“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 Collinsville, Alabama

Clickable Map of DeKalb 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> DeKalb County, AL (27) Cherokee County, AL (44) Etowah County, AL (37) Jackson County, AL (38) Marshall County, AL (34) Chattooga County, GA (10) Dade County, GA (14) Walker County, GA (371)  DeKalbCounty(27) DeKalb County (27)  CherokeeCounty(44) Cherokee County (44)  EtowahCounty(37) Etowah County (37)  JacksonCounty(38) Jackson County (38)  MarshallCounty(34) Marshall County (34)  ChattoogaCountyGeorgia(10) Chattooga County (10)  DadeCounty(14) Dade County (14)  WalkerCounty(371) Walker County (371)
Fort Payne is the county seat for DeKalb County
Collinsville is in DeKalb County
      DeKalb County (27)  
      Cherokee County (44)  
      Etowah County (37)  
      Jackson County (38)  
      Marshall County (34)  
      Chattooga County, Georgia (10)  
      Dade County, Georgia (14)  
      Walker County, Georgia (371)  
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1Alabama (DeKalb County), Collinsville — Collinsville Historic District
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in February 2006, the district includes 117 commercial and residential properties dating from around 1875 to 1950. The district lies along and adjacent to Grand Avenue, South Valley Avenue and Main . . . Map (db m62367) HM
2Alabama (DeKalb County), Collinsville — Fires and Floods
Collinsville burned twice. On December 24, 1884, the Collinsville Depot, Hall-Mackey Store and other businesses were destroyed. Flames again swept the town on February 2, 1900, damaging and destroying businesses and homes including: B.A. Nowlin . . . Map (db m62377) HM
3Alabama (DeKalb County), Collinsville — Indian Mound, Inn, and Church Site
Cherokee Indians first inhabited this mound site, subsequently settled by A.H. Lamar, a captain in the Seminole War and first constable (1836) of DeKalb County. Lamar and his Cherokee wife operated trading post and stage coach stop on site, selling . . . Map (db m62366) HM
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Dec. 4, 2022