“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Camp Hill, Alabama

Clickable Map of Tallapoosa County, Alabama and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Tallapoosa County, AL (48) Chambers County, AL (22) Clay County, AL (17) Coosa County, AL (3) Elmore County, AL (43) Lee County, AL (73) Macon County, AL (89) Randolph County, AL (9)  TallapoosaCounty(48) Tallapoosa County (48)  ChambersCounty(22) Chambers County (22)  ClayCounty(17) Clay County (17)  CoosaCounty(3) Coosa County (3)  ElmoreCounty(43) Elmore County (43)  LeeCounty(73) Lee County (73)  MaconCounty(89) Macon County (89)  RandolphCounty(9) Randolph County (9)
Dadeville is the county seat for Tallapoosa County
Camp Hill is in Tallapoosa County
      Tallapoosa County (48)  
      Chambers County (22)  
      Clay County (17)  
      Coosa County (3)  
      Elmore County (43)  
      Lee County (73)  
      Macon County (89)  
      Randolph County (9)  
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1Alabama (Tallapoosa County), Camp Hill — Edward Bell High School / Alma Mater
(side 1) Edward Bell High School On this site Tallapoosa County Training School, later named Edward Bell High School, became the first high school for African Americans in Tallapoosa County, Alabama in 1931, with graduation of its . . . Map (db m92505) HM
2Alabama (Tallapoosa County), Camp Hill — First Universalist Church of Camp Hill
The First Universalist Church of Camp Hill was the largest Universalist church in the southeastern United States in the first half of the 20th century. With roots in the European Enlightenment, Universalism was transplanted to the American . . . Map (db m92504) HM
3Alabama (Tallapoosa County), Camp Hill — Lyman Ward Military Academy
Lyman Ward Military Academy was founded in 1898 as the Southern Industrial Institute by Dr. Lyman Ward, a Universalist minister from New York. Dr. Ward established SII to educate the poor children of Alabama, many of whom had few opportunities due . . . Map (db m25501) HM
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Nov. 27, 2022