Historical Markers in
Russell County, Alabama

Address by President Lincoln Albert Love Patterson Allen Temple A.M.E. Church / Grant Chapel A.M.E. Church Ancient Fisheries Archaeology And Our Understanding of the Creek People Bartram's Trail Before The Battle / Battle Of Girard Confederate Fort Confederates Set Fire To Lower Bridge Coweta and Northeastern Russell County: Coweta Town Coweta: Center for International Diplomacy Creek Settlements in Russell County Creek Towns Crockettsville Cultural Exchange and Cooperation Early Russell County and the Town of Seale "Emperor" Brims, Mary Musgrove and Chief William McIntosh Fort Jabe Brassell Fort Mitchell Fort Mitchell and Creek Removal Fryar Field Glennville Holland McTyeire Smith Horace King Hurtsboro United Methodist Church Indian Trail J.W. and Ethel I. Woodruff Foundation Interpretive Trail James Cantey Joel Hurt House John Bacon McDonald Long Family Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church / Macedonia School May 28th Celebration Battle and Antioch Communities Mitchell-Ferrell-Powell House Mount Olive Baptist Church Old Russell County Courthouse Pokkecheta, or the Ball Play POW ✯ MIA Monument Red Hill Batteries Removal of the Creeks Shiloh Baptist Church Six Indians Hanged Spanish Fort, 1689-1691 St. Peter A.M.E. Church Cemetery Susie E. Allen Elementary School The Census of 1832 The Creek Nation / The Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center The Creek Town of Coweta The Creeks Today The Second Creek War in Russell County The Tie-Snake Tuckabatchee Masonic Lodge Uchee / Good Hope Baptist Church, Uchee Uchee Chapel Methodist Church Union Night Attack Down Summerville Road United States Indian Trading Post Veteran Memorials at Fort Mitchell Villula William Augustus Mitchell William Bacon Oliver William Bartram Trail