Historical Markers in
Morgan County, Alabama

African American Heritage in Old Town Decatur, Alabama Albany Albany Battle of Decatur Beauty and Hope Carver Elementary School Cedar Plains Christian Church Cherokee Trail Of Tears City of Hartselle, Alabama / Hartselle Facts Crabb-Stewart-Key-Dotson Home Dave Albritton Decatur Vietnam War Monument Fight For Survival First Presbyterian Church (USA) First United Methodist Church Health and Civic Welfare Historic Downtown/Founders Park Ingalls Shipyard King's Memorial United Methodist Church Korean War Lacey's Spring Lest We Forget M601A Tank McKendree Cemetery and the Massey Community / Charles Christopher Sheats 1839-1904 Morgan County Confederate Memorial Morgan County Veterans Memorial Morgan County World War II Memorial Old Decatur Historic District / Historic Depot Old Decatur Historic District / Old State Bank Old Town Historic District Original Falkville Town Hall Building / Falkville Water Tower Our History Packed with People Prisoner of War or Missing in Action Recreation and Refreshment Rising Sun Lodge No. 29 "Scottsboro Boys" Case Landmark Decisions Site of Benson Field Skirmish at Woodall's Bridge Social and Cultural Opportunities Somerville, Alabama T-34 C Mentor Plane The Decatur Daily The Huey Helicopter The "Katy-Did" Crash To Commemorate the Passage of The Olympic Torch Town of Priceville Union Hill School United States Air Force United States Army United States Marines United States Navy Uprooted From Home USS San Jose (AFS-7)Anchors / BOFORS TWIN 40mm Anti-Aircraft Gun Valhermoso Springs Votes for Women Words of Resistance World War One “A Hard Nut To Crack” - Federal Defenses at Decatur “a place of importance” - Union Leadership at Decatur “Captain, We’ve Got It At Last” - The Charge of the 14th U.S. Colored Infantry