Historical Markers in
Lauderdale County, Alabama

16” Projectile 75mm Field Gun A Gathering of Eagles A More Inclusive Era Aaron Gus Green AGM-28 Hound Dog Missile Andrew Jackson's Military Road Andrew Lee Phillips Ante-Bellum Cotton Mills 1840 Anti-Tank Gun Bennett Walker Smith Bettie Anne Highway Birthplace of W.C. Handy Burrell Normal School Capture of John A. Murrell Center (Centre) Star Charles Caine Anderson Charles Lee Moore Cherokee Chief Doublehead's Village Around 1800 Church Spring and School Church Spring Church and School City of Florence Coffee High School Colonel Pickett Place Cotton and Textile Mills Covington/Second Creek / Wheeler Dam/Lake Deibert Park Don Leslie Michael Don Leslie Michael Doublehead, Cherokee Chief Dr. Amit Roy Dred Scott Driven Up The Waters Earliest Methodist Congregation in Lauderdale County, Alabama Edward A. O'Neal Home Edward Stanley Robbins Elgin/Elgin Crossroads Elk River Shoals Ellen Dorrit Hoffleit First Baptist Church 1888 First Muscle Shoals Canal/Second Muscle Shoals Canal First United Methodist Church Florence Bethel Cumberland Presbyterian Church in America Florence Cemetery Florence Indian Mound Florence Little League Baseball (1951) Florence State Teachers College Florence State Teachers College Heroes of World War II Florence Synodical Female College Florence, Alabama Forks of Cypress Fort Willingham Founding of Florence Frank Perron Achorn French-Glover Farm Gabriel “Old Gabe” Butler General Hugh Pate Harris General Joseph Wheeler Gilbert Elementary School Grassy Memorial Chapel and Cemetery Henry S. "Hank" Klibanoff Heritage Park Hickory Hill Plantation Slave Cemetery Homer J. Givens Hugh Pate Harris Jackson's Military Road James Jackson Jesse James Gang Canal Payroll Robbery/Trial of Frank James John Coffee: 1772-1833 John Thomas Bulls, Jr John Wilkinson Taylor Jonathan Quinn Pettus Karsner-Kennedy House Kelton D. (Kelso) Herston Killen and the Canal System Lamb’s Ferry Road Lauderdale County High School 1912 Lieutenant Colonel R. Edward Yeilding Lin Dunn Locust Dell Academy Locust Street Historic District Lt. Col. R. Edward Yeilding Lynn Middleton Sibley Macedonia Church of Christ Major General George Washington Goethals' Home Maud McKnight Lindsay Maurice Causey Michael Hall Mobbs Michael "Nick" Nichols Mitchell Town Community "Mountain" Tom Clark Mud Glorious Mud Natalie Chanin New Hope Church of Christ North Wood Avenue Historic District—Expansion North Wood United Methodist Church Old Confederate Fort Original Site of FAME Recording Studio Oscar Stanton DePriest Patton Elementary School Pesthouse and Cemetery / Pestilences Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church Cemetery Pope's Tavern Museum Prehistoric Native Americans / Historic Native Americans Rear Adm. John Murray Hood Rear Admiral Fran McKee Return of a Native Rock Spring Rogersville Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Ronnie Gene Flippo Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church Samuel Burney: 1763-1849 Revolutionary War Veteran / Burneys Creek/First Creek Wheeler Lake Samuel Cornelius Phillips Sannoner Historic District Sannoner Historic District Medical Arts Building Sculpture Relief Books and Learning Seminary - O'Neal Historic District Shoals Creek Preserve Tract Simpson House~Irvine Place~Coby Hall Southall Drugs Springfield Community 1810/Springfield Church and School St. Joseph Catholic Church St. Mark Baptist Church St. Michael's Catholic Church Stewart Ernest Cink T.S. Stribling 1903 T.S. Stribling Literary Landmark Tabernacle Cemetery Tate Springs Estate Early 1800’s Temple B’nai Israel The Cobra Helicopter The Greater Mount Moriah Primitive Baptist Church The Hawk Missile The Korean War The Phantom The Rolling Stones in the Shoals in 1969 The “Honest John” Rocket Tiny Jewels of the Air Town of Anderson Town of Killen Trail of Tears Veterans Memorial Park Vietnam War Memorial W.C. Handy Birthplace W.W. II Anchor Walnut Street Historic District Waterloo Weeden Heights Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church and Cemetery Wheeler Dam • Wheeler Reservoir/Locks Wheeler Rifles William Burch (Billy) Reid William Christopher Handy Wilson Dam Wilson's Headquarters and Camp Wood Avenue Church of Christ Wood Avenue Historic District World War I World War I Memorial World War I Memorial Amphitheater World War II Memorial “Gooney Bird” Propeller