Historical Markers in
Jefferson County, Alabama

1963 Church Bombing Victims A City of Two Governments A New City A New Organization is Born A New Strategy: All-Out Attack A. G. Gaston Building A.B. Loveman House ACMHR & the Second Revolution ACMHR & the Student Activists Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame Alabama Penny Savings Bank/Pythian Temple Building Alabama's Rebel Yell America's First Office Park Answering the Call Arrested at City Hall Attorney for His People Ballard-Hamilton House and Office Before Birmingham: Jones Valley Bethel's Pastor Leads the Leaders Birmingham - Southern College Birmingham City Hall Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Birmingham District Minerals Birmingham Mineral Railroad Birmingham Mineral Railroad Point of Curve Marker Birmingham Water Works Company (1887) / Cahaba Pumping Station (1890) Birth of an Icon Birth of the SCLC Bishop Calvin Wallace Woods, Sr. Black Birmingham Housing Black Business Plans Black Classes and the Masses Black Creek Park, Five Mile Creek Greenway Partnership and the Fultondale Coke Oven Park Boilers Boutwell Auditorium Briarwood Presbyterian Church PCA Bright Star / Koikos Restaurant Brookside's Unique Heritage / Brookside Russian Orthodox Church Building The Park Canaan Baptist Church Canterbury United Methodist Church Casting Pigs CDR "Snuffy" Smith Celebrity Star Power Center Point, Alabama Children of Dynamite Hill Children Under Attack Children Under Pressure Children's Crusade for Education Civil Rights Freedom Riders Clay Methodist Cemetery Colored Masonic Temple Congressional Medal Of Honor Recipients Courthouse Prayer Death of an Icon Desegregating Ramsay School Desegregating West End School Designing Vulcan Park Dewberry Drugs and Phenix Insurance Company Buildings Don't Tread on Me Downtown Graysville Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dunbar Hotel Building Urban Impact Office, Duncan House East Birmingham East Lake Park Eddie Kendricks Memorial Park Education of Black Folk Emory Overton Jackson Equality for All Famous Theatre First Baptist Church of Trussville First Neighborhoods, then Schools Five Points South Former F.W. Woolworth Store Building Foundations of Beehive Coke Ovens Fourth Avenue Historic District. Frisco No. 4018 Gardendale, Alabama Gentle Giant of Dynamite Hill Graham Cemetery Graymont Elementary School Greyhound Bus Station Ground Zero Guards at the Gate Historic Black Bath House Historic Demonstration at Phillips School Historic Lakeview Cemetery Homewood Hoover Hope Arrives Industry Integration Begins: Desegregating Graymont School Integration Corner Ironmaking It Began at Bethel Jim Crow on the Books John Henry John Wesley Hall Grist Mill & Cotton Gin Joining the Marches Julius Ellsberry Julius Ellsberry Memorial Park Kelly Ingram Park King's Spring Kiwanis and Vulcan Kneeling Ministers Leading by Example, Part 1 Leading by Example, Part 2 Leaving Town, But Not the Battle Leeds Benchmarks In History "Lest We Forget" Let My Brother Go Linn-Henley Research Library Little Boy Blue Little Lady Can Read Little Lady in Waiting Love & Marriage Loveman's Department Store/McWane Science Center Lynching In America / The Lynching of William Miller March Route for Education Timeline Marchers on the Run Metropolitan AME Zion Church Miles College Leaders, Students Active During Civil Rights Era Mineral Railroad Trestle Mining Red Mountain Monte D'Oro Mt. Hebron Cemetery Mt. Hebron School Music in the Movement New Hope Cemetery Newberry's Department Store/IMAX Dome Theater Non-Violent Foot Soldiers Osmond Kelly Ingram Patton Chapel Church 1866 Paying the Ultimate Price "Peace Be Still" Phillips High School Picketing for a Point Pinson, Alabama Pioneer Farm Buildings Police Presence Poole Funeral Chapel Powell School Public Library Desegregated Racial Terrorism and Convict Leasing / Racial Violence at Brookside Mines Racial Terrorism and Criminal Justice / Lynching in Irondale Racial Zoning Raymond Weeks Reading Red Mountain Redmont Park Historic District Reflecting Pool Resistance on the Hill Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth Bethel Baptist Church Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘Letter From Birmingham Jail’ Rev. Shuttlesworth Calls for Peace and Action Rickwood Field Robert Jemison, Jr. (1878-1974) / The Old Mill (1927) Rocky Ridge Elementary School S. H. Kress Five-And-Ten Cent Store S.H. Kress Store Building School Integration Now School of Medicine Secret Multiracial Meetings Selective Buying Campaign Separate But Unequal Education Shades Valley High School Shiloh Cemetery Shores-Lee Law Offices/Post Office Garage Shutting Down Downtown Shuttlesworth after the Civil Rights Era Shuttlesworth Continues the Struggle Shuttlesworth Goes to Work Shuttlesworth in Selma Shuttlesworth Returns to Birmingham Shuttlesworth Showdown Shuttlesworth Starts the ACMHR Shuttlesworth v. "Bull" Sibyl Temple Sitting in for Lunch Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Sixteenth Street Baptist Church and Parsonage Sixth Avenue Zion Hill Baptist Church Slag Sloss Blast Furnaces South at the White House South View Southern Resistance St John AME Church and Day Care Center St. Paul United Methodist Church Stock Trestle/Tunnel Sweet Home / Henry W. Sweet Tapawingo Bridge  Tarrant City Hall Taxi Stand The Angela Davis House The Bad Guy The Berry Project The Bessemer Site The Birmingham Public Library / The Linn - Henley Research Library The Blast Furnace The Blowing Engine Room The Boy Becomes a Man The Cascade The Children's Crusade The Clay Community The Coe House The Defiant One The Depot The Early Mountain Brook Village Area The First Bethel Bombing The Foot Soldiers The Fraternal Hotel Building The Gas System The Good Friday March The Importance of Being Educated The Lone Pine Mine The Movement Continues The Movement's Fearless Leader The New Pilgrim Baptist Church / New Pilgrim Baptist Church Timeline The New Strategy The Palm Sunday March The Price of Freedom The Push for Fair Housing The Rainbow Viaduct The Right to Vote The Schoolhouse Stand at Alabama The Second Bethel Bombing The Stand for Freedom The Stock Trestle The Tutwiler Hotel / The Tutwiler-Ridgely Rebirth The Working Class & Mass Meetings The Works Progress Administration Town of Cardiff Trailways Bus Station Trussville, Alabama Union Hill Cemetery United Confederate Veterans Urban Renewal, Urban Removal Vance Federal Building Vestavia Hills Baptist Church / George Ward 1867-1940 Virgil Allen Howard Votes for Women Vulcan Statue Water Cannons Williams House Woman in Paddy Wagon Zion Memorial Gardens “Spirit of the American Doughboy” “We Love Homewood”