“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Daleville, Mississippi

Clickable Map of Lauderdale County, Mississippi and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Lauderdale County, MS (74) Clarke County, MS (4) Jasper County, MS (3) Kemper County, MS (7) Neshoba County, MS (19) Newton County, MS (11) Choctaw County, AL (6) Sumter County, AL (14)  LauderdaleCounty(74) Lauderdale County (74)  ClarkeCounty(4) Clarke County (4)  JasperCounty(3) Jasper County (3)  KemperCounty(7) Kemper County (7)  NeshobaCounty(19) Neshoba County (19)  NewtonCounty(11) Newton County (11)  ChoctawCountyAlabama(6) Choctaw County (6)  SumterCounty(14) Sumter County (14)
Meridian is the county seat for Lauderdale County
Daleville is in Lauderdale County
      Lauderdale County (74)  
      Clarke County (4)  
      Jasper County (3)  
      Kemper County (7)  
      Neshoba County (19)  
      Newton County (11)  
      Choctaw County, Alabama (6)  
      Sumter County, Alabama (14)  
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1 Mississippi, Lauderdale County, Daleville — Cooper Institute
Founded here in 1865 by Rev. J.L. Cooper as Spring Hill Male & Female Institute. Renamed Cooper Institute 1873. Among first coeducational schools in Miss. Rev. Cooper elected Miss. Hall of Fame.Map (db m179046) HM
2 Mississippi, Lauderdale County, Daleville — Gen. Sam Dale
Pioneer soldier & scout. Hero, War of 1812. Rode from Georgia to Battle of New Orleans, with news for Andrew Jackson. Died 1841. Buried at Old Daleville. Remains moved here in 1965.Map (db m179047) HM
3 Mississippi, Lauderdale County, Daleville — Gen. Sam Dale Monument
(rear) “There isn’t a man this side of hell who can stop Sam Dale. Sam, you have been true to your country.” Andrew Jackson (right) “My trust has been in God, and the greater the peril, the firmer my faith.” General Samuel . . . Map (db m179048) WM
4 Mississippi, Lauderdale County, Daleville — Old Daleville
Now Lizelia. Named for Sam Dale, famous scout & hero of “Canoe Fight”, War of 1812. Guided Choctaws to Oklahoma. Died here, 1841. Grave is 2 mi. west in Old Cochrane Cemetery.Map (db m179049) HM
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Feb. 29, 2024