and a picnic area.

Alabama designated Landmark Park in Dothan as the official state agricultural museum in living history demonstrations, nature trails, wildlife exhibits .

Haunted happenings are an everyday occurrence at the Josephine Hotel located in Union Springs, Alabama. It's ok if you don't believe in ghosts; they believe in you!

Haunted happenings are an everyday occurrence at the Josephine Hotel located in Union Springs, Alabama. It's ok if you don't believe in ghosts;

1. The Alabama Midland Railroad Bridge, which spans over the Pea River in Elba, Alabama, has been abandoned for many years.

There's Something Eerie About These 10 Abandoned Bridges In Alabama

The Alabama Midland Railroad Bridge, which spans over the Pea River in Elba, Alabama, has been abandoned for many years.

Dothan, Alabama: Large Gold Peanut    Stands at the Visitor Information Center of Dothan, self-proclaimed "Peanut Capital of the World." Free map shows other fiberglass peanut statues around town.

Dothan, Alabama: Large Gold Peanut Stands at the Visitor Information Center of Dothan, self-proclaimed "Peanut Capital of the World." Free map shows other fiberglass peanut statues around town.

Chilton County was created by an act of the Alabama State Legislature on December 30, 1868. • Over 80 percent of Alabama's peach crop comes from the county. • Alabama Power built its first two hydroelectric plants, Lay Dam and Mitchell Dam, on Chilton County's Coosa River in 1914 and 1922. • In 1902 Civil War veteran Jefferson Manly Faulkner donated 80 acres in Chilton County as the site for the Alabama Confederate Soldiers Home that once housed more than 100 people. #EncylopediaofAlabama

Perry County--The county became a major center for education in the Black Belt. Baptists founded both Judson College and Howard College Lincoln Normal School was founded by freed slaves.

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