Historical Markers in
Calhoun County, Alabama

27th. Division Veterans Memorial Anniston Memorial Hospital Anniston Public Library Desegregation Archaic Battle of “Ten Islands” Better Understandings, New Friendships Boiling Springs Road Calhoun County World War I Memorial Caver-Christian-Davis Farm Charcoal Production at Caver-Christian-Davis Farm Creek Indian Campaign Memorial Crook Cemetery George W. Ingram Greyhound Bus Station Protest, May 14, 1961 Historic Oxford Lick Skillet Lincoyer Major John Pelham Mississippi Agriculture Mississippi Earthen Mounds Muscogee (Creek) Nation Muscogee (Creek) Nation Muscogee (Creek) Nation Paleoindian Parker Memorial Baptist Church Piedmont First United Methodist Church Profile Cotton Mill Historic District Profile Cotton Mills Historic District Reconstructing the Cultural Landscape Saint John United Methodist Church Saint Luke's Episcopal Church Saint Michael and All Angels Seventeenth Street Missionary Baptist Church, Organized 1887 Simmons Park Southern Railway Station Attack Temple Beth El Temple Beth El Section Hillside Cemetery The Birthplace of the “Gallant Pelham” The Choccolocco Creek Archaeological Complex The City of Oxford Cemetery The Human Relations Council The Legacy of the Military / Anniston's Military Heritage The Murder of Willie Brewster, July 15, 1965 The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Today The Prehistoric, Protohistoric & Historic Periods The "Shattering" of the Mississippian World The Tallasahatchie Battle Field Town of Hobson City, Alabama Trailways Attack Trailways Bus Station Attack Tyrus Raymond Cobb Welcome to the Choccolocco Park West 15th Street Historic District Woodland “Spirit of the American Doughboy”