“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 Childersburg, Alabama

Clickable Map of Talladega 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> Talladega County, AL (29) Calhoun County, AL (138) Clay County, AL (17) Cleburne County, AL (2) Coosa County, AL (3) Shelby County, AL (48) St. Clair County, AL (26)  TalladegaCounty(29) Talladega County (29)  CalhounCounty(138) Calhoun County (138)  ClayCounty(17) Clay County (17)  CleburneCounty(2) Cleburne County (2)  CoosaCounty(3) Coosa County (3)  ShelbyCounty(48) Shelby County (48)  St.ClairCounty(26) St. Clair County (26)
Talladega is the county seat for Talladega County
Childersburg is in Talladega County
      Talladega County (29)  
      Calhoun County (138)  
      Clay County (17)  
      Cleburne County (2)  
      Coosa County (3)  
      Shelby County (48)  
      St. Clair County (26)  
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1 Alabama, Talladega County, Childersburg — Coosa
Important Indian town for over 250 years and capital of Coosa province. Visited by DeSoto in 1540, and later by Spanish, French, British colonial explorers and traders. Early writers tell of abundant food crops, wild and cultivated, . . . Map (db m57994) HM
2 Alabama, Talladega County, Childersburg — De Soto's Visit
. . . Map (db m44230) HM
3 Alabama, Talladega County, Childersburg — DeSoto Caverns
Named for the famous Spanish explorer who traveled through this area in 1540. Over its rich history it offered shelter for native Indians for centuries (a 2,000-year-old Woodland Period burial was excavated by archeologists in the mid-1960s), . . . Map (db m45034) HM
4 Alabama, Talladega County, Childersburg — History Of Childersburg
Childersburg traces its heritage to the Coosa Indian village located in the area. DeSoto, accompanied by 600 men, began his march across North America in June 1539. Traveling from Tampa Bay, Florida, northward through what became the Southeastern . . . Map (db m45137) HM
5 Alabama, Talladega County, Childersburg — The De Soto Trail / Chief Coosa And His Dominion — Alabama De Soto Trail —
1492 - Columbus visits Caribbean islands 1519 - Pineda visits Mobile area 1528 - Narváez reaches Mobile area 1540 - De Soto explores Alabama 1559 - De Luna retraces De Soto’s route in Alabama 1702 - French establish first permanent colony . . . Map (db m45496) HM
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Apr. 24, 2024