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John Poebles had an established toll bridge over Little Escambia Creek in the early 1800's. A dispute over the bridge arose between Poebles and John Hollinger. As a result Hollinger built a toll free bridge adjacent to Poebles' toll bridge.
This park area was given to the Jones Mill, now Frisco City community, by J.W. Jones in the year 1913.
Placed here in 1988
Do not open until Oct. 2088
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Town of Frisco City, AL
Mayor Billy McCrory
Billy Hoffman · Jimmy McKinley
Joe Ikner · Juan…
The Alabama home of the commander of the Alamo. While living in this house Travis read law under The Hon. James Dellet of Claiborne, Al. In 1831, at the age of 22, he left Claiborne for Texas where he practiced law and became involved in the Texas…
The Perdue Hill Industrial School was founded by Patrick J. Carmichael after he moved to this area in 1918. Carmichael acted as both the principal and teacher during the early years of the school, which was originally a one-room structure serving …
Built by Gen. Ferdinand L. Claiborne as a base for his invasion of the Alabama country with U.S. Regulars, Lower Tombigbee Militia, and friendly Choctaws. Claiborne's campaign culminated in the American victory over the Creeks at the Holy Ground.
Piache, an Indian town visited by DeSoto in 1540 was near here.DeLuna made a settlement here, Nanipacna in 1560.Fort Claiborne was erected on the south bluff, in 1813.LaFayette was entertained here, 1825.Erected by the Alabama Society of Colonial …
During the westward expansion of the United States in the early 1800's, those whose destination was the new Mississippi Territory took a right fork off the Federal Road which led to the Alabama River ferry at Claiborne. After the land cessions of …
Oldest Building in Monroe County Erected in 1824 with funds from a public lottery. Lower floor served as a Baptist Church and a Court Room in which William B Travis, then a resident of Claiborne, practiced law. Visited by General LaFayette April 6…