Historical Markers in
Dallas County, Alabama

'Bloody Sunday' Attack at Edmund Pettus Bridge / U.S. Congress Approves Voting Rights Act of 1965 A Courthouse Reduced to Rubble A Grassroots Movement A Prison Chimney? Alabama's First Statehouse Alabama's Native Prairie Anna Gayle Fry House Arsenal Anvil Arsenal Place Black Belt Transformations British West Florida, 1764-83 Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church Burning of Downtown Cahaba First State Capital Cahaba's Changing Landscape Cahaba's "New" Cemetery Cahawba Cahawba - circa 1500 Campsite 1 Captive Boys in Blue Castle Morgan & Jesse Hawes Childers Chapel Civil War Prison Craig Air Force Base Dallas County Courthouse Dallas County Korean War Memorial Dallas County Vietnam Memorial Dallas County World Wars Memorial Death in the Street Defense of Selma Memorial Drug Store & the Room Above Ecor Bienville Edmund Pettus Bridge Edmund Winston Pettus House Site Fairoaks Square Federal Building and U.S. Court House First Baptist Church Footprint of a Church George Washington Carver Homes Projects George Washington Carver Neighborhood Highlights of Selma History / William Rufus DeVane King 1786-1853 Honoring: Amelia Boynton Robinson - Marie Foster I Had A Dream In Honor of James Joseph Reeb In Memory of Reverend Hosea Williams, Sr. Joe T. Pilcher, Jr. John Tyler Morgan House Joseph T. Smitherman Historic Building Last Stronghold Falls Lee - Bender - Butler House Lewis Scott Lieutenant John Tillman Melvin Live Oak Cemetery Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest Monument Lynching in America / Lynching in Selma Mabry - Jones Home Major Hiram Solon Hanchett Memorial Stadium Memorials for Prisoners of War Methodist Church Missing Pieces Mount Carmel Church Orrville United Methodist Church Perine Well Prosperity Cemetery R.B. Hudson High School Railroad Depot and Commissary Redoubt No. 15 Redoubt No. 24 Saltmarsh Hall Sanctuary to Stage Selma Army Arsenal Selma Navy Yard and Ordnance Works Sgt Robert Weakley Patton Site of Alabama's Statehouse Site of Selma-Dallas County’s 1st Bridge 1884-1940 St. James Hotel St. Luke's Episcopal Church St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Est. 1838 Sturdivant Hall Summerfield Methodist Church Tabernacle Baptist Church Take Her Down Temple Mishkan Israel The Beloit Industrial Institute The Duke of Cahaba The Hole That Was Once a Row The Honorable John Lewis The Mound at Old Cahawba Archaeological Park The Selma Movement The Sleeping Prophet This Tablet Commemorates the Visit of Lafayette Turning Point Union Troops Charge Valley Creek Presbyterian Church VII In. Brooke Rifle Vine Street Ware - Baker - Jones House Water Avenue Welcome to Downtown Cahawba White - Force Cottage Whitt Cemetery Who Lived Here? William Rufus de Vane King Working on Walnut Street Yankees in Cahawba “Fairoaks”