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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Mobile County, Alabama

 
Clickable Map of Mobile County, Alabama and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Mobile County, AL (209) Baldwin County, AL (136) Washington County, AL (11) George County, MS (1) Greene County, MS (4) Jackson County, MS (67)  MobileCounty(209) Mobile County (209)  BaldwinCounty(136) Baldwin County (136)  WashingtonCounty(11) Washington County (11)  GeorgeCountyMississippi(1) George County (1)  GreeneCounty(4) Greene County (4)  JacksonCounty(67) Jackson County (67)
Mobile is the county seat for Mobile County
Adjacent to Mobile County, Alabama
      Baldwin County (136)  
      Washington County (11)  
      George County, Mississippi (1)  
      Greene County, Mississippi (4)  
      Jackson County, Mississippi (67)  
 
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1Alabama, Mobile County, Bayou La Batre — Alabama's Coastal Connection — Blessing of the Fleet
2Alabama, Mobile County, Bayou La Batre — Bayou La Batre
3Alabama, Mobile County, Bayou La Batre — Bayou La Batre
4Alabama, Mobile County, Bayou La Batre — Bayou La Batre, Alabama
5Alabama, Mobile County, Chastang — 7 — St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church — Mount Vernon History Trail —
6Alabama, Mobile County, Chickasaw — City of Chickasaw
7Alabama, Mobile County, Citronelle — 14 — "Having Surrendered Their Arms, the War, to Them, Was Over" — Citronelle, Surrender Site: — The Battle of Mobile Bay Civil War Trail —
8Alabama, Mobile County, Citronelle — Surrender Site
9Alabama, Mobile County, Creola — Site of Old Mobile
10Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — Stop E — "Save Your Garrison." — Bombardment of Fort Powell: — Stop E —
11Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — Stop D — "To Be Blown To Kingdom Come" — Siege of Fort Gaines — Stop D —
12Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — Stop D — “Damn the Torpedoes!” — The Battle of Mobile Bay: — Stop D —
13Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — 19th Century Shipwreck — Exposed by Hurricane Georges
14Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — Anchor From U.S.S. Hartford
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15Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — British Occupation of Dauphin Island — February - April 1815
16Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — Dauphin Island Indian Shell Mound Park
17Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — Energy from the Sands of Time
18Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — Fort Gaines
19Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — John F. Porter, Jr. Goat Tree Reserve / The Goat Tree
20Alabama, Mobile County, Dauphin Island — Stop 1 — Storm Clouds Gather — The Overland Campaign — Stop 1: Fort Gaines —
21Alabama, Mobile County, Eight Mile — "Little Church in the Pines" — Musuem at Chickasabogue Park
22Alabama, Mobile County, Grand Bay — Grand Bay Elementary School for Colored — Established in 1919
23Alabama, Mobile County, Grand Bay — William Bartram Trail — Traced 1773-1777 — Deep South Region —
24Alabama, Mobile County, Le Moyne — Ellicott's Stone — Erected April 9th, 1799 — Reported damaged
25Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — "Damn The Torpedoes!" The Campaigns for Mobile, 1864 - 1865 — The Museum of Mobile
26Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — "Take Her Down!" — Howard Walter Gilmore, Commander, U.S.N. — Born 29 September 1902, Selma, Ala. —
27Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 10" Rifled Sea Coast Columbiad
28Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 26 - Foot Motor Surfboat — USCG-MK 5
29Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 400 Government Street 1860 — (Ketchum House - Cathedral Rectory)
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30Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 41-Foot Utility Boat — USCG-UTB
31Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 6-Pounder Saluting Gun
32Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — A National Cemetery System
33Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Admiral Raphael Semmes, CSA — 1861–1865 — Reported permanently removed
34Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Africatown
35Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Alabama Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Company
36Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Alexis de Tocqueville
37Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — An Unheralded Breed of Soldier
38Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 1 — Andrew N. Johnson
39Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Australia — Korean War Memorial
40Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — B-52D "Stratofortress"
41Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Barton Academy
42Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Barton Academy
43Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Battle of Coffeeville Memorial
44Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Battle of Fort Blakely Monument
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45Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Battle of Mobile Bay Memorial
46Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Belgium — Korean War Memorial
47Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 4 — Bettie Hunter House
48Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Big Zion African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
49Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Britain — Korean War Memorial
50Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Cadillac Homesite
51Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Caldwell Field
52Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 6 — Caldwell School
53Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Canada — Korean War Memorial
54Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Cathedral-Basilica of the Immaculate Conception / Archdiocese of Mobile
55Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Catholic Cemetery
56Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Christ Church — (Episcopal)
57Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 10 — Christian Benevolent Funeral Home
58Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 7 — Christopher First Johnson House
59Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — City Hall — Erected 1853 - 1858
60Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Colombia — Korean War Memorial
61Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Confederate Rest — The Confederate Dead
62Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 13 — Creole Firehouse #1
63Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Crew of CSS H. L. Hunley Memorial
64Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Crown & Scepter of Isabel
65Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — CSS Alabama Memorial
66Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 14 — Dave Patton — (1879-1927)
67Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 32 — Dr. H. Roger Williams — (1869-1929)
68Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 16 — Dr. James A. Franklin — (1886-1972)
69Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 15 — Dr. Thomas N. Harris
70Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 17 — Dunbar/Central High School
71Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Emerson Institute
72Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 11 — Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd / Founding Members — Est. 1854 / May 28, 1854
73Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Ethiopia — Korean War Memorial
74Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 20 — Finley's Drug Stores
75Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — France — Korean War Memorial
76Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Gen. William C. Gorgas
77Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Government Street Presbyterian Church
78Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Grace Lutheran Church
79Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Greece — Korean War Memorial
80Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Grumman HU-16E Albatross
81Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — H.L. Hunley — Confederate States Torpedo Boat Submarine
82Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Hernando de Soto — C 1500-1542
83Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Home of Joe Cain — Alabama Bicentennial 1819-2019
84Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Home of Raphael Semmes
85Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Horace O. Davis
86Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — How Big was the Original Fort Condι?
87Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — In Memory of the Battle of Mobile Bay
88Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Isabel La Catolica — 1451-1504
89Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — It Takes a Village
90Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — James W. Roper
91Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Jewish Rest Magnolia Cemetery — Mobile County
92Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Joe Cain — October 10, 1832 - April 17, 1904
93Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — John Forbes & Co.
94Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — John L. LeFlore — 1903- 1976
95Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 24 — John L. LeFlore — Non-Partisan Voters League
96Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — 25 — Johnson and Allen Mortuary
97Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Joseph (Joe) N. Langan — 1912 - 2004
98Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Judge Virgil Pittman / Wiley L. Bolden, Sr.
99Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — L'Arbre de Pau
100Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile — Le Marquis de Lafayette visited Mobile

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Jan. 27, 2023