Historical Markers in
Barbour County, Alabama

Barbour County / Early Barbour County Commissioners Barbour County High School Barbour County's "Little Scotland"/Pea River Presbyterian Church Batesville Church - 1837 Blue Springs School 1920-1969 Central Railroad of Georgia Freight Depot Charles Samuel McDowell, Jr. Chauncey Sparks Chief Eufaula (Yoholo Micco) Clio Heritage Mural Comrades Cotton and Creek Country Cowikee Cotton Mills Creek Indian Removal Dedicated to Memory of African Slaves Election Riot of 1874 Eufaula Eufaula First United Methodist Church Eufaula-Montgomery Roadway Fendall Hall / Young and Dent Fire Bell First Baptist Church of Eufaula First Presbyterian Church Fort Browder / 15th Alabama Infantry Fort Browder / 15th Alabama Infantry Freemount Junior High School General Grierson’s March George Corley Wallace, Lurleen Burns Wallace Governors of Alabama Governors Park Grace Episcopal Church Hart House History of Clayton, Alabama/Clayton’s Architectural Heritage In Honor of All World War II Veterans In Loving Memory of the Clayton Soldiers of the World War Jere Locke Beasley Louisville Louisville and "Old Alabama" Louisville World War II Memorial Miller – Martin Townhouse Octagon House Old Fairview Cemetery Pea River Electric Membership Corporation Pea River Presbyterian Church Cemetery Providence Methodist Church & Schoolhouse Ramah Baptist Church & Cemetery Spring Hill United Methodist Church The Battles of Hobdy's Bridge and Pea River The City of Eufaula The Creek Town of Eufaula The Old County Court House The Opening of the Second Phase of the Second Creek War The Second Creek War in the Eufaula Area The St. Julian Hotel The Town of Irwinton The Tree That Owns Itself Union Baptist Church Cemetery Veterans Memorial Vietnam Veteran Park White Oak United Methodist Church William Dorsey Jelks Governor of Alabama William Thomas "Tom" Mann / Eufaula, Alabama World War I Doughboy